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Are you satisfied about ending of Gaider's comic series? I'm not, 2 years spent on seeking a man just to kill him. I wanted Maric to tell Alistair about Fiona and it didn't happened.[[Special:Contributions/78.8.152.230|78.8.152.230]] ([[User talk:78.8.152.230|talk]]) 21:58, May 31, 2013 (UTC) Just call me Dalish fan
 
Are you satisfied about ending of Gaider's comic series? I'm not, 2 years spent on seeking a man just to kill him. I wanted Maric to tell Alistair about Fiona and it didn't happened.[[Special:Contributions/78.8.152.230|78.8.152.230]] ([[User talk:78.8.152.230|talk]]) 21:58, May 31, 2013 (UTC) Just call me Dalish fan
 
:I definitely wasn't happy about this kind of bleak ending but I saw how it made sense in the context of the Dragon Age setting, which is still defined as dark fantasy, a subversion of traditional idealistic fantasy, where for every inspiring moment (Alistair convincing Maric to come back to him), there is a gut punch right afterwards. I am pretty sure the ending was supposed to remind us of that. The last issue still felt rushed, though. And as for Fiona, there is actually ever less evidence that she is Alistair's biological mother. --[[User:Koveras Alvane|Koveras Alvane]] ([[User talk:Koveras Alvane|talk]]) 05:14, June 1, 2013 (UTC)
 
:I definitely wasn't happy about this kind of bleak ending but I saw how it made sense in the context of the Dragon Age setting, which is still defined as dark fantasy, a subversion of traditional idealistic fantasy, where for every inspiring moment (Alistair convincing Maric to come back to him), there is a gut punch right afterwards. I am pretty sure the ending was supposed to remind us of that. The last issue still felt rushed, though. And as for Fiona, there is actually ever less evidence that she is Alistair's biological mother. --[[User:Koveras Alvane|Koveras Alvane]] ([[User talk:Koveras Alvane|talk]]) 05:14, June 1, 2013 (UTC)
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::Fiona's case was thing I wanted to hear from Maric the most. I don't believe Alistair is her son, I think he has another long lost brother and dates in DA:WoT are enough for me to be certain about that.[[Special:Contributions/78.9.0.93|78.9.0.93]] ([[User talk:78.9.0.93|talk]]) 08:29, June 1, 2013 (UTC)

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Are you satisfied about ending of Gaider's comic series? I'm not, 2 years spent on seeking a man just to kill him. I wanted Maric to tell Alistair about Fiona and it didn't happened.78.8.152.230 (talk) 21:58, May 31, 2013 (UTC) Just call me Dalish fan

I definitely wasn't happy about this kind of bleak ending but I saw how it made sense in the context of the Dragon Age setting, which is still defined as dark fantasy, a subversion of traditional idealistic fantasy, where for every inspiring moment (Alistair convincing Maric to come back to him), there is a gut punch right afterwards. I am pretty sure the ending was supposed to remind us of that. The last issue still felt rushed, though. And as for Fiona, there is actually ever less evidence that she is Alistair's biological mother. --Koveras Alvane (talk) 05:14, June 1, 2013 (UTC)
Fiona's case was thing I wanted to hear from Maric the most. I don't believe Alistair is her son, I think he has another long lost brother and dates in DA:WoT are enough for me to be certain about that.78.9.0.93 (talk) 08:29, June 1, 2013 (UTC)
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