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This is just an idea I got as I was playing DA2 for the second time the other day. At the beginning of DA2 Flemeth says something along the lines of "great change is coming to the world". This probably refers to the mage rebellion against the templars and their future war but what if that's only partly true. I'm getting the feeling that the mage/templar war will be HUGE but i think the developers at Bioware have more world breaking events planned.
 
This is just an idea I got as I was playing DA2 for the second time the other day. At the beginning of DA2 Flemeth says something along the lines of "great change is coming to the world". This probably refers to the mage rebellion against the templars and their future war but what if that's only partly true. I'm getting the feeling that the mage/templar war will be HUGE but i think the developers at Bioware have more world breaking events planned.
 
For instance it's said in the Epilogue in Awakening if you created an Orlesian Grey Warden that he/she is called back to Weishaupt due to rumors of a new Blight and in DA2 the Warden who helps you at the end of Act 2 says he has more pressing matters than a qunari invasion. This hints that something major with the darkspawn is approaching.
 
For instance it's said in the Epilogue in Awakening if you created an Orlesian Grey Warden that he/she is called back to Weishaupt due to rumors of a new Blight and in DA2 the Warden who helps you at the end of Act 2 says he has more pressing matters than a qunari invasion. This hints that something major with the darkspawn is approaching.

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This is just an idea I got as I was playing DA2 for the second time the other day. At the beginning of DA2 Flemeth says something along the lines of "great change is coming to the world". This probably refers to the mage rebellion against the templars and their future war but what if that's only partly true. I'm getting the feeling that the mage/templar war will be HUGE but i think the developers at Bioware have more world breaking events planned.

      For instance it's said in the Epilogue in Awakening if you created an Orlesian Grey Warden that he/she is called back to Weishaupt due to rumors of a new Blight and in DA2 the Warden who helps you at the end of Act 2 says he has more pressing matters than a qunari invasion.  This hints that something major with the darkspawn is approaching.  
      Now in both DAO and DA2 we get told from Sten, Fenris and the Arishok that the qunari will eventually invade Thedas again and have been gathering strength for some time.  So what if they decide to invade in DA3 with a mage/templar war in the midst at the same time as a possible Blight?  
      And to finish off my conspiracy theory of doom for Thedas Alistair (if he's King anyway) says that tension is brewing between Ferelden and Orlais.  Forgive me for jumping to the worst outcome but in my opinion this almost certaintly means that they'll go to war.
     The idea of a mage/templar war taking place across the land while two reasonably powerful countries wage war with each other at the same time as the Qunari attempt to conquer all of Thedas when hordes of darkspawn plot to destroy all of humanity seems to fit the bill of Flemeths "great change".

What do you think? --Donncha (talk) 23:00, March 25, 2011 (UTC)

Although it would be an most interesting story, if we were to import our stories of DA1 and DA2, it would get WAY too complex (the story would be complex anyhow). Together with something that seems to be stirring within the Fade (http://dragonage.wikia.com/index.php?title=Forum:Sandal_gives_a_prophecy&t=20110325221906), it just would get nuts. So no... I believe a part of it will come true, but even Bioware couldn't handle such stuff and STILL tie all the necessary stuff up. It would be madman's checkers to do all such things within one game. --TUHD (talk) 23:23, March 25, 2011 (UTC)

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