Friday, January 4, 2013
afragmentcastadrift:

Recruiting Liara. I regret not having the option to poke at the blue bubble and giggle mischievously. 

LIARAAAAA!!!!
No, even better than Liara - Liara/FShep shenanigans!!!

afragmentcastadrift:

Recruiting Liara. I regret not having the option to poke at the blue bubble and giggle mischievously. 

LIARAAAAA!!!!

No, even better than Liara - Liara/FShep shenanigans!!!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

my oddball thoughts on the omega dlc

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Delia Shepard does not take crap from anyone. I will be attempting to channel her attitude and hopefully have a more productive afternoon than morning.

Delia Shepard does not take crap from anyone. I will be attempting to channel her attitude and hopefully have a more productive afternoon than morning.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

It’s time to show off my Shepards. Allow me to present Delia Shepard and Rinna Shepard. *Faces reconstructed in ME3 to the best of my ability.*

Monday, February 20, 2012

Why I love Liara… or Mass Effect as CBT

From the moment I first chatted with Liara in Mass Effect, I felt at home with her. She was quiet and scholarly and a little bit sad and painfully awkward. She was sweet and inquisitive, earnestly trying her best to fit in. And then, after Noveria, she was also grieving.

I’ve never been able to personally identify with Shepard all that well. Shep is everything I’m not - assertive, direct, goal-oriented, seemingly fearless in the face of death. But I identified with Liara.

Being kind to Liara - especially with a badass renegade FemShep who’s typically terse with everyone else - feels a lot like a lesson in being kind to me. Shep gets to role play the mean voice in my head, but she has to stfu and love Liara. So there. Mass Effect as cognitive behavioral therapy. That’s probably weird and stuff, but I don’t care. People are weird. I’m no exception.