What do you guys think the next title should be?
First I could use some advice on how to kill the archdemon in dao, My current party members are Alistair, leliana, and wynne. Second I'm about to start Awakening, should I import character from DAO or should I make an Orleasion character. ( and yes i know i just spelt that wrong)
Why is it that when we play as blood mages? The game is quick to remind us that demons and undead are immune. Yet for better or worse Quetin, Uldred, and Avernus can bind demons. Sometimes the summoning works. At other times the spirit is too powerful to control.
Why should they have this power yet Warden and Hawke don't.
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I just found this place a couple of days ago, and I scrolled through quite a few of the posts here. I'm pleased to see that there is still an active community surrounding this game series, as it has taken a place among my favorites of all time.
More to the point, I ask now what personal headcanons or theories regarding the series you've adopted over time.
For example, its my theory that, while Loghain is far too paranoid for his own good, Celene indeed quite probably intended to use Cailin as a means to re-acquiring Fereldan, despite the interest in a romantic relationship seeming genuine coming from both sides. However, I also suspect that Cailin knew this, and had measures to prevent such a thing from happening, Loghain very likely being an integral part of those matters.
How do you get this much gold to buy this staff? Is it worth it?
So, I had some free time today and I played for some time. I got to the camp and I went to do the warden's keep quest.
So, I decided to kill Sophia, but I'm not sure about Avernus. Are the robes worth killing him? Are there any benefits to letting him live other than role playing aspects?
Hi, first off the bat, I've never played the Dragon Age series before. I really like playing RPGs. I love series like The Witcher, Mass Effect, Elder Scrolls etc. I also like open world games with RPG elements. So, is this series worth getting? I'm about to get origins.
From love, to war, to everything in between, which of the franchises' famous game-changing quandaries did you agonize over the most?
I'm working on making adjustments to my world state on the Dragon Age Keep website, and initially I had the state set to where no one does the ritual with Morrigan that will keep the Wardens alive at the end of the battle. But I just finished watching someone's play through on YouTube, and now I'm thinking I might change this.
For context, I set it up with a female elven mage Warden who romances Alistair and then deals the killing blow against the archdemon, and I've played Inquisition four times now.
So is it ultimately better to do the ritual with Morrigan, or does it really make a difference?