Shouldn't it be Harrot's Emporium (with a ', rather than a ´). Not a big deal, I know, but right now there is a redirect from Harrot's Emporium, to this page. Should probably be the other way around, no? --Spoo12 01:42, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
- Six of one, half a dozen of the other, really. (Although the UTF-8 encoding in link is a bit 'naff, admittedly.) If you want to go ahead and swap them, that's fine, though. --DRY 23:09, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
The name Harrot's emporium might be a reference to the "Harold's Emporium" From the 1994 side scrolling shooter, Raptor: Call of the Shadows.
- Well, to me that seems like a bit of a stretch. Also, there is no confirmation from the devs, and it's just trivia based on names. So, while this info is somewhat interesting, it does not constitute trivia on this wiki. Arbington 15:03, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
- Yeah I'm going to have to agree, this is one really big stretch. "(Insert name here)'s Emporium" is quite common in games, books, movies, and whatnot, so I can't really see the connection. If it is, then you would need dev confirmation for it to go into the article. Lancer1289 15:31, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
Duplicate mod or mods moved to Citadel stores? Edit
Currently this is in the wiki:
After completing the Mass Effect 3: Omega DLC, you won't be able to access Harrot's Emporium again. However, the items will be available from the stores in the Citadel (and by extension, the Normandy's Procurement Interface).
Does this mean that the mods you did not purchase are moved to Citadel stores? Or do Citadel stores have their own mods of the same type? It makes a difference because if you can buy the mods from both Citadel stores and Harrot's, you get more mod ranks toward rank V or rank X (in NG+).
Background music Edit
I can hear some faint and short background music while im in the shop. Does anyone here know where I can get a hold of that music, or at least find out what its called?