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How does Reputation work in Mass Effect 3?

So in Mass Effect 3 Paragon and Renegade points go into a single Reputation meter. I also noticed most classes have a skill which improves your ability to gain reputation period (not specific paragon/renegade rep).

What effects does a high "agnostic" Reputation value have, regardless of what % of your reputation is Paragon or Renegade?

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Bearing in mind that thanks to EA, Sony, Microsoft and/or brick-and-mortar stores demanding different street dates for the EU, I can't confirm this hypothesis for another two days when I'll finally be able to actually play, but...

The way I understood the little talk about neutral reputation is that it magnifies the P/R reputation you already have.

As an example, if you have 3 paragon and 2 renegade, and you perform a neutral action worth 5 points, you'd end up with 6 Paragon and 4 Renegade.

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