Considering that DAI choices are listed there, I don't know why they wouldn't. The Keep does need a bit of updating, though.
He might not even be the main villain of DA4. I wouldn't be surprised if he makes an early exit or passes the title during the course of events.
Main stuff? Conscripted mages, recruited Wardens, Celene and Briala run Orlais, Morrigan drank, Divine Cassandra, kept the Inquisition intact.
BioWare really needs to update the Keep video to include DAI events...
Whose Mabari? The Warden's or Hawke's?
You can also do the same to Anora, which can sometimes seem flat out fitting. I have had my Cousland enter a royal marriage agreement with her only to end up placing Alistair on the throne following his protests of keeping Loghain alive.
Alistair because of how emphasized it becomes (especially in post-Origins material) that he's supposed to be king.
That depends on whether or not Divine Victoria behaves the same regardless of which one she is.
Which ones have nothing going on right now? And which ones would make sense in DA4's theater of operations?
Or everyone else you slay while in the Fade.
I don't know if there is (or will be) an answer provided for that at all.
As if Divine Victoria isn't already difficult to bring back in future installments. The other 3 have fixed appearances. A Divine Inquisitor would have meant that the Divine basically share a fate similar to the Hero of Ferelden.
TBH I didn't spend much time thinking about that as my Inquisitor was male.
Another succession crisis looms once the current monarch dies without an heir (which is probably how BioWare can both negate and accommodate player choice).
Regarding problem vassals. AFAIK, every middle ages realm had kings constantly trying to keep rebellious dukes and counts in line. And then there are the sibling claimants and other pretenders. I don't see that being much different in Thedas.
Another question is: How many of them will turn into something down the line? I'm wondering if we'll be seeing any of the comic series characters enter the games or if they'll just be in various comic arcs. There's more of a case to be made for them than the Tevinter Nights characters.
I haven't read it yet. I don't know if I should read it now or wait a bit - I started reading some of the comics a little while back just to get my DA fix in during this drought of content (it was either that or replay old content, and I would rather explore things in my canon state).
All the time. Most of them are visual, but there are some restored/fixed content mods as well. DAO has plenty of mods, DA2 some, and DAI just a few (which I had to turn off before playing Trespasser as it liked to crash if a mod was installed).
I'd argue Bhelen, but in the grand scheme of things it probably doesn't matter. In Awakening they're stand-ins for the King of Orzammar slot, and in Inquisition it's a few lines of dialog that basically remind us they're still the King of Orzammar and doing things. I kinda get the lack of appearance in Descent, as Harrowmont has a bit of a problem when it comes to his appearance there.
I also doubt either one would be part of a delegation to Kal-Sharok if we as players ever go there.
It's even mentioned that Leliana does everything Varric does only better in DAI. That said, he's still pretty much the same Varric.
If he wasn't made Viscount of Kirkwall, he would pretty much be where he started. I'm starting to wonder if that will limit his options as a character, or if that's one way for him to Exit Stage Left while getting in a few offscreen activities.
I do both in Act 3 just before the Point of No Return/Endgame of "The Last Straw" quest.
And also subject to change.
Time passes poorly in DA.
I didn't even know it was out.
Descent I would place rather late, considering you do visit the Storm Coast and there are no signs of earthquakes on your visits there.
JOH I see happening post-Corypheus, as some sort of interlude between the main campaign and Trespasser.
I'm also someone who places both of DA2's DLCs right before Act 3's Point of No Return.