History MassEffect2AntagonistsAndNpcs / NonCouncilSpace

23rd May '18 7:36:43 AM Yozzy
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* 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 make the Genophage "ignorable" by changing the Krogan to an EliteArmy, and it starts with creating the perfect krogan soldier.


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* TheSocialDarwinist: Speaking to him reveals this is his basic mindset. He's proud of the Krogan, but only so far; the old Krogan horde (as well as Saren's horde) was designed to crush everything under weight of numbers, and the current Krogan spend resources on making sure every Krogan alive lives at least until adulthood. He believes that the current state of affairs enables the kind of coddling that allows "weak" Krogan to survive where they should be dying out. His plans to rejuvenate the Krogan start at creating a single super soldier that will serve as a template for other Krogan to aspire to match.
4th May '18 1:16:28 PM AnotherGuy
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* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: [[spoiler:Liara seeds many worlds with copies of Glyph containing an enormously sophisticated universal translator program, records of this cycle's galactic history, records of the war with the Reapers, accounts of Shepard, and blueprints for the Crucible for future cycles in the event that they cannot defeat the Reapers]].

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* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: [[spoiler:Liara seeds many worlds with copies of Glyph containing an enormously sophisticated universal translator program, records of this cycle's galactic history, records of the war with the Reapers, accounts of Shepard, and blueprints for the Crucible for future cycles in the event that they cannot defeat the Reapers]].Reapers. Glyph is more than pleased to, saying "And it will be a ''privilege'' to guide future discoverers of these records."]].
1st May '18 8:33:28 AM Sabrewing
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* MagicKnight: Uses shotguns and has heavily offense-oriented biotics. She also can launch [[PlayingWithFire Carnage]] blasts, like James. In many ways, she's like the Vanguard from Mass Effect 1.

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* MagicKnight: MageMarksman: Uses shotguns and has heavily offense-oriented biotics. She also can launch [[PlayingWithFire Carnage]] blasts, like James. In many ways, she's like the Vanguard from Mass Effect 1.
30th Mar '18 12:51:02 PM MinisterOfSinister
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* JerkassHasAPoint: A lot of the things he says to you in ''2'' make sense, even if he's a jerk when he says them. The ''Alarei'' was overrun by live geth; deactivated geth platforms hardly reactivate themselves, so something shady involving them ''must'' have gone down aboard it, [[spoiler:and it turns out something did]], whether or not Tali was knowingly abetting whatever it was. He opines as well that the geth who killed the crew weren't homicidal machines, they were ''living beings in pain'', a contrast to everyone around him. Tali tries to defend the Morning War by saying the geth attacked them and drove them from Rannoch, and Koris counters that ''of course'' they did -- the quarians tried to destroy them first. Even his reasons for opposing a war with the geth are sound: the war is a long one, marked by brutalities on both sides, but if their people don't stop fighting they stand to lose everything; ergo experiments like the ones Rael'Zorah was running on the ''Alarei'' are things he cannot condone, because they treat the geth as less than people and he feels it's important to send a message that that view is untrue. Tali even admits she understands his position, despite not agreeing with it. [[spoiler:And ultimately, he is vindicated regarding Rael's experiments; they were so terrible that the entire gathered crowd are shocked and appalled by it, excluding [[ForScience Admiral Xen]].]]

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* JerkassHasAPoint: A lot of the things he says to you in ''2'' make sense, even if he's a jerk when he says them. The ''Alarei'' was overrun by live geth; deactivated geth platforms hardly reactivate themselves, so something shady involving them ''must'' have gone down aboard it, [[spoiler:and it turns out something did]], whether or not Tali was knowingly abetting whatever it was. He opines as well that the geth who killed the crew weren't homicidal machines, they were ''living beings in pain'', a contrast to everyone around him. Tali tries to defend the Morning War by saying the geth attacked them and drove them from Rannoch, and Koris counters that ''of course'' they did -- the quarians tried to destroy them first. Even his reasons for opposing a war with the geth and wanting to have Tali found guilty are sound: the war is a long one, marked by brutalities on both sides, but if their people don't stop fighting they stand to lose everything; ergo experiments like the ones Rael'Zorah was running on the ''Alarei'' are things he cannot condone, because they treat the geth as less than people and he feels it's important to send a message that that view is untrue. Tali even admits she understands his position, despite not agreeing with it. [[spoiler:And ultimately, he is vindicated regarding Rael's experiments; they were so terrible that if the truth is revealed after Shepard uncovers it, the entire gathered crowd are shocked and appalled by it, excluding [[ForScience Admiral Xen]].]]



* EvenEvilHasStandards: Killing all the geth in the name of revenge is a-OK in his book, but what Rael'Zorah got up to aboard the Alarei -- [[spoiler:he reactivated geth platforms to use in weapons testing]] -- is going too far, even for Han.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: EveryoneHasStandards: Killing all the geth in the name of revenge is a-OK in his book, but what Rael'Zorah got up to aboard the Alarei -- [[spoiler:he reactivated geth platforms to use in weapons testing]] -- is going too far, even for Han.



* BiTheWay: As is the case with most Asari, since they're a OneGenderRace who are capable of HomosexualReproduction. In the ''Mass Effect 3: Omega'' DLC Her on-again off-again partner, the turian Nyreen Kandros, is female and whilst she's [[IfItsYouItsOkay grateful enough to kiss a suitably impressive male!Shepard]] as well as a female!Shepard, And is noted to have had a fling with Mordin is the past(before trying to kill him).

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* BiTheWay: As is the case with most Asari, since they're a OneGenderRace who are capable of HomosexualReproduction. In the ''Mass Effect 3: Omega'' DLC Her on-again off-again partner, the turian Nyreen Kandros, is female and whilst she's [[IfItsYouItsOkay grateful enough to kiss a suitably impressive male!Shepard]] as well as a female!Shepard, And is noted to have it's clear she prefers female Shepard more. Apparently she also had a fling with Mordin is in the past(before past, before trying to kill him).him.



* EveryoneHasStandards: Your team's comprised of terrorists (it's Jacob's loyalty mission even and he's one for Cerberus,) vigilantes, mercenaries, thieves, psychopaths, and a geth. All of them with the possible exception of Morinth show utter disgust for what he's done, Jacob especially, and are in support of him being torn apart by those he victimized.

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* EveryoneHasStandards: Your team's comprised of terrorists (it's Jacob's loyalty mission even and he's one for Cerberus,) Cerberus), vigilantes, mercenaries, thieves, psychopaths, and a geth. All of them with the possible exception of Morinth show utter disgust for what he's done, Jacob especially, and are in support of him being torn apart by those he victimized.
26th Mar '18 5:54:04 PM Weirdperson31
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* TookALevelInJerkass: Is noticeably kinder and more reasonable in ME2 than ME3.
20th Mar '18 11:47:47 PM BlazingTrolls
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* {{UST}}: Develops this with Shepard, both Renegade and Paragon.
20th Mar '18 11:42:33 PM BlazingTrolls
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* BiTheWay: As is the case with most Asari, since they're a OneGenderRace who are capable of HomosexualReproduction. In the ''Mass Effect 3: Omega'' DLC Her on-again off-again partner, the turian Nyreen Kandros, is female and whilst she's [[IfItsYouItsOkay grateful enough to kiss a suitably impressive male!Shepard]] as well as a female!Shepard, And is noted to have had a fling with Mordin is the past(before trying to kill him).



* StraightGay: An asari's sexuality is a complex subject, since they're a OneGenderRace who are capable of HomosexualReproduction. That said, Aria is pretty firmly established in the ''Mass Effect 3: Omega'' DLC as being a lesbian. Her on-again off-again partner, the turian Nyreen Kandros, is female and whilst she's [[IfItsYouItsOkay grateful enough to kiss a suitably impressive male!Shepard]] as well as a female!Shepard, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CQjrDGxWnU there's a clear difference in doing so that makes it obvious she prefers locking lips with lady-Shep]]. Note that the female kiss is a little more physically tender and lasts a little longer, while the male kiss is more brief and rough and Aria almost pushes Shepard away from her after.
27th Feb '18 7:11:20 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* JerkassHasAPoint: A lot of the things he says to you in ''2'' make sense, even if he's a jerk when he says them. The ''Alarei'' was overrun by live geth; deactivated geth platforms hardly reactivate themselves, so something shady involving them ''must'' have gone down aboard it, [[spoiler:and it turns out something did]], whether or not Tali was knowingly abetting whatever it was. He opines as well that the geth who killed the crew weren't homicidal machines, they were ''living beings in pain'', a contrast to everyone around him. Tali tries to defend the Morning War by saying the geth attacked them and drove them from Rannoch, and Koris counters that ''of course'' they did -- the quarians tried to destroy them first. Even his reasons for opposing a war with the geth are sound: the war is a long one, marked by brutalities on both sides, but if their people don't stop fighting they stand to lose everything; ergo experiments like the ones Rael'Zorah was running on the ''Alarei'' are things he cannot condone, because they treat the geth as less than people and he feels it's important to send a message that that view is untrue. Tali even admits she understands his position, despite not agreeing with it. [[spoiler:And ultimately, he is vindicated regarding Rael's experiments; they were so terrible that the entire gathered crowd are shocked and appalled by it, excluding [[ForScience Admiral Xen]].]]



** JerkassHasAPoint: A lot of the things he says to you in ''2'' make sense, even if he's a jerk when he says them. The ''Alarei'' was overrun by live geth; deactivated geth platforms hardly reactivate themselves, so something shady involving them ''must'' have gone down aboard it[[spoiler:, and it turns out something did]], whether or not Tali was knowingly abetting whatever it was. He opines as well that the geth who killed the crew weren't homicidal machines, they were ''living beings in pain'', a contrast to everyone around him. Tali tries to defend the Morning War by saying the geth attacked them and drove them from Rannoch, and Koris counters that ''of course'' they did -- the quarians tried to destroy them first. Even his reasons for opposing a war with the geth are sound: the war is a long one, marked by brutalities on both sides, but if their people don't stop fighting they stand to lose everything; ergo experiments like the ones Rael'Zorah was running on the ''Alarei'' are things he cannot condone, because they treat the geth as less than people and he feels it's important to send a message that that view is untrue. Tali even admits she understands his position, despite not agreeing with it. [[spoiler:And ultimately, he is vindicated regarding Rael's experiments; they were so terrible that the entire gathered crowd are shocked and appalled by it, excluding [[ForScience Admiral Xen]].]]
27th Feb '18 7:05:46 PM MinisterOfSinister
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Is a jerk in Tali's trial, but makes it clear that it is not personal as he respects her greatly. As well as seeking peace with the geth, if you ask him about the Admirals' infighting after the first part of the trial, he'll apologize for letting it interfere with the proceedings. If Tali is cleared, he'll thank Shepard for being there for her when the Admiralty board wasn't.
** JerkassHasAPoint: He is one of the lone quarians who support peace with the geth, and is [[spoiler: the only Admiral other than Tali who votes against going to war with them in the third game. He is essential to brokering peace between the two sides in the Rannoch arc]].

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Is a jerk in Tali's trial, but makes it clear that it is not personal as he respects her greatly. As well as seeking peace with the geth, if you ask him about the Admirals' infighting after the first part of the trial, he'll apologize for letting it interfere with the proceedings. If Tali is cleared, he'll thank Shepard for being there for her when the Admiralty board wasn't. \n** JerkassHasAPoint: He is also one of the lone quarians who support peace with the geth, and is [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the only Admiral other than Tali who votes against going to war with them in the third game. He is essential to brokering peace between the two sides in the Rannoch arc]].arc]].
** JerkassHasAPoint: A lot of the things he says to you in ''2'' make sense, even if he's a jerk when he says them. The ''Alarei'' was overrun by live geth; deactivated geth platforms hardly reactivate themselves, so something shady involving them ''must'' have gone down aboard it[[spoiler:, and it turns out something did]], whether or not Tali was knowingly abetting whatever it was. He opines as well that the geth who killed the crew weren't homicidal machines, they were ''living beings in pain'', a contrast to everyone around him. Tali tries to defend the Morning War by saying the geth attacked them and drove them from Rannoch, and Koris counters that ''of course'' they did -- the quarians tried to destroy them first. Even his reasons for opposing a war with the geth are sound: the war is a long one, marked by brutalities on both sides, but if their people don't stop fighting they stand to lose everything; ergo experiments like the ones Rael'Zorah was running on the ''Alarei'' are things he cannot condone, because they treat the geth as less than people and he feels it's important to send a message that that view is untrue. Tali even admits she understands his position, despite not agreeing with it. [[spoiler:And ultimately, he is vindicated regarding Rael's experiments; they were so terrible that the entire gathered crowd are shocked and appalled by it, excluding [[ForScience Admiral Xen]].]]
16th Feb '18 2:03:15 PM MinisterOfSinister
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* BrokenPedestal: He once idolized Mordin, but not anymore.
-->'''Mordin:''' Assumed... Never argued with necessity of Genophage.\\
'''Maelon:''' How was I supposed to disagree with ''the great Doctor Solus?'' I was your student! I LOOKED UP TO YOU!
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