Mass Effect: Andromeda – Ep 25 – Investigating Voeld’s Problems – Gameplay

LET’S PLAY MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA – EPISODE 25 – Ryder and his team investigate the issues that the Angara are dealing with on Voeld, while battling the harsh conditions of this world.

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Mass Effect: Andromeda begins in 2185, between the events of the second and third games in the original trilogy. The four Citadel Council races are planning to populate new home worlds in the Andromeda Galaxy as part of a strategy called the Andromeda Initiative. Each race will send 20,000 citizens on a one-way, 600-year journey to Andromeda aboard their own transportation vessel, called an Ark, and selects a leader, known as a Pathfinder. Once the races arrive, they will help build the Nexus, a huge space station that serves as a center of government and diplomacy, a living area, as well as a base of operations for the Pathfinders

Our interaction with this story begins in 2819, once the Pathfinder team has awoken from their sleep.



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  1. Strategically speaking, the reason that laying traps for the Kett might hurt refugees long term would be that if the enemy are ruthless enough (and the Kett seem pretty ruthless) they would stop going to emergency beacons and instead shoot such sites from a distance with shipboard weaponry (expecting a military presence). This would hinder any rescue efforts by Angaran military forces and thus their traps would indirectly harm the refugees they are trying to protect.

    On a somber note, these things has happened real world, the Balkan civil war being one of the more recent examples.


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