Confession: It doesn’t matter how many times I do it, the friend romance with Fenris always makes me melt - especially when he says “I am yours.”
CONFESSION: My favorite DA II pairings are F!Mage!Hawke/Anders and M!Rogue!Hawke/Merrill. I was really sad to discover that apparently according to fandom, I’m “doing it wrong”.
CONFESSION: The Dwarf Commoner is actually my favorite origin. I love it how the casteless becomes a paragon. My second favorite is the City Elf Origin. I just like the ‘from zero to hero’ stuf
CONFESSION: I always hand Isabela over to the Arishok
CONFESSION: Everytime I saw Orsino and Meredith fighting I just wanted to scream “GET A ROOM YOU TWO”
CONFESSION: The thing I miss the most about the romances in DA: O compared to DA 2 is the special gift that the LI’s would give you once your relationship got to a certain point. I had been really excited to see what the DA 2 LI’s would use as a representation of their affection. I would love to see it make a return in DA 3, but won’t hold it against the developers if it doesn’t.
Confession: Confession: I hated the way that sexuality was handled in Dragon Age II. The idea that a character’s sexuality revolved around the PC just rubbed me the wrong way. They should have handled it more like Mass Effect 3 did; characters of different sexuality that were consistent regardless of PC. Having someone who is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual. That would have been so much better than everyone being Hawkesexual.
Confession: I think that Dragon Age is better than The Witcher.
Confession: After playing Guild Wars, I really wish Dragon Age would introduce a built-in armor and weapon dying feature.
Dragon Age is what got me to start writing fanfiction. I wrote a beautifully-written story about a young elven mage, but I haven’t posted it because of all of the hate I hear other people get when they post their own fanfictions… But I think all fanfictions should be celebrated. Nobody should feel bad for writing stories. It’s a healthy, productive use of time and brain power, and I don’t think anyone has a right to make fun of that.