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Everyone keeps forgetting that in the star trek universe ww3 happens in the early 21st century and all the world's largest cities were nuked and during ww3 we lost 650 million people. So it's possible that some races were wiped out or had to low population to countie and eventually died out. So it's not a race thing it happened because of a war and we did it to our selfs
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MrAnimeSK wrote:
There seriosuoly is not one girly girl in the game.


Yeah, it's like they think they're soldiers or something.
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MrAnimeSK wrote:
Hmm lets see, men having weird posture, weird body langauge, being flirty towards you as a male character. Females, not a single girl has long staraight hair, lots of short hair and coloured hair and lots of tough strong bad ass manly sort of femal characters.
There seriosuoly is not one girly girl in the game. Like no really pretty or cute femine sort of girls in the entire game.
I know not all girls like that are feminists or gay and it can be a stero type but that's how it is in the game.


Yeaaah, I think this is you actively looking for The Gay(tm) rather than it actually being there. ME:A had some notorious animation problems when it first came out and Biohair(tm) has always avoided longer styles for technical reasons. With ME especially though you're not going to find long, flowing locks on military personnel and professionals that need to wear helmets for a living.

As for more "girly" characters, did you never talk to Peebee or meet Vetra's sister?

I don't think that's how it is in the game so much as that's how it is in your head. I've never even heard of anyone complaining about "feminist haircuts" before. Let alone this weird thing you have with associating femininity seemingly exclusively with long hair.

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Posted 5/27/17 , edited 5/27/17

octorockandroll wrote:



Yeah, it's like they think they're soldiers or something.


I guess that you have not played the game then? LMAO at the suggestion that every female in the game is a soldier...


runec wrote:





As for more "girly" characters, did you never talk to Peebee or meet Vetra's sister?





Pee bee is somewhat girly i guess. Shes horney and flirty. I have yet to meet Vetra's sister.
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Posted 5/27/17

MrAnimeSK wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:



Yeah, it's like they think they're soldiers or something.


I guess that you have not played the game then? LMAO at the suggestion that every female in the game is a soldier...



I played the first 2, not every female in the game is a soldier but the majority of primary characters are. People tend not to act very "girly" in militaristic settings.
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MrAnimeSK wrote:
I guess that you have not played the game then? LMAO at the suggestion that every female in the game is a soldier...


They are all professionals selected specifically because they offered the best chance of survival for colonization with their skills. I don't think "girlishness that MrAnime finds attractive" was a criteria for the expedition.



MrAnimeSK wrote:
Pee bee is somewhat girly i guess. Shes horney and flirty. I have yet to meet Vetra's sister.


You're not far enough into the game to have even met her sister? I'm not sure you should be rendering judgement on the entire game just yet.

Actually, now I'm really curious how you got far enough to recruit PB but somehow never encountered Vetra's sister. Have you been ignoring the entire Nexus?


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Posted 5/27/17
Reading this forum goes good with my morning coffee.
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listen i've been a star trek fan for longer than some of u been alive. as long as it's a good show with interesting storylines, i dont really give a crap what gender/race/ethnicity/whatever the lead characters are. Just give me good ole technobabble and explore new life and new civilizations and boldly go where no man (or woman) has ever gone before
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Posted 5/27/17 , edited 5/27/17

octorockandroll wrote:


I played the first 2, not every female in the game is a soldier but the majority of primary characters are. People tend not to act very "girly" in militaristic settings.


I was talking about ALL female characters, NPC's included.


runec wrote:


You're not far enough into the game to have even met her sister? I'm not sure you should be rendering judgement on the entire game just yet.

Actually, now I'm really curious how you got far enough to recruit PB but somehow never encountered Vetra's sister. Have you been ignoring the entire Nexus?




I've spent over 75 hours in the game. Iam a completionist. I've been all over the Nexus. Eos is 100%, Voled is 100%, Havarl is only 20%, Kadara is 88%. Iam level 43.
I have heard about her sister, i did a mission that did involve her but it was ohly her voice through the audio, i dont recall actually metting her/seeing her.

EDIT: And yes many are pilots or engineers or scientists or doctors or etc but there are also shop keepers and bartenders and etc.
But i guess it isn't a Japanese game.
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ronin99 wrote:

Reading this forum goes good with my morning coffee.




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octorockandroll wrote:

If you're surprised that Star Trek has characters that aren't white you're a bigger idiot than whoever thought Star Trek Enterprise was a good idea.


I hope that these dumb-asses don't call themselves fans of the series because the fact that this is an issue for them demonstrates they don't get Star Trek. I swear these are the same people complaining about SJWs and they are just as bad as them at this point.
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