Parallel Realities Chapter 1Chapter 1: Trial of SacrificeParallel Realities Chapter 13 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Shepard walked in through the door way of the shelter; a crate over each shoulder. The room he entered had several lines of cots. The area was bustling with activity. Over two hundred Quarians stayed at the shelter at any given time. The shelter was built in 2167 when Mindoir became a prime location for Quarians to visit, or stay, while on their pilgrimage. Humans were new to the galactic stage allowing for open minds towards the Quarian race. Any human that showed mistrust, dislike or hatred of their race usually didn't like any other race.
Mindoir was also the center of many human systems, so Mindoir also acted as a relay to many other worlds. This also made it a prime location for Quarians to visit while traveling on their pilgrimage.
It was the largest Quarian shelter in the galaxy.
The deal wasn't one-sided though. The Quarians helped out around the colony. They traded and fixed broken equipment whether it's a communication relay or farming eq
Parallel Realities Chapter 10Chapter 10: Last of a KindParallel Realities Chapter 103 years ago in Profiles More Like This
In a mission that would involve Matriarch Benezia, Shepard brought the whole team with him. Matriarchs are some of the most powerful beings in the galaxy and Benezia had the loyalty of Asari Commadoes. If, nay when, they face her, Shepard wanted everyone he could have to fight.
The mission faced a little snag at first at the port with the Anoleis and his procedures. Shepard gave him full warning that delaying his investigation would have serious consequences. Anoleis played it off as a threat of physical violence which he threaten to bury Shepard under so much paperwork that he would never dig himself out.
Shepard did something worse. Through a small series of corporate espionage, Shepard got an undercover agent the evidence and witness she needed to put Anoleis behind bars for a long time. As Gianna hauled him out of his own office, Shepard said to him, "Should have given me that pass." A thought to haunt him as he spends years in white-collar prison.