The Catalyst (part 2)"The Crucible is collecting data stored within the Citadel. Data pertaining to the different races and their genetic codes." EDI's demeanor remained passive, as her pilot laughed wildly, firing on another Reaper. He stopped when she spoke.The Catalyst (part 2) by takisis
"Wait, how do you know that?"
"Jeff, have you forgotten what I am?"
"No... I haven't forgotten -who- you are, EDI..." smirking, he turned his attention back to the battle. "So this is what the Crucible was meant to do all along?"
"Precisely. The Citadel was home to nearly every race in allied space. It was the perfect catalyst for a weapon that depended on genetic information to work." EDI stopped working and turned to Joker. "Anyone that died inside the Citadel may have ultimately saved the rest of their race from extinction."
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"I thought I was supposed to be the hero," Shepard smiled as the turian joined them. "Look at you...!"
"You are the hero, Shep. I was merely buying you time... so you could, you know, do somethi
The Catalyst (part 1)Dr. Cole called out from her command console "Gavin! I think you should take a look at this, something isn't right... " her voice hinted of urgency, causing the doctor to move quickly. In his hurry, he stumbled over a small Rachni.The Catalyst (part 1) by takisis
"What is it?" He grunted, apologizing to the creature. "Now isn't the time for something to go wrong, Brynn..."
"Everything... it's all working, but... look!" The flustered ex-Cerberus scientist gestured at the large screen in the middle of her console. Numbers and lines buzzed across it horizontally, just slow enough to make out. "See?"
Dr. Gavin Archer stood still, staring at the monitor, unsure of what he was seeing. "Well, that can't be right, " he stated matter-of-factly, pressing buttons to change screens. All data viewed displayed the same results. "That's not... Something is off..." He pressed more buttons.
"It started once the connection was made after we managed to get the Citadel's arms open. On its own!" Dr. Cole was shouting now, near