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  • D. shared from Mass Effect: Revelation by Drew Karpyshyn
    “Just how strong is this stuff?” he asked the bartender. Maawda shrugged. “Depends on how much you drink. I can leave the bottle if you wish to crawl out of here.”
  • D. shared from Mass Effect: Revelation by Drew Karpyshyn
    The other option was to transmit data via the extranet, a series of buoys placed across the galaxy that were specifically designed to enable real-time communication between systems. Information could be sent by a conventional radio signal to the nearest array of communication buoys. The buoys were telemetrically aligned with a similar array hundreds or even thousands of light-years away, connected by the tight beam projection of a mass effect field; the space-age equivalent of the fiber-optic cables used on Earth in the late twentieth century. Within this narrow corridor, signals could be projected...
  • D. shared from Mass Effect: Revelation by Drew Karpyshyn
    Though he’d seen it many times before, Anderson still marveled at its sheer size. The middle ring was ten kilometers in diameter; each arm was twenty-five kilometers long and five kilometers in breadth. In the twenty-seven hundred years since the Council was established on the Citadel, great cosmopolitan metropolises known as the wards had been constructed along each arm, entire cities built into the station’s multilevel interior. Forty million people from every species and sector across the known galaxy now made their homes there.
  • D. shared from Mass Effect: Revelation by Drew Karpyshyn
    Alliance still used the familiar twenty-four-hour clock based on Terran Coordinated Universal Time, the protocol established in the late twentieth century to replace the archaic Greenwich Mean Time system. On
  • D. shared from Mass Effect: Revelation by Drew Karpyshyn
    “Freedom is worth fighting for.”