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Muscular body for a female character!

otnosyashhijsyaotnosyashhijsya Member Posts: 4 Arc User
We can change the appearance of our characters in a very wide range.

We do not have the opportunity to create a female character with really embossed and raised muscles.

When I work with appearance settings, I can give the character of the women's sex about which you can say - She trains muscles in the gym."

Unfortunately her muscles are very missing relief, at least at the level that every male character has by default.

As you know, muscular women (Vixis) are a canon for films.

Please give the players the opportunity to create muscular female characters with a relief drawn muscles.

For example, creating in the appearance settings switching between several physique options. Obesity, dense, thin and muscular physique as an option.

It will be useful for roleplay. But which is much more important for the most player's to transfer himself in the game.

I know that the STO team has a lot of work but I ask you to pay attention to this request.
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    bigblackafricabigblackafrica Member Posts: 151 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    I second this request. We should definitely have muscle mommies to step on us throughout the galaxy.
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    leemwatsonleemwatson Member Posts: 5,396 Arc User
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.
    "You don't want to patrol!? You don't want to escort!? You don't want to defend the Federation's Starbases!? Then why are you flying my Starships!? If you were a Klingon you'd be killed on the spot, but lucky for you.....you WERE in Starfleet. Let's see how New Zealand Penal Colony suits you." Adm A. Necheyev.
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    equinox976equinox976 Member Posts: 2,284 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    Hmm... I wonder if Drozana station will see a resurgance of popularity. I hear 'pressups' are highly regarded there.
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    phoenixc#0738 phoenixc Member Posts: 5,682 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    If you think PSO2 is rife with that kind of stuff you must not have seen "League of Maidens" (though since it is essentially single player but with MMO style chat that kind of stuff is not as bad as it could be). The Discord for that game has a category for player pictures and they get a bit ... weird ... to say the least.
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    paradox#7391 paradox Member Posts: 1,800 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    Depends on the fetish, I personally have a thing for big (Censored - BMR) and tall women.
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    paradox#7391 paradox Member Posts: 1,800 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    Already had an Orion one as a Boff, Neura is the Buff Orion Dommy Mommy you're looking for...

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    baddmoonrizinbaddmoonrizin Member Posts: 10,547 Community Moderator
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    Depends on the fetish, I personally have a thing for big (Censored - BMR) and tall women.

    Let's watch our language, please. Thank you.
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    otnosyashhijsyaotnosyashhijsya Member Posts: 4 Arc User
    Already had an Orion one as a Boff, Neura is the Buff Orion Dommy Mommy you're looking for...

    I also did in a similar style.
    Character and her officers of the bridge.
    As I said, the problem of the inability to female characters to have precisely muscles or obesity instead of manipulating sizes and proportions.
    Example.
    The player decided to create a Klingon character.
    She, according to the player’s plan, is Vixis's granddaughter and looks like a grandmother in her youth.
    And...
    The granddaughter will not receive muscles like a grandmother.
    If you maintain proportions and growth, her body will not differ from the body of Elisa Flores.
    In order to draw a body in the game like Vixis, it is necessary to give it a muscle drawing.
    At least the shoulders, arms, legs and abdomen. The muscles of the neck and back are desirable.
    It should be even more pronounced than the default male characters in game.
    When I created the Orion woman to bring her clearly muscular, I had to give her the proportions of the body like that of Natalia Trukhina or Andrea Shaw. Pulling his shoulders and arms with legs to the maximum.
    If you create a middle -sized female character, the player can only make wider shoulders.
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    leemwatsonleemwatson Member Posts: 5,396 Arc User
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    If you think PSO2 is rife with that kind of stuff you must not have seen "League of Maidens" (though since it is essentially single player but with MMO style chat that kind of stuff is not as bad as it could be). The Discord for that game has a category for player pictures and they get a bit ... weird ... to say the least.

    PSO2 US was far worse than it is now thanks to a huge ban wave after MS threatened to increase it's age rating, although PSO2 JP didn't follow suit. There was a small group that got really upset that they cut a revealing shower scene from the US version. :lol:
    Already had an Orion one as a Boff, Neura is the Buff Orion Dommy Mommy you're looking for...

    I also did in a similar style.
    Character and her officers of the bridge.
    As I said, the problem of the inability to female characters to have precisely muscles or obesity instead of manipulating sizes and proportions.
    Example.
    The player decided to create a Klingon character.
    She, according to the player’s plan, is Vixis's granddaughter and looks like a grandmother in her youth.
    And...
    The granddaughter will not receive muscles like a grandmother.
    If you maintain proportions and growth, her body will not differ from the body of Elisa Flores.
    In order to draw a body in the game like Vixis, it is necessary to give it a muscle drawing.
    At least the shoulders, arms, legs and abdomen. The muscles of the neck and back are desirable.
    It should be even more pronounced than the default male characters in game.
    When I created the Orion woman to bring her clearly muscular, I had to give her the proportions of the body like that of Natalia Trukhina or Andrea Shaw. Pulling his shoulders and arms with legs to the maximum.
    If you create a middle -sized female character, the player can only make wider shoulders.

    Why don't you just create a muscular 'female' by using the male options in character creator??
    "You don't want to patrol!? You don't want to escort!? You don't want to defend the Federation's Starbases!? Then why are you flying my Starships!? If you were a Klingon you'd be killed on the spot, but lucky for you.....you WERE in Starfleet. Let's see how New Zealand Penal Colony suits you." Adm A. Necheyev.
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    paradox#7391 paradox Member Posts: 1,800 Arc User
    leemwatson wrote: »
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    If you think PSO2 is rife with that kind of stuff you must not have seen "League of Maidens" (though since it is essentially single player but with MMO style chat that kind of stuff is not as bad as it could be). The Discord for that game has a category for player pictures and they get a bit ... weird ... to say the least.

    PSO2 US was far worse than it is now thanks to a huge ban wave after MS threatened to increase it's age rating, although PSO2 JP didn't follow suit. There was a small group that got really upset that they cut a revealing shower scene from the US version. :lol:
    Already had an Orion one as a Boff, Neura is the Buff Orion Dommy Mommy you're looking for...

    I also did in a similar style.
    Character and her officers of the bridge.
    As I said, the problem of the inability to female characters to have precisely muscles or obesity instead of manipulating sizes and proportions.
    Example.
    The player decided to create a Klingon character.
    She, according to the player’s plan, is Vixis's granddaughter and looks like a grandmother in her youth.
    And...
    The granddaughter will not receive muscles like a grandmother.
    If you maintain proportions and growth, her body will not differ from the body of Elisa Flores.
    In order to draw a body in the game like Vixis, it is necessary to give it a muscle drawing.
    At least the shoulders, arms, legs and abdomen. The muscles of the neck and back are desirable.
    It should be even more pronounced than the default male characters in game.
    When I created the Orion woman to bring her clearly muscular, I had to give her the proportions of the body like that of Natalia Trukhina or Andrea Shaw. Pulling his shoulders and arms with legs to the maximum.
    If you create a middle -sized female character, the player can only make wider shoulders.

    Why don't you just create a muscular 'female' by using the male options in character creator??

    Maybe they're on console, on the console version you can't save something you made in character creator/tailor and then transfer it over onto another character.
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    paradox#7391 paradox Member Posts: 1,800 Arc User
    leemwatson wrote: »
    As long as it's restricted enough to not turn the game into another 'Pervert's Online like Phantasy Star Online 2.

    Depends on the fetish, I personally have a thing for big (Censored - BMR) and tall women.

    Let's watch our language, please. Thank you.

    Ok, I'll mind my language.
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    otnosyashhijsyaotnosyashhijsya Member Posts: 4 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    leemwatson wrote: »
    Why don't you just create a muscular 'female' by using the male options in character creator??

    Because I do not create new characters.
    I have all the fractions and all recruits.
    The main character of the female romulan allied with the Federation.
    For her, character, habits, history and so on are worked out.
    And I would like to make her muscular to the present.
    The same is the same as people who wanted to create a fat character. Yes, this can also be imitated by sliders, but this is exactly what imitation.
    You have proposed an option for those who create new characters.
    In addition, this is the same bypassing option as what I did myself to make the character muscular.
    And he imposes a number of restrictions on outfits, hairstyles and a number of functions.
    For example, there are no long nails, skirts (except kilt) and breast adjustment.
    And even the male character does not have six cubes that my main character would like to scare the Klingons.


    Having decided the work affairs, i'm tried to make a muscular "female" character from a man.
    The result is not at all satisfactory.
    The imitation looks unreliable, and therefore causes only laughter.
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    paradox#7391 paradox Member Posts: 1,800 Arc User
    edited January 2023
    And even the male character does not have six cubes that my main character would like to scare the Klingons.

    Six Cubes?,

    By that do you mean a Six-Pack?,

    Sorry just never heard of six cubes be used as a way to referred to a group of muscles.

    If the muscle lines then it'll have to be a skin texture, It'll be like for example how Romulan characters occasionally get Cardassian skin when it comes to the chest area.
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    otnosyashhijsyaotnosyashhijsya Member Posts: 4 Arc User
    By that do you mean a Six-Pack?

    You're right. Yes - "Six-Pack." Pardon me.
    English is not my native language and I use the translator.
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    paradox#7391 paradox Member Posts: 1,800 Arc User
    By that do you mean a Six-Pack?

    You're right. Yes - "Six-Pack." Pardon me.
    English is not my native language and I use the translator.

    It's Ok.
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