Anonymous asked: Can we hear more about Tokagur's time spent pretending to be a dude, if you don't mind? Did she ever get caught? Is the stripper she's with in that one drawing just a one-time thing, or is Tokagur one of her regulars/friends-with-benefits?
this is the story of tokagur the lesbian krogan.
tokagur spent the first few hundred years of her life trying to have children like most females, but that got too depressing. she posed as a male to join a mercenary group for the ride off of the planet. she worked with them for quite a long time, actively posing as a man. by the time any of her superiors found out (if at all), she’d already proved her usefulness, and was kept on.
but once she left the group, she stopped enforcing that performance. not that she corrected anyone who assumed her to be male. she lived her life as many krogan do, taking odd jobs and merc work to get by, being generally unhopeful for the future. at least she had ladies.
the asari in the picture you’re referring to is just a random one. but she did have a casual asari partner for a while, who she saw between jobs. this asari wasn’t looking for a bondmate, but she was looking to reproduce. she asked tokagur to father her child, with no obligations of raising it. tokagur said why not. they parted ways before the child was born.
a few centuries later, tokagur is contacted by this daughter, an unconventional, creative entrepreneur named kama
she runs a business with her bondmate (a male turian), which is essentially a sex store emporium on illium. tokagur and kama became quick friends and remain close to this day.
tokagur later develops a casual relationship with dorjen, a female drell.
dorjen (sister to degas, if you recall him) works for fornax as both a performer and a reporter. she first hooked up with tokagur to do a story on female krogan, but stayed in contact.
after the reaper war, they found each other again. tokagur, though over 900 years old, was shook to her core by the carnage and loss. despite her years of casual encounters, something more serious brews with this drell.