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Mass Effect: Andromeda romance guide: Here’s who the male Ryder can sleep with

Spoiler-filled: Females

Here’s a breakdown of the ladies that Ryder can — or can’t — get it on with.

Cora Harper

The second in command on the Tempest, an Asari-trained human female, might be a little peeved she didn’t end up with the job of Pathfinder, but that won’t stop Cora from getting up close and personal with your male Ryder.

Engaging in romantic liaisons with Cora will show you her vulnerable side. She’s got a green thumb, too (and that’s not a sexual thing).

Vetra Nyx

Yes, this Turian female is receptive to your charms. Prepare your best pick up line!

Getting close with Vetra also shows the warrior’s softer side. You’ll learn about her family ties, including her Andromeda-bound sister, Sid.

Peebee B’Sayle

Described by Liam as a female who’s probably 400 years old, but who acts 12, Peebee loves to flirt. So, flirt away.

This Asari is pretty closed off, so don’t expect more than a fling.

Lexi T’Perro

This Asari doctor is quite professional — she won’t date a patient, so save your breath.

She’s pretty fun to talk to, nonetheless, so have a chat sometime.

Suvi Anwar

The Tempest’s main science officer seems more concerned with God than Ryder, sadly.

Like Lexi, she’s very much worth talking to — and she’s always happy to have a cuppa and a chat.

Keri T’Vessa

Keri is an Asari female, and a journalist too. You first meet her outside Tann’s office on the Nexus.

Chat her up, and you’ll have her debating whether or not she’s interested in you in a personal or professional way.

Avela Kjar

This Angaran museum director basically rewards you for finding relics. In a sexual way.

If you don’t mind some play-for-pay, hit her up on Aya.

We’ll tackle the guys on the next page.

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