Why do a good majority of people make female characters?

#21MMF_Legacy(Topic Creator)Posted 12/19/2012 3:13:51 PM
ShockWav3 posted...
People that purposely play as girls in RPGs are the same kind that wear their girlfriends panties when they arent around. Its the same concept.


Thanks for clearing that up.
#22PathlessBulletPosted 12/19/2012 3:15:25 PM
Because a warrior goddess looks better than a scruff dirty neckbeard?
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#2395_EclipsePosted 12/19/2012 3:15:33 PM
99% of my chars are males, however I do occasionally make a female char, and its typically for a change of pace, and role play purposes. My only female char in Skyrim for example is a carry over RP from an MMO I used to play. I didn't control the char there, but basically brought it into the Skyrim realm to honor those old memories.

She is the daughter to my main char. I havn't player her as much as my others though. Basically she fulfilled her quest and is just on standby until I feel like making her a home somewhere, hearthfire actually helps, but I just havn't been in the mood to play the game at all since I had the issue where my game decided not to auto save like it was supposed to costing me quite a bit on my non combat char.
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#24SandalFuryPosted 12/19/2012 3:16:31 PM
Because of the modding community.
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#25MMF_Legacy(Topic Creator)Posted 12/19/2012 3:16:58 PM
PathlessBullet posted...
Because a warrior goddess looks better than a scruff dirty neckbeard?


I wouldn't mine having a warrior goddess as a follower but not as myself.
#26The_Beer_ScotchPosted 12/19/2012 3:20:32 PM
MMF_Legacy posted...
ShockWav3 posted...
People that purposely play as girls in RPGs are the same kind that wear their girlfriends panties when they arent around. Its the same concept.


Thanks for clearing that up.


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#27CRK44Posted 12/19/2012 3:23:00 PM
Every time I go to create a new character in Skyrim, I am reminded that I can actually make a female character.

In my mind, the title "Dragonborn" is better held by a male. However, The Champion of Cyrodiil and Nerevarine titles seem more unisex.
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#28RebelElite791Posted 12/19/2012 3:26:08 PM
CRK44 posted...
Every time I go to create a new character in Skyrim, I am reminded that I can actually make a female character.

In my mind, the title "Dragonborn" is better held by a male. However, The Champion of Cyrodiil and Nerevarine titles seem more unisex.


How the f*** do you possibly figure that.
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#29jrr18Posted 12/19/2012 3:28:15 PM
RebelElite791 posted...
CRK44 posted...
Every time I go to create a new character in Skyrim, I am reminded that I can actually make a female character.

In my mind, the title "Dragonborn" is better held by a male. However, The Champion of Cyrodiil and Nerevarine titles seem more unisex.


How the f*** do you possibly figure that.


Name one dragon with boobs. Dovakin is a male because all dragons are male.
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#30RikashiPosted 12/19/2012 3:29:44 PM
jrr18 posted...
RebelElite791 posted...
CRK44 posted...
Every time I go to create a new character in Skyrim, I am reminded that I can actually make a female character.

In my mind, the title "Dragonborn" is better held by a male. However, The Champion of Cyrodiil and Nerevarine titles seem more unisex.


How the f*** do you possibly figure that.


Name one dragon with boobs. Dovakin is a male because all dragons are male.


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