Scan the keepers

#1 Posted by WilliamRLBaker (4777 posts) -

does any one know how much EXP you get for canceling the scan the keepers quest? you get experience and Paragon points for talking to chroban again and canceling the quest and you get no paragon or renegade points but lots of exp and credits for scanning the little buggers I wanted to know so I can decide cause I wanna get the most paragon points without using the one paragon glitching monkeys 

#2 Posted by Galiant (2193 posts) -

Punctuation much? I don't understand why you want to cancel it?

#3 Posted by Galiant (2193 posts) -
@WilliamRLBaker Also, couldn't you just try it out? Cancelling a quest and reloading a save doesn't sound like much trouble...
#4 Posted by Kiro (288 posts) -

Exp scales to your level anyway, so the higher level you are the more exp you get.

#5 Posted by GlenTennis (3145 posts) -

There are plenty of ways to get Paragon points without doing this mission, I would get the EXP.

#6 Posted by DoctorTran (1562 posts) -
@GlenTennis
There are plenty of ways to get Paragon points without doing this mission, I would get the EXP.
Pretty much this.
#7 Posted by RedHatDrew (334 posts) -
@GlenTennis said:
" There are plenty of ways to get Paragon points without doing this mission, I would get the EXP. "
^Word.
#8 Posted by WilliamRLBaker (4777 posts) -

I am tying to max out Paragon points as soon as possible so as to get the highest charm there are quite a few events throughout the game that have charm paths especially some early scenarios that require quite high charm. the charm meter is based quite allot around your paragon meters level. I have no problem getting experience and yes there are many methods by which to get paragon points but I'm trying to get as many paragon points before I leave the citadel for the first time. 
 
Canceling it is one way to find out but then I have to see how many exp I get by scanning the things and that can take awhile to do. but never mind I'll just cancel the quest and get the paragon points credits and exp are far more abundant. 
thanks for every ones input. 

#9 Posted by MooseyMcMan (11020 posts) -
@WilliamRLBaker: I'm pretty sure in Mass Effect 1 your charm skill is based solely on the points you put into it. It's Mass Effect 2 where you need to stick with being Paragon or Renegade in order to persuade people. 
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#10 Posted by Galiant (2193 posts) -
@WilliamRLBaker I didn't understand your reasons and your lack of punctuation made your argument difficult for me to follow. I was honestly curious. No need to get all moody on my wall about it...if you post on a forum, you know, people might reply.
#11 Posted by White_Silhouette (473 posts) -
@MooseyMcMan said:
" @WilliamRLBaker: I'm pretty sure in Mass Effect 1 your charm skill is based solely on the points you put into it. It's Mass Effect 2 where you need to stick with being Paragon or Renegade in order to persuade people.  "
^ this.
#12 Posted by GunslingerPanda (4750 posts) -

Maxing out Paragon is easy as fuuuuuuuck, even early on, so this isn't really necessary. Just be a good boy.

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