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With the fact that the format of this series is to feature a different story each issue I would suggest an alternative layout to the one presently used to prevent clutter. Perhaps to list the characters by the issue they appear, rather than their allegiance? Garhdo (talk) 12:30, July 25, 2013 (UTC)

For consistency of the wiki, I would prefer to keep the allegiance separation. However we could have a split between the issues because they are all differents stories (espcially because ME: Foudation has its own article). If we do that, we should do the same for ME:Homeworlds which has the same problem. --DeldiRe 14:22, July 25, 2013 (UTC)
I wouldnt use all three headings for each issue, especially with only one or two characters per line. I think if we split by issue we should do the same for the Homeworlds page. Garhdo (talk) 19:42, July 25, 2013 (UTC)

Adversary not ally

I understood the comic story that main antagonist of DLC ME3:Citadel was using the Shadow Broker agent whole time. The double-cross in the end makes her an adversary pretending an ally. On page http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/Characters/Books Saren is an adversary because for Anderson the protagonist he was a manipulating enemy, they were on same side but he used him not just to deal with the batarians but also to ensure Anderson won't be the 1st human spectre. In the comic the situation isn't so different. That girl was using the agent to survive and killed her after gaining her trust, to me that looks like typical manipulation of a villain.78.8.131.1 21:03, July 25, 2013 (UTC)

It's not evident in the comic that Maya's intention from the start was to betray and kill Brooks. All we're shown in the comic is that Maya shot Brooks when Brooks refused to take her along, which on its face is a spur of the moment betrayal, not the culmination of a process of manipulation. Until that moment, Maya's role as Brooks' ally dominates her presence in the comic. If later issues of ME: Foundation or other ME media reveal that Maya did in fact premeditate Brooks' murder and had been willfully manipulating Brooks to that end, then we'd have grounds to consider her an antagonistic character. But for now it's speculation. -- Commdor (Talk) 21:18, July 25, 2013 (UTC)
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