Mass Effect 3 FemShep Vote, Round 2: Pick a Hair Color

Voting on the face for the female Commander Shepard model for Mass Effect 3 has wrapped up, with a big portion of votes declaring the blonde, not-really-looking-like-she-could-handle-a-fight version of Shepard the winner. Now it’s time for the next step in the vote: hair color.

Hit this link to take part in the vote for FemShep’s hair color on Facebook, which includes four different versions. The redhead model is currently dominating the charts with 11,430 “Like” votes, followed by the black-haired model with 8,349 votes at the time of this writing. The blonde and brunette models are more or less tied bringing up the rear, with 3,511 and 3,667, respectively.

I still don’t really buy that this version of Shepard could do much in the way of Reaver ass-kicking, but what do I know, I guess. The masses are speaking. If you’d like to join the masses and speak, you best do so quickly and go cast a vote. Remember to “Like” the one you like.

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4 Comments on Mass Effect 3 FemShep Vote, Round 2: Pick a Hair Color

Revanah

On August 17, 2011 at 4:25 pm

You spelled Shepard wrong.
But you’re right about the wussiest one being picked. I loved the black hair, brown eyed Shepard!

Phil Hornshaw

On August 17, 2011 at 4:27 pm

@Revanah

Dammit, you’re right. I always do that. Fixed.

lolcade

On August 17, 2011 at 7:36 pm

Multipass.

The chick that looked like Natalie Portman should of won.

Lancel

On December 18, 2011 at 10:23 am

Given Mass Effect’s fanbase, I doubt the reason was anything to do with attractiveness. The winning version is basically EXACTLY the default female Shepard from Mass Effect 1&2. I suspect she won by a landslide mostly because a lot of older fans felt this is how she’s SUPPOSED to look, not necessarily because they found her more attractive or anything else.