This is ridiculous. Alliance is the only military organization humans have. Who else can battle against the Reapers from the human side?! Land Raider 22:17, November 7, 2011 (UTC)
Going rogue is a better solution...for a renegade XD
"Going rogue" is a stupid dream of any pseudo-RPG-gamer. By that, I mean a person who thinks that the main RPG element is an ability to drop the main quest and wander off... that's Bethesda for you :) "Going rogue" in the ME universe at its current stage makes no sense whatsoever. Exactly what will you achieve by that? Renegade is ruthless and cruel, not stupid and inefficient. I'd like to see how much damage Normandy alone can deal to the Reaper fleet before it gets taken out, lol. Land Raider 22:50, November 7, 2011 (UTC)
I gave you the wrong idea -_- I meant taking a lone wolf approach. Finding a way to taking out the reapers on your own. (Forget it!)
^ Umm.. HELLO, this is what I've been talking about! You can NOT "take out the Reapers on your own". They aren't a bunch of Blue Suns, you know. Land Raider 05:13, November 8, 2011 (UTC)
^ Not to mention that the civilisations of the galaxy will be less inclined to take Shepard seriously if s/he's just a random person with a starship, as opposed to an Alliance Navy Commander and Council Spectre. Just sayin'... 22.214.171.124 07:08, November 8, 2011 (UTC)
Going Galt? In MY Mass Effect 3? It's more unlikely than you think. TiberiusYakushev 08:46, November 8, 2011 (UTC)
Shepard may be pardoned for the deaths of those batarians when the Reapers finally arrive.
Anderson hands over command of the Normandy and reinstates their rank of Commander when Shepard departs Earth following the Reaper's advance guard attack.