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Generic facehugger


The "facehugger" form of xenomorphs in Alien movies and comics. These are the ones that implant "chestburster" embryos for reproduction.

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Urdnot Wrex


Wrex as he appears during the first two Mass Effect games. A mighty alien mercenary, telekineticist, leader and warrior.

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Doctor Liara T’Soni

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

This is strictly Liara as she appears in the *first* Mass Effect video game. Cute, dorky alien xenoarchaeologist with a lot of brainpower and psionic oomph.

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Staff Commander Mandala Shepard

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

Our main, sample version of Commander Shepard - the hero of the landmark Mass Effect video game. Huge series of profiles fleshing out and explaining lots and lots of things, with an in-universe, personal view of the events.

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Tali’Zorah nar Rayya

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

This is fan-favourite alien engineer girl geek Tali, as depicted in the first Mass Effect game. It's not easy being a Quarian, but she's one sharp lass. With a shotgun.

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Mariner

(Waterworld)

From the 1995 movie Waterworld. Neither the character nor the movie were successes, but there were interesting bits.

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Ellen Ripley


Ellen Ripley, the emblematic Alien heroine, through the first 3 movies of the film series. Survivor born, dogged fighter and wise leader.

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Tunesmith


A Pak Protector of the Ringworld, who appears in Larry Niven's Ringworld's Children novel. massive superhuman intelligence.

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EDI aka E.D.I. aka Ee-Dee

(Enhanced Defense Intelligence)

The sophisticated Artificial Intelligence that plays an increasingly important role as the events of Mass Effect 2 unfold. She also does cyberwarfare in space and that sexy, sexy voice.

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Calorie Queen

(Imaginary Elseworld version)

An imaginary version of the Legion of Super-Heroes' Calorie Queen. In this continuity, she's more powerful and a core Legionnaire.

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Vai

(Elseworld Legion)

A variant take on DC Comics' Shrinking Violet of the Legion of Super-Heroes, in a completely different future where things aren't too good and the Legion is a fully military unit.

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Grunt

(Mass Effect 2)

Engineered to be the ultimate Krogan warrior, Grunt is incredibly tough (though by Mass Effect II he's still very young).

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Titania

(League of Super-Assassins)

A super-strong enemy of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Part of a handy pack of super-killers.

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Garrus Vakarian

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

One of the main character in the Mass Effect video game series. This is the first profile in a chronological series. Garrus in a former cop and elite military sniper / scout / saboteur / commando.

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Saturn Girl

(Profile #1 - the Silver Age)

This is Legion of Super-Heroes frequent leader Saturn Girl during the Silver Age (and a bit earlier, technically).

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Zaeed Massani


One of Mass Effect's veteran badasses, with tremendous experience with catastrophically bad situation. Dreaded killer for hire, stable currencies only.

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Decuria


An original villain for DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes. Mutant Carggite, so that's nine super-ninja in one.

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Q

(Star Trek)

The near-omnipotent entity that appeared in a number of modern Star Trek episodes.

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