DAO. Mainly because nobody from DA2 and DAI beats Morrigan and Leliana.
Isolde. From her stupidity to her annoying "WHO IS THIS WOMAN, TEAGAAAN!?!?!?"
Fenris and Anders. "Oh, I was a slave/I live in a Circle, pity me..." Mentioning that, again and again, over the course of the game just ends achieving the opposite of they want: people treating you as an annoying crybaby.
"that and having the most hated DA companion be a black woman is...not a good look for anyone"
Vivienne is going to be hated even if she's white. Her skin's colour is not important here, is her hypocrite and manipulative personality what people hate the most.
"Who do you think is the best Divine?"
Everyone not called Vivienne.
I always sided with mages but Calpernia and Barris are better characters than Samson.
Celene began to favored Morrigan over Vivienne after she meet the former. One codex even mention a theory from one noble that Morrigan can answer better Celene's questions about magic because she lack the Circle's education and taboos.
Some Dalish respect Andraste. Lanaya tells the Warden that they respect Andraste despite not following Chantry's believes and Velanna mentions that she has some respect for Andraste for fighting agaisnt slavery (she freed the elves from Tevinter) despite how she hate humans.
The Viscount? The man was a puppet ruler (Meredith pretty much rules through him), but at least try to make his best for Kirkwall. Harrowmont is worst.
Erasing useless characters like Fenris or Carver.
No more overpowered Sarebaas.
Spawn less enemies in the maps. Seriously, starting a fight with a group of enemies just to others appears out of nowhere in the middle of the fight is not even remotely funny.
@Thomic Stridon Because Bethany is far better than that crybaby called Carver.
"Who is the Ginger guy next to Aveline?"
You see the bow in his back, right? Only one companion use a bow.
The lore mentions that raw lyrium kills non-dwarves people and not even dwarves are completely inmune. Of course, they drink diluted lyrium in the same way that wardens use some herbs (source: the World of Thedas) to make the darkspawn blood used in the Joining at least remotely possible to consume.
"Because Oghren is an expert on dwarven history?"
Dude, Oghren knows that from Branka, who make a extensive research about the Anvil. Another thing is if Branka's sources are accurate or not.
"Um, which wiki page says it was moved?"
Oghren mentions that before he joins the party. And he probably learn this from Branka.
Oghren mentions that Golems had a sharp memory, meaning that is probably that Shale remembers everything, just she doesn't care anymore.
That the Inquisition had the authority of banish grey wardens from Ferelden or Orlais is debatable. After all, that authority is useless in, for example, Ferelden if Alistair or Anora override that authority and tell the fereldan wardens to stay in the country they rule.
Acording to Caridin's diary, the process is 1.- dressing the volunteer in stone or steel armor the size of the golem, 2.- pouring molten lyrium through the eye holes, mouth hole, and joints of the armor and 3.- before it cools, the armor is hammered and shaped to perfection. Meaning that Shayle of House Cadash is actually inside of the stone armor that is Shale.
There's no evidence that any of the fereldan wardens goes to Orlais and the dialogue suggest that the wardens in Adamant are all orlesians. Which raises the question, where are the fereldan wardens during Inquisition.