One of the things I love about the Dragon Age franchise is how richly complicated the characters are, and how all of them are deeply flawed. Like, yeah, there’s problematic stuff the characters do and say – but that’s kind of the point? There’s nuance! Characters who are overall GOOD PEOPLE still occasionally do or say ignorant shit, and they don’t become villains just because of it. And a lot of them grow over the course of a game or series. There’s a lot of moral ambiguity over means justifying ends, and where one groups’ rights end and another’s begin, and complex social systems and how to effect change usefully within them without toppling things into anarchy. I can see how it’d be incredibly frustrating if you went at it with a black & white moral viewpoint – no one is without sin* – but if you enjoy moral nuance and complicated characters who fuck up and aren’t perfect, this game series is fucking amazing.
* Except Lace Harding. Scout Harding is pint-sized perfection incarnate.
Honestly give me a world with wildly different dragon types. Give me small rainforest dragons that live in the canopies, hoping from branch to branch, eating large insects. Give me long legged dragons that run on the plains, that hunt in packs. Give me gigantic dragons that are more wing than body and spend most of their lives soaring through the stratosphere. Give me hulking giants that lurk around volcanoes, guarding their territory with earth rumbling growls and breaths. Give me mountain dragons that use the winds around the mountain to glide and fly, looking for prey.
Dragons are giant winged, fire-breathing reptiles. Widely regarded as terrifying yet awe-inspiring, they can be found all over the world and are frequently referred to in Asian and medieval European folklore. Able to fly and breathe fire through their nostrils, they are one of the most dangerous and hardest to conceal creatures in the wizarding world.