Originally Posted by shinobi602
-The (much improved) Mako of ME1, the loyalty missions of ME2, the multiplayer of ME3
-There are more relationships in the game than any other Bioware game (as they noted fans make a big emphasis on romance in the games)
-The squadmate with the least amount of lines in Andromeda has more lines than the squadmate with the most amount of lines in ME3
-Emphasis that relationships don't just culminate in a sex scene, but rather characters can just want to get in the sack, while others are interested in long term relationships and others still aren't interested at all. Bioware wanted to capture more "shooting bottles with Garrus" moments in the game, of which there are plenty
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Originally Posted by EatChildren
Weird about the Asari doctors. But whatever.
Actually I think it makes a lot of sense. Someone has to look after the species in stasis and the journey to Andromeda is very long. Asari and Krogan are the only two species we know of in the current age which have a lifespan of 1000+ years and I don't think there are very many Krogan doctors. Asari doctors because of their lifespans
Originally Posted by exmachina64
I'm open to being surprised, but right now she reminds me of Sera from DAI.
I think Sera gets a bad rep undeservedly. I understand those who might be put off on her at first glance but if you play through her loyalty missions and come to understand her more and her motivations she becomes a pretty complicated and interesting character for all her abrasive qualities. Plus her growth throughout the game and what we see of her in Trespasser is great, she seems to have matured and grown but still retained what made her her.
I think a character can be a little abrasive but still interesting and worth exploring