Things That I Found Whilst Going Through the DAO Epilogue Wiki That We Should Remember
The City Elves
No matter what, a Bann is elected to rule the Alienage and the City-born elves gain more rights, freedoms and their own personal militia.
However some years later human resistance culminates in a mob outside the landsmeet that stones the Elvhen Bann to death.
The Crown has to crack down on the resulting Elvhen/Human riot and tensions continue.
The exception to this, however, is if Soris becomes Bann. He marries a human woman and the entire Alienage is so outraged that he runs away to Orlais.
The Dalish Elves
If they participated in the Battle of Denerim, they earn newfound respect and are genuinely welcomed into Fereldan Lands.
If Lanaya is the new Keeper then she is well respected amongst both the Dalish and the Fereldan Court. All Dalish clans turn to her to resolve disputes between them and Fereldan Humans.
They are gifted the land around Ostagar and in time many Dalish Clans moved to the area. However, they were still wary of human neighbours, and peace only remains if Lanaya is the Keeper.
If the Werewolves are freed of the curse they remain together, name eachother family and take on the surname ‘wolf’. Eventually they become the most successful animal trainers in Thedas and every year they light a candle for the Lady of the Forest.
One way or another, the Ferelden Circle is eventually granted autonomy. However that happens faster if a Mage Hero dies or asks for it as a boon.
If neither of these occur and Dagna is sent to the Circle then she inspires mages from all over Thedas to establish a new Circle of Magi in Orzammar itself. Orzammar is entirely willing to harbour apostates and this sparks talk of the Divine making a new Exalted March
As well as this, if the Circle is not granted autonomy, Greagoir steps down once the tower is rebuilt. He retires to become a brother of the Chantry, eventually dying from an illness after refusing treatment. Cullen then becomes the Knight Commander and apparently ruled the Circle with fear.
If, however, the Circle is given autonomy then Cullen eventually suffers a psychotic episode where he kills three apprentices before being restrained by fellow Templars. He escapes from prison later.
Gorim tells an Aeducan warden that he wishes to take up position as their Second again, if they will have him.
Bhelen as King increases trade with the Surfacers, loosens Caste restrictions and the Casteless were permitted to take arms against the Darkspawn in exchange for new freedoms. This actually pushes the Darkspawn line back and old Thaigs are reclaimed.
If Branka lives he initially allows her subjects to create golems, willing or not. However when she eventually refuses to produce them only for him, he assaults her Fortress and lays seige for some years until he gives up and withdraws.
However his excessive amount of enemies in court force him to dissolve the assembly entirely and place himself as a lone Ruler. A Tyrant, some might say.
Harrowmont, on the other hand, passes a law excluding Casteless from the commons. This sparks a rebellion and the slums are essentially turned to rubble. The Assembly remained behind Harrowmont, however.
If Branka lives then Harrowmont initially provides her with willing volunteers in order for the Golems to crush Bhelen’s rebellion. Eventually however, he refuses to continue using Dwarven souls for the practice. But the Deep Roads needed Golems, so raids were conducted on the surface to kidnap humans and elves for the golems. This sparked a small war between Orzammar and Ferelden which quickly lead to Orzammar’s doors being sealed shut.
Later on Harrowmont’s health begins to fail, either by poison or frailty. When he dies, the Assembly descends into infighting.
If Branka dies then the Smiths eventually find the Anvil of the Void and try to create a Golem. They succeed, using a spirit of the Fade, however the Golem goes mad and kills a number of Shapers. The technology is labeled as extremely dangerous.
Queen Anora and the Crown
If Loghain dies killing the Archdemon, Anora asks the Warden if they can tell her anything about his death.
She also erects a statue of him glaring down at the Orlesian Embassy to symbolise his redemption and in the end people remember him as the hero he was, not the villian he became.
If Loghain is killed at the Landsmeet, she still erects the statue, but she is one of only a few to visit it. Still, she does this every year, placing flowers at his feet.
As Queen she ushers in a new age of prosperity with swathes of trade agreements and a rebuilt capital. The Army is restored completely, laws were passed to encourage freeholders to produce larger harvests and she builds a University.
If she is married to Alistair, Loghain lives and the Warden becomes a Chancellor, then she is the only one whom will speak to the Warden. They argue a great deal, but she usually wins. Still the Warden is very popular in Ferelden and holds a lot of influence.
If the Warden marries Anora then with their combined prowess, they usher in a new Golden Age for Ferelden, not seen since King Calenhad first united the barbarian tribes.
If she remains Sole Ruler then she contines to rebuff advice of marriage, even ignoring the suitors whom visit her Court. She claims, ‘all of them fall short of the bar she measures them against; that of her father.’
The Chantry refuses to accommodate Ferelden’s ruler if they grant the Circle autonomy.
If Loghain and the Warden live then Anora manuveores him into leading Grey Warden recruitment efforts.
If the Warden dies then he performs this task diligently for some years until the taint wears too hard on him and he travels to Orzammar for his Calling.
If Marjolaine is dead and Leliana is hardened, she is asked to head up an investigation into the darkspawn. The ruler wishes to know how far they go in the Deep Roads and where the broodmothers can be found.
Wynne can accept a position at court to advise the Throne and help improve the lot of Mages in Ferelden.
If the Warden is dead then Oghren accepts a position as a General in the Ferelden Army. He sobers, gets clean, marries Felsi and cries when his first child is born. He names them after the Warden.
If the Warden is dead then Zevran tries to avoid the Crows but eventually takes the fight to them. After four masters disappear, the crows choose Zevran as their leader.
If Alistair is exiled and leaves the Wardens, he leaves on a rivaini ship. An attempted coup to overthrow Anora a year later borrows Alistair’s name but he does not appear to be involved.
If Connor is killed and Isolde lives then she bares Eamon a second child, a daughter. However, she dies in labour. The girl is named Rowan, after Eamon’s sister, and when she exhibits magic she is sent to the circle.
If Kaitlyn is given a small fortune for the Sword at redcliffe, then she takes Bevin and goes to Denerim. She opens a Foundry with the money and becomes very wealthy. Eventually she meets Teagan again, by chance, and they marry a little later.
rules: you can tell a lot about a person by the music they listen to. put your music on shuffle & list the first ten songs & then tag ten people
Okay this can be fun but also really embarrassing
1. Stone cold - Demi Levato 2. Otherside - Red hot chili peppers 3. The night (Janji edit) - Hogland 4. People help the people - Birdy 5. Scars to your beautiful - Alessia Cara 6. Kid in love - Shawn Mendes 7. Pusterom - Erik og Kriss 8. Jealous - Labrinth 9. Sucker for pain - Lil Wayne 10. Happy little pill - Troye Sivan
They must have nerfed julius in 2.8 In the og ddd version on 3ds, the only way to beat julius was with some sort of balloon spell, because you couldn't get close or he'd grab you and garlic breath your face and give you tunnel vision/blindness + poison or he'd call down lightning and heal himself while zapping you and taking a chunk out of your health! If you don't believe me, go Google search "how do you beat julius in ddd 3ds"
Oh no trust me, I beat Julius in the 3D version already. Probably took about…3-5 tries for both kids? And yeah, I looked up how to do it and utilized a ton of dodging and Balloonga. He was beatable using that strategy.
i miss ruriko in OG rider. 8( i guess the explanation was that she went to europe with takeshi? but then she just… never came back…..
imo in that case she must still be chillin in europe on her own, hanging out in chic paris cafes wearing cool disguises and sending secret coded messages to fbi contacts, occasionally whacking shocker agents in the face with a baguette or smth
A/N: So @ive-always-been-a-pirate and I were talking speculation today about why the time on the clock in Underbrooke moved between 5x12 BTS and 5x14 BTS. Then mindyourhelm posted this little thing and my muse just screamed at me to write it. So here it is.
Its shape had changed over the centuries, molding itself into whatever image the ruler of this realm chose. In days of old it had been a sundial, echoing the simple world its inhabitants had come from. An elaborate Victorian tower had been its image for years, iron beams blending it into the surrounding buildings that changed as time moved forward in the outside world. Its current incarnation was a modern clock set in the crumbling remains of a tower, embedded within the very pavement that ran through the town.
The clock had always been there, but its hands never moved.
Day and night came, seasons changed, and eons passed for the realm’s inhabitants but the clock remained silent. Its hands were forever frozen, mocking those who walked by because this was a timeless land, where age and time spent there didn’t matter. Even when it had been a simple sundial the shadow that marked the time never moved, forever locked on that same hour and minute. Some inhabitants had been there since the world was nothing more than brimstone and fire, others filtering in over the years as their souls left the mortal world. They were all used to the unmoving clock, the one constant in the realm no matter the shape their world took, many forgetting the ancient fixture was even there.