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Guys, I thought I’d have a hard time trying to come up with a name for my Dalish Elf inquisitor, but then I found out the Dragon Age wiki has a section for the Elvish vocabulary. Check it out.

There’s also a page about Qunlat the Qunari Language for people who want Qunari names (or just want to know what qunari words mean).

Guys, I thought I’d have a hard time trying to come up with a name for my Dalish Elf inquisitor, but then I found out the Dragon Age wiki has a section for the Elvish vocabulary. Check it out.

I don’t understand how the TWDG fandom can hate Jane as much as it does. I mean come on, just look at her.

She’s beautiful.

Aimed my iPod at my TV and took some low-quality photos of my Shepards. 

From top to bottom, Jane Shepard (Earthborn/War Hero), John Shepard (Spacer/War Hero), and Chuck Shepard (Earthborn/Sole Survivor).

All I can do is…promise you I won’t abandon you again.

(Source: poussayy, via murelay)

Immediately after the unveiling of the Dragon Age Keep, Members of the Bioware team sat down with four hand-picked youtubers, LadyInsanity, AbilityDrain, Gamermd83 and ScottishWarrior to handle feedback and provide bits of information on future plans. Info from this video, or, if you prefer a shortened, text version:

  • The art in the keep is now colored. (0:16)
  • The keep has cutscenes that explains decisions made within it. (0:46)
  • Brian Bloom/Varric will be narrating all those cutscenes. (1:04)
  • When sharing your world with another person, “the first thing they see” will be the movie/cutscenes comprised of the decisions made for your world state. (1:49)
  • "[The Keep] doesn’t cover all decisions, of course, but covers the main beats of Origins and DA2." (2:30)
  • The keep cutscenes are written by the same writers on the Inquisition team. (2:42)
  • You can pause the cutscene in order to change your decisions (to help defend Redcliffe, or leave the town to fend for itself, for example). (2:51)
  • "It all links through [EA] origin" Whether on a PC or console, in order to upload your world save, you’ll need to be connected your EA origin account." (3:07)
  • The cutscenes are being created by gskinner, the same studio that helped Bioware on cinematics for the Mass Effect series. (6:02) 
  • The cutscenes are constructed with HTML5, so you’ll be able to watch your keep cutscenes/movies on mobile devices (7:03)
  • You can upload your versions of the Warden and Hawke into the Keep! (9:52)
  • All of your Wardens/Hawkes should show up on the Origin cloud synch/Dragon Age Keep. (12:20)
  • Informational pop-ups can appear in the form of question marks regarding decisions within the keep. They’re there for you to press in order to refresh your memory and provide context.(15:45)
  • If you’re a “keeper” (a member of the Keep’s closed beta), this is the version of the keep you’ll be working on after PAX, though the play button for cutscenes is seeing technical issues, so you may not get to use it until later. (16:38)
  • More features to be added to the keep eventually. (22:32)
  • A section potentially called “World Lore” could be added to the keep in order to handle non-game iterations of the DA universe (novels, comics, ect). (24:16)
  • Bioware is aiming to release The Keep about a month before Inquisition comes out (so maybe sometime in October). (26:43)
  • When DAI is released, the site for The Keep will be refreshed in order to show DAI content. (26:57)