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Been meaning to ask this for some time but there are a few segments, 4 from what i can remember where characters have made statements about being in a relationship with other figures. Now note that I have nothing against this but im just kind confused if its a form of speech or the dialogue is wrong or something.
Im hoping this doesnt turn into some debate or something I just want to understand better. here are the segments.
1.Sir Hammerlock talking about an old boyfriend, could be a term of affection staring that he was male and also his friend. I think this was during the quest where you had to collect some information he was going to plagiarize.
2."What's yours is Mine" quest. the hyperion guy made a crude joke about the bandits having sex with females or each other, probably just being an ass.
3. The Wildlife Preservation test subject. Jack keeps forcing that particular doctor to perform tests on a male with the skull shivers. Another individual in the echo recording pleads that they should not go through with it because his husband has the skull shivers and will die or spread the infection further. They were both male.
4. In the same echo recording as 3, Jack threatens to kill the doctor performing the experiment's wife. The doctor who is also female is in shock and proceeds with the experiment for fear of what Jack would do to her wife.
Has anyone else noticed these discrepancies or am I just looking too much into it? once again I dont mean to offend anyone, I simply wish to understand.
I'm pretty sure they're all intentional. At first I thought Hammerlock referring to an old boyfriend was just some kind of gentlemanly/polite jargon, but then I heard the others and figured that they definitely wanted to have some sort of gay presence on Pandora. A male voice actor referring to his husband is something that stands out. If that was unintentional, someone must have kept that sound clip pretty well hidden from QA.