As the final installment in the trilogy, Mass Effect 3 is the culmination of all your choices made throughout each game. As such, the game has plenty of choice-based scenarios that depend heavily on how you progressed throughout the previous two games. One such mission revolves around the Genophage and a Salarian that is doing their best to keep it from being cured. Here is everything you need to know about whether or not you should accept the Dalatrass’ offer in Mass Effect 3.
Should You Accept Dalatrass Offer in Mass Effect 3?
Accepting the Dalatrass’s offer in Mass Effect 3 really comes down to a few key questions: What happened with Wrex on Virmire? Did you save Maelon’s data in Mass Effect 2? Do you need War Assets? Are you heavy Paragon or Renegade?
The answer to each of these questions will factor pretty heavily into the choice you’ll want to make.
If you’re looking at things from a War Assets perspective, you’ll want to approach the situation based on the decision you made all the way back in the first game.
What to Do if You Saved Wrex
We will start with what you should do if you saved Wrex in Mass Effect.
Players that saved Wrex should go down the Paragon route of denying the Dalatrass’ offer in Mass Effect 3. Not only is this the more noble thing to do, but you’ll also get far more War Assets from curing the Genophage than you would from sabotaging it while Wrex is the leader of Clan Urdnot.
Of the two choices, this one seems to be the one that gets you the most in terms of War Assets.
What to Do if Wreav Is the Clan Leader
If Wreav is the leader of Clan Urdnot – meaning you killed Wrex on Virmire – then you’ll actually want to accept the Dalatrass’s offer to sabotage the Genophage in Mass Effect 3. You’ll get more War Assets from the Salarian First Fleet and Mordin Solus than you would from the Urdnots and Krogans this way, because Wreav is apparently a terrible leader.
Keep in mind that this is obviously a heavy Renegade route, so just be comfortable with being the bad guy if you do end up going this way.
Maelon’s Research Data in Mass Effect 2
Another very important factor in this decision is whether or not you saved Maelon’s Research data during Mordin’s loyalty mission in Mass Effect 2.
If you chose to save the data, then Eve – the female Krogan who helps to develop the Genophage cure – will survive. She’ll aid both Wrex and Wreav once the cure is made, bolstering their war assets and making siding with them the better choice hands-down.
If you chose to destroy it, then Eve will die. If that is the case, then you’ll want to accept the Dalatrass’ offer in Mass Effect 3, even if Wrex is alive. You’ll still end up having to kill him on the Citadel during a confrontation later on, but the end result in this situation still nets you more War Assets than if you cure it without Eve living.
That is everything you need to know about whether or not you should accept the Dalatrass’ offer in Mass Effect 3. For more tips, tricks, and FAQs answered, be sure to check out our Mass Effect LE wiki guide for more helpful info.
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