Shepard may choose whether to allow her to join the crew.


Diana Allers is a human Alliance News Network war correspondent and regular on the Alliance News Network's "Battlespace".

She is originally from Milgrom, Bekenstein, and considers herself a "colony kid".

Diana aids the war effort as long as she is on the Normandy.

Shepard can, however, ask her to leave the Normandy at any time.

If persuaded to expose Cerberus atrocities, Allers can report on the following: unsavory Cerberus subterfuge methods, the attack on Jon Grissom Academy, Kai Leng and his role in the failed takeover of the Citadel, and Sanctuary's horrific true nature as a Cerberus lab.

During one of the mission downtimes, Allers can be found arguing back and forth with Ensign Copeland regarding an allegedly offensive opinion piece.

Everything since then has been a bonus."[The Science of Second-Guessing (New York Times Magazine Interview, December 12, 2004)]” ― Stephen Hawking “When someone sees the same people every day, as had happened with him at the seminary, they wind up becoming a part of that person's life. If someone isn't what others want them to be, the others become angry. (January 11)” ― Sarah Ban Breathnach, “I mean, like most guys, you carry around this girl in your head, who is exactly who you want her to be. And every girl you are with gets measured against this girl in your head.” ― Rachel Cohn, “I have often noticed that we are inclined to endow our friends with the stability of type that literary characters acquire in the reader's mind.

Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own.” ― Paulo Coelho, “Today expect something good to happen to you no matter what occurred yesterday. It can only continue to hurt you if you hold on to it. [...] Whatever evolution this or that popular character has gone through between the book covers, his fate is fixed in our minds, and, similarly, we expect our friends to follow this or that logical and conventional pattern we have fixed for them. We have it all arranged in our minds, and the less often we see a particular person, the more satisfying it is to check how obediently he conforms to our notion of him every time we hear of him.

Without a central loyalty life is unfinished.” ― Fulton J.

Sheen, “You are most powerful when you are most silent. They expect words, motion, defense, offense, back and forth. They are ready, fists up, words hanging leaping from their mouths. No.” ― Alison Mc Ghee, “We were promised sufferings. We were even told, 'Blessed are they that mourn,' and I accept it. Of course it is different when the thing happens to oneself, not to others, and in reality, not imagination.” ― C. Lewis, “If men could see us as we really are, they would be a little amazed; but the cleverest, the acutest men are often under an illusion about women: they do not read them in a true light: they misapprehend them, both for good and evil: their good woman is a queer thing, half doll, half angel; their bad woman almost always a fiend.” ― Charlotte Brontë, “My expectations were reduced to zero when I was 21.

If Diana is not allowed aboard the Normandy, she will embed with the SSV Shasta, an Alliance dreadnought.

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