Mass Effect Andromeda Water Supply Guide – Entering Annea’s Office, Annea’s Fate

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Mass Effect Andromeda Water Supply Guide – Entering Annea’s Office, Annea’s Fate

Mass Effect Andromeda Water Supply quest to help you complete this secondary quest with our easy-to-follow walkthrough.

In order to unlock this mission, you need to land on Elaaden. Once there, interact with the console in the Guard Tower to start the mission.

For more help on Mass Effect Andromeda, check out our Out of the Frying Pan Quest Guide, Defeating the Kett Guide, and Characters Guide.

Mass Effect Andromeda Water Supply Quest Guide

In our Mass Effect Andromeda Water Supply Quest Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about completing this quest.

Mass Effect Andromeda Water Supply

After agreeing to help, use the Forward Station at the Paradise. You basically need to get to the second level on top of the Paradise. Since Annea’s office is locked, scan the area for a network console.

You should easily be able to see a yellow conduit on the floor. At this point, you simply need to follow the conduit away from the building. It should lead you to a small console that you need to hack in order to gain access to Annea’s office.

After entering Annea’s office, find a datapad sitting on a left-side table. You also need to scan her Angaran Computer before leaving the area. Once done, you’re tasked to find a small cave in the Sea of Ataraxia.

After entering the door, follow the dark cave and get to a small underground pond. You basically need to scan the water supply pond. At this point, you’ll have to make a few choices to make.

You can either let her control the water supply and see her at the Paradise later in the game or defeat everyone after the conversation. Do note that Annea will escape you but she’ll no longer be the merchant.

If you decide to stop her, the water will begin being distributed evenly. If you decide to let her be, she’ll continue to hoard water.

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