MASS EFFECT 30 DAY CHALLENGE

Day Twenty-SevenOpinion on the Genophage? 
Always cure. My main Shepard is almost purely Renegade, but she sees the moral and ethical faults of the Genophage. Yes, it was a solution made in desperation and fear—much like the development of nuclear weapons—but also like nuclear weapons, it was utilized when the threat was not as worrisome as it was at first. As well, it had far-reaching and destructive consequences for the Krogan. Scientifically brilliant, it attracted the greatest minds and Mordin was proud of his work on its modification… after all it was genius. It ate away at him, however: he went through a spiritual crisis, came to respect the Krogan, even went against his own government’s wishes and sacrificed his life to fix what he helped modify. The Krogan have suffered but they do not pity themselves, Bakara is the symbol of this… she was strong and with Wrex by her side, it was clear to my Shepard that this new era for the Krogan would be different than the last.


MASS EFFECT 30 DAY CHALLENGE
↳Day Fifteen. Favorite Salarian? Mordin Solus

MASS EFFECT 30 DAY CHALLENGE

Day FifteenFavorite Salarian? 
Mordin Solus

MASS EFFECT 30 DAY CHALLENGE

Day SevenFavorite alien species? 
Drell, Krogan, and Salarian

"You’ve been a champion to the Krogan people, a friend of Clan Urdnot, and a sister to me."


Erika’s Top ME3 Moments || "Had to be me. Someone else might have gotten it wrong."

Erika’s Top ME3 Moments || "Had to be me. Someone else might have gotten it wrong."

Mordin. Oh, Mordin. He’s in my top 5 Mass Effect characters. His storyline is heartbreaking and one of the best arcs of the series. I know you can save him, but I think doing so is a great dismissal of his character. It is clear in Mass Effect 2 that he feels the need to fix the genophage and knows he doesn’t have many years left. I’m also glad we got so much time with him. To feel like he was a regular companion again, giving people medical advice they didn’t ask for, experimenting on things no one thought to experiment on… His friendship with Eve was beautiful… It was clear how much he cared for her and what she represented for the Krogan. His death hit me like a dagger to the heart, but he felt redeemed and knew he gave the Krogan a new future, and, for that, I can’t stay sad. He was one of the most driven, passionate, and well crafted characters in the series, and his final mission was a worthy one. It had to be him, someone else would have gotten it wrong.

Mordin. Oh, Mordin. He’s in my top 5 Mass Effect characters. His storyline is heartbreaking and one of the best arcs of the series. I know you can save him, but I think doing so is a great dismissal of his character. It is clear in Mass Effect 2 that he feels the need to fix the genophage and knows he doesn’t have many years left. I’m also glad we got so much time with him. To feel like he was a regular companion again, giving people medical advice they didn’t ask for, experimenting on things no one thought to experiment on… His friendship with Eve was beautiful… It was clear how much he cared for her and what she represented for the Krogan. His death hit me like a dagger to the heart, but he felt redeemed and knew he gave the Krogan a new future, and, for that, I can’t stay sad. He was one of the most driven, passionate, and well crafted characters in the series, and his final mission was a worthy one. It had to be him, someone else would have gotten it wrong.

Mass Effect 3 feels, by Erika~

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Mass Effect 3 feels, by Erika~

SPOILER HEAVY.

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