Dragon Age Thread - Where is your maker now?
FAQ:Q: When will the game be released?
A: November 18th in North America. November 21st elsewhere.
Q: What platforms will the game be released on?
A: PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, and PS4.Q: What's the deal with multiplayer?
A: Inquisition has a four-person multiplayer campaign that is completely separate
from the single-player campaign.Q: How will the game import my world state?
A: The Dragon Age Keep
lets you configure your world state to your liking, and then import it into Inquisition.Q: How can I find people to play multiplayer with?
A: Add your info
to the list, and then check out other players
- Blackwall (Love interest for female Inquisitors)
- Sera (Love interest for female Inquisitors)
- Solas (Love interest for elven female Inquisitors)
- Dorian (Love interest for male Inquisitors)
- Cassandra (Love interest for male Inquisitors)
- Iron Bull (Love interest for both male and female Inquisitors)
- Cole (No romance available)
- Vivienne (No romance available)
- Varric (No romance available)
- Cullen (Love interest for human and elven female Inquisitors)
- Josephine (Love interest for both male and female Inquisitors)
- Leliana (No romance available)
On my first run where I went with my gut instincts,
I never did that one, it was too evil.
Kill the werewolves - Gets you Dalish archers
Break the curse - Same
Kill the Elves - Fucking werewolves aw yiss
Breaking the curse is tricky because you need to pick the right convo choices and have a pretty tough fight with Zatharian.
You know, I think he might be among the worst of the lot as far as non-monster baddies go. He just doesn't care. The people who killed his children have been dead for centuries; he just wants to hurt humans. His people are dying or becoming werewolves themselves because he took them back to the place; he never even considers a non-violent solution like fleeing. It's all about him.
Even the path where you convince him to die is ultimately selfish, as the only thing that convinces him is that he can find peace. The dozens of innocents he is hurting, and the thousands he has hurt over centuries, never enter the equation.
At least Loghain and Meredith believed they were doing the right thing.
Inquisition idea time thing:
Actually, considering the direction the comics featuring Alistair and books leading up to Inquisition, the most likely candidate is either:
B: A powerful demon
C: Flemeth (though this is a very long and far stretch)
I always did 3. I found it hard to justify taking any "evil" actions in DA.
C could also be possible because Flemeth doesn't simply stand idly by for no reason. She's planning something, and is waiting a very long time for it to happen. She also more than likely has a demonic master that she serves, as she did contract one in order to seek vengeance against those who wronged her in the past. There's also a hint with Sandal mentioning that sometimes there's "a scary old lady telling him bad things in his head". At one point he literally freaks the fuck out about it too, and the woman he describes is a lot like Flemeth. Either way, she's not pragmatic. Everything she does is to grease a wheel and make it keep turning, but to what end? She predicted all the grim things to come, and more than likely has a key role in it later; enough so that even Morrigan fears her still.
Her true intentions are incredibly vague. She could easily turn into a villain.
She's playing a long game, moving pieces where she wants them for whatever purpose. I don't have a good feeling about it.
"Cole in #DAI is played by the wonderfully talented @jginorton.James Norton nailed this character. Am I right @PatrickWeekes @davidgaider ?" -Caroline Livingstone
I mean she obviously knows more than see puts on but whether shes good, evil, or neutral and just likes fucking around with people has yet to be seen.
And honestly, I could see any of those options working out.
She does have a pretty damn powerful dragon form.
If Tevinter were making a move, I wouldn't be surprised to see her using them since their whole thing was dragon worship.
*This is assuming Cordyceps or whatever his name was is lying when he says it was already tainted. Which isn't impossible. I mean, really, "IT WAS LIKE THAT WHEN I GOT HERE"? Come on. What's next? "My evil twin did it"?
Going to be interesting to see how a dwarf inqusitior can be romantically involved with The Iron Bull and not die an agonizing death by being crushed or bisected.
You should suffer a permanent penalty to constitution after that scene.
Achievement Unlocked: Snu-Snu: IronBull Edition.
Wud yoo laek to lern aboot meatz? Look here!
Dwarves are stocky. I'd worry about elves.
The real reason they changed elves back : to make it plausible that an elf MIGHT survive a sexual encounter with Iron Bull.
There's actually a CON minimum to begin the romance. Just for safety reasons.
According to DA1 she can take other forms besides a dragon(though you never see them). I think she's just fond of the intimidation that goes along with a giant dragon showing up in front of some superstitious peasants.
Another theory I've seen floating around is that Flemeth could also be Fen'Harel.
Additionally Dragon Age: The World of Thedas mentions that Flemeth was supposedly born at the start of the Towers age, which would mean neither case is true - but nevertheless she appears to have some form of immortality so she is at least tapping into some alien power.
Damn, no man whore options.
Curse you, monogamy!
Mainly becuase I have no idea what the hell to expect from Necromancer other than pets. Dead pets.
And probably some draining spells from old blood magic ones returning as them like the one that collected health from corpses and such.
I actually was impressed at how they handled that. When I went with both Isabella AND Merrill, Isabella developed much quicker, but then insisted we weren't together. Merrill on the other hand was THRILLED that we started seeing each other at all and was Clearly interested in a serious relationship (as soon as it was clear I wasn't going to pull some kind of insanely cruel public humiliation biz on her). Isabella then saw that and automatically moved into "lost her chance" mode, with various dialogue about town reflecting her disappointment... but also her complete acceptance of the situation and well wishing for Merrill.
Honestly it was the most organic way I've ever seen a Bioware game deal with the fact that I'm a flirty noncommittal man whore in them.