You let them go, the Turian gets angry at you for letting a monster species out there. You kill them, the Turian gets angry at you for genocide. And the only impact on the series is whether or not you get a bit more war assets.
Okay, there is that. I still feel that if you make a galaxy-changing decisions like this it should have some real weight. Imagine if humanity had finally defeated the Borg, some random army ranger stumbled onto a base where they were rebuilding and decided 'I know you nearly wiped out humanity multiple times but I'm gonna give you another chance with no safeguards or restrictions'. Would you think this person was a hero or would you lead the lynch mob?
Yeah I know XDDDD Me3 just felt short and rushed in general. But I'm getting sick of complaining about it D: i get more depressed each time I do. And Im out of town so I can't even play the DLC that "fixed" the endings XD
Also i agree more or less. The Turian councilor hates everything u do no matter what cause hes a rascist but the Asari councilor supports u with Liara and i think she supports you with Virmire and Ferros. The Salarian councilor supports u with Liara but i think she/ he goes against u with the rest
It's funny in the actual game when you pick the regenade dialog option. The turian councilor says something like "You enjoy exterminating entire races?" and Shepard replies "Depends on the race... Turian."
Hate him, no matter what you do he pisses on you all the time.