i love Tali and i love the concept of hope in general ofcourse but i'm just really curious why you decided hope applies to Tali so much why does hope define Tali or her role in Mass Effect? why does it apply to her more than other Mass Effect characters? or what was it about Tali's story that made her the vehicle of hope in the series? etc because i like it but i'm not sure i get it
Idk something about living in a suit your whole life that even the smallest rip sending you to your death. And yet she is there on the front line against the reapers. She pushed forward for her entire race, she was selfless while most of the other characters had their own private agenda.Even when she was exiled she still looked out for her people. If anything Tali and Shepard both had the strongest commitment to good.
- Liara was pretty much in it to go against her mother, gain knowledge and then get revenge. - Garrus just wanted revenge - Jack wanted revenge - Miranda pretty much had everything handed to her and was only in it for her own personal feelings. Was it her sisters safety that mattered? Or how Miranda would feel if she didn't do anything? - Thane just wanted "Salvation" I guess for all the dumb shit he did. - The justicar just wanted to correct her own mistake, pretty much like Thane. - Ashley had no other reason of being there other then just because she was a solider.
Hope - it springs eternal. No matter who may try to tarnish it, pretend it is not there, or mistake a favourable outcome for a bad one, hope springs eternal. A simple emotion, and one that this brought about.