Pick Your Path Adventures

Pick Your Path Adventures
Pick Your Path: Mass Effect

Mike Kayatta | 28 Mar 2012 21:00
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If you go to Horizon, you'll have a chance at finding Shepard. If you go with Zohya to Erinle, who knows what fortune you may find. Perhaps you could find enough money to start a new store, maybe open something up on Illium, or anywhere else that a few recordings of an Alliance soldier's voice won't matter as much as they do on the Citadel.

"Alright, Captain," you say. "Let's head to the Hourglass Nebula."

She looks at you and smiles. "I was hoping you'd say that," she says.

It's not long before you arrive at the small green planet. You notice a few large war ships in orbit, but the small size of Zohya's craft seems to allow you to approach the planet unnoticed. After a short scan of the surface, Zohya reveals the location of, what she now explains, is an excavation.

"The Illusive Man runs Cerberus," she explains. "They're here digging for some sort of "Reaker" tech, or something."

"What's Cerberus?" you ask.

"Don't you watch the news?" she replies. "Wait, look! There it is!"

The craft parks vertically, high above what seems to be a large tunnel extending half a mile straight down into the ground below. Zohya flicks two switches on her ship's dashboard and zooms into the pit's center. You see a giant, intricate-looking object. You have no idea what it is, but it certainly looks like it could be expensive. Hundreds of troops armored in white circle the site.

"Okay, kid," Zohya says, "that's what we're here for. I can either drop you down there on a zipcord and let you snatch it before I reel you in, or I can just fly the shuttle down there and use the aft grapplers."

Neither of these options sound particularly safe.

Descend down the cord and snatch the object.

Have Zohya fly straight down into the hole and use the ship's crane.

It's not too late to turn around. You didn't realize how much security would be here. Leave for Horizon without the artifact.

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