^Um, which wiki page says it was moved? It doesn't say that on the Anvil's page or Caridin's page. On the "golem" page it says that Caridin fled with his loyalists and the Anvil...is that what you mean?
Fleeing "with" the Anvil could mean physically moving it. Or it could mean "with knowledge of it's location". Only Caridin had access to it, so the exact physical status of the Anvil could've been obscured over the centuries. Perhaps historians believed that it had been moved when in fact it was simply that the knowledge of it's location was lost. Or maybe Caridin deliberately told people it was in the Ortan thaig when really it had always been in Bownmmar, in order to keep it hidden.
If it was phyiscally moved than the Anvil can't have been consturcted out of a giant lyrium node. Perhaps it's like The Forgotten Grey Warden said; the Anvil could be made out of a piece of a titan organ.
The Fade. We got a trip to the Fade in every other game, there's no reason to stop that trend.
Other than that, Seheron, the Anderfels, and Kal-Sharok. And I want to see what's in the Arlathan Forest.
^From the look of the Anvil, it can't be moved. It appears to be carved right out of a giant lyrium node. If it could be moved, I think they would've moved it.
As part of a titan's body, it wouldn't have been placed "randomly" in a thaig. The thaig would have happened to form near it.
^Shianni would work quite well, actually. She's one of the few elven characters from Origins that can't die, and she's a character that's involved in the story regardless of the origin.
I nominate Shianni to be Solas's new lieutenant. Because I'm mean.
^Are there any ex-templar wardens? Alistair doesn't count, as he never started taking lyrium. And he made it seem like the Chantry only barely allowed the wardens to recruit him. I bet actual templars have never joined the wardens. Which is possibly a good thing, if doing so might turn them into red templar-esque monstrosities.
As far as lyrium potions go, those are diluted to the point where mages can consume then. Any tiny traces of lyrium they may have are likely destroyed in the digestion process (i.e. before they can reach the bloodstream, where the taint is).
^Fenris is not a realistic choice. He's dead some some worldstates.
^^It's not only possible, it's the most likely outcome. You have to actually persuade her not to fight you.
And technically you can "kill" her twice (beat her in the first fight then lose to one of her minions and she'll show up at the Landsmeet).
Dorian, Harding, and if we're just going based on wishes rather than likelihood, Aveline.
^Well right, but I meant in general.
I think they just both have the same source for how they make their creations: the titans.
We know for a fact that the Sha-Brytol are communicating with the titans, or at least a titan. As for Caridin, I think he said that the ancestors or the stone guided him in creating the Anvil. Branka also mentions hearing voices coming from the Anvil. The Anvil itself appears to built from some sort of lyrium super-node. I believe this may be a titan "artery" - a place with an unusually high concentration of lyrium that allows smithing feats which would otherwise be impossible.
^True, perhaps hate is the wrong word. Lacks empathy for? My point was that she doesn't have any spefic prejudices, she's just not a caring person.
^I think what he means is that Cory has more control over the taint. According to Cory himself, the magisters "claimed (the taint) as (their) own, let it permeate (their) being." The Architect can prevent someone from getting the taint and possibly cure someone of it. Corypheus also claimed to be able to cure Felix. And Erimond said that Cory controls the taint rather than be controlled by it.
Whereas normal darkspawn have no control over the taint.
^The grey wardens are not miners or smiths. Their mages use lyrium potions, but other than that they're not in contact with lyrium that often.
^^^There probably is more red lyrium in the deep roads that we haven't seen.
^Doubtful. I don't play Inquisition for the combat.
^Too late? What like they'll shut it down or something?
Anyway, I have a long list of new games I want to play before I play Inquisition again, nevermind Inquisition multiplayer.
^Corypheus is tainted. All he would have to do is touch lyrium, or bleed on it or something.
8/10. Missed Nevarra and the Anderfels.
^It does say that, and it says that he grafted red lyrium to himself after discovering it. Never mind then.
Since that's when he discovered red lyrium, he can't have made the red lyrium dragon before that point. He must've made it sometime between then and when he attacked Haven.
Now that I think about it, Cory wouldn't need to get red lyrium from Bianca. If he had known about it, he could've just made it by tainting normal lyrium.
^All of the companions in all three games kill without regret. In fact, that's probably true for nearly every RPG. They're all killers by occupation, that's just a given.
What they are all not is murderers. That only includes Zevran, Leliana, and Sten (and Loghain, if you count him as a companion). And Sten does regret his murders.
Oghren only committed manslaughter. Alistair, Morrigan, Wynne, Shale, and Dog have never killed anyone outside of self defense or warfare.
Out of them, only Wynne is religious. Alistair has a bias against blood magic and mages, but that comes from his templar training, not his religious beliefs. (Though that may be a distinction without a difference.) Shale is only biased against birds. Morrigan hates everyone equally.
^Not incorruptible, just highly resistant.
I actually think Cory did know about red lyrium before meeting Bianca. I think he went to her with the intention of getting some from her. Also, he may have had red lyrium embedded in his original body and we just didn't see it in Legacy, because of character design changes (or because Varric didn't tell the story that way).