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all the fighting throughout 3 games, just to amalgamate everything and everyone?
what about new life that will be born and created. that will no longer be synthetic and will rise up eventually, will the cycle not start again?
to me, its then ending in which "i dont wanna fight anymore" kind of ending.
and ill go back to the paragon and renegade endings. wrong way round?
i dunno, im ramblng, so ill shut up lol
Destroy will make your Shepard survive, but all the Synthetics will disappear from the Galaxy. Control is not that bad apparently... but with the Reapers still out there flying around the planets I don't feel too relaxed. We can't be sure that Shepard won't lose her memories and soul little by little going crazy. Of course this is just my personal thought
I don't approve of what Bioware/EA did, but that doesn't mean I have hate their work, or the work of others.
This will give me a bit hope for any sequel/game they make. Still like these pics BTW.
I think synthesis is the worst end, but your image is beautiful !
I don't like killing all the synthetics and the Control ending is weird... not to mention that after all of that, I don't think Shepard would actually do what The Illusive Man wanted. We can't say that Shepard will always preserve her/his memory as a Reaper and Reapers in the space... just brrrr, nonono, I don't feel safe XD
Anyway, thank you very much for your comments! :3
True, I sometimes think about that too! I think that would definitely be possible, the Normandy is still intact after all and I'm sure there are pieces of Shepard's DNA like everywhere. A hair on the pillow, for example.
I mean, The Illusive Man bring Shepard back from the death rebuilding part of her body and skeleton. So why not cloning?
Easy way out