So i have just finished my 5th playthrough of Inquisition and when i was judging Samson, he said some things that i never noticed before but caught my attention. He spoke of his actions as though he were doing the corrupted Templars a favor, i believe his quote was, "better to die than to become a monster and be forced to kill until you are killed." im paraphrasing this line of course, but i cant help but feel a little bit of sympathy for Samson and the Red Templars. After all the main body of the order were just following orders as any good soldier would with the the Red Lyrium clouding their judgement, and to me at least, Samson most likely felt let down by the order he dedicated his life to and found purpose with Corypheus. this of course does NOT excuse the actions of the Red Templars but it does give me a different perspective on them as most of them suffer constantly with the wounded Templar in Suledin Keep expressing his wishes to remove the Red Lyrium's hold over him but stuck with it to avoid being tormented by Imshael. Let me know what your thoughts are given the info i've presented and any info you have found on your own.