Krogan

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While individual krogan are typically strong and incredibly durable, as a political faction the krogan are of marginal importance in the Mass Effect universe. The krogan are divided into numerous armed camps that feud with each other, and their reduced reproduction rate is insufficient to replace losses from inter-clan conflicts. Consequently, the krogan race is slowly but steadily dying out.
 
While individual krogan are typically strong and incredibly durable, as a political faction the krogan are of marginal importance in the Mass Effect universe. The krogan are divided into numerous armed camps that feud with each other, and their reduced reproduction rate is insufficient to replace losses from inter-clan conflicts. Consequently, the krogan race is slowly but steadily dying out.
  
As of the year 2186, Clan Urdnot had united much of the krogan clans into one unified force.  The united krogan clans are able to muster a formidable ground combat force against their enemies, but remain rather deficient when it comes to an interstellar navy.  If the genophage is cured, it can be assumed that their potential threat level would increase thanks to a population boom.
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By the year 2186, Clan Urdnot had reunited many of the krogan clans under their leadership.  The united krogan clans are able to muster a formidable ground combat force, but (being still demilitarized by the Council) they lack an interstellar navy.  If the genophage were cured, their potential threat level would likely increase thanks to a population explosion, which makes certain Council races extremely wary of any efforts to create such a cure.
  
 
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