"Lol america dumb."
"Lol america makes a ton of mistakes."
Right…because NO OTHER COUNTRY has ever made mistakes.
"Lol america dumb."
like you could make a shepard that looks like that they’ve recently had a fight with an entire train carriage and use nothing but the move pull and that shepard is automatically canon
you could make a shepard that has the beauty of aphrodite and the strength of hercules and fucks up so much shit with a m-300 claymore and that shepard is automatically canon
your entire argument of “x shepard isn’t canon shepard” is utterly fucking ridiculous because every shepard is canon
Nooo it didn’t seem rude, no worries.
I know they have a following, just…not as big as I’d like it to be. It’s so hard to find decent behemoth stuff in stores/online etc and it’s so frustrating.
Kaidan died simply because he was further away from her for it to be the logical choice to save him. (I’m going by headcanon here, not game mechanics). She just didn’t have the time to retrace her steps to go back for him. She felt awful about it but she knew in her line of work, things like that can happen.
ha oh man
If you don’t already know, you probably don’t want to know
It’s not really letting them down if she doesn’t much care for them.
I’ve learned to separate myself from my character. I don’t agree with/couldn’t do most of the things she does if it were me, but it’s not me, it’s her and to her she’s making the right call.
I don’t know if that makes sense or answers your question very well but there it is.
Amirah shep for fcknariel !! slowly workin through art trades to open up for comissions :>
|— r.i.d (via safest-heaven)|
When she first heard “Cerberus”, the name meant absolutely nothing to her. (obviously that changed come ME2). They were nothing more than a rogue black ops group that hardly anyone had heard of or encountered.
Despite the cruelty and brutality of the experiments, if she can find a reason to spare a human life, she’ll take it.
That’s probably why she didn’t really hate Cerberus when she found out they were the ones who brought her back. They believed in preserving and advancing humanity, an ideal that she too shares and stands by firmly.