Check Out Marauder Shields 42: ‘Without Remorse’

Once again, the excellent – and soon(ish) to be concluded! – Marauder Shields is back for another installment of the Mass Effect 3 ending that never was. Nearly a year since the recent unpleasantness started, the story is still going really strong. It’s enough to make me forget how much I loathed the way things turned out elsewise.

But enough about catalyst-induced psychic scars, go check out the latest Marauder Shields, ‘Without Remorse’, which features Miranda coming face-to-holographic-face with her former boss, the Illusive Man. Needless to say, cliffhanger ending ensues.

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6 Comments on Check Out Marauder Shields 42: ‘Without Remorse’


On February 13, 2013 at 10:43 pm

Oh, no please not another. This site is a true farce.


On February 14, 2013 at 3:00 am

Hellblazer@ Your one of the few who don’t like it. Out numbered 1000/1. Most consider this to be what ME3 should have been. All except for fantoys who b.itch about anything contrary to their beloved. Get over it. Save us the headache of listening to you (reading your god awfull thoughts to be exact).


On February 14, 2013 at 8:30 am

Yes! Yes! Yes! A great episode…

I’m kind of scared how easily the journal entry at the end changed my opinion on Cerberus… They’re still evil but I can’t help to see them as more reasonable than just bat crazy now.


On February 14, 2013 at 10:38 am

The journal entry does a nice job explaining the shift in Cerberus from ME2 to ME3, when they just went really bad. I’m hoping the object is to bring them back to their ME2 ideals.


On February 15, 2013 at 1:53 am

I’m pretty sure Hellblazer and Wesker1984 are the same moron. Posting comments on articles they KNOW they’re not going to agree with because they run counter to their childish BioWare fanboy mentality, criticising the website while visiting it every day looking for reasons NOT to visit. Pathetic little idiots.


On February 26, 2013 at 3:18 am

@Fart Exactly. They’re not Mass Effect fans, they’re BioWare fanboys. They don’t care if ME is sullied with plot holes or bad writing, they just go by ‘If BioWare wrote it, it’s gospel and must not be questioned’. There’s the difference.