Archived from the original on April 28, During BioWare's naming meetings, prior to the release of the first game, Tali's name had been "Talsi Orah", with Orah as the familiar name. Tali speaks about how the assassin could remember everything in his life down to the smallest detail, even all of his mistakes. After Shepard eliminates the attacking geth and meets her in the bunker in which she had been trapped with her equipment, Tali departs with Shepard on the mission to investigate and stop the Collectors, receiving permission from the Admiralty Board after the fact. Back aboard the Normandy, Tali asks for a copy of the data if she is spoken to. Shepard can debate this with her, pointing out that the quarians basically attempted genocide against another sentient species. Following the destruction of the Reaper on Rannoch, the geth are weakened and Admiral Han'Gerrel launches a full strike.
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If Tali became admiral, she takes solace in the fact she can now push back against the worst ideas, and reveals she accepted the position because of Shepard. On board the Normandy , Tali is initially excited to be there, intrigued by the advanced technology used to power the Normandy, and stays in the engine room as a result. Their suits can be compartmentalized in the event of a tear or similar breach to prevent the spread of contaminants similar to a ship sealing off bulkheads in the event of a hull breach. Furthermore, if Tali survives the suicide mission, she informs Shepard that although she is "running a fever," has a "nasty cough," and her sinuses "are filled with something [she] can't even describe," "it was totally worth it. Quarians, not so much. The quarian presents their gift to the captain of the new ship to prove they will not be a burden on the crew. Archived from the original on August 11,
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However, when the geth gradually became sentient, the quarians became terrified of possible consequences and tried to destroy their creations. Exile is generally the preferred punishment, as any offspring an exile may have are welcomed back to the Fleet. If neither Tali nor Garrus Vakarian is in a relationship with Shepard, the two of them eventually enter into a romantic relationship with each other, eventually getting "caught" together in the Normandy's main battery. Archived from the original on February 22, She explains that the data she has gathered on Haestrom's sun proves it is dying too quickly, possibly as is elaborated later due to dark energy affecting the mass of the star.
Description: The accused are given a hearing with the members of the Admiralty Board acting as judges, and if found guilty, they are sentenced to exile. She's unavailable to attend the party until after her people's war with the geth has been resolved. If one of them is in a relationship with Shepard, Tali still visits Garrus at the main battery to say her goodbyes as well as make a wager on who can kill the most. After Javik 's initial integration into the Normandy, Tali can be overheard on the intercom in his quarters attempting to make conversation with him. Overjoyed to hear this, Tali tells Shepard that she wants this relationship to be real, that she must "feel [his] skin against [hers].