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Transferring his soul Edit
There is a possibility, noted by Corypheus's similar abilities to an Old God, and Larius's mannerisms and words after the battle with Corypheus, that Corypheus may be able to transfer his soul into somone with Darkspawn taint as he nears death, and that he has transferred himself into Larius. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 11:08, 28 July 2011 (UTC)
- Since it's heavily hinted at, I'm not quite sure this counts as speculation. --D. (talk · contr) 15:50, August 17, 2011 (UTC)
- They hint at many things, and many are red herrings. But this idea makes Corypheus' transfer more powerful than a corrupted old god? For the Archdemon, both souls are destroyed. But Cory is preserved while Larius is gone? The Archdemon is supposed to be more powerful, that it took a century to kill, but Cory was captured by a relative handful? Yes, he's powerful, but not godlike and he invokes the Tevinter gods. I just think they wanted to put in something sinister, so all of Hawke's striving is pointless, making an odious ending. I hope they stop the sitstorms on their leads someday.--NoraDarcy (talk) 14:47, December 7, 2013 (UTC)
In Dragon Age Origins, your given information from both fellow grey warden Alistair, and the codex. that Wardens will last 30 years from whence they took their joining, Could it be that instead of dying, The Warden and Alistair may end up like Larius as ghouls? (That would suck though, I like my warden and Alistair). Although Information from the Calling states that they become more like darkspawn with Razor sharp teeth and nasty skin.