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Mass Effect: After Earth Chronicles

Mass Effect: After Earth Chronicles

The year is 2196.

After a costly victory against Reaper forces in the Sol system, the Citadel races struggle to rebuild. Earth bares the scars of the assault, and billions depend, more than ever, on the resources of the outer colonies. The other races fair little better. The fall of Thesia leads to a collapse of the Asari Republics. The surviving Matriachs now fight over the scraps. The salarians withdraw from galactic affairs leaving the job of protecting Citadel space  in the hands of the remnants of the turian and human fleets

In the Terminus Systems, former Alliance marine, Theodore “Theo” Thompson-Ramos leads a team of “security experts”  against  batarian  slaver attacks on human colonies.

And over the horizon the millennial enemy looms, hidden in the dark recesses of the galaxy.

The tides of war may turn, but this conflict is far from over.

Terminus Campaign

  1. The Dream
  2. Ambush
  3. Debriefing
  4. Investors
  5. Assassination
  6. Jurisdiction
  7. Questioning
  8. Capture
  9. Guests
  10. Employers
  11. Memories
  12. Plans
  13. Stand

Cerberus Campaign

  1. Accounting
  2. Absence
  3. Kursk
  4. Transit
  5. BFG
  6. Preservers
  7. Compromised
  8. Crossroads
  9. Awakening
  10. Footrace
  11. Bookmark
  12. Tomb
  13. Eva
  14. Intel
  15. Horizon
  16. Patriarch
  17. Avernus
  18. Cerberus
  19. Christmas
  20. Messages
  21. Extraction
  22. Flags
  23. Quisling
  24. Torfan
  25. Capitol
  26. Fire Mission
  27. Stryker

Skyllian Verge Campaign

  1. Family
  2. Thabisa
  3. Testimony
  4. Wedding
  5. Honeymoon
  6. Spectres
  7. Speakeasy
  8. Gehenna
  9. Watcher

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