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How would you rank Mara, Eris, Tess, Ana, Suraya, Amanda, Ikora, the Mysterious Stranger, Lakshmi, Tyra, Petra, and Sloane? I added Omnigul and made Failsafe’s alter-egos two, because I like the sarcastic one better. I almost used the woman statue out in front of the Trotsland church in place of Omnigul (and still ahead of Amanda, no less), but the grid had filled up perfectly by then.

This ranking is, so far, only populated by characters released since the Warmind expansion in May 2018, so I don’t know of the future female characters. I am also aware of the Stranger’s identity, but left her named Stranger. I decided not to add my female guardians, and was also originally going to put in a few of the roaming NPC no-name technicians from the D1 tower and reef, but the grid lined up so well =) Anyhow, here’s the list for you to rage over (click for larger size) =)

Of particular issue in discussion was that Tess needed to be swapped with Amanda, as there are quite a few Amanda fans out there — but I am from the south and I am well over quota for hillbilly-sounding ladies, plus to me she’s about a 3/10. Tess ranks so high for me, being not only a fist-biter gorgeous to me, but she is also voiced by Claudia Black, who is the actress which played Aeryn Sun, a hot takes-no-BS warrior character from the classic sci-fi show (that I generally dislike with her as an exception) called Farscape.

I would have ranked Ikora higher, as she is really pretty to me, but she is just so irrational in her attitude and dialogue that I don’t think she has the guts to stay in Vanguard leadership. She just so whiny and moaning some kind of “oh it is all my fault” garbage, plus she now represents a barrier between our guardian being able to play whichever story mission we want. Her sky-is-falling type of reaction to things puts her way down in rank for me. I loved her voice actress, who played Zoe Washburne in Firefly, tho =)

The “damaged” category heading doesn’t mean emotionally-damaged (but is a pun), but instead refers to the category of armor you have on at the beginning of the campaign, which is listed in your inventory to the effect of, “Boots (damaged)”..

The universe of Destiny and Halo are very similar.. if they are not connected by universe, then there is an awful lot of coincidences. There are some adaptations from Halo that Destiny expands on, but I’ll try to stick to the more closely-matched elements. I’m not claiming they’re identical — just similar. They are, of course, made by the same company: Bungie.

Halo: Hunters (big fat enemy alien with large physical shield but has a sweet spot), Elites (adult human-sized alien with overshields), Jackals (skinny teen-sized, accessory functions like snipers), Grunts (childlike, easy-kill infantry alien), Sentinel (flying robot/drone enemy).

Destiny: Cabal (fat bulky warriors, some have a huge shield, which has a sweet spot), Fallen Captain (adult human-sized alien with shield-health before normal health), Vandals (skinny teen-sized alien, mostly accessory positions like snipers), Dregs (child/pre-teen sized easy kill infantry alien), Servitor (flying robot/drone enemy)

Halo: Conversion-Zombie race aliens (“Flood”), which takes existing race aliens and converts them to their mutated species and become enemies of all including same of original species, even if previously friendly. Has classes of warriors in tiny (popcorn/spore), mid (incubator, human/covie converts), captain-like (pureforms, hunter converts).

Destiny: Conversion-Zombie race aliens (“Taken”) which takes existing race aliens and converts them to their mutated species and become enemies all including of same original species even if previously friendly. Has classes of warriors in tiny, mid, captain-like based on original-species ranks.

Both also have a “voice in your head” character that speaks to you from loosely the back of your head. In Halo/b>, Cortana’s physical data drive connects to back of your helmet and speaks into your ear speakers, and occasionally be removed to do something to a computer. In Destiny, Ghost stays in your backpack and speaks to you from there, but can be pulled out to do something to a computer.