KMakawa wrote:SPOILERS - MY OPINION OF THE CUT.
I chose the Synthesis ending during my main playthrough, and I chose it once more during the DLC Cut - I stuck with my original decision as I have done, always with Mass Effect - so that my character is a true form of what I would do - not rigging the way things turn out, or what happens in the game.
Synthesis, I believe was and still is (now due to the light being shone by the Cut) is the best option - I believe. Shepard may of died sure, however no war, all has been merged to one, and reapers have provided knowledge from all the previous civilizations and added it to this current civilization. Thus allowing humanity to rebuild, grow and more importantly - have peace throughout the galaxy.
I was constantly told "Nahh, its the wrong decision!!!" - doesnt feel that way now.
Proud that I have stuck with my laurels.
bamozzy wrote:I chose Synthesis too and feel that is the 'best' option.
Red means that all Synthetics die - including Edi and Geth
Blue means that all Organics die
Green means that both Organics and Synthetics live in Peace and Harmony and that Shepherd sacrifices him/herself for this - although according to the Starchild s/he lives on in a spiritual sense.
Personally I was a little touched by her name being added to the memorial wall although I had half expected him/her to live on in some form - maybew not physical - although that could be possible (like Edi) but more like the starchiild. Maybe s/he will in future Mass Effect games
HarleyQuin wrote:What ever ending you choose it still dosn't make much sense,personally i'd of liked no stupid star child and humanity and all others the other races blowing the reapers sky high,or turning the reapers against each other and killing each other.I'm sure they could think of a new baddie for mass effect 4.
Black Mantis wrote:HarleyQuin wrote:What ever ending you choose it still dosn't make much sense,personally i'd of liked no stupid star child and humanity and all others the other races blowing the reapers sky high,or turning the reapers against each other and killing each other.I'm sure they could think of a new baddie for mass effect 4.
Bioware have been hinting at the new bad guys already, further hints will be in the 1st bit of story dlc. I wouldn't expect them to show up in that though, best to leave it till next-gen. I do wonder what will become of The Reapers though...
dwp1slyfox wrote:I think the synthesis ending was the best. EDI survives. Shepard becomes immortal. Anyone see a correlation to religion in Shepard's death, resurrection, and life eternal? Shepard sacrifices himself so that many may be "saved" and in doing so, becomes incredibly powerful and godlike. Also, the significance of Bioware giving the commander the name Shepard. No first name. A herder of people, in effect, himself a collector (Oh the irony). Interesting that this was the choice the illusive man wanted all along, but he did not have Shepard's strength, character, or conviction and was indoctrinated. It appears Shepard escaped that fate (I think). In the synthesis conclusion, Shepard says he is "the man who fought to become the one who could lead the many". It is interesting however that the synthesis and destroy options both lead to damage to the mass relays and leave many civilizations back in the "stone age" before interstellar space flight. If Shepard chooses not to accept the options the catalyst gives him/her, humanity is obliterated but future civilizations use the collective knowledge gained to defeat the reapers and the relays are undisturbed. There are questions I still have, but that's what DLC is for I guess. The endings are alot better than what was previously offered, that's for sure.
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