Whats in store for the mages after DA3, will they be free or is their futrue goning to be even worst than before? Feel free to add your own idea on the futrue of the Magi. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 02:18, June 26, 2012 (UTC)Darkside
In my opinion, if there wouldn't be a solution of mage - templars conflict, most of the rebelious mages would try to travel and live in Tevinter Empire (and we all should know why), what might help for Archont and whole Tevinter to become again main force in Thedas.
If this happens, Thedas will be probably broken forever between two sides: magocratical rules in Tevinter under the power of Archonts and Black Divines and the remaining parts of the continent will be - in my opinion - mainly focused on the Orlesians plans for dominating other countries such as Ferelden, Free Marches etc. And of course, those of mages who will stay in Circles under the power of Templars might become Tranquil.
In my vision of DA3 mages nor templars have future. Both warmongers will extinct in name of peace. I write this, because I see both sides as villains. Merdeith's dictatorship, Jeannot's failed assassination, Anders' terrorism, Lambert's mage hunt all those thing lead to chaos and anihilation. Mages and templars are bloody murderers, as long as they any of them exist, there will be a war with no end. Unsigned wikia contributor
well, you have four options then:1-they end up face-down in a ditch 2-the Templars end up without nothing but their small clothes on 3-the Mages get piled up in a hole and burned like Jews 4- the Templars get their deaths Hitler-style. Take your pick!,--Aleroth Sarenford (talk) 17:14, June 27, 2012 (UTC)
- I support logic and science, so I won't be sad in the least if the Templars and Chantry are wiped out. Out of all of the religions in the game the Dwarven ancestor worship is the most tolerable and Morrigan is still my favorite romance interest due to her atheism. Mictlantecuhtli (talk) 17:57, June 27, 2012 (UTC)
I imagine the magi will be massacred, a different outcome doesn't seem likely considering how outnumbered they are. As for future magi, I expect they'll be stringently watched like never before. There will always be magi born, and consequentially there will also always be others needed to watch over them for both everyone else's safety as well as the magi; if there isn't, only chaos can ensue. EzzyD (talk) 18:25, June 27, 2012 (UTC)
- I disagree. Thanks to Mendel's table people can make only non-mages reproduce, as many crossing as needed to have family without magic.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk)