Krogans in the Mass Effect universe have an extra set of secondary organs and yes, that consists of testicles. While that little understanding has actually been around for some time, what numerous may not understand is that this solidified race of warriors really has Star Trek to thank for their extra…um, possessions.
Krogans have secondary organs with an additional heart, an extra set of lungs, and more all in the evolutionary effort to be the greatest of the strong. The extra set of nether areas was developed in the very first video game however what’s intriguing is how that choice became. In an interview with The Gamer, Mass Effect 3 author Chris Hepler shed this much-needed light on the speak about ballsacks.
“I believe the most exemplifying little tradition involves the Krogan,” Hepler informed the website. “I at first believed it was incredibly cool to have a types with backup secondary organs up until I saw more Star Trek than I utilized to and understood that the [first] Mass Effect group most likely understood from the Klingons.
“But Mass Effect went where Star Trek never ever would, and someplace in Mass Effect 2, they concluded, ‘well, Krogan should have backup testicles, too.’ By the time Mass Effect 3 rolled around, the discussion had lots of slang about ‘not having the quad for it.’ So the development from a stodgy Codex description in [the first] Mass Effect to jokes and amusing character voices by Mass Effect 3 makes me seem like the group improved at some things as we went along.”
The more you understand.
So where Star Trek didn’t include the additional set, the group at BioWare did, and battling the excellent battle settled since speaking about Krogan testicles will never ever get old. Now if just BioWare would let us really love a Krogan…
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[Source: The Gamer]