Just a regular 23 year-old N7 Grey Warden Assassin. I play DA:O as as Dual-Wielding Warrior, Ryan Cousland. My decisions wound up being very similar to the Hero of Ferelden "default" history, but I put Bhelen on the throne of Orzammar, cured the werewolves, and had hardened Alistair rule with Anora, becoming the Chancellor at the end. Romanced Morrigan, dumped her for hardened Leliana, restored her feelings for me with the Golden Mirror. That's kinda cheating, but it hasn't hurt my import. Everyone got recruited and their Approval maxed, began Infernal Dealings but sided with Avernus, destroyed the concoction but let him continue ethical research. Cailan was given a pyre. Weapons of choice are Starfang with Fire, Lightning, and Silverite runes, and the Keening Blade with Dweomer/Hale runes, Warden-Commander Armor and Griffon's Helm. To get around the import bug, my headcanon states that the exploding archdemon destroyed Starfang and the Warden-Commander armor, so I stick him in Noble Clothing at the coronation. Alistair commissions a "replica" set of King Cailan's Armor and Maric's Blade for his work in Amaranthine, unbeknownst to the Warden that he gave his friend the genuine articles.
In Awakening, recruited everyone, couldn't finish Velanna's Exile due to that damned bug. Sided with the guards, played a diplomatic arl, struck down the conspiracy with the Dark Wolf's help, chose to defend trading routes. Nathaniel, Oghren, and Sigrun came to slay the Mother while Amaranthine was saved. Architect died, I didn't trust his plan would succeed, much less him. Afterwards he saved House Dace's ass (again), and then Morrigan turned up in Ferelden two years after she left. He tracked her down, got some answers and a warning about events to come. He was happy to know his son wasn't some demon monster dragon and wanted to go see him, but Ferelden still needed him. Morrigan still loved him, but he didn't feel the same way, he gave her a kiss goodbye and claimed the book, resolving to make preparations for a harrowing ordeal that would make the Blight look like a Proving.
DAII was underwhelming, but like ME2, I prefer at least one game in the import chain to be straightforward, no "grey areas," that way I'm not playing around with too many variables and spending so many hours doing playthroughs just to change one thing and see what I like better. I've played through twice as a Warrior, tried two different ways of playing it and got nowhere fast on Nightmare. I'll be playing Mage and Rogue when I finally get around to finishing my "new" Origins/Awakening file, now if only I could decide what to do with Bethany, I'd be set for DAIII.
A Wiki Life Edit
I'm here on Dragon Age Wiki regularly, but my main stomping ground is Mass Effect Answers, where I've been a member for almost a year. Dragon Age is a great franchise, but things seem a little more disorganized here than at MEA, probably just my bias. I signed up for Project Aeducan as part of a cleanup effort, and it's going really well so far. My view is that everyone's entitled to polite disagreement, but hate speech can fuck off. Call me RShepard, or Shepard, but if we speak regularly and I know your first name, you can call me Ryan, much shorter than saying "RShepard227," I prefer names to be 2-4 syllables.