Confession: I cried when Morrigan referred to my warden as a sister. I totally understood what Morrigan was feeling in reference to that type of relationship. Out of five children, I’m the only girl - so I never had a sister - until one of my brother’s met his current girlfriend. I owe a lot of who I am to her. Calling me your sister is one of the most precious gifts someone has ever given me so it meant a lot to me that this is the kind of relationship Morrigan and my warden eventually got to.

Confession: I cried when Morrigan referred to my warden as a sister. I totally understood what Morrigan was feeling in reference to that type of relationship. Out of five children, I’m the only girl - so I never had a sister - until one of my brother’s met his current girlfriend. I owe a lot of who I am to her. Calling me your sister is one of the most precious gifts someone has ever given me so it meant a lot to me that this is the kind of relationship Morrigan and my warden eventually got to.

Confession: In most games that I play, I do my best to make sure each of my companions comes out alive. When the time came in DA2 to choose between Anders and Sebastian, I always chose Anders not just for plot and/or romantic reasons (among others), but because it let Sebastian walk away safely. I love Sebastian dearly, but I’d rather have both him and Anders alive and Sebastian hating me (hoping both will grow), than Sebastian with me and Anders dead as the alternative. As long as everyone lives, I’m good.

Confession: In most games that I play, I do my best to make sure each of my companions comes out alive. When the time came in DA2 to choose between Anders and Sebastian, I always chose Anders not just for plot and/or romantic reasons (among others), but because it let Sebastian walk away safely. I love Sebastian dearly, but I’d rather have both him and Anders alive and Sebastian hating me (hoping both will grow), than Sebastian with me and Anders dead as the alternative. As long as everyone lives, I’m good.

Confession: I’ve never romanced Leliana or Isabela. I don’t hate Leliana, but I never really liked her the same way I did the others. Orlesian bard or not, she just seemed kinda bland to me. As for Isabela, I love her half the time and hate her the rest. The whole “lied about the relic and got innocent people killed” thing didn’t really sit well with me.

Confession: I’ve never romanced Leliana or Isabela. I don’t hate Leliana, but I never really liked her the same way I did the others. Orlesian bard or not, she just seemed kinda bland to me. As for Isabela, I love her half the time and hate her the rest. The whole “lied about the relic and got innocent people killed” thing didn’t really sit well with me.

Confession: Although I’m glad Cullen and Cassandra are romanceable at all, the fact Bioware made the more religious characters straight (again.) rubs me the wrong way and reminds me eerily of Sebastian from DA2 and case of Ashley Williams in Mass Effect. That gimmick got old… Leliana was such a nice open character who was in touch with her faith, why not go for a similar route at least for one of them? I wasn’t planning on playing as a male Inquisitor soon but for Cassandra, an exception must be made :-/

Confession: Although I’m glad Cullen and Cassandra are romanceable at all, the fact Bioware made the more religious characters straight (again.) rubs me the wrong way and reminds me eerily of Sebastian from DA2 and case of Ashley Williams in Mass Effect. That gimmick got old… Leliana was such a nice open character who was in touch with her faith, why not go for a similar route at least for one of them? I wasn’t planning on playing as a male Inquisitor soon but for Cassandra, an exception must be made :-/

Confession: Beside the fact that he’s a fan character, I can’t understand why Cullen is in Inquisition, especially as an adviser of war. He’s never been in a war and he can’t properly strategize, seeing as how he waits until the last moment to do help. He wouldn’t be a good person to be in a position of power but still under someone. For example, he let Meredith and his fellow templars harass and abuse mages AND send for the destruction of the Circle. I just can’t see him as a general and adviser of war.

Confession: Beside the fact that he’s a fan character, I can’t understand why Cullen is in Inquisition, especially as an adviser of war. He’s never been in a war and he can’t properly strategize, seeing as how he waits until the last moment to do help. He wouldn’t be a good person to be in a position of power but still under someone. For example, he let Meredith and his fellow templars harass and abuse mages AND send for the destruction of the Circle. I just can’t see him as a general and adviser of war.

CONFESSION:
I think Dorian’s mustache is freaking fantastic. I don’t understand the complaints.  Do people want to see a return to those ugly, furry caterpillar mustaches in DA2? I certainly don’t. Dorian is Grade A Hot and perfect the way he is.

CONFESSION:

I think Dorian’s mustache is freaking fantastic. I don’t understand the complaints.  Do people want to see a return to those ugly, furry caterpillar mustaches in DA2? I certainly don’t. Dorian is Grade A Hot and perfect the way he is.

Confession: Sometimes I think that Merrill’s hair are dreadlocks because of its rendering. That would be funny to think about: Dalish with traditional hairstyles that make them look like Bob Marley…

Confession: Sometimes I think that Merrill’s hair are dreadlocks because of its rendering. That would be funny to think about: Dalish with traditional hairstyles that make them look like Bob Marley…

Confession: I wish there had been an opportunity to offer Anora an opportunity to be in the royal court if you don’t make her queen.

Confession: I wish there had been an opportunity to offer Anora an opportunity to be in the royal court if you don’t make her queen.

Confession: When I first heard we were getting lizard-horse mounts in Inquisition I immediately thought of the iguana-bird creature Obi Wan Kenobi rode in Revenge of the Sith, it was fierce looking and adorable at the same time. I hope the lizard-horse is a combo of fierce and adorable as well

Confession: When I first heard we were getting lizard-horse mounts in Inquisition I immediately thought of the iguana-bird creature Obi Wan Kenobi rode in Revenge of the Sith, it was fierce looking and adorable at the same time. I hope the lizard-horse is a combo of fierce and adorable as well

Confession: I dislike Anora for the same reasons I dislike Arl Eamon. Both are manipulative politicians who will do whatever it takes to seize or hold onto their power and neither seem to have any regard for the fact that a Blight is ravaging their “beloved” country. The only difference is that I’m actually quite fond of how Anora is written. I wish they had delved more into her motivations. Eamon can go suck an egg.

Confession: I dislike Anora for the same reasons I dislike Arl Eamon. Both are manipulative politicians who will do whatever it takes to seize or hold onto their power and neither seem to have any regard for the fact that a Blight is ravaging their “beloved” country. The only difference is that I’m actually quite fond of how Anora is written. I wish they had delved more into her motivations. Eamon can go suck an egg.