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If you want to romance her, be sure to take her side in any conflicts with the crew (she and Jack particularly don’t get along).
If you're worried about the apparent limit on three abilities - as we and many others were - Ian Frazier has since tweeted that there will be a way to access more than three abilities while in the field, but he's not saying more just yet. Since we'll be bringing a lot of gear with us from the Milky Way to Andromeda, you can expect to get your hands on many old favourite weapons.The implication being that you’ve helped her heal old wounds and are now Committed.Option 3: Tali Many were disappointed that Tali wasn’t a romance option in the first game, and begrudgingly went after the asari Liara instead.As in Dragon Age: Inquisition, you'll be able to craft and name your own weapons, but we're advised that the two systems will be "quite a bit different" from one another.When you're crafting, you'll be able to steal and use technology from the Kett, which apparently makes plasma weaponry.For starters, you’ll have to undertake your muse’s personal quest.
Check in with him/her after every mission and soon you’ll start to see dialog options that indicate you want to be more than friends.
Option 2: Jack Jack and Miranda don’t get along, so you won’t be able to play both sides of the fence for long.
In fact, they’ll have open arguments in which you’ll be asked to take sides.
The Mass Effect games have traditionally relegated side quests to non-combat busybody work in one of the hub worlds.
Fetching things for people on the Citadel at worst, exploring a creaking spaceship hull at best, they never felt as expansive as they could. “Imagine that side content in a place where you’re not limited to keeping your weapon holstered,” said producer Mike Gamble in an interview with Game Informer.
Given time and attention, your relationship can blossom into a full-fledged love affair.