CONFESSION: I think those who support what Loghain did 100% of the way are doing the character a disservice. The depth of the fall and potential redemption of a once-great man is undermined if you just assume that every questionable thing he did was part of some sort of flawless masterstroke that singlehandedly saved Ferelden. As he says himself before slaying the Archdemon, “I’ve done so much wrong. Allow me to do one last thing right.”

CONFESSION: I think those who support what Loghain did 100% of the way are doing the character a disservice. The depth of the fall and potential redemption of a once-great man is undermined if you just assume that every questionable thing he did was part of some sort of flawless masterstroke that singlehandedly saved Ferelden. As he says himself before slaying the Archdemon, “I’ve done so much wrong. Allow me to do one last thing right.”

CONFESSION:  Halamshiral - A Dragon Age Origins Tribute song on youtube everyone should listen to. So close to my first playthrough.
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Click here to listen to song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx62Q8qrcN4

CONFESSION:  Halamshiral - A Dragon Age Origins Tribute song on youtube everyone should listen to. So close to my first playthrough.

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Click here to listen to song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx62Q8qrcN4

CONFESSION: 


As a gay gamer, Alistair was always the forbidden fruit for me. I wanted so badly to romance him, because he’s the perfect guy IMO. And yet, when I got equal love on one of my later playthroughs, I couldn’t go through with modmancing him. The relationship felt fake, like I was doing something I shouldn’t have. To this day, Alistair is my favourite character and that one thing, amongst all the fantastic wonders of Thedas, that I couldn’t have.




 

CONFESSION:

As a gay gamer, Alistair was always the forbidden fruit for me. I wanted so badly to romance him, because he’s the perfect guy IMO. And yet, when I got equal love on one of my later playthroughs, I couldn’t go through with modmancing him. The relationship felt fake, like I was doing something I shouldn’t have. To this day, Alistair is my favourite character and that one thing, amongst all the fantastic wonders of Thedas, that I couldn’t have.
 
CONFESSION: I’ve never liked Fenris or Anders. All they do is whine, and I’ve always felt that they were more akin to Final Fantasy than Dragon Age.

CONFESSION: I’ve never liked Fenris or Anders. All they do is whine, and I’ve always felt that they were more akin to Final Fantasy than Dragon Age.

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: 


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: I have played through DAO eleven times now, but I still have never spared Loghain. No matter what he says to justify what he did I cannot ignore his betrayal that killed so many men that trusted him, and then how he goes around tainting the grey wardens name. I would not risk keeping him around just because he had a sudden change of heart once I had a sword at his throat.

CONFESSION: I have played through DAO eleven times now, but I still have never spared Loghain. No matter what he says to justify what he did I cannot ignore his betrayal that killed so many men that trusted him, and then how he goes around tainting the grey wardens name. I would not risk keeping him around just because he had a sudden change of heart once I had a sword at his throat.

CONFESSION: I still believe that Duncan somehow made it out of Ostagar and survived. Maybe I’m being naive, but I do honestly feel like he is still alive.

CONFESSION: I still believe that Duncan somehow made it out of Ostagar and survived. Maybe I’m being naive, but I do honestly feel like he is still alive.

CONFESSION: The way Fenris’s feet looked in-game drove me crazy! I get that it’s probably hard and time consuming to render feet into a video game but then I question why they did the whole strange “barefoot elf” thing at all if they couldn’t make their feet look better than “boots colored to look like feet”.

CONFESSION: The way Fenris’s feet looked in-game drove me crazy! I get that it’s probably hard and time consuming to render feet into a video game but then I question why they did the whole strange “barefoot elf” thing at all if they couldn’t make their feet look better than “boots colored to look like feet”.

CONFESSION: 


While I really like the design of Flemeth in DA2, I think they should’ve kept her original look in DA:O. She’s more underestimated in the first game, I mean, we wouldn’t really expect this little old lady to be as powerful as she is, right?

CONFESSION:

While I really like the design of Flemeth in DA2, I think they should’ve kept her original look in DA:O. She’s more underestimated in the first game, I mean, we wouldn’t really expect this little old lady to be as powerful as she is, right?