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Mass Effect Generations

By Dennis Joz

Drama / Scifi


Anima Shepard daughter of the now Admiral Shepard and Doctor Liara T’Soni is seen standing on a ship she is looking out a window into space earth can be seen in the distance as the ship speeds away. 

Anima: (Talking to an audio journal) Nearly 21 and this is the first time I have ever been in space, I think mom and dad lost their interest in space travel after they saved the galaxy twenty years ago. It took only three years to repair the entire relay system but if dad hadn’t linked the Milky Way to Williams Centauri many of the races would have starved waiting that long. Even with a large amount of political pressure the Council refused to start the three relays in the Solus System, until now that is. After nearly a year of training I was assigned to the SSV Bastogne the Alliance’s newest frigate, although I think my father wanted me to stay on Earth but I called in a few favors. The Bastogne is amazing and so is the crew human mostly but some Asari, and the ship’s Captain is a Turian. The first Turian to ever command an Alliance ship part of a human and Turian exchange program I think. Captain Prozel Cemer is a tough but fair Captain and runs the ship well, though I get the feeling he would rather be on a Turian ship. Being assigned as the weapon specialist gives me ample time to explore the ship and talk with all the crew. Well journal we are about to leave the Sol System for the Pangaea Expanse then on to the Solus System so I better get to my station. Anima walks over and turns the audio journal off as she walks out of the living quarters the scene cuts to the Bastogne flying to the Sol relay being enveloped by blue electricity and pushed out of sight as the scene fades to black.

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