So, I had my first romance talk with Liara. Yes we like each other, but she needs to think about it. (I’m female) I go over to talk to Kaiden, and at one point tell him, “Liara means nothing to me.” Later in the convo I tell him to pound sand, that I wasn’t interested in him.
Am I screwed with Liara?
I blew my romance in BG2 and it upset me so much I shelved the game for a year.
EDIT: and of course the convo option itself didn’t say, you know, “Liara means nothing to me.” It said something more neutral than that, which is why I reluctantly chose it.
What we need right here is some decision tree analysis.
You might not have blown it, but you won’t know for sure for another 10 hours of gameplay. Let’s say your chance of getting laid with this decision is 50%
Yes, you blew it, but you can get back to this point in about 1 hour of play. Your chance of getting laid with this decision is 100%.
50% * 10 = 5 hours.
5 hours > 1 hour.
So the most efficient choice with the data we have is for you to redo that conversation.
Anyways, back to the OP. Why not just look the conversation tree up on gamefaqs or something? I mean, I read all the possible romances in BG2 on gamefaqs, so I never felt the need to actually make them happen in-game.
Besides, it’s not like this company is known for writing good romances. The one with Anomen (which is the one I actually did make happen in-game) left a bad taste in my mouth.
Mass Effect features sex cut scenes if you finish the romance quest. With nudity, too (though the good bits are covered Austin Powers-style). Also, they’re kinda artsy, with sappy music and some werid camera effects.
Ashley’s breasts seem to be much bigger when she’s naked than when she’s wearing her armor, IMO.