Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader – How to Get Cassia Orsellio in Your Party

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One of the major parts of Rogue Trader’s story is acquiring new party members for your escapades in the Koronus Expanse, including when those party members have more to them than you might first believe. Here’s how to get Cassia Orsellio in your party in Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader.

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Where to Find Cassia Orsellio in Rogue Trader

Cassia Orsellio can be found aboard Eurac V, and found during your mission hunting for a Navigator in Rogue Trader. This will first open up for you after completing the Prologue for the campaign. For the mission, you’ll need to explore Eurac V, get access to an elevator, and settle a family dispute with a few drops of blood before Cassia will finally join your party. If you cleared out Rykad Minoris first, she’ll help to max out your party until you get someone to possibly swap in.

Cassia herself is an Officer at her base level, offering access to the Vanguard, Master Tactician, and Grand Strategist tier 2 Archetypes. Her strongest base stats are mainly in both Perception and Willpower, with the latter being solid for her Warp-based abilities. Otherwise, she also offers strong stats in both Awareness and Lore (Warp) should you need either.

Beyond offering decent combat potential, Cassia is one of three romanceable companions in Rogue Trader. She’s available purely for a male main character, as compared to the other options being either exclusively for female main characters or either gender. Her path is related to how she sees her mutations as a Navigator, which you can help improve her viewpoint on leading to a potential romance. Just be sure to speak with her often and complete her quests.

If you’re looking for more help with romance in the game, check out our guide on all romanceable companions in Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader.

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