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22nd Apr '16 9:08:22 AM MadCat221
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[[WMG: If Calpernia survives, she will be recruited as s spymaster for Dorian's and Tilani's progressive Magisterium faction.]]
The Lucerni faction is probably rather vulnerable, as evidenced by Mae bringing heat down on her during the short War Table chain concerning her. To see that they aren't offed by more brutal methods by their political opponents, they could recruit Corypheus's old spymaster. Calpernia comes off as a bit of a MinionWithAnFInEvil, missing the whole memo about Corypheus being a magister from a period of time where slave abuse was so egregious that they were openly seen as blood magic reservoirs, and can be convinced to abandon him if she's the ascendant "nemesis" character. Dorian could take a (potential) page out of the Inquisitor's playbook (if they were the pragmatic recruit-the-captured-enemy type) and bring her over to take part in a truly progressive cause in the Imperium.
20th Apr '16 4:01:22 PM MadCat221
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In the fourth game, [[spoiler: Solas/Fen'Harel]] will instead occupy a role similar to the Architect in the plot: a third party wildcard element that you may or may not ally with, and may or may not be able to convince to work with you. The true antagonists will be the Evanuri, the elven god-like beings who were so drunk with power that they murdered the only one among them sane enough to clean up their excesses when they harmed others. The Veil must fall to enact Spoilery Character's plan to eliminate them, but what happens afterwards depends on how you handle Spoilery Character.

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In the fourth game, [[spoiler: Solas/Fen'Harel]] will instead occupy a role similar to the Architect in the plot: a third party wildcard element that you may or may not ally with, and may or may not be able to convince to work with you. The true antagonists will be the Evanuri, the elven god-like beings who were so drunk with power that they murdered the only one among them sane enough to clean up their excesses when they harmed others. The Veil must fall to enact Spoilery Character's plan to eliminate them, but what happens afterwards depends on how you handle Spoilery Character. Their relationship status (lover/friend/foe) and with the Inquisitor and fate of the Inquisition (Scaled down/"disbanded") will be two factors in how Spoilery Character regards the current world, much like how previous actions concerning the Quarians in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' were a factor in feasibility of Geth reconciliation in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3''.
20th Apr '16 3:55:01 PM MadCat221
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[[WMG:[[spoiler:Solas/Fen'Harel]] will not be the main antagonist in the fourth game.]]
In the fourth game, the above mentioned spoilery character will instead occupy a role similar to the Architect in the plot: a third party wildcard element that you may or may not ally with, and may or may not be able to convince to work with you. The true antagonists will be the Evanuri, the elven god-like beings who were so drunk with power that they murdered the only one among them sane enough to clean up their excesses when they harmed others. The Veil must fall to enact Spoilery Character's plan to eliminate them, but what happens afterwards depends on how you handle Spoilery Character.

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[[WMG:[[spoiler:Solas/Fen'Harel]] [[WMG: The fourth game's prime antagonist will not be the main antagonist in the fourth game.what Trespasser led us to believe.]]
In the fourth game, the above mentioned spoilery character [[spoiler: Solas/Fen'Harel]] will instead occupy a role similar to the Architect in the plot: a third party wildcard element that you may or may not ally with, and may or may not be able to convince to work with you. The true antagonists will be the Evanuri, the elven god-like beings who were so drunk with power that they murdered the only one among them sane enough to clean up their excesses when they harmed others. The Veil must fall to enact Spoilery Character's plan to eliminate them, but what happens afterwards depends on how you handle Spoilery Character.
20th Apr '16 3:52:55 PM MadCat221
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[[WMG:[[spoiler:Solas/Fen'Harel]] will not be the main antagonist in the fourth game.]]
In the fourth game, the above mentioned spoilery character will instead occupy a role similar to the Architect in the plot: a third party wildcard element that you may or may not ally with, and may or may not be able to convince to work with you. The true antagonists will be the Evanuri, the elven god-like beings who were so drunk with power that they murdered the only one among them sane enough to clean up their excesses when they harmed others. The Veil must fall to enact Spoilery Character's plan to eliminate them, but what happens afterwards depends on how you handle Spoilery Character.
16th Apr '16 3:58:24 PM MadCat221
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*** Likely jossed. Leliana was suspicious about Morrigan's presence during the [[spoiler: Halamshiral Ball in "Wicked Eyes and Wicked Hearts"]]
4th Apr '16 11:29:40 PM MadCat221
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** Jossed. Evangeline doesn't even show up in person, other than on a War Table mission and it's entirely possible to let her die if you make the wrong decision.
*** Not jossed. There is no wrong decision in that short War Table mission chain, there is only "not doing the war table mission in the first place". There are some potential ways that Rhys and Eva can extricate themselves from the predicament they're in without Inquisition intervention.

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** * Jossed. Evangeline doesn't even show up in person, other than on a War Table mission and it's entirely possible to let her die if you make the wrong decision.
*** ** Not jossed. There is no wrong decision in that short War Table mission chain, there is only "not doing the war table mission in the first place". There are some potential ways that Rhys and Eva can extricate themselves from the predicament they're in without Inquisition intervention.
4th Apr '16 11:29:21 PM MadCat221
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*** Not jossed. There is no wrong decision in that short War Table mission chain, there is only "not doing the war table mission in the first place". There are some potential ways that Rhys and Eva can extricate themselves from the predicament they're in without Inquisition intervention.
4th Apr '16 10:57:21 PM MadCat221
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*** [[spoiler:The war table op can't be "botched", merely not ever carried out. It is still possible that Rhys might extricate Evangeline from the Red Templars without Inquisition assistance.]]
4th Apr '16 7:25:43 PM MadCat221
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*This also has some support by the nature of how she rallies the Inquisition in its darkest hour: Song. Andraste was known to be a beautiful songstress; the ghost of her childhood friend in the Temple of Sacred Ashes attests to this. Giselle rallied the Inquisition with a rendition of "The Dawn Will Come", and it ''worked''.
31st Mar '16 11:04:22 AM MadCat221
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* This may look less likely, as it seems Sandal's ominous portent may have been referring to Solas's intent with the Veil.

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* This may look less likely, as it seems Sandal's ominous portent may have instead been referring to Solas's intent with the Veil.
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