Are there male Asari and if there are how come we never see them?
dude ur a fucktard theres are no male assari you should know this if you even remoetly know mASS effect stuff
Thank you for your enlightening contribution to this simple, maybe less significant question.
Sidenote.... you are familiar with english grammar, are you not? Well I am not, but at least I try and swearing at someone never really lead to achieve something practicle, except maybe dislike.
This is no formal forum, but no junkyard aswell, as we always try to answer a question, no matter the significance.
Hey get be nice😀 and thanks for explaining that
Asari are all female in appearance to humans but are in fact both genders at varying times in their lives. If you play Mass Effect 2 go to the Bar on Iillium where the Asari Matriarch bartender explains it very simply and clearly. Asari generally do NOT mate with one another, they use genetic material from other races to improve their own genetic diversity although the offspring of such unions will ALWAYS be Asari in appearance and physiology. The Asari in question can be either parent (the bartender explains "she" was once the father of a pureblood daughter but when they reach a certain age they become Matriarchs. They have an average lifespan of around one thousand years and (according to Liara, the bartender and codex) generally become Matriarchs for the last two centuries of their lives.
I know how they age I understand now😘
Added theory, Asari take female human form so we will be attracted to them. Blue skin for Salarians and cartilage forms on the head for Turians.
The bachelor party on illium. Something to listen to.
This is from somewhere...I can't remember. No coffee ATM.
Asari are monogendered
I know I know
What do you think?