Confession: Is it too much to ask that your party SHUTS UP if you’re attacked? I want to hear what you’re saying damn it!
 

Confession: Is it too much to ask that your party SHUTS UP if you’re attacked? I want to hear what you’re saying damn it!

 

Confession: I just really need to know why Cole could hear an Old God’s call when he was near the Abyssal Rift in ‘Asunder’.
 

Confession: I just really need to know why Cole could hear an Old God’s call when he was near the Abyssal Rift in ‘Asunder’.

 

CONFESSION: "The reason why you dislike Sebastian is because he’s religious!" Well, yes, I’ll admit that that is the main reason to why I dislike him. But it’s mainly because the way he is religious reminds me of the first religious people I encountered on the internet. Nasty people, that lot.

CONFESSION: "The reason why you dislike Sebastian is because he’s religious!" Well, yes, I’ll admit that that is the main reason to why I dislike him. But it’s mainly because the way he is religious reminds me of the first religious people I encountered on the internet. Nasty people, that lot.

Confession: I played an elf in Origins because I’m short in real life; I got to be a hero, even though I was a skinny short nobody.
 

Confession: I played an elf in Origins because I’m short in real life; I got to be a hero, even though I was a skinny short nobody.

 

Confession: I would like to meet all the surviving companions from my previous play through in DAI. However, I’d like for them to be part of factions or doing things on their own, as would best fit their personality.
 

Confession: I would like to meet all the surviving companions from my previous play through in DAI. However, I’d like for them to be part of factions or doing things on their own, as would best fit their personality.

 

CONFESSION: 


Whenever I play the Magi Origin, I always equip the Ring of Study on Zev in exchange for his earring. I don’t even know why I do it, but I just feel like it’s appropriate. He saved the earring of his first kill and gives it to the Warden, so I see it fit that he receives something the Warden was given for their Harrowing. Both pieces of jewelry signify major turning points for their lives, and I like the idea of them trusting the other with something that signifies so much for them.

CONFESSION:

Whenever I play the Magi Origin, I always equip the Ring of Study on Zev in exchange for his earring. I don’t even know why I do it, but I just feel like it’s appropriate. He saved the earring of his first kill and gives it to the Warden, so I see it fit that he receives something the Warden was given for their Harrowing. Both pieces of jewelry signify major turning points for their lives, and I like the idea of them trusting the other with something that signifies so much for them.
Confession: In My second playthrough as a mage, I decided to be a bloodmage just to see how it would effect the game; the answer, hilariously, is not at all. And so began the crusade of irony, where I befriended Anders (who I hate and normally try to talk to/deal with as little as possible), Tried to side with Meredith whenever possible, but still always took the opportunity to say “hey, all mages aren’t like that!” and then promptly summon a demon to defeat all my foes. (“Hey, I said not ALL mages!”)
 

Confession: In My second playthrough as a mage, I decided to be a bloodmage just to see how it would effect the game; the answer, hilariously, is not at all. And so began the crusade of irony, where I befriended Anders (who I hate and normally try to talk to/deal with as little as possible), Tried to side with Meredith whenever possible, but still always took the opportunity to say “hey, all mages aren’t like that!” and then promptly summon a demon to defeat all my foes. (“Hey, I said not ALL mages!”)

 

Confession: Reading Asunder is so very hard after playing Mark of the Assassin. I can’t get through a single chapter without remembering the Orlesian accents in MOTA and the next time there’s a line of dialogue from Rhys, Adrian or Evangeline, I read it in Baron Arlange’s voice and burst out laughing.
 

Confession: Reading Asunder is so very hard after playing Mark of the Assassin. I can’t get through a single chapter without remembering the Orlesian accents in MOTA and the next time there’s a line of dialogue from Rhys, Adrian or Evangeline, I read it in Baron Arlange’s voice and burst out laughing.

 

Confession: I can’t seem to commit to a play through of Dragon Age Origins if I am not a dwarf. I just believe that the beards look so much better on them and I don’t like to play without a bearded character, therefore I cannot play as anything other than a dwarf
 

Confession: I can’t seem to commit to a play through of Dragon Age Origins if I am not a dwarf. I just believe that the beards look so much better on them and I don’t like to play without a bearded character, therefore I cannot play as anything other than a dwarf

 

Confession: After I beat Dragon age 2 for the first time, I just COULDN’T make another playthrough. Nope. Couldn’t. But after years I tried it again and I’m on my third in a month. I stopped looking strictly for flaws and saw the positives. It’s a great game.
 

Confession: After I beat Dragon age 2 for the first time, I just COULDN’T make another playthrough. Nope. Couldn’t. But after years I tried it again and I’m on my third in a month. I stopped looking strictly for flaws and saw the positives. It’s a great game.