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Retribution Abduction The story begins with the Illusive Man aboard his secret space station, orbiting a star that is near the end of its life.
In the transmission, Leng details how he located Paul Graysona former Cerberus Operative who betrayed them three years ago during the events of Mass Effect: Ascensionon the lawless Omega space station in the Terminus Systems. The Illusive Man is pleased by the news and tells Leng to capture Grayson alive, for he needs human subjects for his investigation into Reaper technology recovered from the Collector Base.
Grayson is currently working for Aria T'Loakthe so-called "pirate queen" of Omega. He, his fellow batarian gang member Sanakand an asari named Lisellewhom he is sleeping with, are at a warehouse completing a job given to them by Aria. The warehouse is owned by the Talons, an up-and-coming gang on Omega, and contains a large quantity of red sand, a powerful and incredibly addictive drug with the interesting side effect of granting humans minor biotic abilities, which the Talons have been selling without giving Aria her required cut.
They stash the red sand at Grayson's apartment, since they do not want to bring it into the Afterlife ClubT'Loak's command centre and the most popular nightclub on the station. Sanak and Liselle leave his apartment with Grayson staying behind momentarily, stating he will catch up to them soon.
He opens up a comm channel with Kahlee SandersThe crucible rewrite is currently at the Jon Grissom Academy directing the biotic research and education program known as the Ascension Projectand asks her how everything is going with his daughtercurrently travelling uncharted space with the quarian fleet.
She is glad to talk to him again but slightly put on edge from his sloppy appearance.
Grayson is also put on edge by the conversation, though it is revealed that he is always on edge after their calls. After their call ends, Grayson, a The crucible rewrite red sand addict, is sorely tempted to 'dust up' but manages to control the urge, reminding himself he is keeping clean for Gillian.
He leaves his apartment and heads over to Afterlife, where he meets up with Aria as she is scolding the Talons. She "negotiates" an increase in the required cut she would receive from their drug dealing. The Talons grudgingly accept her new terms and left.
The Talons are not the only problem Grayson has to deal with on Omega though, as Kai Leng has been watching him for days, and has planned out a kidnap attempt. Seeing Grayson leave Afterlife alone sets his plan into motion — he and five other Cerberus operatives begin their strike.
They manage to get into Grayson's apartment complex under the guise of going to Grayson's birthday party, even bringing presents along. Each of them brings a concealed tranquilliser gun, since killing Grayson was not part of the plan. However, unknown to them, Grayson had invited Liselle over to his apartment in order to 'replace one addiction with another': Leng, a fervent Cerberus xenophobe, enthusiastically finishes off Liselle with his knife by cutting her throat.
They haul Grayson out of his apartment, kill the guards outside the apartment complex, and depart Omega, leaving little evidence behind. The Experiment Kahlee soon receives a second message from Grayson marked as urgent.
The message has a pre-recording of Grayson saying that if she's listening to this, that he must have been captured by Cerberus. The message contains an attachment, which had all of the information Grayson had on Cerberus.
Not knowing who she can trust with this data, or if her life was in danger from Cerberus, she turns to David Andersona former fellow soldier now turned political aide, for help. They decide they cannot go to the Alliance for help due to undercover Cerberus agents being among the Alliance's ranks.
The only viable option they come up with is to ask the turians for help, since Anderson had gotten to know the turian Ambassador Orinia through his recent political negotiations.
When Grayson wakes up, he is strapped hopelessly to an operating chair, with even his mouth bolted down to prevent him from speaking. The Illusive Man is standing near him, and explains what he is about to endure. He reveals that the Reaper technology involves self-replicating nanites and particle entanglement.
The nanites would multiply exponentially, quickly taking over his nervous system and eventually spread throughout his entire body. Cerberus injects tubes directly into his skull and release the nanites, prompting the Illusive Man to say that Grayson should no longer be considered human.
Grayson wakes up some time later in what resembles a jail cell, only to quickly feel hungry and thirsty from what could have been days of sleep. He rapidly drinks the water that had been placed in his cell, and then promptly ate the food that was also supplied to him.
Over time, Grayson starts to experience the beginning phases of the indoctrination, hearing subtle unintelligible whispers inside his head, and as they increase in intensity he wills himself to resist the effects.
This carries on for several days, until the Illusive Man is fed up with the lack of progress and injects him with concentrated red sand: As the results present themselves, with the Reapers gaining control even of his motor function, the Illusive Man tells his staff to put Grayson down in 3 days, as he may become too dangerous afterwards.
Rather ironically, merely hours later, a turian squad sent to take out the space station arrived. They, along with several other teams, were sent to take out all the listed facilities that Grayson had sent Kahlee in his final message.
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