do you think there will be that one cave in da:inquisition where you’ll be like. this feels familiar.
and then it hits you: it’s that overused da2 cave
God I hope so. That one mansion, too. OR WHAT IF WE EXPLORE THE WORLD AND EVERY CITY IS VAST AND BEAUTIFUL AND EVERY MAP IS DIFFERENT AND EVERY HOUSE HAS ITS OWN LAYOUT BUT THEN AT ONE POINT WE GO TO KIRKWALL AND SUDDENLY EVERY BUILDING IS EXACTLY THE SAME AND YOU’RE LIKE OH GOD IT’S JUST
he remembers, but lets people believe that he doesn’t—fending for myself since i was five years old can mean a lot of things, after all, and he lets them take the easiest. the clean break of loss, absolute separation, memories dulled and faded to the point of near-extinction.
it didn’t happen that way. it would hurt less if it had.
your musketeers novel/series recaps are my favorite fucking thing to ever come out of this fandom and i can't thank you enough for making them. like i quote them to my friends and read them out loud to my roommate when i'm not trying not to get fired by bursting out laughing in the middle of the office. you can publish this if you want or keep it private, whichever! i just had to thank you for your fine work!!! uvu
omg omg thank u!!! *covers blush with hands* i can’t believe you read them out loud, that’s what i do with funny things and the fact that you’re doing that with MY THINGS???? blows my mind
this fandom is honestly the most warm and wonderful family, i love you all omg i haven’t even watched the full series yet and everyone is so welcoming
he’s all set to be a man of the cloth and he’s on his last visit to his fav brothel when some dude insults him and aramis is too much of a noob to respond; he just stands there tongue tied
ten minutes later he’s like DAMMIT I JUST THOUGHT OF THE BEST COMEBACK
so he puts off his vows, learns how to sword, and tracks down the guy
and it’s a year later so the guy’s like …who the what now? and aramis is all THE PRIEST IN THE BROTHEL WITH THE BOOK and then he kills him
then it gets around tht aramis killed a guy and he skulks around for a while AND THAT’S HOW HE MET ATHOS AND PORTHOS shunned by society after killing a guy
it’s less “aw” and more “..uh”
anyway as long as aramis can kill guys and fuck ladies he keeps putting off his vows i mean idk man but u sound like my cousin who says he’ll join his dad’s investment firm as soon as he quits his ultimate frisbee league
Dragon Age: Inquisition begins with the events at a peace conference between the warring mages and templars. An explosion wreaks havoc on the tentative plans, while causing the extinction of many members of the world’s ruling classes.
The Inquisitor emerges from the chaos, ostensibly being blasted from metaphysical realm the Fade. The game’s central character is given the power to fill the power vacuum, leading the Inquisition against invading demons, pouring through The Rift.
“There’s an interesting undertone here of people in the world believing that you have been sent as a leader by the maker of the universe,” explained creative director Mike Laidlaw, in an interview with Polygon. “As a player, I have the option of saying, ‘Oh yeah, I’m the chosen one’ or asking what the hell they are talking about. It’s up to the player.”
The leaders of the Inquisition are shown, as well as some suggestion of that organization’s relationship with the Fade, in a scene reminiscent of Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper. As the Inquisition seeks to restore order, they rely on factors like military might, a spy network and trade networks, all of which the player has at their disposal.
“I love that reboot of Battlestar Galactica… It was funny - I was on the plane coming here to Salt Lake, and I’m, like, marathoning BSG, and I get an e-mail, and it’s from Aaron Douglas, and he goes ‘are you two rows in front of me, watching my show?’”—Karl Urban fanboys Battlestar Galactica [x] (via steamedporkbun)