Mordin taught me many lessons, the most important of which was that life is a negotiation, we all want and we all give to get what we want. It was exactly in this vein that our paths would cross again during the Reaper invasion. I had delicately negotiated for both Salarian and Krogan aid in fighting the Reapers, but in doing so I had to agree to sabotage the potential cure of the genophage. Mordin, clearly tortured by his involvement with the genophage, was convinced he should cure it. It was the first time I ever heard him admit he made a mistake. When he told me that the big picture [was] made up of little pictures, that it was his responsibility and that someone else might have gotten it wrong, I knew emotions were clouding his previously impersonal logic. He didnt even anticipate that I would have been in favour of sabotaging the cure. The ultimate tragedy was that he was the one who convinced me that the genophage was the best option. It was such a shame as, in his own words, he had more to offer, [and] mistakes to fix.
Im commander Shepard, and I killed Mordin Solus.
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