Yes, I know this needs some explanation, then here I go...
There is something that's always in my head when I think about the third game. I noticed it when I was playing DA:I for the first time, at "Here lies the abyss", more precisely at the moment in the Fade. At a certain point, you have to fight some fearlings, that have the apperance of spiders and names like "Mages", "Templars", "The Blight", and so on.
It's everything ok until you get in a moment when some other spiders appear, and one of them is different. It's called "Maker". But it's not only that, because it doesn't attack you if you don't. I've checked it in other two playthroughs and it happened again.
Not only that, but it interacts with a magical barrier in the fade (I don't remember, but this "Maker" either damages it or restores it). And you have to destroy it to go on in the mission.
What makes me crazy is the fact that it happens in the Fade, where the Maker already was, because of the Golden City, (as the Chantry teaches us, of course), then IT IS possible that the Maker was in the Fade while those 6 mortals entered physically on it. That's no small achievement, and last time it happened the Golden City was blackened and that whole story we already know. Then it would call His attention, right?
And WHY the developers did that?? Early at the quest, you have to fight some other enemies with names that have a narrative contribution, but why the Maker? And why TF it acts differently?
What breaks all this thing is the fact that you have to fight this spider, and it is no big deal, but is still explodes my head everytime I think about it.
I've never seen anyone talking about this (maybe because it's stupidly specific or I didn't searched enough), but I'd like to listen someone's thoughts about this. Also, have anyone noticed that too?