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Is it Operative or operative? --Dragonclaws 06:02, 5 September 2006 (UTC)

Mass Effect Edit

THe statement of Mass Effect's Spectres being based on the Operative should be removed. It is without citation and thus is speculation. Clee19892 (talk) 19:56, April 5, 2014 (UTC)

No source listed in the edit history, either. This is another case where someone thought, "that character is similar to this character, so one had to be inspired by the other". The fact is that in stories, characters will be "similar to" other characters, but that's not the same as "I liked this character so much that I based this other character on them". I have removed it. —RRabbit42 (leave a message) 00:01, April 7, 2014 (UTC)
Thank you, I would of done it myself but I figured mentioning it here and all would make sure it doesn't just get put right back up again. On any wiki that is my thoughts on my edits, someone will always just change it again.Clee19892 (talk) 00:23, April 7, 2014 (UTC)

Overlooked war injury Edit

The Operative had no prior knowledge that Mal's nerve cluster was relocated, and "overlooked" implies that he knew, or could have known, about this.

In the novelization for "Serenity" the Operative has an internal dialogue where he realizes that he first overlooked Inarra's Companion training in hand-to-hand combat. He then realizes that he failed to make the connection between Reynolds's war injury and the fact that the injury removed the nerve strike weakness. Syalantillesfel (talk) 04:58, December 3, 2015 (UTC)

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