My Solas Romance Theory.

The “last” romance scene with Solas, left all of us heart broken, teary eyed and confused. But… Is that really the end. 

I don’t think so.

Now, after this “ending” to the relationship, you are completely locked on. You cannot go and have a romance with any of the other characters unless you leave Solas. Does anybody want to do that? OF COURSE NOT! However, with any other character you can just simply move on. 

Why is that you say? 

Well, I think Bioware knew that everyone was going to love the Solas romance too much. I believe they have had plans from the very get go to continue the relationship with Solas. I mean, why else would they have made you lock on with no way of getting out (well, unless you leave him first of course). It’s the only explanation. Now, I have no idea if they are going to do this through a DLC or a sequel. But I believe that in the end. The love birds will be together again. IT HAS TO HAPPEN. 

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Dragon Age Update: April and May, 2015 Patch 7 and The Black Emporium

A lot happened in the months of April and early May for Dragon Age and this video makes sure you didn’t miss any of it. Includes Patch 7 highlights and the free DLC among other great news!

CONFESSION: 
I really dislike how DAI makes the comparison that Templars are somehow in an abused state. I can’t buy it because Templars CHOSE to become Templars.  They weren’t (unlike mages) born that way. They can choose not to take lyrium, and thus they can escape their “bondage.” Mages have no option, (apart from a lobotomy)  to get anywhere near the same.

Confession:  I’m still waiting for our darkspawn companion/plot-important npc. We got a geth companion in Mass Effect, why not here? The awakened darkspawn that don’t want to murder everything are perfect for interesting characters. Besides, they can’t infect anyone with the Taint since they no longer have the Taint and can’t hear the Old Gods’ calls. Come on Bioware I want a darkspawn buddy.

Confession: As a character, I didn’t really like Vivienne that much, initially. She’s conceited, contemptuous and privileged. But there was something about the scene when Duke Bastien died that struck me speechless. It’s possibly the most important scene in any game I’ve played, as far as I’m concerned. It was so elegantly simple. It made me realise that deep down, we’re all people who want to be appreciated, to be loved, to belong, to help each other. We’re just animals who want to get in from the cold