I'd need a special occurance for romancing Leliana and Morrigan twice in a single canpaign. Alistair died, Wynne died, everyone else was happy on cake.
Anders executed, Meril and Isabelle roma ced in the same bang, Fenris resold back to his master, everyone else in between happy and friended.
Inquisition everyone cept Vivien was friended, Keep fixed all that. Nothing important to note cept bull lived and sod Solas.
Is anyone else excited for Iceborne? I'm sort of getting back into the mood for newish games now.
Yes sorry for not being precise or responding to that topic. I just assume most Bioware fans were around during that.
Meamwhile DBZ abridged does all of that, more, and does a better job voice acting a comedy over the originals. Worrying and complaining about that sort of conversation just makes you weak as an individual.
The defunct Bioware Social Network.
How do people like crossing regional gaps such European and Asian middle ages in fantasy video games? The two exanples coming to mind are Dark Souls, and Kingdom Come: Deliverance with the Hungarians using Cuman mercenaries.
Three in DA2: Hurlock Bolters have one, Varric has Bianca, and Duke Prosper has what looks like a pellet bow shooting pharamone slime. The answer is pretty much the same as to why the combat keeps getting downgraded to implement more flash to it: streamlining. Inquisition can be attributed to how hard it was for the Bioware team to copy and paste DA2's combat to. Don't be surprised if you lose Dual weapons and two hander weapons in DA4.
The other problem may well be also how they were implemented and received in Origins, their logic behind not modifying the damage in a sense of proper bow scaling (despite being dex only) hamstrung crossbows, and most people didn't even know the Dwarven Defender was locked behind cut content. If people won't use it, why bother to implement more and save yourself time? This was another reason why games like ES didn't have crossbows for years despite having a simple animation ready in Morrowind.
Now if they made bows properly based on grounding a little realism, you'd need more strength than dexterity to use a warbow than a greatsword. Then crossbows would be a good idea to make for people who couldn't use stronger bows because a cunning modifier is nearly useless on a bow that is 100-160 pounds of draw weight.
I love how the Origins-Inquisition stand off is reminiscent of the fanboy firestorm that was the BSN ten years ago.
Nobody would, Cairidin would be a superior choice on virtue of badassery and not being clearly insane. Pragmatically speaking he already knew how to forge a golem, and he wouldn't be prone to attacking villages for voluntold civilians.
The magister plot arch specifically involving the Architect and Corypheus was made after DA2. Even the architect doesn't even remember he's one, not really relevant in a sense since he will likely not appear again.
Warden is the strongest normally, Inquisitor gets the plot armor mark but that's largely irrelevant if each game has different scopes of power and limitations. I largely wager whoever gets the most plot armor wins and each game is limited to the gameplay, which makes the argument largely moot.
However last I checked Gaider's canon Warden was a female Dalish warrior, not a mage.
Everyone was my best friend in Origins. Even Wynne and Alistair before their untimely deaths. Cakes make everyone happy.
DA2 I had a best friend love interest to Meril, Varric was a good friend even if they shoehorn scripted him to be the wingman in some regards. I largely accept Rivalry with Sebastian to be a different friendship rather than an unfortunately compromising partnership like Fenris.
I think Blackwall or Sera was the best friend in my Inquisition playthrough. I honestly don't recall.
They have mentioned that they want to avoid characters who can potentially die. I also get the feeling they want to avoid other recurring characters unless absolutely possible.
Given how much streamlining occurs in the last three Bioware games I assume the weight of player choices will be negligible this far North. You also might spend the game as a random victim of circumstance and only stumble onto the Solas plot at the end of the game.
There is a large absence of information with what can potentially transpire, but ultimately with how many people have left and how many expected gameplay and actor deficits you can expect with EA, I would put it under five major recurrences.
Yes, they're the most useful of the army summons during the final battle.
Tevinter or Grey Warden.
Yay for Tabletop.
You know I just realized Leliana said the Ferelden Wardens disappeared right before the Orlesian ones. Shows how much I listened.
Sometimes you need to push them to do something good. Other times you need a heavy hand to make sure the royal bastard marries his arch-nemesis' daughter so the Kingdom can remain fully united.
It's jusr an excuse so they don't have to reuse the Inquisitor for a main character.