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Yeah, we’re playing a Sci-Fi game, also known as Science Fiction. Emphasis on the science, buddy. The science in good Sci-Fi doesn’t have to work with our current technologies but it does have to make rational sense within the constructed world. Synthesis violates so many biological and rational laws to the point where you can’t hand wave it under the genre. It’s abominable science and lousy fiction at that.
Tuchanka, the Lost Krogan City —from The Art of the Mass Effect Universe
Click HERE for more parts of the artbook which includes concept art of other characters and places in the mass effect universe.
“That’s what seperates us, Shepard. Where you see a means to destroy, I see a way to control.”
∞ Isaviel’s endless list of favourite fictional characters
↳ Admiral Hackett - Mass Effect
“Never before have so many come together from all quarters of the galaxy. But never before have we faced an enemy such as this. The Reapers will show us no mercy. We must give them no quarter. They will terrorize our populations. We must stand fast in the face of that terror. They will advance until our last city falls, but we will not fall. We will prevail. Each of us will be defined by our actions in the coming battle. Stand fast. Stand strong. Stand together. Hackett out.”
Mass Effect 3 - Take Earth Back
Watching this, I’m reminded once again that the Extended Cut for Synthesis ending shows husks apparently regaining self-awareness. What the everliving fuck was BioWare thinking with that? (I know, I know. ME3 Ending=/=thinking. Bear with me.)
What kind of nightmarish existence would a husk have after regaining awareness of itself? Especially for something like a brute, spliced together from several individual organisms into one monstrous one. Would it be in pain every day? Would it be able to communicate?
Most of EC is a pretty big ‘fuck you’ anyway, but the idea that the Synthesis space magic plays God and allows what is essentially a robo-zombie to regain consciousness of the self is pretty nasty.
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Seashores of Eternity
Mordin is one my favorite characters, I love his dialogs.
yet another reason synthesis is a complete and total abomination of life to me js
↳Day Twelve. Favorite human character (other than Shepard)?
Admiral David Anderson