Unfortunately, There's No (another) chance to hit him damn his face is so good for punching.
No seriously, He was one of our companion, He helped the inquisition, Either you're his friend or Not the story tell us that he has a fair place in the history of the inquisition.
Redeem or Stop Solas is the same, Both choices lead you to stop him of course, Friend or Not, If there's a choice to change his mine without bloodshed so that will be my choice, But, BUT, If there will be HEADACHE then I guess there'll be more aggressive choice against him.
Finally, I always redeem Solas, FOR NOW ......
Reedem, as a friend or a lover, I always reedem him. The end of trespasser was woooow. He's not a evil guy, he really thinks his doing the right thing. I'm still not sure it's not the case so.
We have few informations on what Solas will really do. Really hard to take position for me. Also depending on your own RP.
I'm a pacifist -well, most of the time- so if there is a way to reason with him, I'll take it.
Despite his stated intentions, Solas is a man who appreciates consideration and logic. He is also a very powerful mage who knows a great deal about ancient magic and history. It should be worth trying to redeem him, but if he absolutely cannot be swayed from his destructive course, then he can and will be sacrificed to save everybody else (if this story is written well).
Mans only Humans.
My canon inquisitor went with redeem. I romanced him, so it really seemed the only choice. But he's also a god, unknowingly powerful and can do maker knows what, so to me it makes more sense to stop him with as little fight or bloodshed as possible.
At first i went with kill because i felt very betrayed but then i thought about solas maybe sacrificing himself to stop his own plan and thus gaining a sort of Post-mortem redemption
I'm a sucker for the redeemable antagonist. I'm kinda hoping that this plays out where Solas becomes a temporary quest companion (like Morrigan in What Pride Had Wrought) if not a full companion after you beat him but have to fight something worse for the last act of the game.
^ Same. I’m playing through DAI (again) and plan to choose to redeem him.
Redeem. For now. We'll see later.
For now, I'm solidly trying to redeem him. Whether or not I change my mind (or the game kind of forces me to change my mind) depends on how far he goes in the future games.
So far, he hasn't done anything I consider to be irredeemable. If I can forgive Thom Rainier for knowingly sending his (ignorant) loyal soldiers to murder a nobleman's entire family because he feels remorse for it, then I can do the same for Solas.
What do you think?