Confession:  I don’t know if I’m the only person who feels this way, but by the end of DA2 I feel Anders’ experience with Justice/Vengeance is a bit like Fenris’ when Fenris was still a slave under Danarius. I’ve seen some people say that since Anders asked to join with J/V or that Fenris asked for the tattoo then they should be held responsible for their own actions, but I think the fact that they have to resort ask for something like proves how fucked up the situation is. And I’ve seen people saying it’s Anders’ own fault for blowing up the Chantry because his eyes were not glowing when he asked Hawke to assist him. But I feel that’s just like Fenris killing the group of fog warriors he was with even after being free from Danarius for several months. They are both not in total control of their own body/mind. I just feel that they are really more alike then they think.
 

Confession:  I don’t know if I’m the only person who feels this way, but by the end of DA2 I feel Anders’ experience with Justice/Vengeance is a bit like Fenris’ when Fenris was still a slave under Danarius. I’ve seen some people say that since Anders asked to join with J/V or that Fenris asked for the tattoo then they should be held responsible for their own actions, but I think the fact that they have to resort ask for something like proves how fucked up the situation is. And I’ve seen people saying it’s Anders’ own fault for blowing up the Chantry because his eyes were not glowing when he asked Hawke to assist him. But I feel that’s just like Fenris killing the group of fog warriors he was with even after being free from Danarius for several months. They are both not in total control of their own body/mind. I just feel that they are really more alike then they think.

 

Confession: When I played Awakening, I fell in love with Anders and was super excited to romance him in 2. But as I played through the game as a pro-mage Mage, I felt as if my romance with him was becoming distant. The game offered no way for him to trust me (even though I would have willingly helped him) it feels as if the game didn’t -want- you to have a real relationship with Anders. When he tricked me into helping him set the Chantry aflame, I felt really betrayed. I never romanced him again.
 

Confession: When I played Awakening, I fell in love with Anders and was super excited to romance him in 2. But as I played through the game as a pro-mage Mage, I felt as if my romance with him was becoming distant. The game offered no way for him to trust me (even though I would have willingly helped him) it feels as if the game didn’t -want- you to have a real relationship with Anders. When he tricked me into helping him set the Chantry aflame, I felt really betrayed. I never romanced him again.

 

Confession: I have a feeling that most people would stop agreeing with Anders if he looked like Emile de Launcet and sounded like him too, but had the exact same backstory, dialogue, and ideals.
 

Confession: I have a feeling that most people would stop agreeing with Anders if he looked like Emile de Launcet and sounded like him too, but had the exact same backstory, dialogue, and ideals.

 

Confession: Despite all the flak Anders got for his comment if Hawke gives Fenris to Danarius, I think he was just being a snide asshole, not pro-slavery. Given everything we know about Anders, I don’t believe he meant it.
 

Confession: Despite all the flak Anders got for his comment if Hawke gives Fenris to Danarius, I think he was just being a snide asshole, not pro-slavery. Given everything we know about Anders, I don’t believe he meant it.

 

Confession: I’ve always wondered why Anders didn’t blow up the Templars’ Hall instead. Would’ve taken out Meredith directly and heck, half of Kirkwall probably would’ve been psyched.
 

Confession: I’ve always wondered why Anders didn’t blow up the Templars’ Hall instead. Would’ve taken out Meredith directly and heck, half of Kirkwall probably would’ve been psyched.

 

Confession: My Boyfriend looks like DA2 Anders with Alistair’s hair style. i’m constantly stuck between how creepy it is and being weirdly aroused.
 

Confession: My Boyfriend looks like DA2 Anders with Alistair’s hair style. i’m constantly stuck between how creepy it is and being weirdly aroused.

 

Confession: Ever since I read this headcanon about Anders being Fiona’s child and Alistair’s half-brother, I can’t help but think it’s true. I just realized that besides personality the two do look very similar and I’m beginning to make this my head canon as well. It’s the only way I’ll accept Alistair as not being Fiona’s son.
 

Confession: Ever since I read this headcanon about Anders being Fiona’s child and Alistair’s half-brother, I can’t help but think it’s true. I just realized that besides personality the two do look very similar and I’m beginning to make this my head canon as well. It’s the only way I’ll accept Alistair as not being Fiona’s son.

 

Confession: It has always surprised me, that people didn’t see it coming, that Anders would bomb the Chantry. He asks for Sela Petrae, which is a Nitratine and can be used to build bombs. Maybe it was the Chemist in me, but all things considered I always found it evidently. Sadly this also made the ending a bit unspectacular for me.
 

Confession: It has always surprised me, that people didn’t see it coming, that Anders would bomb the Chantry. He asks for Sela Petrae, which is a Nitratine and can be used to build bombs. Maybe it was the Chemist in me, but all things considered I always found it evidently. Sadly this also made the ending a bit unspectacular for me.

 

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: I always romance Isabela in DA2. ‘Cos Anders and Fenris are both deeply troubled men and Merrill is just too innocent. Romancing them feels like taking advantage of them.
 

Confession: I always romance Isabela in DA2. ‘Cos Anders and Fenris are both deeply troubled men and Merrill is just too innocent. Romancing them feels like taking advantage of them.