Well you will see why when you play the game. It will ruin everything if someone tells you. it's a MAJOR spoiler
He asked a specific question about a part of the game, not to be told it's a spoiler and he should go find out for himself.
It's fairly obvious that it's a spoiler to anyone with more than two brain cells, and if he asked anyway, he obviously doesn't care and just wants a straight answer to the question.
Wait sky really there is people with more than two brain cells? Also yeah I would like to know this to just out of Interest as I never did his choices. Except Saved the council.
Oh And its posted today!!!!!
I'd rather not comment.
I love how every post you've made his "It's posted today!" in it, baha. Mine too. I'm tracking it now. Hopefully it'll be an early delivery, but with couriers who knows - I've had stuff arrive as early as 6am, and as late as 7:30pm.
See I can count 2 and 2 makes 22. Oh and yeah I am desperate.
Pretty much if you've played 1 minute of ME3 you'll know so yeah.
But the whole thing does feel kind of arbitrary to me. If they were to claim he was still councilor at the beginning and then he stayed to fight and Udina then taking up his seat, because he was already working as his secretary/aide/whatever. At least that would've been more satisfactory for me.
Now I kind of have the feeling that I've been putting in all that effort from ME1 through 2 to get him in that seat just to have BioWare say '**** that, we're changing it'.
Yeah, but they did that with a lot of things. Even the overall arc of the story they basically skip 10 steps and place a good portion of information in the Arrival DLC from ME2. Don't get me wrong, this isn't as bad as ME2's intro where it basically just starts you all over again, but they entirely avoid the cool little things like the random conversations while tooling around the Citadel, for instance.
This is probably a bug, and should be fixed in hopefully a new patch very soon.
There is also a bug with Wrex not always being the leader of the Krogan Clan and instead his brother Wreav is. I can say that I too also saved the cidetal counsel but when you save the Krogans and Turians and there is a cutscene where the Salarian counselor says that they think you did good job by letting the old counsel die, even though you saved them.
Just so you guys know, you can ready about the council in the codex, it says that Anderson got fed up with all the stress or something and stepped down and Udina took his place.
I don't think this counts as a spoiler since its in the codex that you get at a certain point in the game, not sure where you get it, i was abit put off by anderson not being the councilor, but the codex explained it.
pretty much anderson NEEDED to become an admiral again for a story so he stepped down and let mr racist ftard become the councelor and omg he actually did a good job without me wanting to punch him this time.
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