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In Mass Effect 1, You can gather an infinite amount of credits from running between two people in the citadel, buying from one person, and selling it for more to the other.
Go to the Ward and find the Med Clinic, Head inside.
Dr Chloe Michel is being blackmailed, you will have to complete a mission helping with her situation. Once you have completed the mission Dr Chloe Michel will give you a discount at her store as gratitude for your help. She will also pay a high price for anything that you sell to her.
Sell all your items to Dr Chloe Michel. (Don't worry you will get them back)
Leave the Clinic and use the Citedal rapid travel machine. Go to "Ward locations -> Markets" and speak to the merchant Expat.
Buy back all the items you have just sold to Dr Chloe Michel, Expat will sell it to you for less money than Dr Chloe Michel sold it to you for.
Use the Citadel rapid travel machine to return to Dr Chloe Michel. "Ward locations -> Med Clinic"
You can then repeat from Step 3 again, You will have all your items again to sell to Dr Chloe Michel. You can follow this procedure as many times as you would like, and make as much profit as you would like.
Tip: In order to make the profit faster, Buy higher value items, you will make a loss on the first round, but will make a profit much quicker as you redo the process.
Go to the planet Ontrum Newton System and you will find some odd-looking half-cow / half-horse-looking creatures on the South-West corner of the map. the creatures are boring and don't do anything for the most part, except for one particular one. "Ploppy 54 Gaming" calls this the Shifty Cow.
You will know which cow it is as the cow will stand completely still while you are looking at it. However, like a Weeping Angel from Doctor Who, look away from it and it will move towards you, if you look back at it, it will stop again, pretending nothing has happened.
If you look away long enough for the Shifty Cow to reach you, the creature will start emptying your pockets, draining your money one coin at a time. The credits are sadly non-refundable, even if you kill this pick-pocket Shifty Cow.
This easter egg came about because Preston, the lead designer of Mass Effect, loved the design, and felt he had to add something in, his words were "You can't trust an animal that can milk itself, those little extra hands look so grubby. And so Preston came up with the idea of a pick-pocket in the form of a cow.
When you need to fight the Therum mini-boss, you are meant to leave your fighting vehicle and run in on foot. However, if you drive your Mako M35 in-between the two rocks as tight as possible, then put the boosters of the Mako on, the Mako should slide right through.After the boss fight cutscene, the Therum enemies will not shoot at you, and a few coins will take them all out.
Dr Liara T'soni is one of the main characters in Mass Effect, she has her benefits to the team, you can use her in missions, and you can even start a bit of a romance with her, But you need to save her from her own mistake, as Liara had put herself in a force field, unable to escape on her own.
If you decide to leave Liara in her force field and only fetch Liara when the game is almost done (Mass Effect Part 1), there is a hidden dialogue where Liara seems to lost hope and thinks you are just her hallucinations. Liara struggles to believe humans would go to her location and save her.
Once you have finally saved her and you are back on the ship, Liara will have figured out that she has missed out on all the events, explaining how she had studied and prepared her entire life for this. Liara will sound frustrated that she was not part of it all.
If you have a childish sense of humour like me, this will give you a laugh.
Heading to The Milky Way, and to then Soul System. You will find our very own solar system. If you start to do some probing to the planet Uranus, Edie will let out some hilarious remarks. "Really? Probing Uranus."
Once you fly into the Attican Beta Cluster, fly through the Hercules System and meet with Admiral Hackett. He will then give you the UNC: Lost Module quest.
Complete the Lost Module quest, but do not kill any of the monkeys. You will need to go into the mine and find the correct monkey and recover a data module, you should be awarded some Paragon points. The moment you have received the points, save the game and reload it.
You will then be able to find the monkey with the quest module again. Mix and repeat until you have as many points as you want.
When you meet the Rachni Queen she explains that the Rachni communicates by singing to each other. If you head down to Earth's moon, Luna, you can catch the Rachni singing, and it sounds HAUNTING.
Once you have landed on Luna, Go to the alliance training ground, and go up a hill around you. If you drive around and stand still in certain spots, you will hear the chilling sound of the Rachni. Creeps me out!
Mass Effect 1 and 2 have a few years between them, Mass Effect 1 still had a loading screen often, but not so much in Mass Effect 2. If you head to the Cidedal in Mass Effect two and add 2 of the crewmates from Mass Effect 1, you might catch some dialogue "Do you miss those elevator conversations we used to have?"
The Mars Rover was a pinnacle point in Human history as we put a little Robot on Mars. The rover "passed away" in recent years, but lives on in the form of memories, books, and of course a Mass Effect easter egg!
Richard Boisvert (a cinematic director) spoke on Reddit about this unnoticed easter egg 10 years after Mass Effect 3s release. At the beginning of the mars mission, feel free to walk through the nearby solar panel array in the following way to see it.
In Mass Effect 2, You can gain Legion as a member of your crew, you have to do a mission in order to activate him. Legion likes to speak a lot for an AI, however, should you decide to not speak to him and leave the dialogue idle for a bit, Legion will start to do some epic dance moves, that suits him best(i.e The Robot)