quote ChaoticYeah your right their home world is Thessia.I don't remember going to the Asari homeworld either...
quote AndyI don't remember going to the Asari homeworld either...I remember a conversation in the bar on Illium, where the Turian watching the stripper mentions that female Turians rarely leave the home planet.
Hopefully we'll see Palaven in ME3. Turians and Humans are the only two "main species" where we haven't seen their home world.
Edit: Forgot we haven't seen the Salarian home world either.
quote Fatherbrain30I'm pretty sure they have roles if I remember my conversations with Kaiden in Mass Effect 1 right.quote PhluXxThey don't have gender roles, bioware was just lazy.quote rasberylTurians come from an Imperialistic culture with heavily emphasized gender roles in their society with it also being a patriarchal controlled society. To answer your question.Do you think they will include the females and males for each race in ME3 or maybe in a spin off? Also If they hadn't had enough space, why males instead of females? And why not instead of lots of appearences of both genders, why not just one or two shows of a female character?
Also any idea of what a female turian would look like?
edit; I didnt see the above post, so they basically look the same except the females have their... noticables features?
Also, the only logical excuse is that turian females aren't as numerous outside of Turian space than males.
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