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Dragon Age Keep Code
Trivia Question:  What was the name of Zevran’s love that Taliesin convinced Zevran to kill before he met the Warden?
Please answer here and not message us.  First to answer correctly gets the code.

And @virborassan answered first!  Congrats!  Will send you your code in a moment!

dragonageconfessions:

Dragon Age Keep Code

Trivia Question:  What was the name of Zevran’s love that Taliesin convinced Zevran to kill before he met the Warden?

Please answer here and not message us.  First to answer correctly gets the code.

And @virborassan answered first!  Congrats!  Will send you your code in a moment!

Confession: It always bugged the hell out of me that we couldn’t get Hawke’s signature red mark on his nose on anything but a preset face.

Confession: It always bugged the hell out of me that we couldn’t get Hawke’s signature red mark on his nose on anything but a preset face.

Confession: When I first played Origins I knew nothing about the potential companions and made a male Warden, but as soon as I met Alistair I fell in love and when I learned he was a straight romance only (which I looked up after his introductory conversation) I immediately switched to a female character. I ended up marrying that man on my first playthrough. Even after playing through all three games he is still my favorite.

Confession: When I first played Origins I knew nothing about the potential companions and made a male Warden, but as soon as I met Alistair I fell in love and when I learned he was a straight romance only (which I looked up after his introductory conversation) I immediately switched to a female character. I ended up marrying that man on my first playthrough. Even after playing through all three games he is still my favorite.

Confession: If we do see our Wardens I hope that it’s at least done cleverly, as in that they won’t be chatting away. BW made a silent protagonist and I kinda want them to honour that. They gave us the option of having them live & I pray they don’t retconn them.

Confession: If we do see our Wardens I hope that it’s at least done cleverly, as in that they won’t be chatting away. BW made a silent protagonist and I kinda want them to honour that. They gave us the option of having them live & I pray they don’t retconn them.

Confession: My Amell romanced Morrigan, did the Dark Ritual, and stepped through the mirror with her. Since I’ve been too busy to keep up on DAO news,I now have a theory that the Inquisitor is the OBG. If so, my canon name is going to be Revka/n. It would be awesome.

Confession: My Amell romanced Morrigan, did the Dark Ritual, and stepped through the mirror with her. Since I’ve been too busy to keep up on DAO news,I now have a theory that the Inquisitor is the OBG. If so, my canon name is going to be Revka/n. It would be awesome.

Confession: I wish that there were more “middle of the road” mages and templars like Wynne and Alistair. Hearing how Wynne actually enjoyed circle life, and understood that the templars were a necessity, and how Alistair isn’t some crazy mage bludgeoning templar, even after being raised in the chantry makes me believe that they were real characters, instead of metaphors for each end of the perspective spectrum, like Anders and Fenris.

Confession: I wish that there were more “middle of the road” mages and templars like Wynne and Alistair. Hearing how Wynne actually enjoyed circle life, and understood that the templars were a necessity, and how Alistair isn’t some crazy mage bludgeoning templar, even after being raised in the chantry makes me believe that they were real characters, instead of metaphors for each end of the perspective spectrum, like Anders and Fenris.

Confession: I’m bitterly disappointed that Cassandra is a male-only romance. I don’t think I’ve met another female fan that DIDN’T want to romance her as a lady. I bet that she and the other straight companions will be the most story-relevant companions too, just like in Origins.

Confession: I’m bitterly disappointed that Cassandra is a male-only romance. I don’t think I’ve met another female fan that DIDN’T want to romance her as a lady. I bet that she and the other straight companions will be the most story-relevant companions too, just like in Origins.

Confession: From playing DA:II first, I had the idea that templars=bad and mages=underdogs/freedom fighters. After playing Origins, my original perspective was changed, especially hearing Wynne’s comments about circle life, and the human side of the templars. Gregoir’s promise to call off the annulment if you clear the tower was an example of that. Seeing this makes me think that the mage/templar conflict in DA:II was handled incorrectly, and greatly oversimplified to: “there is no we, only us and them”

Confession: From playing DA:II first, I had the idea that templars=bad and mages=underdogs/freedom fighters. After playing Origins, my original perspective was changed, especially hearing Wynne’s comments about circle life, and the human side of the templars. Gregoir’s promise to call off the annulment if you clear the tower was an example of that. Seeing this makes me think that the mage/templar conflict in DA:II was handled incorrectly, and greatly oversimplified to: “there is no we, only us and them”

Confession: Even though we’ve only seen bits and pieces of teasers for Inquisition, I can already tell Vivienne is going to rub me the wrong way. It’s just my opinion, but it feels like the devs took all of the worst things about Circle mages (the overarching religious fanaticism, the blind acceptance of pre-determined fates, the haughtiness, the need to “educate” apostates) and rolled it into one character. I’ll certainly give her a chance to win me over, but as of now she’s benched for the whole game.

Confession: Even though we’ve only seen bits and pieces of teasers for Inquisition, I can already tell Vivienne is going to rub me the wrong way. It’s just my opinion, but it feels like the devs took all of the worst things about Circle mages (the overarching religious fanaticism, the blind acceptance of pre-determined fates, the haughtiness, the need to “educate” apostates) and rolled it into one character. I’ll certainly give her a chance to win me over, but as of now she’s benched for the whole game.

Confession: I usually play as a City Elf Origin, so the bit at the end of DA:O with the Alienage and the Tevinter slavers always hits me hard. Because of this, I wish that in the Landsmeet there was just an option to just go up to Loghain and clock him right in his racist, exploitative face.

Confession: I usually play as a City Elf Origin, so the bit at the end of DA:O with the Alienage and the Tevinter slavers always hits me hard. Because of this, I wish that in the Landsmeet there was just an option to just go up to Loghain and clock him right in his racist, exploitative face.