Wednesday, 30 November 2011
09:49:22 PM (GMT)
I took a few pictures from the comic "Mass Effect: Evolution". It focuses on Saren
and Desolas Arterius, and the Illusive Man; telling the story of what happened after
the First Contact War; how the Illusive Man got his eyes the way they are; explaining
how Saren and the Illusive Man know so much about the Reapers.
There shouldn't be any spoilers, so it's safe to look ;P
Here is your first look at a female Turian. I can't remember the name of this
particular character, but I do remember that she is a general (or was, anyway, since
this is the "past) in the Turian army.
From what I've seen, all female Turians wear long dresses, and the males wear the
armor. Female Turians seem to have wider hips than the males, and no head fringe.
This confuses me, since Garrus states in "Mass Effect 2" (if you have a Garrus
romance) that if Shepard was a Turian, he would compliment her hips and her head
fringe. But females have no head fringe. Are they, then, complimenting the lack of?
Another picture of the female General Turian.
Here is a female Turian (right) with her child son (left).
A closer view of the mother.
A closer view of the child son.
Here is the Illusive Man, whose real name is Jack Harper. His eyes are like this
because he was pretty much beamed right in the eyes by a Reaper artifact.
Indoctrinated Turians! They speak some weird language, most likely the language the
Last but not least, Saren (right) and his brother, Desolas (left). At the end of the
comic, Saren had to blow up his brother, Desolas, because he was infected by the
Reaper artifact and would become indoctrinated. Saren promised to avenge his death.
Haha, bullshit... Nice try, Saren, but you ended up just like your brother.
I hope you enjoyed the photos. ^-^ The comic is EXPENSIVE, but worth it. -w-