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This logic makes about as much sense as Theory of Knowledge Logic

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#7 - mrsecret (12/13/2013) [+] (19 replies)
Mass Effect has translators you ignorant swine
User avatar #10 - FrenzyMan (12/14/2013) [+] (9 replies)
i'm pretty sure in mass effect they all have some kind of implant that immediately translates what they say or something
#6 - yoloswagswagyolo (12/13/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Yeah.... Tanks
#71 - valorcore (12/14/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Oh skyrim...
#11 - whyunofeellucky ONLINE (12/14/2013) [-]
Fem-Shepard said in ME 2 that her translator did not pick up Thane's nickname for her "Siha"
#88 - hydromatic (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
They use universal translator chips in Mass Effect. Some have it installed in their omni-tool, others have it as an implant.
User avatar #3 - truffle (12/13/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Mass effect actually states that they have a device translating what they are saying.
#39 - randomwanker (12/14/2013) [-]
It's not about the species... it's about sending a message
User avatar #79 - spankyy (12/14/2013) [-]
In Mass Effect it's revealed on a few occasions that they use universal translators. Commander Shephard even comments at one point (can't remember the exact situation). That he/she thought their translator must be glitching.
User avatar #69 - sircool (12/14/2013) [-]
mass effect one: Technology: Translation Edit: Human cultures remain linguistically divided. Some converse in Spanish, others in Mandarin, Arabic, Swahili, etc. Every alien race has their own equally broad panoply of languages and dialects.

Most individuals know only their mother tongue, and rely on machine translation. Modern portable computers allow anyone with a few hundred credits of equipment to enjoy seamless real-time translation of alien languages, courtesy of handheld PDAs, computers in clothing or jewelry, or sub-dermal implants. Without fast and accurate translation, galactic trade and culture would not exist.

Governments provide subsidized software, updated through the public extranet "on the fly", often as users approach spaceport customs facilities. Even the batarians, who isolated themselves from galactic society nearly two decades ago, take pains to provide up-to-date glossaries and linguistic rules, though most suspect that this is only so they can continue exporting propaganda.

It is still considered broad-minded and practical to be able to speak without machine aid. Children often take courses in alien language, and most races can speak the simplified artificial "trade tongue" with little difficulty.

Some species must rely on machine translation to interact with the rest of the galaxy. Hanar, for example, cannot reproduce the spoken language of any humanoid species, and other races cannot reproduce hanar bioluminescence without mechanical aid. Newly discovered or obscure races don't have machine translation available until the linguists have had time to study them.
taken from the ******* in game codex.
#5 - bigmanblue (12/13/2013) [-]
the gun recoil is actualy fair enough
its a sudden unbalanced force which causes acceleration
to compensate for the recoil(to not have it happen) you would have to know exactly when to apply force to the gun and the exact amount and the exact direction
which unless you are some god who can predict the future aint gonna happen
User avatar #95 - parcedon ONLINE (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I have said this a hundred times before but ill say it again.

In the mass effect universe the omni-tool can act as a real time translator according to the ME 1 codex.

On top of that. the galaxy does speak a basic trade language, just like in starwars, which is portrayed as English for our benefit.
#18 - moofinbanana (12/14/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Heavy Knight Armour offers same protection as Pajamas.
#116 - linktheherooftime (12/14/2013) [-]
I have problems with my vocal-cords, and all I can manage to say are short grunts. On top of that my Triforce of Courage allows me to over come great fear and impossible odds. So why would I need it when the bitches are lining up at my door for my Master Sword?
#129 - saltyfries (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
To be fair Link doesn't have to talk to girls, they all come to him anyways
User avatar #110 - timelordeternal (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm pretty sure the omni-tools have translators in tem.
#120 - oodlesandoodles (12/14/2013) [-]
We've been through this goddamn it. They don't all speak English. Hell, I doubt the Krogan and the Turians even have the mouth parts necessary to form English words. They have universal translators in their omni tools that allow them to understand each other.
We've been through this goddamn it. They don't all speak English. Hell, I doubt the Krogan and the Turians even have the mouth parts necessary to form English words. They have universal translators in their omni tools that allow them to understand each other.
#114 - felixjarl (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
''I think my translator just glitched''   
   
   
~Femshep, mass effect 2
''I think my translator just glitched''


~Femshep, mass effect 2
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