1. Post #30521
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    November 2009
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    first of all, it is physically impossible under any circumstances for tali and shepard to have a child together not only due to the fact that they both evolved on completely different worlds, but also because their genetic structures are completely incompatible at the most basic level, with their DNA spiraling quite literally in opposite fucking directions.

    second of all what the fuck is wrong with you
    Mass Effect fields and/or Space Magic. Also Satire.
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  2. Post #30522
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    There is alot of Fem Shep-Garrus fan art.
    i find it incredibly unlikely that garrus would have his armour crest shape around his head a part of his actual body. almost every odd species in the game has that armor neck crest. as if turians actually have a part of their body that makes that shape.
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  3. Post #30523
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    i find it incredibly unlikely that garrus would have his armour crest shape around his head a part of his actual body. almost every odd species in the game has that armor neck crest. as if turians actually have a part of their body that makes that shape.
    Concept art, but still relevant.


    I thought the same thing, that it was a decorative collar, but it migh have some resemblence. Good chance it's exaggerated on most armour but it's still there on casual clothes so it's probably got some resemblance.
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  4. Post #30524
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    i find it incredibly unlikely that garrus would have his armour crest shape around his head a part of his actual body. almost every odd species in the game has that armor neck crest. as if turians actually have a part of their body that makes that shape.
    yeah i dunno if these people understand the concept of a collar.

    sometimes i wear a popped collar when im feeling particularly douchy. you dont automatically assume i have a fucking turtle-neck thing going on under there.

    Edited:

    Mass Effect fields and/or Space Magic. Also Satire.
    mass effect fields my ass

    heres something you havent considered

    if tali gets pregnant, shes going to have to go from that tight leather skinsuit to fucking space-sweatpants.

    not such a hot idea now, is it

    that was rhetorical it isnt pregnant women are fucking disgusting all of the time

    you dont even want to know how much pregnant women shit

    i had to buy an industrial plunger jesus god
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  5. Post #30525
    Trans-Intellectual...you know, like a double entendre
    noneshallpass's Avatar
    May 2011
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    Oh my every post must be disturbing eh?
    Imagine every fanfic that goes on between Tali and Legion.
       activating vibrate function   
    But Legion is already so sexy. I mean he's voiced by fucking Wesker.    COMPLETE. GLOBAL. PENETRATION.    
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  6. Post #30526
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    I played as a level 5 in a gold match, spent 8 minutes of watching people try to kick me, then finally they just launched the game. I came out in second. I was a soldier too, if I've got good guns, I'll do fine.
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  7. Post #30527
    Trans-Intellectual...you know, like a double entendre
    noneshallpass's Avatar
    May 2011
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    if tali gets pregnant, shes going to have to go from that tight leather skinsuit to fucking space-sweatpants.

    not such a hot idea now, is it
    I disagree, that just means they're easier to take off.

    EDIT:
    automerge broken
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  8. Post #30528
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    Lankist's Avatar
    July 2006
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    I disagree, that just means they're easier to take off.

    automerge broken
    do you realize how many disgusting bodyfluids a pregnant woman extrudes at all times

    they are wearing pants for a reason. they are for your benefit, trussst me
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  9. Post #30529
    Trans-Intellectual...you know, like a double entendre
    noneshallpass's Avatar
    May 2011
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    do you realize how many disgusting bodyfluids a pregnant woman extrudes at all times

    they are wearing pants for a reason. they are for your benefit, trussst me
    Yeah I was just being snarky.

    Also, robots don't get pregnant, Legion is my waifu. :3
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  10. Post #30530
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    July 2006
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    Yeah I was just being snarky.

    Also, robots don't get pregnant, Legion is my waifu. :3
    theres nothing funny about pregnancy its awful
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  11. Post #30531
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    September 2008
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    I just finished Mass Effect 3 an hour ago, having avoided any and all spoilers beforehand.
    Ignoring the obvious flaws with the ending, did anyone else actually understand a fucking word that child-Hitler was actually saying before you get to choose? I had to look up a guide just to figure out what each ending did, and which paths choose which ending. Either I'm retarded and missed something crucial, or there's more wrong with the ending than just the ending.
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  12. Post #30532
    Trans-Intellectual...you know, like a double entendre
    noneshallpass's Avatar
    May 2011
    1,408 Posts
    everyone's calling him space hitler now, when I said he reminded me of hitler all I got was boxes.
        that was a joke    
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  13. Post #30533
    Dennab
    December 2009
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    Anyone know how to beat gold besides:



    ?

    Fisherman in space.
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  14. Post #30534
    Trans-Intellectual...you know, like a double entendre
    noneshallpass's Avatar
    May 2011
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    theres nothing funny about pregnancy its awful
    Not even the child that is the result of said pregnancy?

    EDIT:

    FUCK, that was the most retarded automerge break ever.
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  15. Post #30535
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    July 2006
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    Not even the child that is the result of said pregnancy?
    no thats the worst part actually
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  16. Post #30536
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    June 2008
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    this has probably been brought up before, but I'm having trouble understanding the relationship between the reapers and the rest of the galaxy.

    The mass relay network only allows travel to like .0001 of the entire galaxy, as a result it seems there is only a 100 or so planets that we can explore/visit. My question is what about life beyond the range of the mass relays? There could very well be hundreds of thousands of advanced civilizations both organic and synthetic in the "unexplored" parts of the galaxy. Do the reapers ignore 99.999% of the galaxy? If you could truly comprehend the size of the galaxy and the amount of planets (billions), then you'd realise that there is absolutely no way the reapers could destroy all advanced organic life in the galaxy. so this cycle only affects a very small section of the galaxy. if this is all true, then the reapers stated purpose makes no sense (not that it really made sense to begin with).

    soverign states in me1 that the mass relays are designed to influence a civilizations evolution so that their resulting technology is always the same/predictable. perhaps the many civilizations that werent influenced by the mass relays developed vastly different. after all, isnt that why the reapers built the relays? because they feared that a civilization may develop technology more advanced or powerful than their own?
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  17. Post #30537
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    April 2005
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    this has probably been brought up before, but I'm having trouble understanding the relationship between the reapers and the rest of the galaxy.

    The mass relay network only allows travel to like .0001 of the entire galaxy, as a result it seems there is only a 100 or so planets that we can explore/visit. My question is what about life beyond the range of the mass relays? There could very well be hundreds of thousands of advanced civilizations both organic and synthetic in the "unexplored" parts of the galaxy. Do the reapers ignore 99.999% of the galaxy? If you could truly comprehend the size of the galaxy and the amount of planets (billions), then you'd realise that there is absolutely no way the reapers could destroy all advanced organic life in the galaxy. so this cycle only affects a very small section of the galaxy. if this is all true, then the reapers stated purpose makes no sense (not that it really made sense to begin with).

    soverign states in me1 that the mass relays are designed to influence a civilizations evolution so that their resulting technology is always the same/predictable. perhaps the many civilizations that werent influenced by the mass relays developed vastly different. after all, isnt that why the reapers built the relays? because they feared that a civilization may develop technology more advanced or powerful than their own?
    In 90% of science fiction, the size of the galaxy gets trimmed down to about a hundred planets. This is due to Occam's razor. The plot would suck if the council consisted of many hundreds of thousands of member species. Better to have a few well developed races than a bunch of crappy ones.
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  18. Post #30538
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    October 2009
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    this has probably been brought up before, but I'm having trouble understanding the relationship between the reapers and the rest of the galaxy.

    The mass relay network only allows travel to like .0001 of the entire galaxy, as a result it seems there is only a 100 or so planets that we can explore/visit. My question is what about life beyond the range of the mass relays? There could very well be hundreds of thousands of advanced civilizations both organic and synthetic in the "unexplored" parts of the galaxy. Do the reapers ignore 99.999% of the galaxy? If you could truly comprehend the size of the galaxy and the amount of planets (billions), then you'd realise that there is absolutely no way the reapers could destroy all advanced organic life in the galaxy. so this cycle only affects a very small section of the galaxy. if this is all true, then the reapers stated purpose makes no sense (not that it really made sense to begin with).

    soverign states in me1 that the mass relays are designed to influence a civilizations evolution so that their resulting technology is always the same/predictable. perhaps the many civilizations that werent influenced by the mass relays developed vastly different. after all, isnt that why the reapers built the relays? because they feared that a civilization may develop technology more advanced or powerful than their own?
    I was under the impression the reapers worked like this:

    The set of relays usable by us make up our cycle.
    Different sets of relays completely unconnected to our relays exist. Maybe even relays that don't connect to those. These separate relay networks create create a system cycle wheres each "harvest" takes place at different times over 50,000 years.

    Think of it like this.
    Say, relays A, B, C, D, and E all connect to each other and only connect to each other.

    Now lets say that there is a separate relay network of A1, B1, C1, D1, and E1. These relays don't connect to any other relays besides the ones in the (1) category.

    In a system like this with 2 relay systems, a species can be harvested every 25,000 years, alternating between the two.
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  19. Post #30539
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    March 2012
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    this has probably been brought up before, but I'm having trouble understanding the relationship between the reapers and the rest of the galaxy.

    The mass relay network only allows travel to like .0001 of the entire galaxy, as a result it seems there is only a 100 or so planets that we can explore/visit. My question is what about life beyond the range of the mass relays? There could very well be hundreds of thousands of advanced civilizations both organic and synthetic in the "unexplored" parts of the galaxy. Do the reapers ignore 99.999% of the galaxy? If you could truly comprehend the size of the galaxy and the amount of planets (billions), then you'd realise that there is absolutely no way the reapers could destroy all advanced organic life in the galaxy. so this cycle only affects a very small section of the galaxy. if this is all true, then the reapers stated purpose makes no sense (not that it really made sense to begin with).

    soverign states in me1 that the mass relays are designed to influence a civilizations evolution so that their resulting technology is always the same/predictable. perhaps the many civilizations that werent influenced by the mass relays developed vastly different. after all, isnt that why the reapers built the relays? because they feared that a civilization may develop technology more advanced or powerful than their own?
    lol the reapers must be jelly of advanced civillization, fucking hypocrites.
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  20. Post #30540
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    December 2009
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    this has probably been brought up before, but I'm having trouble understanding the relationship between the reapers and the rest of the galaxy.

    The mass relay network only allows travel to like .0001 of the entire galaxy, as a result it seems there is only a 100 or so planets that we can explore/visit. My question is what about life beyond the range of the mass relays? There could very well be hundreds of thousands of advanced civilizations both organic and synthetic in the "unexplored" parts of the galaxy. Do the reapers ignore 99.999% of the galaxy? If you could truly comprehend the size of the galaxy and the amount of planets (billions), then you'd realise that there is absolutely no way the reapers could destroy all advanced organic life in the galaxy. so this cycle only affects a very small section of the galaxy. if this is all true, then the reapers stated purpose makes no sense (not that it really made sense to begin with).

    soverign states in me1 that the mass relays are designed to influence a civilizations evolution so that their resulting technology is always the same/predictable. perhaps the many civilizations that werent influenced by the mass relays developed vastly different. after all, isnt that why the reapers built the relays? because they feared that a civilization may develop technology more advanced or powerful than their own?
    The entire relay network isn't explored, and exploration of it is discouraged by Council law. If life develops beyond what is explored then they will eventually find the relays and thus find the Citadel.
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  21. Post #30541
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    June 2008
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    The entire relay network isn't explored, and exploration of it is discouraged by Council law. If life develops beyond what is explored then they will eventually find the relays and thus find the Citadel.
    are you saying that every single planet in the galaxy is accessible through unexplored relays, because i dont see how that is possible. for example, the serpent nebula and the annos basin are directly connected to each other via a mass relay over a distance of several thousand light years. what about all the planets and systems that exist between these two mass relays/star clusters?

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  22. Post #30542
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    Concept art, but still relevant.


    I thought the same thing, that it was a decorative collar, but it migh have some resemblence. Good chance it's exaggerated on most armour but it's still there on casual clothes so it's probably got some resemblance.
    even if that's an official design i don't think it's any less stupid

    Edited:

    it would make sense if turians used to be like, turtles, or something
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  23. Post #30543
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    Not all relays are active, and even the ones that are active sometimes only connect to a single other relay. I'd also see that as gameplay and story segregation. In-Universe the galaxy is huge, but there is only so much the developers can do to make it appear that way before it becomes far too complex and just isn't worth the time and space on the disc. It just isn't feasible to have hundreds of systems. It clutters the galaxy map and it becomes nothing but filler without countless side-quests. With that in mind I'd love to see what games are like in a couple decades when that kind of thing can be done without the final product being far too large to actually put on a disc and sell.
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  24. Post #30544
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    May 2010
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    even if that's an official design i don't think it's any less stupid

    Edited:

    it would make sense if turians used to be like, turtles, or something
    Apparently it's a metallic exoskeleton that they evolved to protect themselves against solar radiation.



    Oh God, I knew that off hand. I need to get outside.
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  25. Post #30545
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    July 2006
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    Apparently it's a metallic exoskeleton that they evolved to protect themselves against solar radiation.



    Oh God, I knew that off hand. I need to get outside.
    yeah we know we read the codex
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  26. Post #30546
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    December 2009
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    even if that's an official design i don't think it's any less stupid

    Edited:

    it would make sense if turians used to be like, turtles, or something
    The way it's over-exaggerated in the armor design doesn't seem to fit a race that takes pride in their combat prowess. The collar is nothing but a huge place for an enemy to grab.
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  27. Post #30547
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    yeah we know we read the codex
    yeah well he was asking why it was there so i was responding

    you got a problem with that cabrone
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  28. Post #30548
    I'm really glad they didn't scrap the codex. It seems like one of the things "casuals" wouldn't like, and following the realm of what game series' do now-a-days, the game'd be toned down and one of the first things to go would be the codex, as they increased focus on gameplay.

    Good job on keeping it.
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  29. Post #30549
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    even if that's an official design i don't think it's any less stupid

    Edited:

    it would make sense if turians used to be like, turtles, or something
    evolution doesn't always make sense, you know

    it could be a sexually selected feature, like peacock feathers

    or turian vital organs might be situated in that back hub there, necessitating a protective bone shell kind of deal

       it's four in the morning and I'm trying to justify concept art for sci-fi bird people on the internet   
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  30. Post #30550
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    even if that's an official design i don't think it's any less stupid

    Edited:

    it would make sense if turians used to be like, turtles, or something

    Everyone know the way to make an alien is to take a human and then for every bit of crap you subtract, you then add elsewhere.

    Remove two fingers from each hand? That's there the head spikes come from.

    Only two toes? Now you've got your pointless oversized turtle-neck.

    No hair? Metal plates and those weird bits out the back of their legs. (lack of hair is a wild-card for anything.)

    Please note that face clay aliens are the exception as they have neither lost nor gained anything.
    Different coloured skin also does not cause one to loose or gain any "points" so to speak.

    Edited:

    evolution doesn't always make sense, you know

    it could be a sexually selected feature, like peacock feathers

    or turian vital organs might be situated in that back hub there, necessitating a protective bone shell kind of deal

       it's four in the morning and I'm trying to justify concept art for sci-fi metallic bird people on the internet   
    Or just plain rule of "it makes them look alien!" Lets take Babylon 5 for example.

    Why to the minbari have those boney bits on the back of the head? No reason, it just makes them look alien.
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  31. Post #30551
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    February 2012
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    The real question is would a Tali/Shepard child gain the developed human immune system or would it have to be isolated also?

    loljk, her body would probably try and symbiosis with the fetus and aggressive human genetics would make the fetus kill her

    Edited:

    There will be no post in this thread that is not weird and disturbing!
    Nah everything shepard produces would become a new race known as "Shepard".
    However the council had to stop them after a large decline of Reporters were punched
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  32. Post #30552
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    Clearly the pre-historic turians used their stupidly big collar things to store food in.

    like so
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  33. Post #30553
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    are you saying that every single planet in the galaxy is accessible through unexplored relays, because i dont see how that is possible. for example, the serpent nebula and the annos basin are directly connected to each other via a mass relay over a distance of several thousand light years. what about all the planets and systems that exist between these two mass relays/star clusters?

    There might be a mass relay or three between those two, we can't know. The point is that there's enough relays that eventually a race will most likely stumble upon one and thus the larger galaxy. All the major races are the really lucky ones that had a relay in their home system, but some species like the Elcor would have to travel two or three systems to reach one. Of course it's likely there's more civilizations stuck outside these "bubbles" of explored space, but those will most likely eventually die anyway. If they don't die they're either actively exploring space and will eventually stumble upon a mass relay, or they're part of the ecosystem of their planet(s) and thus won't run out of resources but won't have advanced technology that would be a threat either. While there's a chance that when they finally find a relay they'll have ship technology that's close to Reaper-level, the Reapers will still heavily outnumber them since what species is going to actively pump out thousands and thousands of dreadnought-class ships while they're isolated from the rest of the galactic community?
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  34. Post #30554
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    Nah everything shepard produces would become a new race known as "Shepard".
    However the council had to stop them after a large decline of Reporters were punched
    "In other news, besides the large amount of reporters with black eyes, millions of Hanar across the galaxy have lodged complaints about being offended due to "racial slurs" more at 11."
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  35. Post #30555
    Clearly the pre-historic turians used their stupidly big collar things to store food in.

    like so
    Garrus eating a watermelon is the best sight of all time.
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  36. Post #30556
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    June 2008
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    There might be a mass relay or three between those two, we can't know. The point is that there's enough relays that eventually a race will most likely stumble upon one and thus the larger galaxy. All the major races are the really lucky ones that had a relay in their home system, but some species like the Elcor would have to travel two or three systems to reach one. Of course it's likely there's more civilizations stuck outside these "bubbles" of explored space, but those will most likely eventually die anyway. If they don't die they're either actively exploring space and will eventually stumble upon a mass relay, or they're part of the ecosystem of their planet(s) and thus won't run out of resources but won't have advanced technology that would be a threat either. While there's a chance that when they finally find a relay they'll have ship technology that's close to Reaper-level, the Reapers will still heavily outnumber them since what species is going to actively pump out thousands and thousands of dreadnought-class ships while they're isolated from the rest of the galactic community?
    what about the end of me3 where    we are given a view of the entire galaxy whilst we watch the mass relay network destroy itself. you'll notice that the charon relay (earth's relay) sends the "self destruct" signal to another relay very far away, which also sends the signal to several other relays, slowly spreading across the galaxy. if there were thousands of unexplored relays, we would see them detonate here but we dont.   
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  37. Post #30557
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    February 2012
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    About shepard living ending, Ugh the noises in the background sure as hell don't sound like his on earth...rather the citadel

    Kinda have to turn the volume up a little

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  38. Post #30558
    Things Bioware have spawned;

    - Double-D robots with camel-toe
    - An angry mob of fans
    - An unending stream of baby-pictures with every mix, combination and variation of every character every game
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    About shepard living ending, Ugh the noises in the background sure as hell don't sound like his on earth...rather the citadel

    Kinda have to turn the volume up a little

    Maybe they just applied a 'muffled' effect to the audio initially? You know, like after a grenade goes off in most modern games and you get that muffled sound for a while... It's being used in more and more games and movies because it's so 'cinematic' or whatever. Then again, there were also some pretty fucked up sounds happening down on Earth anyway!

    what about the end of me3 where    we are given a view of the entire galaxy whilst we watch the mass relay network destroy itself. you'll notice that the charon relay (earth's relay) sends the "self destruct" signal to another relay very far away, which also sends the signal to several other relays, slowly spreading across the galaxy. if there were thousands of unexplored relays, we would see them detonate here but we dont.   
    Really, really REALLY shitty production values? Depending on who you talk to, the end was either rushed into completion or just made as a quick tide-over before releasing more content. Either option (or other options I haven't explored) easily account for an innacurate representation of the relay network.

    If they HAD shown thousands of tiny relays blowing up, it might have confused some people, so they probably thought about it for 3 or 4 seconds and went "Nah fuck it just keep it simple for our stupid customers".
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  40. Post #30560
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    Things Bioware have spawned;

    - Double-D robots with camel-toe
    - An angry mob of fans
    - An unending stream of baby-pictures with every mix, combination and variation of every character every game
    even volus and krogan?!?!

    nah just kidding just don't.......show that at all.....if it does exist
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