My line of thinking is that if you shave a character and strip them naked, you should still be able to tell them apart from the other characters in the cast. It’s a little harder when all the characters are basically the same chest-pounding macho trope, but you can still mess with things like face shape, jaw line, eyebrows, nose, eyes, all that kind of stuff, even body type has wiggle room, like Commander has a stout barrel torso with a high waist, long legs, and a solid-but-thick abdomen without defined six-pack abs. Sten gets a similarly think torso, put he’s super-cut (as his in-game model is), Kratos has a classic bodybuilder itty bitty wast with the big bulky upper body.
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Other side effects include increased risk of heart problems in older men with poor mobility, according to a 2009 study at Boston Medical Center. A 2017 study published in JAMA found that treatments increase coronary artery plaque volume. Additionally, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires manufactures to include a notice on the labeling that states taking testosterone treatments can lead to possible increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. The FDA recommends that patients using testosterone should seek medical attention right away if they have these symptoms: