I’ve never played the DLC with her, but Aria is absolutely hilarious. She’s so damn melodramatic; pausing mid-sentence to circle the room, spinning in place to spreading her arms out for no discernible reason, putting Shatner-level emphasis on seemingly random words, her near-satirical Confident Badass dialogue in general… it’s all amazing and I love her for it.
Wrex let out a roar as he tore towards you, knocking aside rachni as if they were no more harmful than a pyjak. He was like a freight train as he ripped through the Reaper forces. He was unstoppable. He put himself between you and the enemy, firing his shotgun with a fierce determination. The two of you were back to back as you fought to defend Tuchanka.
You let out a shout as a husk latched onto you, shoving back against it as it flailed and swung at you. Wrex was on it in an instant, ripping the creature off of you and tossing it aside before obliterating it with a shotgun blast.
“Thanks,” you gasped out, taking cover momentarily to apply medi-gel to a nasty scrape on your neck. “I owe you one.”
Wrex let out a grunt of approval, shooting you a grin. “You’re not dying on my watch.”
in me3 shep is able to have a conversation with their mom in the citadel dlc. Shep sounds so casual considering they didn’t know where she was or if she was even still alive. This bugs me so much considering how they sounded so worried when talking to garrus in the beginning of the game.
That’s me as a renegade Commander Shepard with my loving companion as Jack from Mass Effect 3! So exited to show these! Ottawa Comic Con was this weekend and after countless hours of work, we made it in time. Both costumes and props were homemade from scratch, so we’re really proud!
Don’t hesitate to ask me anything about these costumes, I’ll be glad to answer!