I'm tryna run the Mass Effect d20 system, but i cant find the layouts for a standard Alliance Cruiser that my party is flying. If someon could help me out I'd really appreciate it.
What's on your mind?
This is a few years old, but interesting. Has anyone seen this before?
I mean look at this cutie🤤
Ok when I help everyone on their personal missions I save Jack last. Does that matter? Also am I supposed to have equal amount of Renegade and Paragon when ever Jack and Miranda have their little fight? Because both the paragon and renegade is grey everytime I replay the game and I've played it more than once. My first time playing I was able to choose but I don't remember what I did lol.
The Salarians’ main problem is that they clearly don’t have any social science curriculum in their universities.
I suppose they have to have something resembling political science and economics to have a functioning society, so that may not be literally true. But that’s clearly not a focus, because it appears that they had no inkling of the social effects of the genophage.
Krogan society collapsed. Sure, Tuchanka was in bad shape before, but I’m not talking about their building or ecology. The krogan had to have had some sort of complex society in the past. Even if the salarians gave them space travel, they still were able to coordinate a massive colonial empire, and settle so many planets in such a short amount of time that others felt threatened, which hints at a much more organized social structure than the clans we see in game.
Clearly the krogan are still capable of this, as they have the best functioning society in Heleus when the Pathfinder gets there.
The very social bonds of the krogan were shattered by the genophage. The thing is, education in the social sciences as well as the “hard” sciences, should have allowed the salarians to predict this. It should have been pretty obvious to anyone with any knowledge of sociology or social psychology that that would have had a negative impact. Given how much a person’s economic decisions making has when they have kids, economics should have had something to say about that too.
We’re told that the salarians don’t fee romance, and that breeding is just a contract for them, so perhaps that’s why they didn’t predict the massive societal and cultural implications the genophage would have on the krogan. Perhaps the average salarian parent doesn’t fee much for their children, so they didn’t really think there would be any change in culture after the krogan saw thousands of stillborn children.
The turians probably knew all of that, but just didn’t care.
Just interested to know who people pick for each part of the final mission. Im usually pretty generic with Tali in the tunnel, Miranda leading the 2nd team and Samara as the swarm shield. Has anyone experimented much with different people
Can’t just be me who gets annoyed over the fact the council are ignorant to everything you say about the reapers and anytime you try and help them😂been getting so pissed off playing through them recently at how little they actually listen🤦🏻♂️
So from what I know about keepers, they are bioengineered guardians of the Citadel, who are controlled by the reapers to change the function of the station to aid them in wiping out the intelligent galaxy. Bar that? My knowledge ends.
We see in ME2 and 3 that they may be capable of violence and may even be able to kill. So are they sorters of biochemical stuff for the reapers? Do they protect areas of the Citadel with force? Where are they being created?
No idea if anyone knows anymore than I do, but speculation and fact are both welcome!
Is it possible to break Ashley romance in first mass effect by romancing both Ash and Liara? I've read something about it on FANDOM but it said that they will confront Shepard after some mission if he romances them both but I've just finished Virmire and still nothing. Is it broken or did I missed something?
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How much Paragon or Renegade do I need to stop the argument between Miranda and Jack or Tali and Legion?
French steelcase edition. Only version with Jane Shepard on the front cover. When I finally catch up with Jen Hale at some convention, *this* is what I’m going to ask her to sign.
Illium the colony where we recruit Thane and Samara. Its named after part of the pelvis . Liara hates the stereotypes portraying Asari as being promiscuous. Though with Illium being the home of Hotel Azure. Is it really a surprise these stereotypes exist.
So I’ve been playing with the idea of a Mass Effect game where you can play as another race other than human. Similar to Dragon Age and its races, I think it would be a really interesting experience to play as another race with another backstory. Given the massive differences in each race, a unique origin for each would be really easy to do, and with each one being physically and mentally different, it would be awesome to see how playing as an Asari or a Turian would effect gameplay.
What do you guys think?
Have any of you read my work in time correction? I also had work in genetics from an old veteran in a small town University.
I had a topic called mass effects.
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I really don't see the point in Lexi's profile. It only seems to take into account of two dialogue options. So while I use the , emotional, logical, and sarcastic prompts equally. I only recognizes two in the profile.
Which apparently all boils down be both empathetic and implusive. Which considering Scott charges head first into a Kett fiend . Lack of impluse control is obvious.
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Is there actually a mod for this ? Or did someone super impose Reyes' face on the blasto shirt. I think an Elcor Hamlet shirt would be better.