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I just finished Priority: Rannoch.

I chose to let the Geth upload the Reaper code, and the Quarians got wiped out. I was unable to get the Quarians and the Geth to make peace. At the end, Tali jumped off a cliff, and there was a Paragon Interrupt as Shepard walked toward Tali. It looked like Shepard was too far away to save Tali. I had set down the controller and couldn't activate the Interrupt in time.

What would that Paragon Interrupt have done?

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Wow. Now I have to replay this game and purposely fail to make peace so that I can see this. –  Mr Smooth Mar 15 '12 at 13:08
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@MrSmooth it was...extremely dramatic. –  Ben Brocka Mar 15 '12 at 13:10
    
I take it you didn't have enough rep for the charm option earlier? I don't remember there being an interrupt near that point. –  MBraedley Mar 15 '12 at 13:13
    
@MBraedley it's not a matter of rep, you have to have done some stuff in the previous game as well...and I didn't even play the last game. –  Ben Brocka Mar 15 '12 at 13:22
    
Yeah, I looked at the wiki page after writing that. Seems like a much harder check then even the Morinth check, which is notoriously hard even with an imported save. –  MBraedley Mar 15 '12 at 13:32
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As shown here, the option is that you make a dive to try to catch her.

But you miss.

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The interrupt only causes Shepard to try and save Tali, but he/she won't be able to catch Tali in time.

To save Tali and get both, the Geth and the Quarians on your side see this other question. If you do not meet the requirements to make peace between the Geth and the Quarians, e.g. because you didn't import a save, you cannot have the Geth join you and save Tali at the same time.

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I've seen that Q, but I have an unimported save, so it's a no-go –  Ben Brocka Mar 15 '12 at 13:20
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