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I thought Thane was handle pretty well in ME3. I am glad Bioware didn't create some Space Magic Cure for him. I dunno what they think this protest will accomplish. I don't see Bioware changing anything regarding Thane story in ME3.
Why. Protest. This. geez, it was made very clear in ME2 that he was DYING. This should not come as a shock that he would choose to die fighting. Ugh, I would think people would be more upset at Jacobs baby momma drama. They took all of FemShep's ME2 LI (straight) choices away (Except Garrus) seems like there would have been more of a protest on that then a sick man dying. *FacePalm*
Ever wonder if/when Bioware is going to throw in the White towel and say "F**k it, we are sick of you people and your Bi**hing, whining and complaining. We are going to do what we want from now on. So S*ck it."
"...Our second quest includes a surprise reveal. We are tasked with finding a group of Hanar scientists that are being held captive on the crime-ridden planet Invictus. The Normandy lands in a local dock where an unexpected, but welcome, Drell assassin greets us. Thane Krios, the companion from Mass Effect 2 is going to be accompanying you on this mission. Thane is suffering from a disease known as 'Kepral's Syndrome,' and the scientists in question are working on a cure for this very sickness... "While Thane is only a temporary companion, you can rest assured that you will feel content with his inclusion."
There are no reliable galactic dating services. To have a shot at romance you need to talk to people