CONFESSION: 

I think it’s hilarious that Aveline just kind of ignores it every time you flirt with her, especially during the whole quest of trying to get her and Donnic together. Aveline is the absolute best.

CONFESSION:

I think it’s hilarious that Aveline just kind of ignores it every time you flirt with her, especially during the whole quest of trying to get her and Donnic together. Aveline is the absolute best.

CONFESSION: 
To me, Sebastian’s biggest character flaw (and the most interesting) is that despite what he professes, he does not put his faith in the Maker but rather in Elthina. He has no faith in himself, no sense of conviction, and seems incapable of making his own decisions without validation. Except on rare occasions, he follows her word blindly and is unable to see her faults, thinking her perfect. I would have loved if the DLC had explored this better, it would have made him a more complex character

CONFESSION:

To me, Sebastian’s biggest character flaw (and the most interesting) is that despite what he professes, he does not put his faith in the Maker but rather in Elthina. He has no faith in himself, no sense of conviction, and seems incapable of making his own decisions without validation. Except on rare occasions, he follows her word blindly and is unable to see her faults, thinking her perfect. I would have loved if the DLC had explored this better, it would have made him a more complex character

CONFESSION:  

My friend and fellow DA:O player were talking about the game a few months ago, as I had just finished it for the first time and he was a years-long player. He asked me if I agreed to do Morrigan’s ritual, and kinda laughed and asked, “You trust her?” when I said had. I thought about it, and I realized, yes, I DO trust Morrigan. My Warden and she didn’t see eye-to-eye, but I believe her when she says Flemeth is the one to hunt, not her. I’m excited to see her in DA:I.

CONFESSION: 

My friend and fellow DA:O player were talking about the game a few months ago, as I had just finished it for the first time and he was a years-long player. He asked me if I agreed to do Morrigan’s ritual, and kinda laughed and asked, “You trust her?” when I said had. I thought about it, and I realized, yes, I DO trust Morrigan. My Warden and she didn’t see eye-to-eye, but I believe her when she says Flemeth is the one to hunt, not her. I’m excited to see her in DA:I.

Confession: I can’t help compare the Night’s Watch from A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) to the Grey Wardens. Both have remarkable similarities, and both are a high honor.

Confession: I can’t help compare the Night’s Watch from A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) to the Grey Wardens. Both have remarkable similarities, and both are a high honor.

 CONFESSION:  

I’m surprised there has been no talk of Wyverns in the Dragon Age fandom and the awesome fact that we can ride them as mounts in the upcoming game. Sounds pretty rad, riding around Thedas on a giant poisonous lizard. I for one, cannot wait for that.

 CONFESSION:  

I’m surprised there has been no talk of Wyverns in the Dragon Age fandom and the awesome fact that we can ride them as mounts in the upcoming game. Sounds pretty rad, riding around Thedas on a giant poisonous lizard. I for one, cannot wait for that.

CONFESSION: 

I’m so annoyed by discussion of the Warden or Hawke returning that I wouldn’t mind a quest in DA:I that involved finding their corpses or in the middle of being killed.

CONFESSION:

I’m so annoyed by discussion of the Warden or Hawke returning that I wouldn’t mind a quest in DA:I that involved finding their corpses or in the middle of being killed.

CONFESSION: 

 From what i heard about Cole, i think hes going to be a spirit of empathy

CONFESSION:

 From what i heard about Cole, i think hes going to be a spirit of empathy

Confession: Once I named my female Mahariel “Elora” because it came to mind, without realizing there was already an Elora in the game. When my party met her I was so pissed off that I persuaded the Lady of the Forest to destroy the dalish camp. Some may say I overreacted, but I was just granting my Warden the uniqueness that she deserved

Confession: Once I named my female Mahariel “Elora” because it came to mind, without realizing there was already an Elora in the game. When my party met her I was so pissed off that I persuaded the Lady of the Forest to destroy the dalish camp. Some may say I overreacted, but I was just granting my Warden the uniqueness that she deserved

Confession: Human Noble is my favorite origin, and I’ve played it a few times, but always as a female. Recently, out of curiosity, I tried it as a male Cousland. Not a whole lot is changed, but it does have some subtle differences. Somehow, I felt a lot more at home in the Cousland family as their daughter than I did as their son.

Confession: Human Noble is my favorite origin, and I’ve played it a few times, but always as a female. Recently, out of curiosity, I tried it as a male Cousland. Not a whole lot is changed, but it does have some subtle differences. Somehow, I felt a lot more at home in the Cousland family as their daughter than I did as their son.

Confession: I’ve played through these games so many times that I’ve used all the good names for a character that I had in mind. I hope my female Inquisitor doesn’t mind being named after a Disney princess or similar, because that is most likely what is going to happen

Confession: I’ve played through these games so many times that I’ve used all the good names for a character that I had in mind. I hope my female Inquisitor doesn’t mind being named after a Disney princess or similar, because that is most likely what is going to happen