Mass Effect Explained with Cute Schoolgirls

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As far as space operas go, Mass Effect's storyline isn't *that* hard to follow. But if you are a latecomer to the series, you might need a primer. So what better way than with Asari schoolgirls wearing sailor uniforms?

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Japan's Dengeki Online is serializing the manga, which is titled "Teach me! Professor Mordin!". Drawn by manga artist Michi Michiru, the manga is set in a school and is designed to introduce the characters, their races, and provide background. Here, schoolgirl Liara swoons over the gym teacher, Shepherd, while Mordin claims out of a manhole, offering ignorant schoolgirls "supplementary lessons".

While this sounds nothing like the Mass Effect I've played, it does sound awesome. Mass Effect high school dating sim, anyone?

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さあ席に着きたまえ、今から『Mass Effect』をカンタンに学べるコミックの連載を開始するっ! [DengekiOnline Thanks, Ethan!]

Illustration for article titled emMass Effect/em Explained with Cute Schoolgirls
Illustration for article titled emMass Effect/em Explained with Cute Schoolgirls
Illustration for article titled emMass Effect/em Explained with Cute Schoolgirls

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PvtJackass
Pvt. Jackass

To the people talking about ME porn...

A bunch of western artists and writers have already done it...