Originally, I wanted to reply to this topic on r/girlgamers that asks the question if Morrigan fulfills and perpetuates the stereotype on two accounts: mystical pregnancies, that Morrigan’s character “is reduced to stereotypical or biological functions,” and the feminine trope of big breasted, scantly-clothed women in video games.
I wrote my reply, but a chunk of what addressed her character’s attire and story felt too much side-step of the actual discussion. My discussion stemmed on the idea that Morrigan has this interpretation as another female character who is just barely clothed to pander to an audience. Instead, I delved into how her clothes fit the woman she becomes.
You can read more after the jump on Morrigan and her seemingly nothing more than a “busty mage with very skimpy clothing.”