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Tag Archives: My Commander Shepard
Teerah remembers her parents. This is not what people expect at first. She is a slumrat, one of the dregs. They crawl up from nothing and come to nothing, which is what everyone says and everyone knows. But she … Continue reading
by guest contributor Kateri, originally posted at her blog, Falling Awkwardly. Contains spoilers for Mass Effect 1. *** Scene: The cargo bay of the SS Normandy. Hey. Oh, hey. You new around here? Yeah, I signed on at Noveria. … Continue reading
My Commander is Maleena Shepard. A soldier by occupation but she only joined Alliance forces after being rescued by an Alliance officer that had been patrolling Mindoir. As a teenager she helplessly watched as her family and friends were either … Continue reading