Let's Play Mass Effect: Andromeda – Ep 56 – FINDING WATER ON ELAADEN! – Gameplay LET’S PLAY MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA – EPISODE 56 – In this episode, Ryder and the team seek to track down where Annea is getting all her water. The results are…. predictable. ————– Charlie Website: hottipsmedia.com Mass Effect: Andromeda Playlist: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsBoF66x4ZmARlN7Nq27Acyw5YRwusvIQ SUPPORT Charlie ——————————– Ad-blockers stunt channel growth. Consider turning yours off, or support Charlie in […]
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you should replace your pistols with a shotgun for cave clearing
If you are looking to collect more recourses all you got to do is the Vetra loyalty mission.
Also, there is a perk in one of the combat skills that reduces the wepon weight or increases the carrying capacity.
Love your content Charlie. Keep up the good work
love this game, it has such a great story
Loving the game!! I'm super late but I had to say it :p
The problem with context to memory triggers is that it's not your memory you are trying to awaken. It is Alec Ryder's, your fathers memories intermeshed with SAM. That being said I would also like context, maybe in the form of conversation with SAM, of what they are and why there are memory triggers that you can percieve. Alternatively if glowing lights are put in place by SAM as a sort of HUD in your vision and map to guide you to unlocking your fathers/SAM's memories.
As far as the water choice goes it's not a choice, even if no outpost gets founded on the planet the Krogan and everyone else living on it need water. One person thinking that since they found a water source the whole planet suddenly belongs to them is ludicrous. She's also clearly unbalanced, her lines of "Just as long as Elaaden remains mine" and "I allowed the Krogans to stay" are proof of that. Even in a scifi universe I would bet that it takes a lot more than knowing of a water source to call a whole planet yours and she's simply insane if she thought that the Krogans would just have packed up and left she had said "No, you must go".
Finally, in response to 47:15: Hi!