Survivance of the decimated Earth population was a priority for the Planet Alliance at the Citadel but not an easy task considering the circumstances. Decisions had to be taken by the military brass, always looking for the common good. Decisions that not always benefit individuals. She was no more than an Alliance slave and it had begun to break her. A rotten but valuable apple in the N7 that they all had contributed to create. A collateral damage from the geth attack. A product of a war.
- Part 2 of Mass Effect products
Bookmarked by Horrea
11 Sep 2019
Fandoms: Mass Effect - All Media Types, Dragon Age - All Media Types, Mass Effect Trilogy, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age (Video Games), Mass Effect
02 Sep 2020
After her discharge from the Alliance, Commander Helen Trevelyan joined the Andromeda Initiative, wanting to leave her personal tragedies and a psycho ex-boyfriend behind her. She expected to sleep for 600 years, and wake up in a med bay. Instead, she crash-landed on a snow-covered mountain, ten-thousand years later. She is alone, confused, and dying from eezo radiation. And the only sign of civilization is an old church in the distance.
A Post-Modern Girl on Thedas fic.
Many, many thanks to my betas, Dreadlordcherrycake and Duinemerwen, who have advised me on all matters of lore, plausibility and verb tense. If it wasn't for them, this story would still be in cryo. Any mistakes are mine, not theirs.
I have a regular work schedule IRL, which means I don't have a regular update schedule on AO3. This story is visually supported.
I sometimes tumblr at https://unhealthynpcobsession.tumblr.com/
Bioware owns all/legal boilerplate/blah blah blah.
- Part 1 of The Half-Life of Element Zero
02 Dec 2019
August 9:42, Skyhold, a year after the Conclave explosion.
(MGiT is not the Inquisitor, doesn’t fight and doesn’t have magic.)
What could the Inquisition offer a modern woman whom they determined not to be a threat when she ended up in Thedas? Marriage of convenience to hide her identity and to protect her.
Who would agree to wed the stranger to keep her from harm? A dutiful former Templar, Captain Delrin Barris.
To the outside world, Delrin and Mira are regular newlyweds. Few know the truth. Mira struggles with being in Thedas while Delrin is uncertain how to help a woman who is formally his wife, especially as work calls him out of Skyhold.
Despite the world of difference, Mira and Delrin have more in common than not.
Follow two good hearted people as they find more in each other than they have ever anticipated.
UNDER REVISION! PLEASE DON'T READ NOW. I AM STILL WORKING ON IT. ON HIATUS UNTIL JANUARY 2021
- Part 1 of Delrin & Mira
Fandoms: Dragon Age: Inquisition, Dragon Age (Video Games), Dragon Age II, Dragon Age - All Media Types
13 Aug 2020
The Qun states that by embracing your purpose, your role, you will find peace. For Eluned Treherne, her purpose is drowning in blood and pain. All alone in a strange land, with power at her fingertips that she is wholly unprepared for, she struggles under the yoke placed upon her in her quest to survive. Do you embrace your purpose and find peace, or do you fight?
- Part 1 of Embrace Your Purpose
03 Aug 2019
Aurum Lavellan, First of the Clan Lavellan, Spy, Mage, and Hunter, has found herself in a situation far beyond her Clan's reckoning. There was so much for her to do, all at once, because of an explosion from nowhere, and while she has no loyalty to a Circle, to the Inquisition, or the Burned Woman, she...cannot bring herself let them -these people, this world - die. She is an Apostate by every meaning of the word, she has secrets that she holds tight to, and above all else, she wants to go home. She is more than their Inquisitor, more than their Herald, she is someone who loves and yearns and aches for things all her own.
But...ah, but it doesn't matter, you see? She has a world to save, a Breach to close, and so many other things to concern herself with that she does not quite have the time to bother with playing nice. Or playing fair. She wants to go home, wherever home may be, and no blond shemlen templar is going to distract her from that. Not at all.