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After Morrigan Drinks: Ellasin elah! Vissan, vissanall.Edit

Is there any kind of translation anywhere for this? (It's not in the Elven Language section) Should it be put onto the page? Accomplished RogueCrylliaWarden Commander 04:49, February 12, 2015 (UTC)

Unfortunately, no. We can't even really stitch together a rough translation at this point, because none of those words (or their roots) have appeared anywhere else. So I don't think the phrase alone is enough to be added onto the page. --Keladin Storm 05:46, February 12, 2015 (UTC)
Bummer. I've seen it suggested that Serah Weeks is a fan of anagrams, and that's what's really going on here. Is there any evidence to support this claim elsewhere? Accomplished RogueCrylliaWarden Commander 22:11, February 12, 2015 (UTC)
Interesting...I wouldn't be surprised if it were, seeing as Solas' personal quest name was an anagram. :P But amongst all the theories floating around on BSN and tumblr, I don't think I've seen any information on this one. Will let you know if I come across any. :) --Keladin Storm 02:34, February 13, 2015 (UTC)

Backmasked Audio Edit

Should the fact that there is backmasked audio whispering in the background if the Inquisitor drinks from the Well be added to trivia? GoldenSeraph (talk) 23:09, March 16, 2017 (UTC)

Has it been specifically stated anywhere that it's actually backmasking and not just nonsensical sounds and words? I've seen way too many fan theories (which we've had to remove from this article a few times) of what's being said with people having different opinions, so I'd feel more comfortable if we had a reliable source to confirm it. The article already mentions that voices sound from the well when the Inquisitor drinks from it. --Kelcat Talk 01:52, March 17, 2017 (UTC)
There was a Kotaku article about it. Apparently a youtuber found it. That youtuber supposedly tweeted at Patrick Weekes and Sylvf about it. Their responses supposedly were cryptic and didn't confirm or deny anything. Which perhaps is reason enough not to include this as trivia. Anyways, this story was released around January 2015, so I've been spending the last couple hours trying to sift through two years of tweets by Weekes and Sylvf to see if they actually did comment on the story. I wanted to see actual tweets from Bioware employees before I put anything in the trivia. It's been slow going.
Edit: After much scrolling, I have found I cannot go past August 2016 in Weekes' twitter account. So that's time I'm not getting back. GoldenSeraph (talk) 03:00, March 17, 2017 (UTC)
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