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What's on your mind?
If you play through the Circle tower and spare all of the mages you can, plus the final floor, but at the end of the Quest insist that there may be blood mages leading to:
“Once the tower was rebuilt, Knight-Commander Greagoir stepped down from his post and retired to a life of private contemplation as a brother in the Chantry. His health failed over time, and after refusing treatment, he perished in his sleep. Knight-Commander Cullen was said to be more strict and less trusting of the mages even than Greagoir was. He ruled the Circle with fear.”
“Former First Enchanter Irving was imprisoned along with a number of other survivors and inspected carefully by the Chantry for any signs of demonic possession. After more than a year, he was finally released. His spirit broken, Irving allowed himself to be sent to the Circle of Val Royeaux in Orlais, where he served as an administrator for the remainder of his days.”
Is that recorded as siding with the Templars in the Keep import option?
OK thanks everyone for voting, sorry for spaming so many things but here are complete results so lets check it out.
TOP 6 companions results
1. Alistair/Morrigan (tie)
5. Cassandra/Isabela (tie)
So that mean Alistair and Morrigan are most loved companions.
Lets see what it is look in games.
Dragon Age Origins/Awakening
Dragon Age 2
Dragon Age Inquisition
6. Iron Bull
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For my Dalish Warden and Alastair, I've always imagined that we have three children. Two daughters, and a son, born in that order. In endings where Alastair didn't survive, she only had a her first daughter. Regardless, she loves her children very much. My Warden knew that her children would not be Elves, but she didn't care. Alastor helped her to see that she didn't need to bottle up the pain of losing Tamlen and leaving her clan. She found happiness where she didn't expect it, and in endings where he died, she found ways to keep going and look for happiness.
What about you? Do your characters become parents in your headcanon's?
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I think it will. After all, Solas has managed to form an army of both Dalish and City Elves to use as pawns for his sinister agenda. As I've mentioned before, stopping Solas won't be enough, a way must be found the save the Elven race. Because this is a no win scenario for them. Solas wins, he kills them all once he has no more use for them. Solas loses, the treatment of Elves gets worse. The only way out I can see, is to give them a new homeland. And that's a quest in of itself.
But it's not just the Elves who face an uncertain future. Goodness knows what could happen if the Titans return, and that could lead to unpredictable consequences for the Dwarves. On a simpler level though, it seems that Dwarves are becomming more and more primed to retake lost cities. Doing so could tip the scales more in Thedes favor against the Darkspawn, but it could also lead to an unexpected new conflict. I would not be surprised if Orzrammar and Kal-Sharok have evolved entirely different cultures and no longer see fully eye to eye and argue about who should sumbit to who if the cities ever reconncent.
This could be a catalyst that could lead to war between the two Dwarven cities, which could end it all before it starts.
As for the humans, with major changes coming for the Elves and Dwarves, their Kingdoms face uncertain futures, and they may fear for their status as the dominant species. Will the more liberal ones manage to adapt to these changes, or will changes plunge Thedes into even more war? Think of the choices these could create!
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Ameridan greets us as Inquisitors. How did he know?
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