Mass Effect Liara's Story Ch9Mass Effect Liara's Story Ch9 by tnkcomandr
MASS EFFECT LIARA'S STORY CH 9
LOTSB PART 2
ILLIUM: Shepard landed the speeder on the closest pad they could find. Almost immediately flatbed trucks filled with mercs started landing and engaging them. Shepard devised an excellent stratagem to fight them though and it made everything so much easier. Liara would hit the back of the truck with a singularity which held the mercs in place. Anaya and Kasumi would take care of the specialists and then they would kill the other ones still caught in Liara's singularity.
Shepard had them fighting like a team that had worked together for months already. The mercs didn't stand a chance.
They quickly maneuvered into a nearby suite where they found a couple cowering in a bed room. Images of Asari dancers played across the huge monitor in the wall.
"What kind of place is this?" Shepard asked.
"Azure," Liara replied a bit embarrassed, "is a resort with an erotic edge. Azure is slang for part of the Asari body in some parts of Illium."
DownpourDownpour by WoolyJo
Bleak, Uncertain, Beautiful
The way they're reacting the rain must've taken the colony by surprise. Looking up and stretching out arms pointing like antenna they exclaim as the clouds swollen and black wash over from the oceans and the first drops fall and the city shouts beneath mirrored skin built tall above the waves with white-steel and plate-glass glistening and disappearing the way our gods are all knowing. Nothing did light up the valley's mirrored edges after the downpour began. No sense of mystery or wonder beat back the gathering clouds; no mystery or wonder to help you through the rain. Its towers with mirrored edges and idealised angles so sharp and bright and grand in the high morning's sun left dull and solid in the storm's haze like it has somehow failed and now jutted almost unexpected around the wide-birth of cleared empty roads; a collected river running a dark serpentine through the valley out of melted peaks that never returned to the sea forever apart from the shor
Mouthing an AnswerMouthing an Answer by WoolyJo
She slowly rose and walked with laboured steps to the window, bracing herself lightly against the glass, trepidation in the act like it was a reflection upon a body of water, fearing she might fall into the scene. The Citadel's Wards became unbearably rough and jagged in the explosion of intense light. The towers and structures seemed to topple in on themselves as the skyline become a surreal image of contrast; looking beautiful whilst on fire. The horrendous glow turned the Citadel into some warped prophecy; just twisted metal stretching into the stars, becoming lost in this orange haze.
Liara pressed herself against the glass, her palms resting either side of her head as she gazed out, her body languid in bafflement. She heard a voice; the words reverberating around her welling-up inside some horrendous machine. She knew she was alone, and to look back she'd only question why she replied.
Again the voice sung, but she couldn't make out anything spoken. Keeping her eyes on the light a