Thrust into the Mass Effect Universe he must either find his place or find his way home as his presence brings new hope to Shepard and his campaign against the approaching Reaper armada.
After the fight with the MUTOs, Godzilla gets sent back through time and dimension to Arendelle, Norway only to wake up to be one of his worst enemies; human.
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John was born for war, and even in the wake of defeating the Didact, there will be no respite.
They are considered the species to have technology, making them godlike.
In fantasy, they will usually be the forerunners created by gods/God, mighty in deeds and magic.
In a galaxy far, far away, the rebellion against the tyrannical Empire is still in its infancy, and the crew of the ghost are about to face their biggest challenges yet. X-23 is sent to the world of Remnant where she will have to join Beacon and fight alongside a certain team of girls in their battle against the evil of the world.
Elsewhere in the universe, the fledgling UNSC has barely recovered from the Human-Covenant war, and after the disappearance of a prowler, they assemble a task force to investigate... After the end of the Great War Humanity thought they were done fighting. When a operation to find two UNSC distress signals is launched, a galaxy suddenly becomes entangled in a war they never wanted to fight, be in, or witness: the dramatic power play that was the Clone Wars.
Predecessors now leave behind nothing but tantalizing ruins and rare, sometimes incomprehensible artifacts and dangerous weapons. Perhaps they Ascended To A Higher Plane Of Existence, succumbed to decadence or were wiped out by a disaster or war, or maybe they just relocated where they haven't been found yet.
Whatever the reason, they set the stage for the modern world, left behind a few Mac Guffins and surprises for the heroes and villains to find, and then conveniently got out of the way.
At the height of their civilisation, Precursors might have created intelligent species or reworked entire worlds with a snap of a finger.
Any strange and persistent mystery in the story's 'verse is usually laid at their feet.
What they find is nothing short of shocking; a man returned from the dead by the will of the Force itself.