Confession: I actually loved dragon age 2. Well yeah I was really surprised and kinda upset that you don’t really leave Kirkwall and only explore a few surrounding areas and the repeating cave ugh. But every other factor to me was great. I thought the art was soo beautiful. I think what saved dragon age 2 though was the ability to be sarcastic Hawke. the things you can say are hilarious. 
 

Confession: I actually loved dragon age 2. Well yeah I was really surprised and kinda upset that you don’t really leave Kirkwall and only explore a few surrounding areas and the repeating cave ugh. But every other factor to me was great. I thought the art was soo beautiful. I think what saved dragon age 2 though was the ability to be sarcastic Hawke. the things you can say are hilarious. 

 

Confession:  I always let the Hawke sibling die in the deep roads. I enjoy the idea of her being completely and utterly alone in the end; the kind of ending I feel fits her character. That’s also why I always romance Anders and kill him at the end.
 

Confession:  I always let the Hawke sibling die in the deep roads. I enjoy the idea of her being completely and utterly alone in the end; the kind of ending I feel fits her character. That’s also why I always romance Anders and kill him at the end.

 

Confession: Even on my first playthrough of DA2,I’ve always went the ProTemplars route with my mage Hawke. It didn’t feel right siding with the mages,even though they were pretty much the same as my Hawke. It’s like for some reason DA2 gradually made me dislike “myself” more and more with practically every apostate I strolled by. To an extent, I also like to think that Leandra’s death just made Hawke perhaps snap and hate him/herself more;that to justify all the bad that’s been done is to side with templars
 

Confession: Even on my first playthrough of DA2,I’ve always went the ProTemplars route with my mage Hawke. It didn’t feel right siding with the mages,even though they were pretty much the same as my Hawke. It’s like for some reason DA2 gradually made me dislike “myself” more and more with practically every apostate I strolled by. To an extent, I also like to think that Leandra’s death just made Hawke perhaps snap and hate him/herself more;that to justify all the bad that’s been done is to side with templars

 

Confession: I know it’s not very lore-friendly, but my female Wardens and Hawkes will always have long, perfect hair and a decent amount of makeup on. I couldn’t even continue playing on a “natural” character I made because I got annoyed at the fact that she didn’t look like what I was used to creating and seeing.
 

Confession: I know it’s not very lore-friendly, but my female Wardens and Hawkes will always have long, perfect hair and a decent amount of makeup on. I couldn’t even continue playing on a “natural” character I made because I got annoyed at the fact that she didn’t look like what I was used to creating and seeing.

 

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Confession: There is this female Dalish Elf (the one standing by the entrance of the camp with the male hunter during Act I of DA:II) that looks almost exactly like my Mahariel (aside from the nose, of course). Every time I see her I get these mixed feelings of excitement and nostalgia, I just love my warden way too much.
 

Confession: There is this female Dalish Elf (the one standing by the entrance of the camp with the male hunter during Act I of DA:II) that looks almost exactly like my Mahariel (aside from the nose, of course). Every time I see her I get these mixed feelings of excitement and nostalgia, I just love my warden way too much.

 

CONFESSION: 


I think Fenris would have been a more interesting companion in Origins than DA2. I would have loved to see how he interacted with Wynne and Morrigan and Sten and I’m sure he and Alistair and Leliana would have been fun together! I also think it would be interesting to see what he thought about issues that weren’t predominately mage vs templar.




 

CONFESSION:

I think Fenris would have been a more interesting companion in Origins than DA2. I would have loved to see how he interacted with Wynne and Morrigan and Sten and I’m sure he and Alistair and Leliana would have been fun together! I also think it would be interesting to see what he thought about issues that weren’t predominately mage vs templar.
 
Confession: It’s like my tenth play through of DA2 and I was going to romance Sebastian this time. Nope, the moment Fenris walked down those stairs made me forget the Starkhaven prince.
 

Confession: It’s like my tenth play through of DA2 and I was going to romance Sebastian this time. Nope, the moment Fenris walked down those stairs made me forget the Starkhaven prince.

 

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: Whenever I finished my first playthough of all the Dragon Age games, I’d go on tumblr and read about how other peoples story-line played out and become a little(lot) disappointed that i missed something or something could have ended better. The more I thought about it, the more I realized just like real life, you wish something could have been different, but in the end you can’t change it and you have to accept it. I have now come to terms with my decisions for my characters.
 

Confession: Whenever I finished my first playthough of all the Dragon Age games, I’d go on tumblr and read about how other peoples story-line played out and become a little(lot) disappointed that i missed something or something could have ended better. The more I thought about it, the more I realized just like real life, you wish something could have been different, but in the end you can’t change it and you have to accept it. I have now come to terms with my decisions for my characters.