I won't get into it, but in both this game and BL1, there's no certain word on Bloodwing's sex. I'm going to say "female" because Mordecai keep's calling her "girl" in this game (though the wikia says Mordecai called Bloodwing "boy" in a few quotes) --- Merciful Buddha Posts: 2x: 77; 3x: 9; 4x: 7; 5x: 5; *6x: 2; 7x/8x!: 1;**25X POST!**
Bloodwing's species change genders from male to female as they go on in life. BL1 it was a he, BL2 it's a she. --- ~Gujin http://i39.tinypic.com/v830c3.jpg http://i46.tinypic.com/34gvgnb.gif http://i49.tinypic.com/mlttw9.jpg
Ah.. I think everyone is uncertain, to be honest. Some characters refer to Bloodwing as a boy, while Mordecai mentions it as a girl/ sometimes boy? More often than not, it's girl. --- GT: Contingent Cat
It's hard to say. In the first game, he literally calls it "boy" in one of his quotes if Bloodwing gets a kill. I remember something along the lines of "Good boy!".
Dunno what's up with the inconsistency in the sequel.
I'm going to assume that his old Bloodwing died and this is a new one that he raised, which is a female. --- "Fight for them, then, and die for their sins!" -Dracula, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Bloodwing is a girl, you get proof during the credits.
And no, this isn't a new bloodwing. Bloodwing's are rare, she was the only one on pandora.
rare like the flocks and flocks of them I killed in zombie island. --- There is one big difference between Call of Duty and Skyrim. Call of Duty adds content each game while Bethesda takes away. -MC2011