Mass Effect 3 Checklist
By: Anthony Dotson
Version: 3.0 alpha (10-26-2017)
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- (Optional, but recommended) expand options and select your DLC and previous choices. If left at defaults, all possible assets/missions will be shown, but by doing this, non-applicable ones will be hidden.
- Note the options for auto-saving and floating EMS score. All modern browsers should support both as advertised, but they are disabled by default in case your browser doesn't support these features. Test them by enabling them and checking a few boxes, wait at least one second, and then close and re-open your browser.
- If all options are correct, click the "Check Default War Assets" button.
- You must select the amount of Mineral Resources manually (under "War Assets"). Most players importing an ME2 save will receive the maximum. But you won't know for sure until you've progressed far enough in the game to view the War Terminal on the Normandy.
- Enter your Readiness Rating as displayed in-game. The game defaults to 50% if you haven't played multiplayer maps, Infiltrator, etc.
- Check missions, assets, etc. as they are completed. Make sure you expand missions to select options that may effect war assets. Your EMS score will be updated automatically.
- You don't have to pursue missions in the order listed. This order is optimized to allow you to maximize XP before undertaking more difficult missions, quickly obtain companions, do as many non-combat missions early as possible, etc.
- Data is saved using HTML5 local storage (document is 100% HTML5 compliant per W3C), which all modern browsers support. This means you can save this page on your local hard drive or wherever and so long as you don't move it, your browser will remember everything you have saved. So there are no cookies! Keep in mind that although this document requires very little local storage capacity, some browsers may flush the local storage occasionally, resetting these options; I have tested it on Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome.