I just realized that I’ve shared pictures of my canon Warden and Inquisitor but never any of my Hawke? I’ve neglected poor Serafina so have three terrible screenshots of her!

She’s currently the only Hawke i’ve made in the game but i plan to do more play throughs for all of the romances!!

She has a wip Pinterest inspo board dedicated to her here

anonymous asked:

Hallo! How about Cullen? (You are doing that character thing still right?). 😄

  • First impression: Cute, fun to get flustered.
  • Impression now: Still cute. Still fun to get flustered, but also fun when he gets to do the fluster-ing. Fave.
  • Favorite moment: Chantry romance scene.
  • Idea for a story: I want to write his and Alyx’s first meeting from Figure It Out verse.
  • Unpopular opinion: I like Cullen with a mage inquisitor. Granted, in fic I write him more character development than he gets in game, but if done well I like the potential for both of them to grow and recover from their past together.
  • Favorite relationship: Cullen/Inquisitor
  • Favorite headcanon: Cullen singing to the Inquisitor (because THAT SINGING VOICE, seriously, give me more)


idk what if the Inquisitor was a kid ? It wouldn’t be called The Inquisition, it’d be the deadly babysitter squad.

( thank you @bittersweet-blue-hearts for the prompt )

In the abstract, one of red’s specialties is supposed to be emotion—the whole rich, complicated, fervently-felt spectrum of unique feelings. But in practice, a lot of red’s mechanical space is about dealing damage and killing your opponent so often that red tends to be about this one emotion:

RRAAAGGHGHHGHGH. Rage! Fury! Anger! (Lots! Of variations! Of one! Basic! Emotion!)

That’s not to say that Screaming Battle Rage isn’t a fine emotion to express sometimes! It is. But it’s not expressing the whole sweep of emotions that red’s supposed to be about. And we’ve heard from many of y’all that you’d like us to find opportunities for red cards to depict other kinds of emotion. OKAY WELL STRAP IN.

So like, what if a red spell were about tough and prickly emotions, like catharsis, regret, and homecoming? What if red card-drawing were flavored as the process of expunging a complicated knot of painful feelings that are now, finally, in the past, and about the dawning possibility that, together, we might just be able to labor through the lingering ache of those past tragedies – and maybe even dare to feel a wrenching surge of hope?


Cathartic Reunion art by Howard Lyon

Both mother and daughter, Pia and Chandra, thought the other had died long ago. They’ve been apart for years, living with that ache. But that’s in the past now.

Anyway I guess what I’m trying to say is YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELVES TUMBLR I love u bye

Potion brewing day.

2 nb mage nerds exchanging recipes and trying to figure out which ingredients are the same things with different names.