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These writings belong to Matriarch Dilinaga. It looks like there are many other writings to be found scattered across the galaxy.
Interstellar colonization sparked a golden age of learning and cultural advancement for the asari. During this time, the Matriarchs became obsessed with achieving 'ultimate knowledge'. To that end, a small but dedicated group chose to leave Thessia hoping to find greater wisdom and true enlightenment.
Within a span of a few years, twenty-eight Matriarchs left Thessia with no destination in mind and no plan to return. Only six were ever heard from again. Of the other twenty-two, only Matriarch Dilinaga's remains were discovered, along with several writings made during her journey.
The writings instantly became the subject of intense study and discussion. Hundreds of anthropologists and historians analyzed the writings and theorized on their meaning and importance to the asari race. For several generations, these writings were kept at Thessia Guildhall, the center for asari learning and research. Less than a century ago, these were finally made available to the public. Since arriving at the Farinah Museum, the Dilinaga exhibit has become one of most popular historical attractions on Thessia.
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Mass Effect 3 Consequences Edit
If the Commander obtained at least 10 of Matriarch Dilinaga's Writings during the course of Mass Effect, along with having retrieved Gavin Hossle's data on Feros and having purchased the Elkoss Combine armory license, the schematics can be analyzed by Conrad Verner if he was interacted with and survived in both previous games. Conrad's dark energy dissertation will have an additional 5 point bonus towards war assets.
- The background information on these writings can be found in the game files, but does not appear in-game.
- In Mass Effect 2, Captain Bailey mentions that there is a Dilinaga Concert Hall in the Citadel's Tayseri Ward. Even two years after Saren's attack, it remains closed for repairs due to heavy impact damage from Sovereign's debris.
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