I did every side mission, every option I've ever chosen in the game was paragon, as was the Illusive man options. What gives?
Possible Duplicate: How do you get the last paragon/renegade dialogue option towards the end of the game? You know, the third one when talking to The Illusive Man at the end of the game. My reputation meter looks to be maxed out, or at least fairly close. Is there anything beyond just rep that influences that check? The wiki article on the mission seems to indicate that there is more than just rep, but doesn't elaborate.
Possible Duplicate: How do you get the last paragon/renegade dialogue option towards the end of the game? This question will be filled with spoilers. Despite having played a perfect paragon playthrough, I was unable to select the third paragon dialog choice in the final confrontation with the illusive man. It said something like "but you already have". I had to choose a normal option, which led to a renegade interrupt that I took, shooting and killing him, but saving Anderson (for a little while at least) What would've happened if I chose it? Would I have convinced him?
split. This means I was unable to unlock the final Paragon (or Renegade) dialogue option near the end which is required to convince the Illusive Man to shoot himself. Apparently, unlocking that dialogue option requires a 100% Paragon (or Renegade) score. I've just started a New Game Plus, and since the Paragon/Renegade ratio appears to carry over, does my previous Renegade choices mean I'm already doomed to fail to unlock that option even if I only make Paragon choices this time around? Or do my choices in this playthrough overwrite the ones I made in the last one?
Possible Duplicate: What alignment is Action Mode? So, when I was changing some options in the options menu, I noticed something very weird (for a Bioware game at least). Under Options > Narative, there is an option called "Conversation Mode" and it allows you to toggle Full Decisions vs No Decisions. And this piqued my curiosity. If you choose No Decisions, how does the game make the decisions. Most decisions are Paragon vs Renegade, so does it choose what your alignment leans towards, or does it just choose a default set of answers chosen by the developers throughout the game?
Possible Duplicate: How does Reputation work in Mass Effect 3? So I've been working towards paragon at every turn and I don't want to have to play through 1,2 and 3 to find out. Does morality (paragon/renegade) change anything other than conversation choices? Does the story change? Are there new missions available? Can I unlock different team members?
I finished ME3 a few days ago and want to play through New Game+. I read here: You'll retain your level, powers, and bonus powers, your credits, your Reputation/Renegade/Paragon scores, and all weapons, mods and armor. I played Paragon the first time through, but now I want to play 100% renegade, just for the fun of it (sick of always being a goodie-goodie two-shoes). Is it possible to play 100% renegade (and thus unlock the renegade option in final confrontation) with New Game Plus? Or do I need to start fresh/re-import my ME2 save?
If you meet the following (mainly Paragon Mass Effect 2) conditions, AND have four bars of Reputation, then you can choose the Paragon (blue) option in the dialogue and resolve the Geth/Quarian... Fighter Squadrons Completed Rannoch: Admiral Koris, and saved Admiral Koris First side with Tali. When Legion pleads with you to reconsider, you will have both a Paragon and Renegade option... and Renegade options will appear. Pick Paragon for peace. How can I edit the save so I can meet these conditions? I have read that you can use Gibbed.MassEffect3.SaveEdit to edit ME save files.
Possible Duplicate: How are attributes allocated? Every Paragon level will reward you with: Core stats such as Strength, Dexterity, Intelligence, and Vitality in amounts similar to what you’d gain from a normal level; 3% Magic Find and 3% Gold Find1 I can't find a decent explanation on how these core stats scale for each level. Exactly how much does each stat change with every successive Paragon level? Are the gains more significant after a certain point, or are gains linear with Paragon level?
Possible Duplicate: How do I unite the Geth and the Quarians? Is it possible to achieve Quarian and Geth peace without importing a ME2 save? I know you need a paragon option to achieve this, but it's not showing up.