Battle MasterBattle MasterBattle Master3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Shepard stood lightly on the balls of her feet, feeling the shuttle buck slightly beneath her. She was so used to the way ships and shuttles behaved that she barely noticed the motion. She glanced at her team. Garrus met her gaze steadily and she gave him a slight smile. Javik was seated, looking half way between mediation and nausea. He wasn't as used to the shuttle's little rocks and rolls.
"Any updates?" Garrus asked.
The mission was sketchy at best. Still, strange reports from the planet could not be ignored. They were even supposed to get backup. Krogan commandos. She would never complain, having a deep connection with the brutish race thanks to her deep friendship (which bordered on a familial bond) with Urdnot Wrex, the leader of Tuchanka. Still, Shepard was not used to needing backup. She and her team made a name for themselves doing with three
Kind Spirit~Naomi Trevelyan thinks she finally has the evening to herself when Cole knocks on her door. He's recently become more human, but some things still baffle him. Like what it means to get sick. Can the emotionally guarded mage help the boy out without him revealing her deepest pain?Kind Spirit3 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Answer: Probably not.
Cole and Mage Trevelyan friendhship drabble. One shot.~
Naomi squinted as the words on the page swam before her eyes. Elvish was a tricky language, and, though Solas was teaching her to the best of his ability, sometimes she could swear that the letters moved around of their own accord. That was magical writing for you. The elves knew far more about magic than the circle had ever taught her, and what they had managed to write down was quite instructional. She rubbed the bridge of her pronounced nose between thumb and forefinger, then blinked and tried to focus again on her reading. Her room was dim, the sun having long since quit the sky, but she found that
Amalgamation - Chapter 1, SeparationAmalgamation - Chapter 1, Separation3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Game: Mass Effect 3, Dragon Age
Characters: Kaidan Alenko, Alistair, Female Shepard
Disclaimer: All characters are the property of Bioware.
You probably gave up on me finishing this story. Truth is...my husband and I had a baby! And that took up some time. I never forgot about this story, however, and after the extended cut and release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, I have to finish what I started. I'm sorry for not doing this sooner.
I have edited and added to existing chapters to clean up some lore issues, especially after the Mass Effect extended cut. I endeavor to post a chapter a week from here on out. I'm so excited to bring you once again on this journey with Commander Shepard. Please message me with your thoughts. I love to hear them.
Chapter One - Separation
"Come on, Shepard. Just take five minutes. A quick drink. Then I'll go."
I've heard this line before, I tho
Tomorrow and TomorrowTomorrow and TomorrowTomorrow and Tomorrow3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Shepard leaned back, looking up from her book to gaze at the stars which twinkled through the big windows before which she sat. The ship, her ship, was at rest. Normandy slumbered peacefully, humming gently to itself. Joker was at the party, as were the rest of her crew. There was a lot to celebrate. Even as she looked at the stars and listened to the ship's quiet melody, her mind kept going back. It had been one hell of a ride and she kept flashing back there. She reached for her glass of water and her hand shook so badly that she had to give up and put the glass back down or risk spilling all over herself.
There was a mechanical hissing sound as the door behind her slid open. She turned, a little surprised at who she saw. "Thane," she spoke as though he didn't know his own name and she was identifying him.
He ignored her brief awkwardness, striding a few steps into
After the Fall prt 1After the Fall prt 12 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
After the Fall
She was aware of being dragged. When she could force her eye to open she saw dim lights flashing across her vision. The smell of blood and smoke drowned her. She might have believed she was in hell, if she put any stock in those sorts of places. She was numb. Hadn't there been a lot of pain before? When was before? Numb...that wasn't good. Her mind was going foggy again, fading to blackness. The dragging stopped and someone was shouting. "Hey! Get away from her!"
When she woke again, she did feel pain. Until then she hadn't been aware that your fingernails and the ends of your hair could hurt, but she swore that hers did. She also swore aloud, in a faint, breathy voice. "Fuck."
She heard scuffling, then a face swam into her bleary vision. Large eyes, very deep brown, were all she could latch onto for a long moment before she realized that a salarian was hove