Mass Effect Alliance Soldier
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Alliance Navy Edit. The Alliance Navy has twenty-six ranks in total. Enlisted Ranks Servicemen Recruit E-1- All soldiers newly recruited and trained.Most are quickly promoted. Are paid more than most servicemen for two months for completing training and beginning their training.
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)MEA SPOILER(#s 'Sara and Scott are twins.' Based on the the descriptions of of the upgrades in ME2 and the fact that Shepard can use weapons that would break a non-Krogan's arm, they've made Shepard into a superhuman.Descriptions about Shepard's cybernetics,'By reinforcing the skeleton with a synthetic weave, bones can be made almost unbreakable. In the event of bone trauma, medi-gel conduits allow for bone regenerations in a matter of days.Perforating the muscles with micro-fibers increases overall strength and decreases the potential for muscle damage from exertion.Strong synthetic fibers woven through the skin, dramatically reducing damage taken from most attacks. These fibers also act as a medi-gel conduit, improving healing.' Don't forget Shepard survives a near direct hit from Harbinger's beam, getting shot while heavily wounded, (assuming you choose Destroy with high EMS) the direct explosion from activating the Crucible, the Crucible firing AND the Citadel falling apart and burying Shepard in rubble. It doesn't do anything drastic.
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It more or less just removes any congenital disorders, like poor eyesight, allergies, and myriad of other genetic defects. The rest is training and equipment. Female troopers seem perfectly capable of going toe-to-toe with their male counterparts, as evidenced by Shepard in ME1, where she is without any drastic enhancements.Genetic enhancement is not illegal as claims. Quoting from the CodexAs current law stands, modification of natural abilities is legal, but acquisition of new ones is not. For example, using gene therapy to increase muscle mass is legal, but adding the ability to digest cellulose is not.The Citadel's own genetic restrictions allow for the creation of life for scientific or medical reasons, but forbid the creation of new sapient species. A few products have slipped past the regulations, most notably Sirta Foundation's medi-gel.So what has been done to Miranda and Orianna is perfectly legal. They are both still human, just on the very highest peak of what human can be at the current stage of evolution.I suppose creating of a super-soldier would be possible, making them the peak of what is possible for their species, but such modification is extremely costly (Henry Lawson is really rich, so he could afford it), and I am unsure if it can be done to a mature individual, so you would literally need to breed such soldiers (think about what Kaminoans did for Republic in Star Wars, although the advanced aging might be breaking laws).
It is like with Picard's baldness in Star Trek - in the future, they just wouldn't care.Look, don't you think this claim is completely stupid? It's obvious nonsense, obvious hypocrisy. The creators or whatever trying to pretend they're so enlightened, that they're past making judgements based on appearances.They're not. It's ridiculous.
Bald captain or not, the crew of TNG and of every Star Trek series is significant better looking than average. You better believe they paid very close attention to appearances when they cast every single one of the main characters. And it's the same with nearly every film and every television series in existence.
They are not 'inclusive' and have no intention to be. As far as Shepard's enhancements go post-Lazarus project, they're probably mostly structural reinforcements along with things that increase overall athletic performance. Things that allow more oxygen to get into the blood increasing endurance, maybe enhancing adrenaline, etc. Things that would be useful in combat or other physically demanding situations, you know? Also probably enhanced vision.
Remember how your eyes glow all terminator style if you go strong renegade? They wouldn't do that if you didn't have some hardware in there. Also Shepard is able to drink Ryncol without dying and is resistant to sedatives and poisons as shown by waking up early from the sedatives in the Arrival DLC and surviving the poisoning attempt by that batarian bartender on Omega.My evidence for the skeletal enhancements is in the opening cinematic of the project in ME2 you see Shepard's skeleton is pretty severely fractured and fragmented. The arms for example are in a bunch of pieces with a lot of bone seemingly missing. But by the end the skeleton looks complete. We know they used cybernetics, so a lot of the skeleton was likely reinforced with metal parts to help or outright replace lost bone.
I assume they found a way to get past the loss of blood cell creating bone marrow too.Further supporting this is the fact that Shepard is potentially able to use the Claymore shotgun or Widow sniper rifle which were IIRC both described as being strong enough to break a normal human's arms with their recoil if they tried to use one in ME2 and were thus typically relegated to krogan or in the Widow's case Legion, a literal robot who's fully-synthetic body could take the stress. Even further evidence is almost everything Shepard does throughout ME2 and 3 that a normal human would likely not be able to do.