Theory: Did Liara get intimate with Feron? : masseffect
I replayed the Shadow Broker DLC, and all signs are there. It would have been nice to have her form a relationship with him though, had. So NO spoilers about Mass Effect 3 in any shape or form. Yes, it will mess up your relationship with Jack! i was curious about the same thing. did the shadow broker mission prior to starting a romance with anyone else. You start pursuing another love interest before you find Liara in ME2. 2. . I hope the shadow broker hires some thugs to eat her eyes. . I mean, if you die, and come back, and form new romantic relationships because past.
However, she accidentally suspended herself in an energy field, unable to move unless someone else came and freed her.
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Liara pleads with Shepard's team for help when they find her, offering to explain her circumstances and means to be freed. If Shepard pursues other leads first and significantly delays rescuing Liara, she mistakes her rescuers for figments of her imagination as a result of being stuck for so long.
Nevertheless, she humors her "hallucinations" and answers their questions. She only realizes they're real when the squad reappears behind and close enough to release her. Shepard's team soon learn that Liara is clueless on Benezia's activities as she hasn't even spoken to her mother in many years. When Liara asks why the geth are after her, a squadmate speculates that Saren may have wanted her Prothean expertise to help him find the Conduit.
After a brief scuffle with Saren's forces and subsequent escape from the doomed ruins, Liara joins the Normandy crew. Ostensibly her Prothean expertise and assurances of safety are her justifications for being aboard, but Liara becomes one of Shepard's possible squadmates, available for dangerous frontline situations.
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She is used to defending herself on remote digs—sites are often raided by privateers for artifacts—and in combat, she makes a formidable ally due to her near-complete focus on biotics. As it turns out, Liara's knowledge of the Conduit isn't much at all, only that it was connected to the Prothean extinction.Mass Effect 2 - Lair of the Shadow Broker Full HD
Half a century of dedicated research caused her to uncover telltale patterns that hint to an ancient galactic coverup - unprovable, but her gut feeling tells her otherwise.
On her first debriefing aboard the Normandy, Liara shares her theory of cyclical extinction: Liara is surprised by Shepard's revelation of the Reapers ' responsibility in the Protheans' doom, but believes it to be true, as there was remarkably little evidence of the Protheans' existence—as if something or someone did not want the mystery of their disappearance solved.
Liara is shy and not used to lying, a trait Ashley Williams is tempted to take advantage of—"Want me to ask about her sex life? To her mother's defense, Liara knows Benezia well enough to be astonished to discover she is working with Saren, and does not believe she could be aiding him of her own free will.
Shepard can talk to Liara about her mother and discuss the reasons Benezia may have for assisting Saren, as well as asari culture in general and the misconceptions surrounding Liara's species. Liara is initially drawn to Shepard because the Commander was touched by Prothean technology on Eden Prime.
Unfortunately, as Liara is used to isolation, she confesses she always seems to say something embarrassing around other people. When Shepard jokes about Liara sounding like she wants to dissect Shepard in a lab, Liara becomes flustered and claims she only meant Shepard would make an interesting specimen for an in-depth study, further embarrassing herself.
Liara discreetly looks up Shepard's service history to learn more, worrying about making a fool of herself if she asks the Commander directly. Her scientific interest may become a romantic attraction that Shepard can choose to pursue.
Even if Shepard has other romantic interests, Liara still cares about the Commander, sympathetic to the nightmares Shepard suffers because of the beacon visions. Liara is very compassionate—she even feels sorry for Saren because he is losing his mind to indoctrination.
If Liara is on the Normandy and isn't with the shore party, a squad member suggests bringing her in to confront or possibly talk her mother down. Regardless of Liara's presence, Benezia has been indoctrinated beyond redemption and has to be put down. If Liara faces her mother, though, she personally receives her mother's proud approval during the latter's brief moments of lucidity.
I also looked for a similar thread that might have been posted after the game's release, but couldn't find anything. I have a few problems with the promises being made by the Mass Effect team about the repercussions of your choices regarding your romantic interest from ME1, to 2, to 3.
This is specific to Liara, though.
First, a quote from a chat with CaseyH presumably the creative lead, Casey Hudson. Thank you, redditfor this obscure link. From a chat host by BestBuy with CaseyH: To Guest One thing I'm really excited to see is the achievement data that will show how faithful players are to their ME1 love interest.
And the best part is, even though I expect most almost all? Heavy spoilers start now. Which, considering the way she treats you in ME2, strikes me as unfair. I can kinda understand how Kaidan or Ashley might feel betrayed given the messages they send you after Horizon, but Liara can be left with no leg to stand on.
There are essentially two scenarios. You start pursuing another love interest before you find Liara in ME2. In the case of the first scenario, Liara has reason to be angry provided she can find out exactly when you started romancing your new crewmate. Your character could be somewhat justified, however, by stating that it had been 2 years and he'd assumed Liara would've moved on since she was young and he was dead. In the second scenario there really isn't a reason your decision should "come back to haunt you.