Mass Effect 3 alternate ending Awakening part 14Mass Effect 3 alternate ending Awakening part 143 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Shepard jumped out of the way just in time to avoid another shot, which hit the floor behind her, leaving behind a man-size hole. She landed on her side on the floor, feeling the pain sweeping through her entire body. It was getting too intense, she couldn't take much more. Her hands and feet were heavy and aching more and more, and she couldn't move without feeling an excruciating pain in her back. Not to mention, the shots were getting more powerful, had that one hit her, she'd be gone already.
"This weapon is a Reaper design; as effective as a missile launcher, but no larger than an ordinary rifle, just another advantage that their technology has given us", Shepard heard the Illusive Man speak as she crouched behind cover. All around them the Reapers holograms were disappearing, vanishing as the Crucible removed their programs from existence.
"We're this close to defeating the Reapers, you can't ruin this now!" Shepard yelled while she reloaded her gun. Too bad the Reaper
Mass Effect 3 alternate ending Awakening part 13Mass Effect 3 alternate ending Awakening part 133 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
A/N: I suggest reading the description before getting into the story.
A flash of light, one brighter than anything else, surrounded Shepard.
Her body felt like being twisted and squashed as it travelled through thousands of kilometers of space in a few seconds. It wasn't at all like making the jump with a ship.
The light disappeared and the relay released its hold of Shepard. She couldn't find her balance in time, and fell down to the hard, cold surface in front of her. She groaned, but lifted herself immediately back up. This was no time for rest. As she rose up, Shepard looked around. She was definitely in the Citadel. She recognized the material used for the walls and the ceiling, stuff so strong it had been used to build both the Citadel and the mass relays. And despite being millions of years old, it still shined bright and clean.
Shepard looked around. She was in a long corridor of some kind, a place she definitely hadn't visited before. The walls were bare, but glowed with