OK, so the other day after reading the book I was reading a review for Gardens of the Moon (I do that for some strange reason, read the book and then the reviews) and one reviewer criticised Erikson for "lack of believable female characters". Frankly I was slightly shocked as I had found Tattersail to be one of the most engaging and endearing female characters I had read for a while, but it got me wondering what chance I had in the murky writer's world. So, female Scribes especially, but perceptive males as well, when you're reading, what makes a female character believable for you? I've always tried to give even the warriors some level of emotional depth, but I'm not really the most qualified on the subject. Opinions?