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Everyone knows that the only correct choice for making the Rigellian laborbeast with two backs in Mass Effect is a turian—specifically, one. Very well, thank you. There are female turians and there are male turians "the usual" way, meaning sexual reproduction, is probably the. Funny conversation between a Turian and a Quarian.

kwansei.info › wiki › Turian. Dramatis personae Valni Severan – Turian female – Warrant Officer/Team Leader Amélia T'Rani . "Turians probably don't perform oral sex. As touched as I am by the femahep/Garrus romance, I'm incredibly curious about the mechanics of all this. We learn a bit about asari sex, but not so much turian.

kwansei.info › wiki › Turian. As for the so-called "naked" Turian art that was released during mass effect Garrus doesn't seem the kind of guy would have sex with her if it. Very well, thank you. There are female turians and there are male turians "the usual" way, meaning sexual reproduction, is probably the.






By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand turian Terms of Service. There are female turians and there are male turians Male and female turians don't differ much sex appearance except that females don't have "backwards horn-extensions" on their heads:. The reason why we don't see female sex until the Mass Effect 3: Omega DLC is because the developers simply didn't have the resources to make female models for turians; sex also didn't have an idea about how to differentiate between males and females at least according to Wikiawhich cites this interview.

I remember a conversation between Garrus ans Shepard from Mass Effect 2where Garrus sex his quarrel with a female shipmate. The quarrel was decided to be settled during a full-contact sparring.

Garrus describes turian as having "reach" due sex his longer turian the female, on the other hand, turian "flexibility". Long story short, they ended up settling their quarrel in another way that would let them blow off sex. You can listen to the conversation in the following video:. From that I conclude that turians are turian to procreate as turian species; and reproduce sexually within their own species.

I haven't played Mass Effect: Andromeda yet, but it appears that it is possible to have a romance with a female turian:. Gosh, that guy's face looks hideous. The Mass Effect wiki makes the following claim :. Turian features are avian, making them resemble humanoid birds or raptors, however unlike most Earth avian creatures, turians are viviparous and give birth to live young. Surprisingly, this particular sentence has a citation, specifically an alleged tweet by patsquinade who I presume is or was a Bioware employee.

Unfortunately, the owner of sex account has now hidden it, so I see no way to verify this information. It does not appear in the codex, to my knowledge. We do know that turians raise their young in much the same way as humans do as opposed to giving birth and then immediately disowning them, which is common in the animal kingdombecause Mass Effect: Homeworlds depicts Garrus's childhood, and shows his interactions with his turian.

I'm not doing this to punish you. My job as your father isn't to make your life easy -- it's to teach you how to be an adult. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How do turians reproduce? Ask Question. Asked 2 years, 7 months ago.

Active 2 years, 7 months ago. Viewed 5k times. Compared with the Asari, developers didn't give too many details about turians. Gallifreyan Snowflake Snowflake 51 1 1 silver badge 3 3 bronze badges. Given Asari are a sex case hence the need for details Sex think we turian presume Very well, thank you. Male and female turians don't differ much in appearance except that females don't have "backwards horn-extensions" on their heads: From Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC The reason why we don't see female turians until the Mass Effect 3: Omega DLC is because the developers simply didn't have the resources sex make female models for turians; they also didn't have an idea about how to differentiate between males and females at least according to Wikiawhich cites this interview.

Gallifreyan Gallifreyan The Mass Effect wiki makes the following claim : Turian features are avian, making them resemble humanoid birds or raptors, however unlike most Earth avian creatures, turians are viviparous and give birth to live young.

We do know that turians raise their young in much the same way as humans do as opposed to giving birth and then immediately disowning them, which is common in the animal kingdombecause Mass Effect: Homeworlds depicts Garrus's childhood, and shows his interactions with his father: Transcript of the relevant line: I'm not doing this to punish you.

Kevin Kevin 8, 5 5 gold badges 35 35 silver badges 56 56 bronze badges. Do you think they can lay eggs? If the wiki is correct, they don't lay turian that's what "viviparous" means. If you don't buy the wiki as a reliable source, then turian guess is as good as mine.

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But these have to be everted before they can be used. ShadowHunters Hobbyist Traditional Artist. So I know this is really late, but I've wondered that if in their primal times.

Just a thought as their vocal tones are highly suspected to be able to make these sounds. Any thoughts on how turinans generate sounds that can be turned into speech? I've read somewhere, can't remember where, that the speech is generated within air passages above the lungs, possibly involving nasal pasaages - which would explain the flanging quality of their speech and their sub-harmonics.

Thanks for whatever input you can provide. Really late post here. Agree with much of what you said, except the bits on surnames, courtship behaviour, being based on Roman culture the fact that they've duels and are thus an honour culture should be a big red warning sign, personally I'd say they're closer to late c.

For simplicity's sake, I'm going to consider Palaven throughout its history as homogenuous here even though there's hints the whole "proud soldier race" thing only came at the beginning of the space age or even later.

Based on hierarchy and rank as they are, it doesn't seem unlikely that at least in their pre-spaceflight history they'd place great importance on descent and lineage, which is more easily proven in the female line. Shared surnames do not come from the oppression of woman, but from the understanding that a married couple would join their household and become a legal unit up into the 20th century, many western codes of law considered husband and wife as the same person.

The fact that western couples usually take the male's name derives from our usual method of inheritance. Also, I don't see how Solana Vakarian features into this, unless she and Garrus were bonded. The different species' hats are self-cultivated stereotypes with some basis in fact. We know that turians feel romantic attachments ho ho ho. Sense of duty only goes so far, and rarely against reason.

Besides, one would have thought this might have come up with Garrus. Nor was it in any way based on merit. The point may be somewhat academic, but still. As a historian, things like these bug me. Thing is, we know they do. I think it's safe to assume that translator software for any languages but hanar bioluminescence doesn't alter proper names.

Blame it on their bizarre vocal apparatus. Atroxa Hobbyist Digital Artist. They were considered property up until the last century in most of the world and still are in some parts. You can debate that with your own personal feelings on the matter but that's just the truth of things.

You can have a unified name without taking a single surname and without taking a man's last name, I would think some sort of naming system that reflects both parentage, either like a hyphenation or maybe how they traditionally have done surnames in Mexico where a lot of people had two last names, one from their father's family and one from their mother's.

I was asking about Solana because was trying to determine if perhaps females inherit their mother's name and males their father's, which could be another method. It is obvious they form romantic attachment, but so have humans, even in the days where arranged marriages were the norm. That doesn't invalidate my theory that arranged marriages are still rather common. And you would think, but we both know how lazy Bioware is. I mean, you don't learn a whole lot about turian culture from Garrus anyway, most of what we know is from in-game data.

I'm just going with what was officially stated. For all we know, their native language is entirely clicks and growls. Look at some African languages that possess clicks and other sounds that don't really have a letter correlation in most Western languages, the proper names for those tribes, their places, their languages, are usually given with something easier to pronounce. Either they're given a Western name or as close as Western language can get.

So, for turian-human translation, instead of having humans attempting to pronounce these things and butchering them, they're given an associative name that is translated properly to turians by the software.

Same with turians to humans, things that they couldn't pronounce probably have their own sort of 'place holder' names that would be easier said by a turian mouth, but when they say those, in translation to the human it's replaced with the proper name. While it is obviously true that, on the whole, wives were considered subservient to their husbands, they were extremely rarely considered legal property that's called slavery.

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User Info: 7 years ago 1 Scientifically, I mean. For those who are really knowledgeable when it comes to this series, how exactly does Commander Shepard wake up after a night with Garrus without scratches and i think ME3 makes it very clear they have intercourse? I was thinking that Turians are really not that large without the armor. Garrus in his casual wear isn't incredibly tall nor does he have wide chest, hips, etc.

As for the so-called "naked" Turian art that was released during mass effect 1, is it possible that it was just a concept art, like so many others? Maybe Turians have a metallic-like skin, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's rough or has many rough edges.

User Info: Topic Creator 7 years ago 2 bump If you don't have anything stupid to say, don't say anything at all. User Info: Bhellium Bhellium 7 years ago 3 Carefully. User Info: AllDay AllDay 7 years ago 4 Well the Pingas is an organ rather than a muscle, so chances are it wouldn't have the same "protection" as the rest of the body.

User Info: Malzel Malzel 7 years ago 5 They have a sort of chitinous scaling on their bodies. User Info: Topic Creator 7 years ago 7 Well, yes, the genitalia was half of it. User Info: Topic Creator 7 years ago 10 It's always the person you expect the least.

The worst Turian Sentinel in the history of Turian Sentinels and the galaxy in g. Was a certain choice regarding the Krogan the right one? Whoever invented Banshees is a genius. What is the best assault rifle? The turians evolved this trait as a defense against the greater levels of solar radiation that penetrate their homeworld's weak magnetic field.

Turian mating behaviour is similar to that of birds from Earth - their species utilises a system of sexual selection known as intersexual selection more commonly known as "female choice". As suggested by its collequial name, intersexual selection is where females possess the choice in which males have earned the right to mate with them.

Because females are the selective sex of the species, males have to compete with each other to attract a mate to ensure their genes are passed on to the next generation.

As such turian males have developed several unique traits that make them different in appearance to females, which act as visual stimuli to impress potential mates - it is these features that females judge males by, and those with the most impressive features often win her favour.

This sexual dimorphism between males and females is rather subtle to other species, like humans, who often find it difficult to differentiate between both turian sexes, but the easiest way to indentify a male from a female is to simply look at their head, as only the males possess the impressive crest of horns which turians are reknowned for. This crest, known as a fringe, is the most powerful weapon in a turian male's arsenal when it comes to attracting females - the longer the fringe, the more attractive the male is to a potential mate.

Males will flaunt and display their crests in a rather garish fashion, with swift head-turns and head-bobbing to emphasise their fringe's length. Even though they possess other features on which to be judged, females will often outrightly ignore males with shorter stunted fringes, unless they are the lowest in the pecking order.

Another feature at a male's disposal is their body plating. While all turians possess these scales to protect themselves for solar radiation, females tend to pair with males who possess thicker plates and larger carapaces. This is due to two reasons. Firstly, because of the strong levels of background radiation on their homeworld, the fertility rates of turian males are substantially lower than those of males from other species - having a thicker plating with a higher concentration of thulium often results in the males being more fertile, due to increased protection from sperm-killing solar radiation.