My Guiding Lightning Strike: A mass effect storyShe cursed loudly as she tripped into her small Citadel condo, bags flying into the space in every direction.More Like This
Ashley Williams prided herself in knowing that she could maintain her balance and grace, even in the direst circumstances. Today however was a different story. She would have never thought that such a menial task would result in her making very close contact with the floor. Hell, she could stay upright when 15 husks were trampling her. She supposed that the long trip back to the citadel from the wretched colony made her especially uncoordinated as well as the recent events that occurred there.
Williams regained her composure and made her way to her bedroom, and kicked off her boots and jacket, eager to get into the plush bed . Once inside the warm covers, she closed her eyes in an attempt to quiet the guilt and hurt that plagued her mind.
Inevitably, her thoughts drifted to that disastrous day. She had hear
The Long Day Wanes"Doc, he hasn't moved at all," James observed, mild concern rising in his voice.More Like This
Liara glanced at the commander sitting anxiously at Ashley's bedside, shoulders haunched and tense, body grimly stiff. "Of coursee he hasn't," she said resignedly, sighing a little. "He's determined not to move until she does, I'm afraid."
James raised his eyebrows, surprised. "They that close?"
Liara allowed a small smile to cross her features. "What, you couldn't tell on Mars?"
"Hell, was the arguing s'posed to give it away?" He sounded skeptical.
The asari shook her head with a chuckle. "They're always bickering about something, big or small. Doesn't matter what it's about. I remember once they had a massive fight simply over who was going to drive the Mako, back when we were chasing Saren.
James grinned, amusement lighting his dark eyes. "Nah, you serious? Sounds like a story, I gotta hear this."
"Williams, suit up," Shepard tossed the gunnery-chief her pink and