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Since I have made Bethany a grey warden, it's only logical to think that she will encounter our warden in Dragon Age 3. Then, if you are still single, you have a chance to romance her with Hawke's blessing. Heck, in Dragon Age 3, I wish we can recruit both of them to the party. I am also cool with the idea that two heroes now fight in the opposite sides of the battle. It's only fair that you can play as Hawke and steal Leliana from the warden too. Your thoughts? (188.8.131.52 (talk) 08:37, March 12, 2011 (UTC))
Hmm I'm not the only one who has the same idea. Oh how I really wish Bethany to be a possible romance option, lets hope that Bioware might consider this and make it possible on the next Dragon Age installment...
Well it's not incest, provided that there is a new protagonist in Dragon Age III Carver should also be a possible romance option for the girls who love him so badly like I am to Bethany... --http://dragonage.wikia.com/wiki/User:The_seeking_seer(talk) 04:30, December 29, 2011 (UTC)
First of all, anyone who wants to have sex with Bethany is a pervert, that would be incest :P Second, the warden nor Hawke will be in 3, the new main antagonist will be someone new. If DA3 follows the same path of DA2, you will not be able to choose from any race (weak joke referencing how DA2 only allowed you to play as a human). Aleksandr the Great (talk) 17:20, December 7, 2011 (UTC)
Coupla things: 1.) There's a 75% chance that Bethany is not a grey warden and a 50% she dies, so she's not likely to appear at all. 2.) Unless it's Hawke romancing her, it is NOT incest 3.) The idea of Hawke and the Warden returning is not that ludicrous, but they are unlikely to play any major roles. 4.) When was it ever said that either of them would have antagonistic or protagonistic roles? 5.)I am very much in favor of pitting the warden and Hawke at odds in DAIII, but that's an opinion. 6.) If any Hawke siblings are going to be romancing anybody, it will be Carver, he is much more the type.
- "6.) If any Hawke siblings are going to be romancing anybody, it will be Carver, he is much more the type." Lol, Carver's a failure in life, personal life included. His attempts to court Merrill where pathetic, his attempts to court Leliana back in Lothering (as revealed in MoTA) where probably even more pathetic. So no, he's not "the type".
- Compared to Bethany, yes he is. --Isolationistmagi (talk) 22:18, December 7, 2011 (UTC)
- Oh, I don't have that DLC, so I assumed he was more the type because he was the only one of the two that bothered trying. --Isolationistmagi (talk) 03:05, December 8, 2011 (UTC)
Are you people just now talking about this?
The Warden romancing Bethany/Carver would still be incest, but only if the Warden is a mage since the mage Warden would be their cousin. I think all companions should be romance options, incest should pale in comparison to dating an abomination or having a child with the soul of an Old God with a Witch of the Wilds. People In Thedas may not look at incest the same way we do either. Even in our world in medieval times incest was not a problem, hell it was even encouraged in some cases (mostly nobles).
Attempting to romance some other companions would be pretty interesting too. Could you imagine trying to romance Sten? I think it would be difficult but it would completely change him. He would have to turn his back on the Qun and become Tal Vashoth. Even Shale, obviously you can't have sex with a golem, but the relationship could start with her fighting her feelings, confused and unsure of what to do about them but after learning about her past, lead to her asking you to come with her to reclaim her mortal form so you could be together. I think Oghren would make a great romance option for a female Dwarf Warden, they would both be struggling to adjust to life on the surface. Not a fan of Wynne, but something could probably be done with her too, maybe you could get her wild side out again.
Velanna would probably be difficult for a non-Dalish Warden, but it would be nice if you could romance her with a human and get her to see that not all humans are the monsters she thinks they are. Maybe get Sigrun to enjoy life and not act like her life is already forfeit. Romancing Nathaniel with a Human Noble Warden could be very interesting. Justice would be...interesting to try to have a relationship with, but I don't think sex should be an option in his case just because of him inhabiting a corpse. but maybe have an option where he could join with the Warden instead of Anders. or maybe you could have sex, but only in the Fade. Sex in the Fade would be interesting all by itself. I see no reason why Aveline and Varric shouldn't be options too.
It still bugs me that there have been no romance-able dwarf companions. I know I left out some companions, but any others weren't really around long enough for a relationship. Still, they could've made some quick flings with some of them. I left the dog out since...well, he's a dog. Though there are many opportunities for inter-species relationships, the dog might be a step too far. Then again it's ok for Brian Griffin to date humans, and mabari's are extremely intelligent and possibly capable of speech, so who knows? I wonder what companions we might see again in DA3 and I hope they improve the relationship/fling options.--Vampire Damian (talk) 22:46, December 8, 2011 (UTC)
About the Sten thing:
- Morrigan: So have you changed your mind, Sten? I dream about you and I, if you must know.
- Sten: You would, even were I interested in a small thing like you. The Qunari act is... unpleasant.
- Morrigan: Unpleasant? Unpleasant how? Now I really am interested.
- Sten: Deadly.
- Morrigan: And what if I didn't mind? I enjoy a little... animation.
- Sten: You'd be less animated afterward.
- Morrigan: It sounds as if I am arousing your passions already, my dear Sten.
- Sten: Parshaara. Why do you pester me?
- Morrigan: (Chuckles) Because 'tis amusing, that is why.
- Some things should not be tried for a reason. ----Isolationistmagi 05:35, December 29, 2011 (UTC)
i loved that whole part with Morrigan trying to seduce Sten, especially when he agrees. her reaction was hilarious. it does make me curious but...yeah i can see your point here. Maybe that's part of the reason the Qunari aren't raised by their parents. He could've just been messing with her but i doubt it. --Vampire Damian (talk) 07:32, December 29, 2011 (UTC)