The ORIGINAL Dragon Age Confessions Blog since 2011
Dragon Age Confessions is a place where fans can share their confessions, secrets, and opinions about the characters/actors/storylines, etc of the Dragon Age world.
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It’s sad to admit that I seriously freaked out when it was announced that Inquisition was pushed back to November. I finally let myself get excited and suddenly I have to wait even longer - after two or three years wait.
When playing DAO I always had Morrigan in my party since the first ever time I met her. She just has something about her with the lack of feelings and emotions for others. I can also never bring myself to change her outfit, I feel that her original outfit is what makes her, and changing that will take away a big part of her personality.
I kinda hope you can’t romance Varric. And even if you can I wouldn’t. I see him more as that uncle that comes by every once in a while and tells you some awesome story and has new adventures to take you on or toys to give. I just feel like he would fit better as that kind of uncle to hawke’s and/or the inquisitors kids more than being your little chest hair lover.
Confession: After playing Dwarf!Noble for the first time in DA:O, I don’t know how anyone can make Behlen king. I made him king the two times before I played as a dwarf and I was so mad at myself. If I knew the story I wouldn’t have done that..
People say you’re a hypocrite if you hate Anders but love Isabela, but here’s the thing: If you help and believe in Isabela, she slowly starts to become a better person, and regrets what she’s done in the past. If you help and believe in Anders, he blows up a chantry. They both did and went through horrible things and might not be entirely redeemable, but given the chance, Isabela will at least try.
I appreciate how there’s always a “transition character” of sorts in every Dragon Age game. Awakening has Oghren, II had Anders, and Inquisition has Varric. It makes the games feel so much more like a world instead of just a series of games