Should you cure the Genophage in Mass Effect 3?

There’s no right or wrong answer as to whether the Genophage should be cured. However, Wrex (or Wreav) is convinced that curing it is required to complete the treaty between the krogan and the turians, and Shepard learns early on that the Shroud was sabotaged to prevent any dispersal of the cure.

Can you save Mordin and cure the Genophage?

No. The only way to save Mordin is to destroy the genophage data in ME2 with Wreav in charge of the Krogan. You can’t save both Mordin and Wrex. If Wrex is leading the Krogan, there is no way to peacefully convince Mordin to allow the sabotaged genophage cure to disperse.

Should I sabotage the shroud in Mass Effect 3?

Not revealing the sabotage will let you keep Mordin from dying, but Wrex will attack you. Curing the Genophage will result in a heroic death for Mordin. A renegade prompt appears allowing you to shoot Mordin in the back and prevent him from curing the genophage.

Is it better to sabotage the Genophage cure?

If you cured the genophage, you will receive no salarian assets at this time, leaving the STG force you gained from Sur’Kesh as their race’s only representatives at this time. Sabotaging the cure grants you their First Fleet and Mordin Solus (if he was spared).

Can Mordin be saved in me3?

During Mass Effect 3’s main story mission “Priority: Tuchanka,” Mordin will need to stay behind in the exploding Shroud tower in order to successfully disperse a cure for the Genophage. Under the majority of playthrough scenarios, there is no way for Mordin to survive the blast and he will die as a result.

Can you cure the Genophage?

There is no known cure for the genophage.

Did Mordin create the Genophage?

Within the series’ narrative, Mordin helped create and distribute measures to strengthen an artificial population control plague, named the Genophage, used against the krogan, a fast-breeding warlike alien race.