For a while now, I've been hearing predictions and opinions from people who believe the next Dragon Age game will fail due not only to EA's interference, but coupled with the fact that some of BioWare's recent game did not do too well.
While I like to remain hopeful, I can help but be concerned about DA4 not meeting expectations because of given the recent track record of the two gaming companies, and this feeling is made worse now that David Gaider no longer has the reigns.
Is anyone else just as concerned, or am I simply reading too much into this?
so in the end of dragon age inquisition right uh whatshisface (don't want to use his actual name for those who haven't gotten that far) is supposed to basically disappear right but in the description of the last quest, you're supposed to end up in a cutscene with your option...but my option is whatshisface? So like, will he be there or what.
We know for certain that souls do in fact exist in DA, but since not even Spirits of the Fade know where souls go when they die, it's pretty obvious that the Fade is no afterlife.
Humans believe that the afterlife is where the Maker resides.
Elves believe that Falon'Din or the Halla guide souls to the afterlife.
Dwarves simply believe that their souls return to the Stone.
What do you think? I personally think that while there IS an afterlife in DA, it's somewhere between all three of these.
Leeching poison gives 5% healing/hit while poison weapon is active, hidden blades gives 3 free hits, if you cast hidden blades while poison weapon is active do you get extra healing?
With Fen'Harel as the main villain of 4, and with all the revelations in Tresspasser, it seems to make the most sense to have the main hero of 4 be an elf. But I don't think that will happen. No doubt, Elf will be a playable race. But Elf heroes in 4 would seem to bring out the most drama, since this conflict is about your religion, and history. How could a human, dwarf, or qunari be incorporated into the plot?