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kortaag 09-20-2013 12:00 PM

Full portioning on character creation
 
Before too much is read into this, it's a valid point set by inability to do what is already possible for other portions of the body upon character development.

Ok so I think it's a little sexist to allow players to alter boob/chest sizes but there's no crotch adjustment bar. Why can't my character walk around with an equivalent to real life portions? So yes I know this sounds silly but seriously. If I can give my character huge breasts I want at least a realistic bulge.

anazonda 09-20-2013 12:02 PM

Well.. Most clothes today are designed to hide it...

And... yes... it does sound silly.

kortaag 09-20-2013 12:05 PM

In TNG they didn't hide it. Those near-leotard pants some of those dudes were wearing might as well have been a genital billboard sign. I don't think I want my characters to have a basketball sized buldge or anything but I certainly don't want all my characters that are male* to look post-op either.

cgta1967 09-20-2013 12:05 PM

do you really think this is an original topic to start a thread about ?

it's been done many times in STO history....and closed every time...

not an original or witty discussion topic at all for a family friendly game.

kortaag 09-20-2013 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by cgta1967 (Post 12488371)
do you really think this is an original topic to start a thread about ?

it's been done many times in STO history....and closed every time...

not an original or witty discussion topic at all for a family friendly game.

I think what you just said is only the weight of validity, rather than a precedent.

cgta1967 09-20-2013 12:12 PM

and I think what you are posting violates the rules of conduct and is infraction-able under:

Obscene/Vulgar/Inappropriate Objectionable Material
You may not create posts which contain language, comments, references, links, symbols, terms and/or imagery about and/or promote and/or otherwise support, in any manner whether directly or indirectly, obscene, vulgar, inappropriate and/or otherwise objectionable material or, that allude to, contain language, comments, references, links, symbols, terms and/or imagery about and/or promote and/or otherwise support, in any manner whether directly or indirectly, pornography and/or extreme violence or sexual acts.



so yeah.... very inappropriate.

And obviously deliberate as well.

stoutes 09-20-2013 12:13 PM

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Originally Posted by kortaag (Post 12488391)
I think what you just said is only the weight of validity, rather than a precedent.

I doubt if it is wise to talk about the weight of validity, the length of this discussion or bulging discussion that may come forth out of this reply.

kortaag 09-20-2013 12:17 PM

Well if immaturity is the only thing some people can muster to respond with, it'd be no wonder if a thread like this got closed prior. Even now I can see the book-burning fervor being placed as an effort.

kortaag 09-20-2013 12:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cgta1967 (Post 12488521)
and I think what you are posting violates the rules of conduct and is infraction-able under:

Obscene/Vulgar/Inappropriate Objectionable Material
You may not create posts which contain language, comments, references, links, symbols, terms and/or imagery about and/or promote and/or otherwise support, in any manner whether directly or indirectly, obscene, vulgar, inappropriate and/or otherwise objectionable material or, that allude to, contain language, comments, references, links, symbols, terms and/or imagery about and/or promote and/or otherwise support, in any manner whether directly or indirectly, pornography and/or extreme violence or sexual acts.



so yeah.... very inappropriate.

And obviously deliberate as well.

Your response reminds me of classic responses to legitimate inquiries about gender fairness. Like when the fortune 500 tried to cast female workers into the light of scanty opportunists looking to take over their businesses back in the 70's.

You need to calm down and be mature.

stoutes 09-20-2013 12:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kortaag (Post 12488811)
Your response reminds me of classic responses to legitimate inquiries about gender fairness. Like when the fortune 500 tried to cast female workers into the light of scanty opportunists looking to take over their businesses back in the 70's.

You need to calm down and be mature.

Please don't make the issue any bigger then it needs to be... Calm down and relax ;).


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