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Tutorial: How to Generate a Face Code for a Mass Effect 1 Character

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If you want to recreate your ME1 character from scratch in ME2 by converting slider values into a ME2 face code, here's how to do it. It's very simple, but you need to know what the slider values were for your ME1 character.

CONVERSION TABLE:

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Slider Value:         1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14    15    16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31   32   33   34
Face Code Value:  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   A     B     C     D     E      F       G     H     I      J     K     L     M     N    O     P     R      S     T     U     V    W     X     Y     Z

Example:

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Below are the slider values and the corresponding face code values according to the conversion table given above. Note that * is the value for the scar slider which isn't supported in ME2.

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7    5    3    11    ||    31    12    16    16    1    12    12    ||    1    10    15    16    16    1     1    ||    20    1    1    10    ||    10    1    1    16    16   ||    6    5    11    ||    4    9     16    4    ||    6    1    6

7    5    3     *     ||    W      C      G      G     1     C     C     ||    1     A      F      G      G     1     1   ||      K      1    1     A     ||    A     1    1     G     G    ||    6    5     B     ||     4    9      G    4    ||    6    1    6

Now let's put all these values into groups of three and add a dot between each group in order to form the face code, ignoring the value for the scar slider (*)...

ME2 Face Code:     753.WCG.G1C.C1A.FGG.11K.11A.A11.GG6.5B4.9G4.616

Here's how it looks like in ME2:

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PS. If you want to get ME1 slider values from a ME2 face code (i.e. the opposite of the method described here) you can use this tool here.

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Mass Effect is such a retarded game series. Yes, they are relatively solid and bug free games and I would agree that the series has a certain charm to it, but still, it's absolutely retarded. Even if you put aside your disbelief and accept the setting and the premise, the story and its progression and the games' design are both so idiotic, it almost makes you want to pull your hair out. At times, the stupidity of the games' design becomes more insulting than a Bethesda game. Sometimes it's not even subtle and rather, in your face. Considering the fact that Dragon Age series had the same kind of stuff, it's probably intentional. With each game it gets worse and worse. Of course, in order to see all that, you have to have an above average intelligence and should also take your fanboy glass off and question every single thing in these games asking yourself a lot "how?" and "why?" questions. Also, increasingly crappy animations, some minor, some game breaking glitches, you can even see the early signs of the incompetence that led to the Andromeda fiasco. Even some of the SJW shit is apparent in all of these games. Bioware is a very overrated game developer. VERY.

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