What im saying is nuking that relay. Is like bringing the sky down upon them
ME1: BdtS, Pinnacle Station -> Ilos
ME2: Normandy Crash Site -> Horizon -> Firewalker -> Collector Cruiser -> Overlord -> LotSB -> Suicide Mission -> Arrival
ME3: Priority Mars -> From Ashes -> Priority Palaven -> Omega -> Leviathan -> Priority Perseus Veil -> Citadel DLC Missions -> Priority Horizon -> Citadel Party
That's kind of funny Marolf . I completely followed that time line. Except I played through Leviathan in short bursts. I kept getting distracted by the arsenal arena.
Yeah I actually save the final Leviathan Mission for later, before Thessia normally, as it's revelations fit better in the later stages. But I like to have the mods you can get as early as possibe to make the most out of them.
The first time I played the Leviathan dlc I just rushed it. I didn't care about the plot or the revelations. I just wanted to unlock Dominate as quickly as possible.
Almost exactly the same, Marolf. Arrival is the perfect epilogue to ME2, and splitting Citadel around the endgame of ME3 is a welcome relief from the unrelenting angst.
I usually have the party right after getting both Quarian and Geth allies. Miranda gets left out
Hmmm then why let her survive ME2 in the first place? #sidewithjack
She's a tool to be used until the reaper threat is over
I don't see the point in letting her expire. Instead she gets left out of the party . To add insult to injury Shepard moves on to a relationship. Even he says he's only interested in her. letting her die is too lenient for her
They're all worth playing in some way or another. I'd just play them in the order you want to; it always made sense to me to play Lair of the Shadow Broker and Arrival after the Suicide Mission, since Arrival is as good as being the official epilogue to the game and the Lair is a Liarafest and it ties in well with the start of ME3. Other than that it really doesn't matter much.
I'll usually do Kasumi and Zaeed's loyalty missions after a few recruitments (I always do Zaeed after I've got Garrus - it makes it more interesting) and Overlord after the end if all the Project Firewalker missions as it's pretty much the natural conclusion to them.
For ME3, I'll just do them as they become available, with the exception of Citadel which I always do immediately before going to dick Cerberus.
Hope this helps.
What do you think?