Morrigan broke a few hearts in her debut in BioWare's fantasy masterpiece, Dragon Age: Origins, and probably broke a few more in her appearance in Inquisition. Morrigan is an unusual character, the daughter of a witch and an apostate mage growing up in the Korcari Wilds. As a romance option for a male Grey Warden, her logic, disdain for worldly treasures, and alternative view on life made her irresistible to many players and remains one of the favorite video game hotties to this day.
What's on your mind?
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As far as I am aware we’re never explicitly told who Maric Theirin’s father is, we know his mother was the Rebel Queen Moira Theirin, daughter of Brandel Theirin the son of Vanedrin Theirin, but we don’t know who Maric’s papa is. We do, however, know that Maric was related to the late Teyrn of Gwaren, Voric, somehow. After Voric’s death Moira raised Maric on her own so… I personally believe Voric was actually Maric’s father, the similar names also help this theory - Maric seeming to be a mix of Moira and Voric. Seeing how Maric felt free to simply give Loghain Gwaren would make more sense if Maric was the sole, albiet bastard, heir to the Teyrnir. So, that’s my theory - Teyrn Voric of Gwaren is Maric’s father (and thus, Alistair’s grandfather and potentially Kieran’s great-grandfather).
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How do you analyze this option ( 2 women dancing)?
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I finished the game once and I noticed that it took around 5 to 8 irons (for example), and when I started a new game obviously I took a lot less, around 1 to 3. I wanted to know what makes us take more, is the level ? Or is there an agent that we caught?
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I completed Awakening and prepared everything to save both Vigils Keep and The City of Amaranthine, but in the codex is said that everyone in the Keep Died, Varel, Oghren, Justice and Anders, and others, but in the Slides, save for Varel, is said that all of them survived, is there a problem in importing a save with the codex saiyng they died and the slides showing they alive ?
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I have several theories about this.
Theory 1: Solas’ current “demi-god” form prevents him from spending long periods of time in the corporeal realm of Thedas. His body will either explode, implode, disintegrate, be rendered immobile, etc.
Theory 2: It will be revealed that Solas’ immortality can be countered by a Grey Warden (if they get close enough), confirming a link between ancient elves and the Blight.
Theory 3: There’s a MacGuffin that’s apparently capable of depowering or killing Solas. It might be the red lyrium idol or something else entirely.
Theory 4: There’s a vengeful titan somewhere out there. Their scapegoat is Solas. It might just be powerful enough to stop him.
Theory 5: Solas will just realize that he is a lot more fond of Thedas and its people than he ever thought possible, abandoning his genocidal ambitions through a simple change of heart.
Theory 6: Solas has a living relative, like a great(*50)-grand-nibling or someone similar, who might be able to change his mind about scorching Thedas.
What do you think of these theories? And what do you think Solas’ weakness could be?
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I know there's not really anything to go on here as to what the plot actually is but still I am curious as to what the storyline here is going to be.
Ah there appears to be a bit more, though still not a whole lot, info on the project here: https://www.thegamer.com/dragon-age-netflix-show-absolution-trailer-release-date/
So it appears we are in Tevinter here and a lot of what we'll be seeing is inspired by the lore.