Rahggi is pretty short and the tips of her horns are about level with other people’s eyes, throats, and chests. Instead of being careful about it she wears sharp metal tips to increase the damage. Also because she thinks they look good on her.
“I live in a diverse area, and the few Pocahontas and Mulan items that are in stock at the Disney store (and Jasmine, Tiana, and Big Hero 6 items, to a lesser degree) sell out almost instantly. It annoys me, as Pocahontas and Mulan are my favorite characters. Why doesnʻt Disney make more merchandise for the POC characters when thereʻs such a high demand for it?”
So here’s a thing that’s been on my mind for a few days and I just really want to say it: Bioware may not be perfect and their portrayals may not be perfect either, but they at least put women in their games. They at least try. As a kid growing up I remember being perpetually disappointed in the fact that I could never play as a female character or that the female characters in a given game were either unrelatable or damsels-in-distress. Bioware’s games were seriously the first games I ever played that allowed me to choose my character and how I wanted to interact with others. And on top of that they gave me interesting and problematic female NPCs. Bioware still has a long way to go, but they are trying and I’m not going to fault them for that. Unlike fucking Ubisoft (I’m forever bitter about Assassin’s Creed).