Even after all he's done, I would prefer not killing him. But he has to be stopped by any means, so...I will if I there's no other choice.
I have come to an understanding with his character and feel pretty empathetic with him, so I would like to end all this reaching out a hand, I guess? But knowing him, he will just go "Go hard or go home", and I don't think that anybody can change his mind after all this years. So in conclusion, this is not going to be easy nor pretty, but really bittersweet.
I think that's Tevinter-like architecture, like any other.
Good for you! I hope to get it someday too🙌
Well, I have read many webs before answering you, and it says the same. I don't believe I have misunderstood the info.
I think you're mistaken. Ps5 will be compatible with 99% of ps4 games, but not with ps1, ps2 or ps3' games.
If I can save all the people involved, why not do it? Thats always my reasoning.
^ Howe clearly remarks about the noble woman "all grown up and still playing the man". Her mother also says something similar about how the guests have seen us sweating and hitting soldiers while training.
It is allowed, evidently. But it is not seen very well. If you were a boy you wouldn't be questioned like a woman would.
The "woman should not be training, but chasing boys to marry" sounds really sexist to me. There's obviously some old mentality there from a lot of characters.
^ I remember reading about the Loghain- Anora father-daughter relationship and thinking they were super cute. So I don't think that was the case.
I was between Here lies the Abyss and In your heart shall burn.
I love the cinematic of the assault of Adamant fortress and fighting the dragon and seeing the wardens.
But In your heart shall burn has a lot of scenes that I like, all the cinematics are awesome and the dialogs are really epic.
I really think that the beginning of the game is the best part of it.
I'm between the traditional mentality of Loghain and the Anora not being interested.
Anora is a smart and capable woman, which I think would be good qualities for a general (and other good qualities that a person like Loghain would see). But she doesn't seem interested in getting stronger physically or to learn how to fight (if she already doesn't know, that is, because I think she knows the basics).
I agree that this council was kinda ridiculous, in the sense that, it looks like more of a trial than a council.
Both Ferelden and Orlais only wanted to f*** up the Inquisition, after all the good they have done. The reason? As Leliana said, fear.
So basically this was (ironically) like an inquisiton trial to try to get rid of the Inquisition and specifically the Inquisitor.
I always disband the Inquisiton because I refuse to be manipulated and because I agree that the Inquisition has done what they promised to do (like the original). This way, no one will mess with us when we have to save everyone's butts again.
^Definetly gazing at the viewer; it would produce a bigger impact, because at the end of the day we are controling the main character.
Something like this:
I would like to see a big bad wolf of the background, like an ominous shadow. That would be pretty cool. Or maybe his big red eyes lurking in the darkness.
The front with the hero in a brighter color. Or maybe an object that represents our character.
^ the problem of that concept art is that there is no dwarf. I have read in tumbler that some people believe this are not companions because of that. All of this assuming that she is a dwarf.
If not, I think that she is one of the smaller girls like the rifle one. I don't think she is the mage of the left side or the qunari.
But who knows, maybe Bioware has changed the looks of the companions by the time they showed us.
The way she speaks reminds me of Dagna. Aside from that, I agree that she is probably a dwarf.
^ yes, it could have evolved into a powdered rifle. But I don't see the antaam using it. The qunari don't seem to be the types to use a gun.
But who knows, maybe they are training people to use them, like a new part of the army for skilled gun people.
^ those are definetly human-shaped faces carved into stone. I didn't realize before you said it, that's pretty interesting... reminds me of greek statues.?
Also, it really shows how different life is for Northern people of Thedas, specially Tevinter. Magic finds its place in every aspect of their life, so seing a little candle carring papers or a mage being carried by a giant hand is not weird.?
I think Seheron has had enough with both Tevinter and the Qun. They have only brought war and misery to the native people.
Seheron deserves to be a nation on its own.
It wouldn't be so crazy that someone used some kind of lirium-rifle. It would mark a difference though in the years to come.
Although with Bianca hasn't occurred the same and Varric has been using it for quite a while. I suppose it isn't easy to create a weapon like that, as it has been stated for Bianca too.
^ right? His words made me think about what are we going to have to do, maybe the history won't remember us kindly? Like an antihero.