"Know what I hate about deep space? Crap radio stations from two centuries back. Gosh, we were idiots."
"who’s ass do I need to kick now " -G.V ME3
Really? Where did you hear about that? I don’t recall mentioning it, but yes it’s true and I don’t mind sharing. I didn’t really go into it on Tumblr, so better late then never, right? Myself and Holly got married last year in September! We did it in our back yard with all of our friends. I dressed in a replica 10th Doctor suite and Holly is a really cool silver spacey dress.
Also our cake was the Normandy..
We asked for the inside to be red velvet so it would look like the ship is burning when cut in half.
Aw I love this
- Shepard dies in the Reaper War
- The Council lives
- They try their hardest to cover up Shepard’s achievements
- They even go so far as to deny Shepard a memorial on the Citadel
- Normandy Crew fights tooth and nail to overturn the decision
- To keep them quiet, the Council gives Shepard a small memorial
- It’s not well cared for, and it gets vandalized, and no one cares
- Mass Effect 4 takes place hundreds of years later
- Protagonist finds the overgrown memorial
- There’s graves of all the Normandy crew all around Shepard’s
- Clicks on Shepard’s grave
- "Hmm. I wonder who Commander Shepard was."
- And there’s a rusty mech, mostly broken from disuse
- She sits on the bench beside Joker’s grave
- She says, repeating over and over and over like a broken record
- "I am right here, Jeff."
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[x]Opinions from a war vet on ME3
I know that Mass Effect 3 is hated and beyond for its bad endings, but my opinions were changed when my uncle who served in several wars played the trilogy himself. Despite the flaws of the storyline, my uncle honestly stated he felt ME3 still had emotional and realistic endings he liked. He told me from experience, wars do not always have happy endings where the good guy always wins with a wonderful life. War comes with sacrifice, and he feels like all four endings you can get in the game reflect that reality that even heroes have bittersweet legacies. And as a writer myself, I can agree too that sometimes a bittersweet and painful ending such as those have more of a gripping tale on the audience than that of a happy one. Don’t get me wrong; I want Shepard, Garrus, and the rest of the characters to come out happy, but after hearing my uncle, I can see these endings in a better way.