CONFESSION:  I’m kind of glad that Varric isn’t a romance option. I’d hate for it to be as bad as Garrus’ romance was in ME2, and just feel tacked in as fanservice

CONFESSION:  I’m kind of glad that Varric isn’t a romance option. I’d hate for it to be as bad as Garrus’ romance was in ME2, and just feel tacked in as fanservice

Confession: I bought a brand new tv so when Inquisition comes out I can get the best image quality for it. Just replaying Dragon Age II I am noticing so much more details and colors. For instance, I did not know there was so much purple.

Confession: I bought a brand new tv so when Inquisition comes out I can get the best image quality for it. Just replaying Dragon Age II I am noticing so much more details and colors. For instance, I did not know there was so much purple.

Confession: Mages vs Templars is kind of personal to me. I live in a country that has seen decades of corrupted and abusive military rule. I can draw exact parallels between the mage fraternities and the differing opposition groups here. DA2 gave me an outlet during the recent coup and even if I can’t openly stand up in RL against the oppressor, at least Hawke (and Anders) can!

Confession: Mages vs Templars is kind of personal to me. I live in a country that has seen decades of corrupted and abusive military rule. I can draw exact parallels between the mage fraternities and the differing opposition groups here. DA2 gave me an outlet during the recent coup and even if I can’t openly stand up in RL against the oppressor, at least Hawke (and Anders) can!

CONFESSION:  I am really sad that you can’t truly romance Aveline. She is such a wonderful character and if she were a real person I would fall so hard for her.

CONFESSION:  I am really sad that you can’t truly romance Aveline. She is such a wonderful character and if she were a real person I would fall so hard for her.

CONFESSION:  I don’t trust people who don’t like Varric.

CONFESSION:  I don’t trust people who don’t like Varric.

Confession: I noticed after completing DA2 that every companion had some significance except for Fenris— he really makes no difference to the story or world and his plot line is based around himself. You can easily miss getting him as a companion, despite the fact he’s on the companion hexagon in the seeker’s book, and hell even then Cassandra mentioned everyone except him! I feel like his only purpose is to be romanced, that and kill a few slavers here and there. Hopefully he’ll effect Inquisition.

Confession: I noticed after completing DA2 that every companion had some significance except for Fenris— he really makes no difference to the story or world and his plot line is based around himself. You can easily miss getting him as a companion, despite the fact he’s on the companion hexagon in the seeker’s book, and hell even then Cassandra mentioned everyone except him! I feel like his only purpose is to be romanced, that and kill a few slavers here and there. Hopefully he’ll effect Inquisition.

CONFESSION: 

I just can’t see any of my Inquisitors, or my Wardens, recruiting templars into their cause. No matter how “good” the templars are, my pcs are always anti-templar. I can’t see them being okay with Cullen or the MP Templar. It just doesn’t fit in anyway. It’s not in-character with my pcs. It’s the opposite of what they’d do.

CONFESSION:

I just can’t see any of my Inquisitors, or my Wardens, recruiting templars into their cause. No matter how “good” the templars are, my pcs are always anti-templar. I can’t see them being okay with Cullen or the MP Templar. It just doesn’t fit in anyway. It’s not in-character with my pcs. It’s the opposite of what they’d do.

Confession: The Qun scares me. It makes people into zealots who persecute others. Due to the Qun, the Arishok kills many people in Kirkwall and tires to forcefull convert others all over a book. Sten is so brainwashed by it he murders an entire family including the children all because he couldn’t find a sword, something that makes him ‘souless’ and deserving of execution. The kid in lothering who’d dad went to the neighbours but didn’t come back? yeah, Sten likely made that kid and orphan. Conform or die.

Confession: The Qun scares me. It makes people into zealots who persecute others. Due to the Qun, the Arishok kills many people in Kirkwall and tires to forcefull convert others all over a book. Sten is so brainwashed by it he murders an entire family including the children all because he couldn’t find a sword, something that makes him ‘souless’ and deserving of execution. The kid in lothering who’d dad went to the neighbours but didn’t come back? yeah, Sten likely made that kid and orphan. Conform or die.

CONFESSION:   I don’t really have a favorite romance in Dragon Age Origins. By which I mean, Morrigan is only SLIGHTLY in the lead. But for Dragon Age 2, BOY HOWDY is Isabela my absolute fave, way better than any of the rest (Sorry Merrill). I look forward to romancing all the new people in Inquisition, and wonder whether I’ll like them all or gain another huge preference.

CONFESSION:   I don’t really have a favorite romance in Dragon Age Origins. By which I mean, Morrigan is only SLIGHTLY in the lead. But for Dragon Age 2, BOY HOWDY is Isabela my absolute fave, way better than any of the rest (Sorry Merrill). I look forward to romancing all the new people in Inquisition, and wonder whether I’ll like them all or gain another huge preference.

Confession: In origins, my fWarden human noble married Alistair. In DA2 I imported the file, and during act 3 when Alistair visits, we chat and when he leaves he says he has to return to the “old ball and chain”, referring to my warden. My reaction: AW HELL NAW I HEARD THAT BITCH.

Confession: In origins, my fWarden human noble married Alistair. In DA2 I imported the file, and during act 3 when Alistair visits, we chat and when he leaves he says he has to return to the “old ball and chain”, referring to my warden. My reaction: AW HELL NAW I HEARD THAT BITCH.