So throughout the game my Inquisitor has been romancing Solas. I just completed What Pride Had Wrought, and when I returned to Skyhold I spoke to Solas. He brought my Inquisitor to a lake looking place, told her the markings on her face meant something about slavery, removed them, told her she was super duper important to him (to which she said same), said she was beautiful, and then BROKE UP WITH HER????? What happens with him now? Can I get him back? If so, how?
What's on your mind?
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I've been trying to use dragon age keep and haven been able to even load the page to make a world state. Any one else have this issue?
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So for those who did the circle mage origin in DAO, you know that the Warden's first quest is to complete his or her Harrowing. Although, our character doesn't have a choice, but asking a sloth demon to teach to Mouse how to become a bear. However, there's no way we can not ask its help. So our Warden can't help but consorting with a demon. Is that an evil choice?
What are your favourite missions from across the franchise? All three games, all DLCs and add-ons, what are the most memorable and enjoyable quests?
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I'm trying to decide which spells to learn on my mages for play in Nightmare mode. I currently have a mage Hawke, Varric, Anders and Fenris in my party.
I cast Firestorm, Tempest and Hail of Arrows at the start of each battle (unless the enemies are immune to fire and/or electricity) then start focusing down enemies one by one with my ranged characters. When enemies get out of the AoE spell killzone, I try to aggro them with Fenris and use Mighty Blow and/or Whirlwind if it seems possible to do it without hurting party members.
If I can pull off a good positioning for Cone of Cold I will cast it, especially vs. fire immunes like dragons or Qunari.
I have Rock Armor on my Hawke and I have upgraded Heroic Aura on Anders. My party just hit level 10. I gave Anders Heal and Panacea. Heal is useful but I have never found Panacea to be of any use.
Which spells are good for Nightmare mode? (In other words, friendly fire needs to not be an issue. I'm worried that I'll end up getting a lot of friendly fire with walking bomb for example.)
I'm wondering which if any spells in the Force Mage specialization are worth learning. They don't seem so exciting, but I refuse to do Blood Mage for roleplaying reasons and Spirit Healer is obviously just defensive. For example, how will I use Telekinetic Burst on Nightmare mode since it will affect my characters, too? Pull of the Abyss seems ok but is it worth the talents needed to unlock it?
Thanks in advance for any advice you all may provide! :)
I intend to buy the game for Xbox 360 and would like to know if I can play without an internet connection?
So I brought up the idea of a spin-off game on a recent thread about the Hero, but I thought it’d be interesting to ask everyone on a different thread how they would feel about this, and if they would even want it to happen.
Because the Hero just isn’t going to come back in another sequel, I thought perhaps they could create a game dedicated to the Wardens adventures past the Blight where he/she has gone to find a cure for the Calling.
It could explore a land beyond Thedas, introduce brand new characters, creatures, worlds we haven’t ever seen before. It could explore groups we have heard off that live beyond Thedas (such as the Executors).
The game could easily end with your character finding such a cute and bringing it back to Thedas, or something or rather, but it doesn’t really have to impact the main franchise.
It would also allow the game to implement a non-speaking main character like the Hero was in Origins, a game designed to specifically use Origin type character creation stuff (just better looking) and I think it could be really fun!
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- In 7:34 Storm, political power seemed to shift back to the magisters, as the new Archon Nomaran was elected directly from the Circle of Magi, abolishing laws that prohibited mages from participating in government.
- Nomaran: Elected in 7:34 Storm "directly from the ranks of the enchanters." His rise saw mages regain open political power in Tevinter, and was therefore condemned as "a return to the days of the magisters" by those outside Tevinter. The people of Tevinter itself, however, are said to have greeted his election with "great applause".
When and why did mages lost power? And how did thay restore power back?
Please no spoilers. I have only gotten to the end of Act 1 so please no mention of anything that happens after Act 1.
When is it appropriate to start Legacy and Mark of the Assassin?
I tried Mark of the Assassin with a level 5 party and couldn't even beat the first battle (on Nightmare mode). Also, I read that Legacy gives you loot the power of which is determined by your level so it makes sense that you would want to go at a higher level rather than a lower level.
I'm aware that not everyone will agree with me, but I kinda think that they're both very hypocrite. One is a mage who wants every mages to live in a tower but she lives in a mansion and the other one fights for "freedom" but he wants a certain kind of people to live in a tower forever because of the actions of a few. So who's the biggest hypocrite between these two?
So I talked to Dorian in Skyhold about Tevinter and then slavery. Surprinsgly, instead of saying the bad aspects of this thing, he said that it was no better than poverty through racism and that by selling ourselves to slavery, we could get a roof and not to worry about eating. He may have a fair point, although I don't like the idea of encouraging slavery. What y'all think of this?
In my first playthrough in Dragon age 2, I was a mage so Bethany was killed and Carver was the sibling in my team. At first I really REALLY hated him, he was always complaining about being in my shadow and then he joined the templar order even if Hawke was an apostate. But am I the only one to whom this prick grew on me, especially in my second mage Hawke when he became a Warden. Although I like Bethany, she seems bland, it's really easy to hate Carver, but I feel like he is way more interesting than Bethany. I'd like to know what y'all think of these two.
Hey there. I’ve recently been thinking about Sandal a lot as I replayed the DA series, and one like in DA2 really had me thinking something. The ritual from DA Origins was taught to Morrigan by Flemeth. Perhaps Flemeth herself has done the ritual. According to Bodahn, some members of the Carta say Sandal looks like a bastard Aeducan child who’s mother was either a human or elf. To me, Flemeth could be quite easily confused as either, especially considering she houses the soul of Mythal(or did at least. Blame the egg). Maybe Flemeth used the ritual for the purpose of housing some other powerful spirit just like Mythal. This could possibly explain his seemingly magical abilities despite being a dwarf. The line that brought this about was Bodahn saying that Sandal has had a “scary lady” talking to him. I know it’s vague but that’s what Flemeth is. What if she used the ritual to house another spirit for the same purpose as Kieran having the spirit of an old god.
Edit: Doing further research now understand this is impossible as a dwarf blooded human would have human features. If this theory was the case, Sandal would appear to be human
What does it mean to be obscured? Does your defense rating go up? Do you get a dodge percentage? Do you generate less threat?
Or is it merely an arbitrary "state" that you enter that makes you gain various bonuses and perks based on your talents?
I tried searching the wiki for this information but I couldn't find a page that clearly explained what obscurement is. I'm sure the information is there somewhere so if you know which page it's on, please point me to the page.