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Mass Effect: Reclaimer Chapter 13Mass Effect: ReclaimerMass Effect: Reclaimer Chapter 13 by ThatFnNinja
Chapter 13: Unlucky 13
Discliamer: This Fan-Fiction combines the storylines established by Bioware's Mass Effect trilogy and Bungie/343 Industries' Halo trilogy. Neither series are truly connected to eachother. Characters from the two series belong to their registered company.
The Illusive Man reclined back into his chair, admiring the glorious aura of the star outside. Though Cronus Station was several Astronomical Units away from the Goliath-sized nova, The Illusive Man felt like it was right outside the window at arm’s length.
However, a star burning as intensely as this one would disintegrate him in a fraction of a second were he to actually reach out to it. The nova was caught in a chaotic war between the gases that fueled its glow. One day, The Illusive Man would wake up to the old sun blazing sapphire blue with a heavenly aura, and the next, it may be a bloody, hellish red.
The Illusive Man found
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The doors to the Invisible's communications room slid open with a mechanical hiss. Stepping inside, Shepard glanced around the dimly lit space. The long conference table where his daughter's team had met the day before glinted faintly in the pale glow of the single light that remained even when the others were switched off. Small motes of dim brilliance twinkled from the room's end, a glow cast by the comms array nestled in far alcove.
Crossing the room, Shepard ran a hand over a control panel that sat before a holographic emitter, the smooth metal icy to the touch. His own soft breathing seemed to echo around him, the sound rising over the still hum of the ship's engined.
It was late into the ship's day-night cycle, all but the few crew on the night-shift having having long since fallen asleep. Try as he might though, sleep had eluded him, the memories of the day's events still running through his mind in a frantic dance, each raising more unanswered questions than
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