When recovering the hospital, Kaidan has his shirt off but Ashley doesn't. Despite being unconscious. If it was relevant to have his shirt on, they both would. If it was relevant to have it off, they both wouldn't. Clearly the Reapers are trying to keep their indoctrination within some realm of decent parental content, otherwise it doesn't add up. --- I'm so corny sometimes!
#3Afghan_Whig777Posted 4/4/2012 4:21:44 PM
No, you're looking into it way more than intended.
The constant danger signs whenever vent boy is mentioned was a more interesting theory --- GT: Arcade Fire87
#4charon78auPosted 4/4/2012 4:22:17 PM
Also, the asari in the citadel (hospital included) all...look...the SAME
O___O --- A next-gen G-Police? I would pre-order the **** out of that. GT: Charon78
#5Fade_ChokesPosted 4/4/2012 4:22:26 PM
Not sure if serious... --- The Chief: "...you are also getting a new partner" Blasto: "Are you engaging in reproductive behavior with this one?"
#6KarmaZeroPosted 4/4/2012 4:23:15 PM(edited)
she is reciting the poem invictus which was more about persevering in crushing times, which she was because she just got messed up and there's an impending reaper invasion its not really solid evidence for IT
#7TalicPartTwoPosted 4/4/2012 4:24:47 PM
That's interesting. I never thought about that
I kind of felt the same way about the prayer Thane was trying to say for Shepard. That it hints at indoctrination. With the line something like "his heart is pure, but beset by wickedness"
That being said, I don't see it as giving the theory credibility. Still an interesting thought.
#8spfurm01Posted 4/4/2012 4:25:02 PM
I thought it was just topical, as her head nearly got smashed in by a robot.
Maybe I'm just taking this at face value. --- We know Gavorn's tricks! We leave!