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Dr. Lexi T'Perro handles the medical needs of the scout ship Tempest's various crewmembers. Her wisdom and experience allows her to act in an advisory capacity to the Pathfinder, in addition to evaluating their physical and mental well-being. She conducts her business with due professionalism, although sometimes her caring and compassion goes over it.

Dr. T'Perro is 275 years old. She possesses a dry sense of humor, has a sort of a rivalry with Peebee, and a bit of a crush on Drack.

Background Edit

Lexi grew up on Omega. Her mother was a dancer and her father was a turian bouncer. She spent a lot of time patching up her father's injuries and discovered she was good at it, which led her parents to spend every credit they had to get her the education she needed to become a doctor. She lost both of them in a turf war at some point before she joined the Andromeda Initiative.

Lexi's thesis on krogan virility and aggression in particular allowed her admittance into the Initiative. She also struck up a friendship with Dr. Harry Carlyle, whom she met at a medical convention on the Citadel. When Lexi and Harry joined the Initiative, he insisted that she come with him on the human ark Hyperion, which she was eligible for due to her knowledge of human anatomy.


Mass Effect: Andromeda Edit

After the planetside mission on Habitat 7, Lexi takes Dr. Carlyle's place as Pathfinder Ryder's personal physician. She always wanted a field posting and thought she'd only be waking up colonists, but the presence of hostile aliens and environments moved things a bit too fast to her liking. Since she's a specialist in alien biology, she finds that there are plenty of opportunities to dissect kett specimens in tagging along with the Tempest crew rather than back at the Hyperion.

Ryder can flirt with Lexi, but the doctor explains that the human just isn't her type. She's averse to forming romantic entanglements with her patients as she needs to look at them objectively and without distractions.

Lexi acts as a confidante for the Pathfinder when discussing Alec Ryder's hidden memories and offers counsel.

After escaping the Archon's flagship, Lexi voiced her disapproval with SAM killing and resuscitating the Pathfinder.

While Ryder is in the Paradise on Elaaden, they can assist Lexi in deducing the stasis pods on the Arks led to chemical imbalances in the brains of some of the passengers, leading to the violent behavior of the Nexus Exiles who would go on to plague the Heleus Cluster as scavengers and outlaws.

Once the Tempest takes flight again after Landing Day celebrations in Port Meridian, Lexi pesters Ryder again with more medical exams if the human visits the medbay, in light of the significant physical and mental stresses the Pathfinder experienced recently. If Ryder sarcastically insinuates a headache coming up, Lexi no longer rises to the bait owing to her familiarity with the human. If Ryder claims normalcy, the doctor then claims the human no longer was ever since Habitat 7. While Ryder grudgingly complies with her prodding, Lexi announces that she has been offered a posting in the Nexus by Professor Herik. Her research on kett anatomy has proven to be useful for the militia.

Regardless of Ryder's responses, Lexi has already turned the transfer down. If Ryder takes the news flippantly, Lexi snarks back that no other doctor would want to take on the Pathfinder. If Ryder tacitly allows her to go, Lexi reasons she does her best work out in the field, and she muses someone needs to look after the Pathfinder. If Ryder expresses gratitude, Lexi concurs they both lucked out being in the Tempest at the same time. If her lifesaving skills are praised, Lexi highlights the two times Ryder "died" under her watch - technically three times, but she doesn't count the first one as Dr. Carlyle was the attending physician then.

Correspondence Edit

First message received after speaking with Lexi on the Tempest.

In Case You're Interested
To: Ryder
From: Lexi

[Attachment: Krogan Virility and Aggression]

Ryder,

Attached is my krogan thesis that I mentioned to you. I know-only 500 pages--but I wasn't allowed to go over. If you get through it, I wrote a longer dissertation for the Citadel Journal of Medicine (around 1400 pages) that's much more insightful and includes mating diagrams.

Lexi


Received following returning to the Tempest after activating the Remnant vault on Eos.

Yoga Poses
To: Ryder
From: Lexi

Ryder,

Given the amount of high-impact cardio in your exercise routine, I recommend spending 5 to 10 minutes a day stretching to open your hips and relieve tightness in the lower back. The poses I've listed below should do nicely. Not to sound elitist, but while it's true humans invented yoga, the asari perfected it.

Kurinth's Bow: Standing, spread your legs apart, turning one foot outward. Take a deep breath. ON exhale, bend your torso towards the outward facing foot, until your hand meets your ankle. Hold for five seconds, then switch sides.

Tevura's Embrace: Lying on your back, bring your feet together until there is a diamond of negative space between your legs. Palms against the floor, push your hips forward, but be careful not to overextend yourself.

Matriarch's Pose: Kneeling, take a deep breath. On exhale, bring both hands together to form a triangle. On the second inhale, wing arms overhead and bend forward until your torso is between your thighs. Hold for three breaths, reaching farther with each exhale.

Please let me know if you need diagrams or vids.

Lexi


Balanced Diet
To: Ryder
From: Lexi

Ryder,

As part of overseeing the crew's physical and mental welfare, I thought I'd send along the following tips for a balanced diet. Given the large amount of exercise you partake in each day, it's important that your body receives the nutrients it needs.

- Carbohydrates: 5-11 servings a day
- Fruits and Vegetables: 4-5 servings a day
- Proteins: 3 servings a day
- Fats: 1 serving or less a day

Lexi


Received after the conversation including Jaal about exaltation, if you tell him that exaltation is permanent.

Update on Jaal
To: Ryder
From: Lexi

Ryder,

Thought you should know, I spoke to Jaal. After some reflection, he seems to accept that the process of exaltation cannot be reversed. Thank you for backing me up. I know it's not easy delivering bad news--especially to a friend--but sometimes it's the only way we can move forward and begin to heal.

I will continue to run tests and study the data you obtained from the kett facility regarding exaltation. I don't expect the results to change, but it can't hurt to be thorough.

Lexi


Received after the conversation including Jaal about exaltation, if you say that there could be hope to reverse exaltation.

Update on Jaal
To: Ryder
From: Lexi

Ryder,

Thought you should know, I spoke to Jaal. After some reflection, he seems to accept that the process of exaltation cannot be reversed. I apologize if I was harsh before. I can get a little passionate when it comes to patients and my professional opinion. I know you were only trying to help, and ultimately, we both just want what's best for the Tempest crew.

I will continue to run tests and study the data you obtained from the kett facility regarding exaltation. But right now, I must believe what the evidence tells me, which is that exaltation is permanent.

Lexi


Received after Lexi T'Perro: Bottom of a Bottle.

Thank you
To: Ryder
From: Lexi

Ryder,

I appreciate you coming to find me on the Nexus. I apologize for running off like that--it was unprofessional and won't happen again. One day, when things calm down, we should get drinks for real. Unwind like friends. Purely platonic, of course.

Lexi

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