This game Dragon Age Inquisition's full is full of secrets that it maybe revealed more of it at DA lV.
How do the fate of the inquisition do you think will affect DA lV, Betwen disband or serve the divine?
Also, What choice do you prefer?
I know of course the 1st question is hard to answer until DA lV comes out, But what do you think is better between both choices, Disbanded or Maintained?
^That has only ever happened once, when the Qunari first invaded. Solas would have to become as much of an obvious threat in order for that to happen again. I imagine that Solas's operations will be much more subtle than that.
Anyway, I always disband them. I'm not giving the Chantry an army, even if Leliana is Divine.
How about "Wolfsbane" or "Wolfslayer"? "Wolfeater" is just WAY too prone to Solasmance jokes.
Definitely disband. The Inquisition served its purpose.
The Inquistion has been compromised due to Solas's spies, Qunari Spies and God knows who else's spies. The inner circle needs to be micro sized. Excluding the hero of DA:4 and their companions. There is no point making that inner circle larger than the people in the room at the end of Trespasser. The Inquisitor, Cassandra, Leilana and Harding. Tracking/stopping Solas is a special forces mission, not a large scale military operation.
^ That's a good point on it being a special forces mission. I wonder if there will be a major change in the plot over whether their support will be public (with a reformed Inquisition) or private (with a disbanded Inquisition).
My Dalish Inquisitor disbanded it. The job is done, and Solas has already infiltrated it. Besides, the idea of not having to play human politics anymore was too good to pass up.
On a second full playthrough with a Trevelyan warrior, though, and he's such a little Chantry boy - he wanted to be a Templar before all this happened, and the chance to lead an army on behalf of the Divine may be to his liking. We'll have to see. ;)
But I doubt it will make much difference in the next game. It's understandable that all roads have to lead to the same outcome, but I do miss having SO MANY CHOICES like back in DA:O.
I'm not sure. It would be cool if BioWare found a way to have different narrative paths based on what the player chose at the end of Trespasser.
^ Indeed! I imagine, at its simplest, that the differences would changes in the dialogue and maybe different equipment, saying they chose to do that. I'm not expecting them to create two different storylines, per se. That's just my opinion, though.
Omg, it's to interesting that most people here chose to disband. When I first played tresspasser, I was sooo conflicted on that decision; I had to shut off my Xbox and spend the while next day thinking on what would be the best thing to do lol. In the end, I always choose to keep the Inquisition. I really wanted to disband it becuase it woild be so poetic (the original inquisition put their weapons down after their job was done, so it would be awsome to echo that with the modern inquisition), but personally, I truely believe that keeping the Inquisition is the best. Yes Cory is no more, but the threat still isn't over. Solas is still at large. So you need a force that can be rapidly deployed at a moment notice, instead of having to wait for other nations to deal with the threat. Also, the Inquisition brought order to Thedas, but order is a man made construct, so it doesn't last forever. You need a force that can dedicated to maintaining order, a force that isn't restrained by politics, that can take immediate action. The inquisition isn't boggled down by petty squabbles, or vy century old grudges. Plus, i think their is more good yhe inqusition can do, ppl need something that they can rely on/turn to, that's what the Inquisition can be. But I do understand why a lot of ppl disband it, but I just think that by disbanding it, ur wasting what could be a really good powerful force for the world.
^While you have a point about Solas, "maintaining order" is precisely what politics is for. Having an apolitical force undertake that role wouldn't work. Any force that engaged in the act of maintaining order would become political.
More importantly, a non-disbanded Inquisition is no longer apolitical. It becomes part of the Chantry.
^ I know it might not be realistic, but I'd like to think that under a certain Devine, it might remain apolitical. However, the other two are more debatable.
What do you think?