Mass Effect & Mass Effect 3
Klensal has a thin atmosphere of carbon dioxide and ethane. Its first geological surveys were performed by batarians, and suggested areas of great mineral wealth. Human mining concerns spent billions of credits hustling to the distant system and sinking test bores to claim the system for humanity.
But Klensal had only an average level of mineral wealth - valuable, but hardly worth the rush and expense. Merida Industria, a small Mexican company hoping to strike it rich in their first extrasolar mining venture, had to file for bankruptcy protection.
Investigation revealed the batarian crew had deliberately falsified their surveys, hoping it would encourage human rivals to invest in a costly boondoggle. While unethical, this was not technically illegal, and the batarian government disavowed the "personal actions of a few misguided patriots." The planet is still littered with abandoned mining bases, which are often used as temporary meeting places for criminals.
- Note: In Mass Effect, the Mako can land here. There are deposits of beryllium and platinum here for UNC: Valuable Minerals. There is a mineshaft here for UNC: Hostile Takeover. A League of One medallion can be recovered here for UNC: Locate Signs of Battle.
|Points of Interest|
|1||Initial|| Syndicate hideout|
(UNC: Hostile Takeover)
|2||Initial||Crashed escape pod (Cannot be salvaged)|
|3||Initial||Mummified salarian (UNC: Locate Signs of Battle)|
|4||Initial||Crashed probe (Requires Hard Electronics to salvage)|
Mass Effect 3
- Note: In Mass Effect 3, this planet can be scanned for a cache of credits.