Spark of Hope

Challenge created by:  aznitrous-N7S

NOTE: This is Vanilla challenge,
the only allowed mods are:
Controller Mod, Crusader Fix Mod,
and any texture mods that don't change the game mechanics.

List of Squads that completed this challenge:
Squad1 (Platinum): Standgeblase & RedLightning-N7S
Squad2 (Gold+Platinum): TheNightSlasher & SenorZanahoria
Squad3 (Gold): CC-N7S & RedLightning-N7S

Squad4 (Gold): dglammers & RedLightning-N7S




For full list of general rules,
click the info icon above Activities.

Characters: 1x non-N7 Human Female,
 1x N7 Male

Weapons: Any (except Reegar Carbine and Cerberus Harrier)
Map: Firebase London
Enemy: Reapers
Difficulty: Gold or Platinum
Special Conditions: Missile usage is limited to Objective
and Extraction waves, as well as for sync-kill prevention
and revive facilitation.

She leaned back against a cold wall of what once used to be a store – a store in what once used to be one of the most beautiful cities of what once used to be her homeworld.
"I’ve always wanted to travel to London" she said, her voice trembling. "But I never expected it to be like this."
"Neither did I. It used to be a wonderful place." He was sitting right next to her, staring into the black sky of dust and smoke, lit by red flashes of fire and explosions. He has traveled the world through and through, and has seen the most breathtaking views out there.
The more it hurt to see it burning.
"It’s ironic how I, of all others, survived the airstrike," she said, staring into emptiness. "I’m the only one who had no real military training." "This war doesn’t check your military record," he replied quietly.
"I’m the only one who had, and my unit was decimated, too."
"Does it just mean that we’re the unlucky ones to get our deaths delayed?" Silence was her answer. After a long pause, he spoke again. "We both know that our time here is finite, one way or another. But instead of focusing on that, let’s be grateful for what we’ve got, and let’s cherish every single second. Let’s make it count. We won’t have any chances if we give up now. We might if we don’t."
"Yes, Sir."