Actually, I want Garrus to get me a sno-cone.

That would be like the best thing ever: because if anybody could deliver a sno-cone at hyper-velocity speeds, it’d be Garrus.  You know, I didn’t use Garrus enough in Mass Effect 2.  Not sure why, except that maybe the first time through I hadn’t played Mass Effect yet, and was thus not really yet understanding just how cool the character was (a problem similar to the one that I had with Tali, obviously).  I will have to fix that, obviously.

ME3 demo out next month!  CANNOT. WAIT.

Moe Lane

PS: One thing, though… ‘Sir?’  Haven’t we been over this, already?  Since when was Commander Shepard a guy?


  • Demosthenes says:

    It’s fairly common in military sci-fi to refer to female officers as “sir,” isn’t it? It’s certainly not unheard of. Though I don’t think you should try that in real life.

  • BigGator5 says:

    @Demosthenes: I have personally never understood that. I cringe everytime I see a female officer in sci-fi is called “Sir”.

  • weyoun42 says:

    My party all through 1 was Garrus and Tali. Garrus and Tali both ended up in my party in 2 once they were available. And it was rough, because I liked some of the new characters, but those two were my team; my friends. Emotional attachment to video game characters: a BioWare hallmark.

    • Moe_Lane says:

      I am STILL trying to figure out how the hell anybody could do to Wrex… what the default for ME2 assumed got done to Wrex in ME1.
      I mean… Wrex.

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