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Far away from Earth, on Gagarin Station—or “Brain Camp,” as its students call it—a young Kaidan Alenko undergoes his biotic training. During an exceptionally grueling lesson, Kaidan steps in to defend the lovely Rahna from the brutal Commander Vyrnnu—but his rash actions have tragic consequences!

Written by Mac Walters, lead writer of Mass Effect 2 and 3!

A canonical entry in the Mass Effect series!

Ties in to the Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC pack!



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After the first issue of this series, I had high hopes. I never cared for Omar Francia's art, but the end's twist kept me interested. The 2nd issue was okay, but it seemed like it focused too much on Wrex rather than the main character. The third issue insisted on telling a story of Ashley's that didn't need to be told, while telling us nothing new about the series' lead.Enter issue #4. It now seems like the series' main character is simply going to be used as a framing device to tell origin st...

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