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Completing the romance subplot unlocks the Paramour Achievement. If Shepard helps the asari consort Sha'ira to stop Septimus from spreading lies and subsequently proving her innocence to XeltanSha'ira will offer a reward of words upon returning to the Consort's Chambers"an affirmation of who you are and who you will become". If the Commander expresses dissatisfaction with the offered reward, Sha'ira will initiate a sexual encounter with Shepard.
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The Mass Effect trilogy is often revered for its writing and memorable characters, each of whom the player could develop a unique, personal relationship with. But for some players, Mass Effect was nothing more than elaborate dating sim masked behind the imposing threat of an alien invasion. As a potential lover, Morinth talks a big game.
When he first saw her on Eden Prime, the lone survivor of a vicious and unexpected geth attack, he was astounded by her courage, willpower, resourcefulness, and determination. He found himself being both impressed and deeply humbled, and instantly knew that she was something special. Fighting alongside her felt natural, and all three of them found themselves forming a pretty strong team, unafraid to rely on each other.
Whether it's Bioware's signature choose-your-own-adventure style gameplay, the RPG-shooter hybrid combat, the huge original universe to explore, or the opportunity to unfurl larger-than-life galactic mysteries, there are countless reasons people keep revisiting the Mass Effect games over and over. But no matter what about the series most appeals to you, if you've spent any significant amount of time traversing the many worlds of MEthen chances are at least a few of its characters have wormed their way into your heart, both in and out of game. And that means in-depth romantic relationships.