So not to beat a dead horse that's already been beat to dust by now ( I contributed a few blows myself lol) but I feel that the Leviathan DLC is further proof of the Indoc Theory and that there is more to come ending wise later on down the road. The revelations at the end of the DLC and the mentions of indoctrination and Shepards increased exposure, to Reapers artifacts, indoctrinated humans, and even the first Reapers themselves, is overwhelming in this DLC. Either Bioware is just rubbing the Indoc Theory in the noses of those who came up with it, or they simply have more up their sleeves than we currently know. Also we know a Take Back Omega DLC is coming eventually which makes me think, are all the single player DLC's gonna give us more information/weapons/allies to battle the Reapers? Something important to Cerberus, who are so indoctrinated in ME3 to the point where they may as well be Reapers themselves, has to have been on Omega for them to seize it and I am assuming make it their new base of operations.A Reaper artifact maybe? A weapon/device that would allow the Illusive Man to control them/Shepard destroy them depending on who decided to use it? Seems to me like all the single player DLC may add options for a final DLC where we can choose from the different options how we would like to go about defeating the Reapers and there would be a different outcome/ending for each one and depending on the choices made across all 3 Mass Effect games and your EMS, you could have at least one where you can come out unscathed and still save the day.Another observation is during all the ending controversy why were the devs saying on Twitter, hold onto your saves, meaning end games saves after the terrible ending, not the one right before the Illusive Man's base, if there wasn't some sort of post game DLC coming. Also I watched the extended cut on youtube for the destroy ending and wouldn't you know the scene with Shepard taking a breathe in the rubble is still there. That alone leaves the possibility of indoctrination. There is no way he survived a fall to Earth from the Citadel, burning up in the atmosphere, then rubble landing on top of him. He's only human for crying out loud.Anyway, what are everyone's thoughts on Leviathan? Is there a point for single player DLC at this point based on how the original endings went? Even game journalists are caling for DLC to completely change the endings now as they are saying Leviathan is pointless without a new ending because the new war assets, etc. make no difference when you factor in that everything ends the same regardless.