two weeks!!! two weeks until i get to fall in love with new aliens and make endless headcanons about squadmates and theorise about the plot and cry over the gorgeous graphics and honestly i’m so damn excited!!!!!
You know what I’d really like to see among ambient city NPCs and merchant stalls? Carriages. Rented carriages, personalized house carriages. Merchants carrying goods into town on wagons drawn by some sort of quadruped.
Deciding the Ultimate Sacrifice in DAO was extremely agonizing for me. I questioned my decision for days after, thinking of how I might have chosen wrongly. True to my character, the tropey hero, he was not willing to make a demon baby, not willing to betray his love interest, not willing to force Alistair into it, and adamant about giving up his own life to save the people. I hated doing it but I HAVE to roleplay authentically.
Bioware:Andromeda is the story of the Ryder siblings! The one you don't pick will still exist in the universe! The Ryder siblings have an important role in the history of humanity! The two of them! Come immerse yourself in the touching and thrilling saga of the Ryder siblings!
Me:...You're gonna kill the one I don't pick, aren't you?
I cannot help but only see the best in the concept of Circles. For all of the flaws Circles could have, I like to think that many templars and mages lived in harmony during their day to day lives. Am I too idealistic? Perhaps. But I like to imagine that many more templars had a view like Ser Thrask and many more mages had a view like Wynne than the games and novels showed us. I’m a firm believer that the series only brought the tragic extremes of the mage-templar tensions to our attention.