CONFESSION:  


I don’t know why, but I’ve always loved the idea of Hawke not actually being Leandra’s child. Even though I know the Legacy DLC blows it out of the water, it would explain why she blames Hawke for so much. Sure she apologizes for it later, but no amount of apologizing could make me forget.




 

CONFESSION: 

I don’t know why, but I’ve always loved the idea of Hawke not actually being Leandra’s child. Even though I know the Legacy DLC blows it out of the water, it would explain why she blames Hawke for so much. Sure she apologizes for it later, but no amount of apologizing could make me forget.
 
CONFESSION: I am actually not suprised that Varric is not romanceable. I just hope its better explained on why he is not romanceable or any possible personal quest deals with the subject. 

CONFESSION: I am actually not suprised that Varric is not romanceable. I just hope its better explained on why he is not romanceable or any possible personal quest deals with the subject. 

Confession: I always hated Meredith, but after siding with the templars and hearing her backstory and why she feels the way she does about mages… I feel pretty bad for her.

Confession: I always hated Meredith, but after siding with the templars and hearing her backstory and why she feels the way she does about mages… I feel pretty bad for her.

Confession: In most games that I play, I do my best to make sure each of my companions comes out alive. When the time came in DA2 to choose between Anders and Sebastian, I always chose Anders not just for plot and/or romantic reasons (among others), but because it let Sebastian walk away safely. I love Sebastian dearly, but I’d rather have both him and Anders alive and Sebastian hating me (hoping both will grow), than Sebastian with me and Anders dead as the alternative. As long as everyone lives, I’m good.

Confession: In most games that I play, I do my best to make sure each of my companions comes out alive. When the time came in DA2 to choose between Anders and Sebastian, I always chose Anders not just for plot and/or romantic reasons (among others), but because it let Sebastian walk away safely. I love Sebastian dearly, but I’d rather have both him and Anders alive and Sebastian hating me (hoping both will grow), than Sebastian with me and Anders dead as the alternative. As long as everyone lives, I’m good.

Confession: I’ve never romanced Leliana or Isabela. I don’t hate Leliana, but I never really liked her the same way I did the others. Orlesian bard or not, she just seemed kinda bland to me. As for Isabela, I love her half the time and hate her the rest. The whole “lied about the relic and got innocent people killed” thing didn’t really sit well with me.

Confession: I’ve never romanced Leliana or Isabela. I don’t hate Leliana, but I never really liked her the same way I did the others. Orlesian bard or not, she just seemed kinda bland to me. As for Isabela, I love her half the time and hate her the rest. The whole “lied about the relic and got innocent people killed” thing didn’t really sit well with me.

Confession: Sometimes I think that Merrill’s hair are dreadlocks because of its rendering. That would be funny to think about: Dalish with traditional hairstyles that make them look like Bob Marley…

Confession: Sometimes I think that Merrill’s hair are dreadlocks because of its rendering. That would be funny to think about: Dalish with traditional hairstyles that make them look like Bob Marley…

Confession: The only reason I played da:o, awakening, and all the dlc all the way through was to get the perfect playthrough for da2 and get context for when I read the novels. I never really liked da:o that much but da2 one of my favorite games.

Confession: The only reason I played da:o, awakening, and all the dlc all the way through was to get the perfect playthrough for da2 and get context for when I read the novels. I never really liked da:o that much but da2 one of my favorite games.

Confession: My first DA2 playthrough I was a M!Rogue!Hawke even though I’m a hetero female, because I fell completely in love with Alistair as a female Warden. I thought nothing in DA2 was going to top that, so might as well try a male playthrough for once. And then Fenris happened. I scrapped the playthrough before finishing Act 1 and made a new F!Mage!Hawke, and I’ll just say I have never been so satisfied with a video game romance in my life.

Confession: My first DA2 playthrough I was a M!Rogue!Hawke even though I’m a hetero female, because I fell completely in love with Alistair as a female Warden. I thought nothing in DA2 was going to top that, so might as well try a male playthrough for once. And then Fenris happened. I scrapped the playthrough before finishing Act 1 and made a new F!Mage!Hawke, and I’ll just say I have never been so satisfied with a video game romance in my life.

Confession: I like to think Dragon Age: Origins (DA:O) is “Dragon Age Zero” and Dragon Age: Inquisition (DA:I) is “Dragon Age One”. And Dragon Age II is just a spin-off. (and i wonder if the ‘real’ Dragon Age Two would have a title with the ‘H’ letter.)

Confession: I like to think Dragon Age: Origins (DA:O) is “Dragon Age Zero” and Dragon Age: Inquisition (DA:I) is “Dragon Age One”. And Dragon Age II is just a spin-off. (and i wonder if the ‘real’ Dragon Age Two would have a title with the ‘H’ letter.)

Confession: I do not get the fandom’s obsession for imagining the entire cast of all the games as blood related.

Confession: I do not get the fandom’s obsession for imagining the entire cast of all the games as blood related.