History MassEffect2AntagonistsAndNpcs / NonCouncilSpace

18th Jun '16 1:06:59 PM Forenperser
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* ArtEvolution: Looks pretty much like Wrex's twin brother minus the scarring in ''2''. In the third game, he has a darker colour.
17th Jun '16 3:38:17 PM dlchen145
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The current members that govern the quarian Migrant Fleet, composed of Rael'Zorah vas Rayya, Shala'Raan vas Tonbay, Han'Gerrel vas Neema, Zaal'Koris vas Qwib Qwib, and Daro'Xen vas Moreh. They play major roles during Tali's loyalty mission, being the judges in her trial and each member has a unique outlook on the geth/quarian conflict.

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The current members that govern the quarian Migrant Fleet, composed of Rael'Zorah vas Rayya, Rael'Zorah, Shala'Raan vas Tonbay, Han'Gerrel vas Neema, Zaal'Koris vas Qwib Qwib, and Daro'Xen vas Moreh. They play major roles during Tali's loyalty mission, being the judges in her trial and each member has a unique outlook on the geth/quarian conflict.



!!Admiral Rael'Zorah vas Rayya

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!!Admiral Rael'Zorah vas RayyaRael'Zorah
11th Jun '16 7:26:25 AM MinisterOfSinister
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* EliteMooks: His end goal is to turn the krogan from a vast horde to a numerically inferior but more precise and skilled lance.

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* EliteMooks: EliteArmy: His end goal is to turn the krogan from a vast horde to a numerically inferior but more precise powerful and skilled lance.army.



* ExactWords: Much is said about how "flawed" his cloned army of Krogan is, but he points out that they are healthy, strong Krogan soldiers, which is exactly what Jedore asked him for. The problem as he sees it is that she lacks the ability to command her own men, never mind a Krogan.



* NotWorthKilling: He intends to inflict this on the genophage by creating the perfect krogan soldier.

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* NotWorthKilling: He intends to inflict this on the genophage Genophage by creating the perfect krogan soldier.



* WeHaveReserves: How he feels about his rejected krogan subjects. "The deaths were unfortunate, but I only need one success to start the process."

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* WeHaveReserves: How Played with. On one hand, he feels about cares very little for his rejected failed krogan subjects. "The deaths were unfortunate, but I only need one success subjects and throws them away to start buy Shepard time to reach him. On the process."other hand, he hates how his species rely on superior numbers to win battles and calls Saren's planned slave army of krogan a "pale horde", opining that numbers alone aren't enough to win battles. He wants to create the perfect krogan as a template for the rest of krogankind to follow, believing they would be better off as an EliteArmy than trying to ZergRush everything again.


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* WorthyOpponent: In ''3'' it's mentioned by Grunt that he saw the rachni this way, likely for how they were the only other species in the galaxy who threatened the Citadel races like the krogan did.
27th May '16 8:00:21 PM DanielBenner8891
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* OnlySaneMan: In ''2'', he's the only quarian Admiral (in fact, one of the few quarians in general) who wants to avoid war with the geth. He is the only Admiral who realizes that an outright war is suicidal (justified, since he's in charge of the civilian fleets). This puts him at odds with [[GeneralRipper Admirals Gerrel]] and [[MadScientist Xen]], who often mock him for being a coward (a "suit-wetter", in Han's own words) and a geth apologist. The combination of all this pressure has made him extremely frustrated and desperate, and it makes your initial impression of him in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' a harsh one. By the third game, he has his act together.

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* OnlySaneMan: In ''2'', he's the only quarian Admiral (in fact, one of the few quarians in general) who wants to avoid war with the geth. He is the only Admiral who realizes that an outright war is suicidal (justified, since he's in charge of the civilian fleets). This puts him at odds with [[GeneralRipper Admirals Gerrel]] and [[MadScientist Xen]], who often mock him for being a coward (a "suit-wetter", in Han's own words) and a geth apologist. The combination of all this pressure has made him extremely frustrated and desperate, and it makes your initial impression of him in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' a harsh one. By the third game, he has his act together. He is also one of few quarians who thinks that their ancestors were wrong to try and exterminate the geth.
22nd Apr '16 7:26:58 PM MadCat221
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* TalkToTheFist: When Han'Gerrel orders the Migrant Fleet to [[spoiler: bombard the geth dreadnought Shepard and Tali are aboard]], the aftermath discussion gives Shepard a Renegade interrupt to gut-punch him and boot him off the ''Normandy''.]]

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* TalkToTheFist: When Han'Gerrel orders the Migrant Fleet to [[spoiler: bombard the geth dreadnought Shepard and Tali are aboard]], the aftermath discussion gives Shepard a Renegade interrupt to gut-punch him and boot him off the ''Normandy''.]]
22nd Apr '16 7:26:20 PM MadCat221
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* TalkToTheFist: When Han'Gerrel orders the Migrant Fleet to [[spoiler: bombard the geth dreadnought Shepard and Tali are aboard]], the aftermath discussion gives Shepard a Renegade interrupt to gut-punch him and boot him off the ''Normandy''. Still, militarily, he made the right decision to [[spoiler:open up on the dreadnought immediately after Legion disabled it, because he simply couldn't take the risk that its weapons, shields, and engines might come back up, and let it go back to ripping through his fleet, although an argument can be made for the fact that he wasted an opportunity to get his ships to safety]]. Paragon Shepard can recognize this, and simply tell Gerrel to let him/her know before he starts shooting.

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* TalkToTheFist: When Han'Gerrel orders the Migrant Fleet to [[spoiler: bombard the geth dreadnought Shepard and Tali are aboard]], the aftermath discussion gives Shepard a Renegade interrupt to gut-punch him and boot him off the ''Normandy''. Still, militarily, he made the right decision to [[spoiler:open up on the dreadnought immediately after Legion disabled it, because he simply couldn't take the risk that its weapons, shields, and engines might come back up, and let it go back to ripping through his fleet, although an argument can be made for the fact that he wasted an opportunity to get his ships to safety]]. Paragon Shepard can recognize this, and simply tell Gerrel to let him/her know before he starts shooting.]]
12th Apr '16 6:00:05 AM AnotherGuy
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* CulturedBadass: Not many krogan are known for their poetry skills.

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* CulturedBadass: Not many krogan are known for their poetry skills. His poem dedicated to Ereba is ''O Blue Rose of Illium''.
12th Apr '16 5:58:58 AM AnotherGuy
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-->'''Shepard:''' Awwwwww... look at him. It's obvious he's crazy about you.
12th Apr '16 5:58:01 AM AnotherGuy
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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Players will find his body during the Rachni Queen mission in ''3''.]]
12th Apr '16 5:53:15 AM AnotherGuy
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* IShallTauntYou: During the battle of the Citadel DLC, Shepard will have Glyph demoralize enemy troops. Glyph will respond by blithely telling the enemy troops negative statistics about their survival.

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* IShallTauntYou: During the battle of the Citadel DLC, Shepard Liara will have Glyph demoralize enemy troops. Glyph will respond by blithely telling the enemy troops negative statistics about their survival.
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