Challenge created by: yvettee, FartManOMG-N7S (Crabs), RedLightning-N7S
NOTE: This is Vanilla challenge,
the only allowed mods are:
Crusader Fix Mod,
and any texture mods that don't change the game mechanics.
For full list of general rules,
click the info icon above Activities.
List of Squads that completed this challenge:
Squad1: Standgeblase, BadMojo-N7S, AlanH42, RedLightning-N7S
Squad2: Sonashii, Wasserpest88, Vastator, SenorZanahoria
Squad3: yvettee, RedLightning-N7S, AlanH-N7S, FartManOMG
Squad4: Ody-N7S, Dreadh0und-N7S, Jaidas, Draco25240-N7S
Squad5: CrisRodgz-N7S, heLLion-N7S, bearbutt-N7S, yveska1
Squad6: Jaidas-N7S, biegoo-N7S, Fyracor-N7S, RedLightning-N7S
on Wednesdays we wear pink!
Characters: 4x N7 Fury
Map: Firebase Jade (map exploits should be avoided)
Difficulty: Gold or Platinum
Missiles allowed only while objective is active.
Crusader, Venom, Acolyte, Reegar Carbine, Adas,
Cerberus Harrier are not allowed.
Armored Compartments are not allowed.
All characters must be colored in any pink color schemes.
3 missiles in total can be fired during extraction.
Team must get 3 Waves Survived medal.
Even in the brightest and toughest schools of the Mass Effect universe will clique-culture exist. Grissom Academy, for instance, is no different.
The prestigious institution saw the rise of the “Plastics”: four girls who ruled the school through their looks and their lies. But of course we shouldn’t discount their killer skills. Upon graduating, our four femme fatales put their untapped biotic prowess to good use with the N7 programme. ‘Evil’ takes a human form in these four “Furies”, who aren’t afraid to let loose explosions (both literally and socially) with every step they take. Today, our girls find themselves deployed in the salarian homeworld to personally victimise some Banshees.
Become one of the “Plastics” and show these Reapers who the real queen bees of the battlefield are.
Oh, don’t forget. On Wednesdays we wear pink!
(This challenge is based on ‘Mean Girls’, a movie written by Tina Fey and directed by Mark Waters).