Is just me or the DAI character creator is way harder to use thanks to the shitty light exposure and background contrast in it, gosh, I can't make a character without later realising that there are imperfections that I didn't noticed prior to the light and the exposure(also, is just me or is very hard to make a character in DAI whit a face that doesn't seems pissed off?)
What's on your mind?
I've got some ideas of my own, but I want to see what you'd do first. So let your imaginations and theories run wild. And remember, I said "if".
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I know the whole persistent gore thing is supposed funny but, what's the point It doesn't seem to trigger right. My Inquisitor is a close quarters combat character. Between the barrier, life ward, and ice armor spells he's untouchable. So I'm firing off spells like immolate, fire mine, and walking bomb up close. So it was going to work properly this would be the ideal situation.
This didn't seem to be working so i took control of Iron Bull for a few minutes. Despite being a melee fighting the effect didn't seem to trigger.
Is it chance based or simply broken? I'm trying so see if it's a salvageable feature before, permanently disabling it.
So, I’m starting a new Inquisition playthrough and was wondering which mods I’ll use this time.
For now, I have: Enhanced CC, 4K hair, Settrah eyebrows, Immersive Starting Armour, some skin complexion and hairstyle and kubrits Vallaslin (I’ll play as an elven female).
Which mods are indispensable for you when playing Dragon Age Inquisition?
I'm thinking about switching my name to match all my social media accounts, I know there is a form to fill out and can only change once but I don't know where the form link is. Does anyone know and do you have a link for it? (I use it on mobile)
Hello there, fellow players. I've recently started writing down my ideas for a theoretical Dragon Age TV series and who could could be casted as what character (either from the games or the books). Do you have any specific ideas on who you would like to see in this THEORETICAL series (i'm stressing the word, this is just for my own fun).
Also, if possible, don't just state the voice actor for the role if their participation would be almost certainly impossible, only if there would be a chance that they could play it (they are active, look the part etc.). For example, I definitely think that Graham McTavish would have to play Eamon, but I can't imagine some other VA on the screen.
I'll be happy for any input on this.
Circles existed in Tevinter before the orlais circle, the social heirachy orianated from there, and tevinter owns slaves, so the circle is inspirated by slavers
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Who keep deleting my posts and why?
(Spoilers! Don't read ahead if you don't want spoilers about inquisition's plot)
Wicked eyes and wicked hearts might be the one quest that stumps me the most (in a good way). Why? Because there's no, overall best option if you really look at it.
Celene alone: yeah you have a progressive ruler and one who's a good diplomat. But depending on your options either A. It's built on a foundation of blood, and that'll probably come bite her in the rear. Or B. Her enemies are still out their and can still take a swing at her.
Briala/Celene: Elves will definitely be able to finally climb up higher in society, Orlais will have access to her network, plus what was mentioned before with Celene. But, Gasbard is dead, for all his faults, similar to loghain, he was good general and is well respected by the men. And if tevinter/the Qunari starts trying anything funny or if solas amasses a large elven army (like they've been building up to). Having a competent general wouldn't hurt.
Gaspard: just take what I said about gaspard in the last section. That being his military prowess. Gaspard's two big problems are 1. The elves are going to totally continue to be screwed over on his watch. And 2. He definitely wants to invade Fereldin, which absolutely no one needs with Solas running around.
Briala/Gaspard: as stated before briala will be able to uplift the elves at last. But with her ruling in the shadows there is absolutely no way to balance her out in case she gets any bad ideas.
Then you have the cooperative ending: with it Orlais gets Celene' diplomatic skills, Gaspard's military prowess, and Briala's elven network. There are two problems with this ending
1. The elves are not really any better than before
2. The war may be over, but the conflict is not resolved. All of eachother are still want to kill the other.
Thing is both of things can totally be addressed for the better in Dragon age 4.
1. With Briala high up in the orliesian hierarchy as it were. She's basically right next to Celene so a future of elves being risen up is still possible
2. While they still want to kill eachother it wouldn't be impossible for them to set aside their differences. At least for Celene and Briala.
Also I want to point out a flaw people like to point about the ending. That being "once the inquisition disband they'll start fighting again." That doesn't make a lot of sense. The blackmail material is still there it doesn't just magically disintegrate if you disband. The herald still has dirt. Aside from that divine Victoria (especially leliana) would know it. And would use it to keep them in line.
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Scenario: In this side quest, an Elf, Qu'nari, or mage, has been accused of a serious crime and they have defenders to back them up. You have been asked to do some investigation and make a statement at a trial or hearing. But upon investigation, you find that the accused criminal is actually guilty, and that their defenders are well aware of this. When you confront at least one defender, they reveal that they are not defending the criminal because they think they are innocent. They are doing this to protect other Elves, Qun'ari, and Mages. Because if the verdict is guilty, the authorities will be even less likely to trust an Elf, Qun'ari, or Mage if something bad happens to them, or worse blame them for it. The defenders implore you to lie and say that you found no evidence.
The choice is yours.
Do you tell the truth and have the criminal be brought to justice at the cost of a marginalized group being treated worse?
Or do you lie and protect a marginalized group from police brutality at the cost of a criminal running loose?
Is it possible to transfer items from Origins to Awakening if the warden died and you're using an Orlesian commander?
I know the items in your inventory transfer if you import the character but does it still work if the warden dies, the wiki mentions transferring the character but I'm unsure if a transferred save is enough or if it has to be the actual main character.
I want to sacrifice my warden and create a new character for Awakening but I plan to do the crafting quests for Wade and some of the items are much easier to come by in Origins.
If Dragon Age: Inquisition had a preset character origin, just like Dragon Age 2 with Hawke, how do you think the character would be? What would be the Inquisitor's race, origin, story...?
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Can you wait until Act 2 to flirt with anyone? I'm thinking of restarting a playthrough because I'm not satisfied with my Hawke, and when I played through Act 1 it felt a little bit weird to flirt already when technically Hawke barely knows these people at that point... I still did it cause I was afraid the romance wouldn't be available later if I didn't start early, but since I may just start over anyway I figured I'd just ask haha
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