Month: December 2016

GUEST POST: I feel like I belong here: The Rise of Liara T’Soni

Our guest blogger: Danielle is a computer science student and writer. She’s a lifelong sci-fi fan who discovered Mass Effect in 2015 and hasn’t left the Citadel since. She writes fanfiction on Archive of Our Own and can be found on tumblr at her main blog @ceruleanphoenix7 or her gaming blog @bisexualliaratsoni.

This week Danielle talks to us about Liara T’Soni and her fascinating character development!

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GUEST POST: Sic Itur Ad Astra: Mass Effect and Mythology

Our guest blogger:  Ria is a 27 year-old graduate student in museum studies living in England. She writes about folklore and fairytales at and can be found on Tumblr @ridethecricket and Twitter @littleleotas.

This week she talks to us about Mass Effect and mythology.

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GUEST POST: bugs will write songs about you

Our guest blogger: Beej is a 27 year old applications specialist who loves sci-fi far too much and Mass Effect even more. You can find her on Tumblr here.

This week, Beej talks about her love for Wrex.

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Every Friday, we showcase an artist involved in the Mass Effect community. This is Artist Spotlight.


This time Deb interviewed M-Milligan, a Russian artist in love with traditional art.

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GUEST POST: The Totally Rad, Phat, Awesome Design of the Mass Effect Universe

Our guest blogger: Jena is a 24 year old Content Marketer by day, and an unrepentant Mass Effect fanatic by night. She likes to gush to random strangers about her Shepard, much like how parents always have photos of their babies on standby. You can find her on tumblr here.


This week,  she talks to us about the design of the Mass Effect Universe!

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Every Friday, we showcase an artist involved in the Mass Effect community. This is Artist Spotlight.


This time Marina (aka Dustie) interviewed Stormcall, an artist with a penchant for turians and showing hard-edged characters with a softer side.

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