Don't Tap the Glass - Chapter 1Lalna stood confused in the middle of the large open room that greeted him when he came into the Labs. He had received a call for help from Xephos and given clearance to come into the labs. Xephos hadn't told him what had happened, but just to come to the labs immediately. Lalna didn't remember working here, but after the Voltzia incident he was informed he had. Xephos told him his memories had been altered. At first he had been upset, but once he figured out what went on within the hidden laboratories he was glad he didn't remember. He'd get flashes, but not enough to remember about what he had done - or what they had done to him - while he worked there.More Like This
The blood spatters on the walls told him something was very, very wrong.
Lalna noticed a figure coming up from one of the hallways. He stepped forward and called out, "Xephos? Is that you?"
The man froze, and looked to Lalna with icy green eyes making the scientist jump back in surprise.
Behind the Walls part 1Escaping had been the easy part. There was so much chaos after the outbreak that nobody noticed him walking out. Those two fools were so busy trying to rebuild their precious labs. He had simply walked out the front door... after a quick pit stop by the weapons and development division. He had everything he needed to progress with the plan he had been preparing since the minute he stepped out of the cloning vat.More Like This
He opened the door and stepped out into the sunlight, flinching at how bright it was. It was his first time ever seeing the sun.
He took a deep breath, and the wind blew across the field. The air was so different out here. It even tasted different. Not stale like the stagnant air of the glass cube that had held him since he first came into existence.
Glancing over his shoulder one last time, he stepped out of the shadow of the mountain and into the light for the first time in his life.
An evil lopsided grin crept across his scarred face. In one smooth movement, he strapped the
Flux and Straw part 1PrologueMore Like This
It had been just another normal day in the lab.
Lalna was teaching Nano how to make interdiction torches, because they'd been having a bit of trouble with Endermen lately.
They were halfway through the crafting recipe when an alarm went off.
Lalna jumped and ran to his computer. He frantically started typing.
“What's wrong?” asked Nano, coming up behind Lalna and looking over his shoulder at the computer.
“I'm not sure, but whatever it is, it's bad,” said Lalna. Suddenly, a picture appeared on the screen. It looked to be footage from a security camera. They recognized the building as the Jaffa factory.
Sitting on the floor was a small figure, nearly out of frame. There was blood splattered all over the floor.
“Okay, I'll be right back,” said Lalna, running out the door. “Nano, stay here and use the TNT canon on anyone who looks evil.”
Running outside, Lalna activated his jet boots and shot towards the factory. As he flew,
Lalnable Hecter snippitsHe sneered at the cameras observing him. Who actually appreciated being watched 24/7? Lalnable paced around his room, his glass prison, looking for something to do. Everything in his room was bolted down, even the potted plant! He was beginning to think that they didn't trust him.More Like This
The blond took off his gloves and tossed them onto the table. They hadn't even bothered to change his clothes from the last time he escaped. They still hadn't figured out how he had escaped, and he wasn't about to tell them.
He sat down on his bed, looking at his own exposed skin for a moment. Lalnable suddenly bit his own arm savagely, drawing blood. He paused for a moment, savoring the taste, before continuing with his plan.
Blood smears soon littered the glass facing the observation deck. There were pictures in crimson, equations and formulae in red, bloodied hand prints drying into a rust color, and Lalnable thought it looked lovely enough for Yoglabs's CEO to come and take a look.
Apperantly, Lalnable wa
Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut.Well, been a while since i did my little review of mass effect, mostly the end.More Like This
Been a while since the extended cut came out too. Unfortunately, it was not as good as i hoped, yet almost as bad as i feared.
-Squadmate teleporting doesn't happen.
-More scenes of other planets and stuff.
I'll just take you through it...
I started at the Cerberus base, Finished the Cerberus base, no differences so far. But man, i forgot how good stabbing Kai lame and Hackett's speech and stuff was(still a crappy boss fight though).
God dammit, they still didn't include all those extra fleets(specifically the geth) or thanix cannons or anything! WHAT THE HELL?! Oh because that gives you an actual chance to beat the Reapers, we wouldn't want that! Those War Assets still feel like a huge waste of time, especially when some of them don't show up. That pirate fleet Aria has you get, the Batarians, The Elcor, The Geth(only if you choose peace, still), All the fighters fr