Should I destroy the geth ME3?

Should I destroy the geth ME3?

Rewriting the geth heretics will give you more geth than quarian assets in Mass Effect 3 whereas destroying them will have the opposite effect.

How do you save both the geth and Quarians?

To save the two races, choose either the Paragon or Renegade option, which will tell Legion to upload the code while Shepard convinces the Quarian fleet to stop their assault on Geth ships. Tali and Admiral Koris backs Shepard up, and the firing stops with both the Quarians and Geth finally brokering peace.

Can you save the Geth in the Destroy ending?

Geth, EDI, organics all remain exactly the same. It is just the Reapers who change. With destroy you essentially commit Geth genocide and kill EDI, and synthesis, while saving everyone is neutral because of the forced change to everybody.

Is it better to rewrite the Geth or destroy?

Rewriting the heretics makes the Geth stronger, causing more problems to quarians (and more casualties), and destroying them makes the quarian’s war easier (and less of them die).

How do you save Tali in Mass Effect 2?

Complete Tali: Treason and do not present the evidence of Tali’s father’s crimes at her trial. When Tali & Legion Argue, take Tali’s side or resolve the argument. If you do not take Tali’s side, go and speak to her right away after the argument and use your morality dialog option to regain Tali’s loyalty.

Why is destroy the best ending?

One of the big reasons “Destroy” is such a popular ending is because the other endings are ideas that were only explored by villains that ultimately failed. For example, the idea to control the Reapers was entirely the Illusive Man’s goal from the start.

Does EDI survive the destroy ending legendary?

[ME3 ending spoilers] So we know that the destroy blast from the citadel destroys all synthetic life, we are NOT told how it did this. By this point all surviving AI’s are part reaper, the geth and EDI have reaper code, this is how the geth where destroyed but human tech was mostly intact.