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10th Feb '16 2:02:34 PM timemonkey
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[[WMG: Flemeth has been waiting for Fen'Harrel's return the entire time.]] They were apparently good friends in the past, Mythal's murder drove him to form the veil and seal away the other gods in a state of eternal torment. Unlike him however she's been roaming the mortal world the whole time, she knows how he's likely to react upon awakening so she's been biding her time, preserving what ancient magical forces she can, steering things along a course that will benefit them, she planned to pass them all along to him when the time came. This is also why Flemeth has been more understanding but indifferent to the status of modern day elves, she knows why they are the way they are but believes the situation to be temporary. She's even groomed Morrigan to take her place.
30th Jan '16 7:50:38 PM Griever222
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It was shown with Khorne choosing [[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Azariah Kyras]], a Chief Librarian, and later even elevating him even into an incredibly powerful Daemon Prince. If you believe Khaine is a form of Khorne, it would also mean Gaxkang also doubles as Khaine, especially since it's practically stated Gaxgang and the rest of the Forbidden Ones started out as elves.
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It was shown with Khorne choosing [[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Azariah Kyras]], a Chief Librarian, and later even elevating him even into an incredibly powerful Daemon Prince. If you believe Khaine is a form of Khorne, it would also mean Gaxkang also doubles as Khaine, especially since it's practically stated Gaxgang and the rest of the Forbidden Ones started out as elves. Gaxkang's sword, is called the ''Keening Blade'', which sounds quite similar to ''The Wailling Doom'', and ''Windowmaker'', names of Khaine's swords, or Knorne's sword, ''Woebringer''.
29th Jan '16 2:05:22 AM tsstevens
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[[WMG: Creator/LindseyStirling will be in the next game.]] * Why? Three reasons. First is they already did this with Creator/FeliciaDay and Stirling is clearly a fan. Second is her video quite likely helped sell quite a few copies of the game and this would be a nice way of BioWare saying thank you. Third there is an in game or in music video explanation as to why: The Inquisitor loses The Mark at the end of ''Trespasser.'' Who finds something similar? Stirling...imagine it, you are not the Savior of Thedas, she is, and your job is to protect her. Plus with Leliana well and truly out of said role by now Stirling would be a great Bard replacement.
17th Jan '16 11:22:56 AM Griever222
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* Mythal is Isha, both being connected to motherhood, and a TokenGoodTeammate among gods. What Flemeth became after merging with Mythal, resembles an Everqueen, especially that Guy Gaidner said to transfer her Mythal powers to Morrigan after her death at the end of ''Inquisition'', [[WordOfGod according to David Gaider]], very similarly how Everqueens were described to work.
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* Mythal is Isha, both being connected to motherhood, and a TokenGoodTeammate among gods. What Flemeth became after merging with Mythal, resembles an Everqueen, especially that Guy Gaidner said [[WordOfGod according to transfer David Gaider]], Flemth transfered her Mythal powers to Morrigan after her death at the end of ''Inquisition'', [[WordOfGod according to David Gaider]], very similarly how Everqueens were described to work.

* Imshael may be Tzeentch. Both are [[ManipulativeBastard skilled manipulators]], and like Tzeetch, Imshael was shown to like to often change his form. Imshael's focus on choice, is very similar to Tzeentch's focus on change.
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* Imshael may be Tzeentch. Both are [[ManipulativeBastard skilled manipulators]], and like Tzeetch, Tzeentch, Imshael was shown to like to often change his form. Imshael's focus on choice, is very similar to Tzeentch's focus on change.
17th Jan '16 10:33:42 AM Griever222
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* Mythal is Isha, both being connected to motherhood, and a TokenGoodTeammate among gods. What Flemeth became after merging with Mythal, resembles an Everqueen, especially that Guy Gaidner said to transfer her Mythal powers to Morrigan after her death at the end of ''Inquisitiion'', [[WordOfGod according to David Gaider]], very similarly how Everqueens were described to work.
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* Mythal is Isha, both being connected to motherhood, and a TokenGoodTeammate among gods. What Flemeth became after merging with Mythal, resembles an Everqueen, especially that Guy Gaidner said to transfer her Mythal powers to Morrigan after her death at the end of ''Inquisitiion'', ''Inquisition'', [[WordOfGod according to David Gaider]], very similarly how Everqueens were described to work.
17th Jan '16 9:29:52 AM Griever222
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[[WMG: The Evanuris are the [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Elven]]/[[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}} Eldar Gods]], the Forbidden Ones are the beginings of 4 Chaos Gods.]] It was theorized that the Eldar Gods could have started out as more corporeal, and mortal once, possibly Eldar heroes before ascending fully to the Warp. The 4 Forbidden Ones, and and many of the the Evanuris, share also an uncommon similarity to the Chaod Gods and the Elven/Eldar Pantheon. The Evanuris warring against and defeating the Titans, colossal entities made of living mineral/metal(Lyrium), parallels the Eldar Pantheon warring against defeating C'tan, who had bodies made from a living metal(Necrodermis).\\ Similarities between Evanuris and the TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Elven/Eldar Pantheon: * Elgar'nan, elven god of vengeance and the sun, corresponds to both Asuryan and Khaine. The vengence aspect, and overall personality of Elgar'nan resemble more Khaine's, but his connection to the sun and fatherhood, as well as being the pantheons leader, are more corresponding to Asuryan. As Khaine and Asuryan are viewed often as twin brothers, it's possible that overtime, Elgar'nan split into Asuryan and Khaine. * Mythal is Isha, both being connected to motherhood, and a TokenGoodTeammate among gods. What Flemeth became after merging with Mythal, resembles an Everqueen, especially that Guy Gaidner said to transfer her Mythal powers to Morrigan after her death at the end of ''Inquisitiion'', [[WordOfGod according to David Gaider]], very similarly how Everqueens were described to work. * June is Vaul, both being described as masters of crafts, and [[TheBlacksmith gods of blacksmitting]].\\ June also seemed not particularly vicious, there not being particular descriptions of cruelulity like of other of Evanuris, mirroring Vaul also being one of the nicer gods. * Fen'harel/Solas, parallels Cegorach/Loec The Laughing God, both beings the outsiders of their pantheon, and tricksters. Both Solas and The Laughing God, are also more kind than it can initially seem. Another possibility, is that Solas is some early, pre-human incarnation of the Emperor of Mankind, both sharing the [[NayTheist disdain at]] [[FlatEarthAtheist the concept of gods]], and having very good, selfless intentions, but [[WellIntentionedExtremist extreme methods of realizing them]]. * Dirthamen may be Morr, especially his probably older, elven version Sarriel. Both Sarriel/Morr and Dirthamen are gods of sleep and dreams, brothers to gods of death(Khaine for Sarriel, and Falon'Din for Dirthamen), and both are associated with Ravens. Alternatelly, Dirthamen may be a male version of Lilieath, the goddess of dreams, or possibly Morai-Heg, goddes of Prophecy. Another possibility is that Dirthamen, Sarriel/Morr, Morai-Heg and Lileath, are different forms or descriptions of the same being.\\ Yet another possibility, is that Dirthamen is Hoeth, as both are Gods of Knowledge. * If Dirthamen is Morr/Sarriel, then Falon'Din very probably is Khaine, with Khaine being the brother of Sarriel, and Falon'Din is the brother of Dirthamen. Both Khaine and Falon'din are gods of Death, and it was revealed Falon'Din was similarly vicious to Khaine, and like him, caused wars. Falon'Din had also a conflict with Mythal, similarity to Khaine having a conflict with Isha.\\ The 4 Forbidden Ones, possibly identical with the Forgotten Ones, have on the other hand similarities to the 4 Gods of Chaos: * Xebenkeck has similarities to Slaanesh, as Xebenkeck appears as a [[HornyDevils Desire Demon]],\\ And similarly has a confusion about gender, being presented as female, yet referred as a male, paralleling Slaanesh being a hermaphrodite. It's also notable that like in humans refer to Xebenkeck as a male, and elves as a female, just like Slaanesh is referred as a male among humans, and female among Eldar. * Gaxkang may Khorne, as both are the most directly martial of their groups, with Gaxkang appearing as an armored Revenant with a sword and shield. While Gaxkang has a mage form, and Khorne normally disdains sorcerers, it was explained that Khorne doesn't disdain magic/psyker abilities in general, but sorcery, which draws power from the Warp, ie anoutside source, while magic/psyker abilities may be completely internal, own abilities and energy of the psyker/mage, and a form of personal strength, not “borrowed”, like sorcery.\\ It was shown with Khorne choosing [[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Azariah Kyras]], a Chief Librarian, and later even elevating him even into an incredibly powerful Daemon Prince. If you believe Khaine is a form of Khorne, it would also mean Gaxkang also doubles as Khaine, especially since it's practically stated Gaxgang and the rest of the Forbidden Ones started out as elves. * Imshael may be Tzeentch. Both are [[ManipulativeBastard skilled manipulators]], and like Tzeetch, Imshael was shown to like to often change his form. Imshael's focus on choice, is very similar to Tzeentch's focus on change. * There is little known about The Formless One, but seeing the previous tendency, and that out the 4 only they two are left, he/she may be Nurgle * Also, if Geldauran of the Forgotten Ones isn't one of the 4 Forbidden Ones above, Geldauran, seeing his hate of the very concept of godhood, may be Necoho or Malal.
31st Dec '15 4:39:12 AM Koveras
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*** Confirmed; they were bluffing. Only a few subtle ones made it in, though.
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*** Confirmed; they were bluffing. Only a few subtle ones made it in, though.though, such as when the Inquisition is invited to Redcliffe by Fiona but discover that no one expected them upon arrival because [[spoiler:Gereon Alexius manipulated the timeline so that Fiona never went to Val Royeaux]].
13th Nov '15 10:07:53 PM tsstevens
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[[WMG: The Inquisitor is a descendant of [[Series/MassEffect Commander Shepard.]]
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[[WMG: The Inquisitor is a descendant of [[Series/MassEffect Commander Shepard.Shepard]].]]

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[[WMG: Leliana's eyes and ears really are everywhere.]] In the first game she can be called out for watching over you while you sleep, and demonstrates a kind of obsession over you into the third game. This obsession extends to to The Inquisitor Inquisition where she would protect it at any cost to the point she would kidnap children to scare off rivals. Now, something you might see and hear quite a bit are ravens. What does she keep at Haven and Skyhold? What does she send and receive in messages? Ravens. Leliana is keeping an eye on you out there whether it's helping Cole or closing a descendant of [[Series/MassEffect Commander Shepard.]]Fade rift.
8th Nov '15 3:43:44 AM tsstevens
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[[WMG: The Inquisitor is a descendant of [[Series/MassEffect Commander Shepard.]] * BadAss? Check. ChronicHeroSyndrome? Check. Leads a RagtagBunchOfMisfits to save the world? Check. MagneticHero? Check. The default Femquisitor even resembles Jane.
7th Nov '15 4:54:31 PM magic713
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** Jossed. [[spoiler:In the DLC ''Trespasser'', assuming Cole is your friend and you did his personal quest, Cole will either return to the Fade, if he is Spirit; Or he will be in a romantic relationship with Maryden Halewell, if he is made Human.]]
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