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Somenthing is surrlly beyond Thedas others nations or even new continent. What do you like to see or better If there would be new country from which real world country should they take inspiration? For me i would like to see something like Greenland, real powerful cold or something inspared by Oceania.
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Today I figure out how to make one of the "wrongest" world state in Dragon Age Keep. And I am honestly going to use this world state, I think it will be funny. I am pretty sure (like 99% sure) that a female Warden is needed for this and then I was able to select both Alistair as King (with Anora as Queen) and Loghain alive and the father of Morrigan's divine kid. As I am planning to use this state I also was wondering if it is replicable in actual gaming. Any suggestion about making this happen in DAO?
A lot of people liked to complain about race-gated romance being introduced in DAI. Many people demand that games make all their romance options player sexual. I am the exact opposite. I love these limitations as they add to the characterization of these people. Therefore, for DA4, in addition to gender and race, I want at least one LI to be class-gated. A Tevinter mage who will only romance another human mage. A soldier who is very mistrusting of rogues and will refuse to enter a relationship with one.
So, do you think LIs should be player sexual, or do you agree with me? If you do, what kind of characters would you like to see in the next game?
what do I have to do solve this opps error crap?
I understand that Solas has his reasons for leaving and doing what he did, but everytime I play inquisition and I choose to romance him I always get so hurt and upset when he does leave.
In the post credit scenes we see him and Flemeth talking and he does say that he can’t face the punishment yet for allowing the orb to fall into the Venatori’s hands, a crime he allowed, because people still need him which shows how much he still cares.
So I don’t know, what are your opinions on him? For me he’s a good hearted person but with misguided emotions
In regards to your canon Warden, Champion and Inquisitor, which of the nine D&D alignments most suits them?
For me, all of my canon characters are Lawful Good.
As a Dalish player, I assume that he was at the Bracilian Forest because of intel that their was a tainted mirror there, and with a 5th Blight, this was kind of an emergency. The less tainted objects there are, the better. Meeting a Dalish who had Warden potential was unexpected, but the Warden's will take anyone they think has potential, regardless of where they come from.
What about you? Why do you think he was at a specific place in your canon games, and not the others.
So, we all know Sandal is a little funny, but there is a situation in Dragon Age 2 that explicitly implies Sandal knows how to manipulate magic as humans and elves do.
During the deep roads expedition, when you venture down a bit, you find Sandal has recreated his scene from the first game, where he's covered head to toe in darkspawn blood, surrounded by corpses galore, and the camera pans around to a frozen solid ogre.
When asked how he achieved this feat by Hawke, his statement was "NOT Enchantment", with heavy emphasis on the not.
I've never seen anything but a Spell do that to an Ogre. Could it be possible that Sandal is the only living Mage?
The only hole in this theory is we never hear him explicitly talk about dreaming or any such thing. Bodhan also mentioned that the Fereldan Circle of Magi took a vested interest in Sandal, but he ferried him away before further study could be conducted.
It's always been my headcanon that Sandal is the only dwarf able to cast spells, I'm just curious how many others picked up that little bit about him freezing an Ogre somehow without the use of an "enchantment".
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What do you think it should present? Me personally, I'd have a cliche, but effective image of the hero(at least one possible version of them) and the supporting party lined up in a similar way to the Justice League in the opening of their show, with the hero front and center, all of them with their weapons drawn or channeling magic. Above them ,Solas/Fen'Harel overlook the heroes and glare menacingly at them, or glare menacingly at the viewer. Or maybe we don't see Solas at all and instead we see how the Dalish see him, as a fierce and cunning wolf. The rest of the cover is full of spirits, demons.
In the climax of 4, you confront Solas and in the cutscene leading to the final boss fight, you something that that pierces Solas's calm and sophisticated attitude, and bring out the monster that's been hiding in him. He drops this persona and glares at you angrily. In a fit of tranquil fury, he starts accusing you or other people of being too weak, evil, or foolish to do what's "right". If you're an elf, he accuses you of being a disgrace to your people. He then asks who are you to question his tactics, when he is going to bring peace and freedom for the elves. Then he orders his followers to kill you and joins the final battle.
What should this be? So far, I've got accusation of being no better then his fellow "gods".
So, something I've been thinking of. Do you think the next game will have a scenario like the Warden Contact, where one character role will be a different person depending on our world states? For example: if we have to team up with a Templar from the south. It could be Ser Barris, Cullen, or a default different Templar, all depending on the choices we made for each. To me, the Alistair/Loghain/Stroud difference in Here Lies the Abyss was an incredible minor change for the game, and I'm curious if you think they'll try another option like that. Thoughts?
I enjoyed watching the sneak peek shared behind the scenes video from BioWare as are you.
But that doesn't change the fact that DA lV is on Early Production as one of the dev mentioned.
After 6 years, DA 4 still in early production, After the failure of the 1st project on 2016 or 2017 that called morrison or jublin, Then a teaser on 2018 about the dread wolf rises, And now on 2020 BioWare has back with some new news about DA lV.
Why the project still on Early Production?
Isn't the story is known?
If BioWare has started the project from the beginning then, There's a chance, Big chance that this whole project to be cancelled, If so, BioWare can't handle the game anymore.
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I wish we could share more than one pic at a time on here! The stills for DA4 are amazing! I think these are Tevinter, the Anderfels, Antiva or Rivain, an Elven realm of some sort, and what I think are the gates of Kal Sharok🤩
As you can easily see by the title of the post we have Dev Diary video from Bioware that gives us a glimpse of the next installment of the franchise. I got to say there's a lot of interesting stuff here from thoughts given by the developers to some images of new places, people (is that a Qunari waifu I see!?!?!?), enemies, potential animations and so much more.
Anyways thoughts on what you see so far?