CONFESSION: We had The Pearl. We had the Blooming Rose. I know I should be worried about the tears in the Fade but I am dying to know the name of Inquisition’s Brothel

CONFESSION: We had The Pearl. We had the Blooming Rose. I know I should be worried about the tears in the Fade but I am dying to
know the name of Inquisition’s Brothel

CONFESSION: I could NEVER hate Loghain but yet I don’t like him either. I do respect him. I feel for him at times. And I consider him one of the best sympathetic villains I have ever encountered in a game.

CONFESSION: I could NEVER hate Loghain but yet I don’t like him either. I do respect him. I feel for him at times. And I consider him one of the best sympathetic villains I have ever encountered in a game.

CONFESSION: I once got into a 3 hour long debate about if the Maker was real or not and I am still convinced its all a big lie made by the Divine to control the unwited masses and keep a tight leash on mages.

CONFESSION: I once got into a 3 hour long debate about if the Maker was real or not and I am still convinced its all a big lie made by the Divine to control the unwited masses and keep a tight leash on mages.

CONFESSION: When I played the Awakening, I’d get really mad whenever Oghren, Anders or Sigrun mocked Nathaniel for being “quiet”, “grumpy” or “without the sense of humour”. Considering that he had not so happy childhood (parents who hated each other and neglected their children, Nate was verbally abused by Rendon and maternal grandmother) and had to deal with the consequences of Rendon’s betrayal, it’s no wonder Nate’s a bit reserved.

CONFESSION: When I played the Awakening, I’d get really mad whenever Oghren, Anders or Sigrun mocked Nathaniel for being “quiet”, “grumpy” or “without the sense of humour”. Considering that he had not so happy childhood (parents who hated each other and neglected their children, Nate was verbally abused by Rendon and maternal grandmother) and had to deal with the consequences of Rendon’s betrayal, it’s no wonder Nate’s a bit reserved.

CONFESSION: 


I think that Meredith is a much more interesting and complex antagonist than Loghain is.




 

CONFESSION: 

I think that Meredith is a much more interesting and complex antagonist than Loghain is.
 
CONFESSION:  I somehow managed to miss the Redcliffe Tavern in Origins my first five playthroughs. I didn’t know I could walk up that cliff to get there until you regroup at Redcliffe in the endgame of my fifth run.

CONFESSION:  I somehow managed to miss the Redcliffe Tavern in Origins my first five playthroughs. I didn’t know I could walk up that cliff to get there until you regroup at Redcliffe in the endgame of my fifth run.

CONFESSION: I wish that there were a third option when Hawke faces the blood mage/prostitute Idunna. Kill her or send her to the Gallows? I (and especially my Hawke) would prefer to let her run free—far from Kirkwall. It only gets sadder when Hawke receives a letter from Idunna in Act 2 and she’s “found the Maker” while imprisoned within the Circle.

CONFESSION: I wish that there were a third option when Hawke faces the blood mage/prostitute Idunna. Kill her or send her to the Gallows? I (and especially my Hawke) would prefer to let her run free—far from Kirkwall. It only gets sadder when Hawke receives a letter from Idunna in Act 2 and she’s “found the Maker” while imprisoned within the Circle.

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.