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* RealLifeRelative: Morrigan's son, Kieran, is voiced by Odin Black, Creator/ClaudiaBlack's son. They should probably both be complimented for the AwesomeMcCoolname.

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* RealLifeRelative: Morrigan's son, Kieran, is voiced by Odin Black, Creator/ClaudiaBlack's son. They should probably both be complimented for the AwesomeMcCoolname.



* TroubledProduction: The production of ''Inquisition'' was quit hectic for Bioware. Coming off the cold reception of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', the team felt unsure of themselves and often second-guessed their decisions. Thus, many important decisions were't finalized until late in the development cycle, causing the final months of development to be a difficult crunch period. The game also faced severe technical challenges; in addition to developing the game for five different platforms, Bioware also had to use EA's internal Frostbite engine, which was made primarily for {{First Person Shooter}}s without considerations for other genres like {{Role Playing Game}}s in mind, leading to a lot of technical struggles throughout development.

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* TroubledProduction: The production of ''Inquisition'' was quit quite hectic for Bioware. Bioware and began the trend of their games having hellish development cycles that would carry on into ''Mass Effect Andromeda'' and ''Anthem.'' Coming off the cold reception of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', the team felt unsure of themselves and often second-guessed their decisions. Thus, many important decisions were't finalized until late in the development cycle, causing the final months of development to be a difficult crunch period. The game also faced severe technical challenges; in addition to developing the game for five different platforms, Bioware also had to use EA's internal Frostbite engine, which was made primarily for {{First Person Shooter}}s without considerations for other genres like {{Role Playing Game}}s in mind, leading to a lot of technical struggles throughout development.development thanks to Bioware essentially having to teach the engine how to do anything not related to combat. Speaking to Kotaku about ''Anthem's'' development, a Bioware employee was reported to have lamented that the game did well, since it gave Bioware's higher ups the idea that the "Bioware magic" could save a game in the final months before release.

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* TroubledProduction: The production of ''Inquisition'' was quit hectic for Bioware. Coming off the cold reception of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', the team felt unsure of themselves and often second-guessed their decisions. Thus, many important decisions were't finalized until late in the development cycle, causing the final months of development to be a difficult crunch period. The game also faced severe technical challenges; in addition to developing the game for five different platforms, Bioware also had to use EA's internal Frostbite engine, which was made primarily for {{First Person Shooter}}s without considerations for other genres like {{Role Playing Game}}s in mind, leading to a lot of technical struggles throughout development.


*** Similarly there are data mined audio files which indicate that Solas was also intended as a bisexual romance.

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*** Similarly there are data mined audio files which indicate that Solas was also intended as a bisexual romance. The writer avoids this explicit because they want to avoid him falling into the DepravedBisexual trope.


** At [[http://mattrhodesart.tumblr.com/post/105363559951/da-i-divine-heretic-another-one-of-those one]] point in development, it was discussed what would happen if the Inquisitor got enough influence to name him/herself Divine. On its own it was considered a bit farfetched, but it got even more insane when talks of letting a ''male Qunari''[[note]]In the Southern Chantry, only women are allowed to be appointed Divine, and Qunari are more or less the sworn nemeses of Thedas and the Tevinter Imperium.[[/note]] Inquisitor declare himself Divine, at which point, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game- and lore-breaking act of heresy."

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** At [[http://mattrhodesart.tumblr.com/post/105363559951/da-i-divine-heretic-another-one-of-those one]] point in development, it was discussed what would happen if the Inquisitor got enough influence to name him/herself Divine. On its own it was considered a bit farfetched, far-fetched; but then it got even more insane when talks of letting was pointed out that a ''male Qunari''[[note]]In Qunari'' Inquisitor could declare himself Divine. After that, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game- and lore-breaking act of heresy."[[note]]In the Southern Chantry, only women are allowed to be appointed Divine, and Qunari are more or less the sworn nemeses of Thedas and the Tevinter Imperium.[[/note]] Inquisitor declare himself Divine, at which point, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game- and lore-breaking act of heresy."[[/note]]


* [[BannedInChina Banned In India]]: [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2014/11/obscenity-laws-prevent-indian-release-of-dragon-age-inquisition Obscenity Laws]] prevent release of Inquisition in India.

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* [[BannedInChina Banned In India]]: [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2014/11/obscenity-laws-prevent-indian-release-of-dragon-age-inquisition Obscenity Laws]] prevent the release of Inquisition ''Inquisition'' in India.



** Cassandra mentions in conversation with the Inquisitor that s/he was actually their ''second'' choice to lead the Inquisition behind Hawke. This is rooted to Development in which ''Inquisition'' was originally planned to be an expansion of ''Dragon Age II'', with Hawke still as the lead.
*** If the Hero of Ferelden is alive, Hawke is the second choice, and the Inquisitor the third.

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** Cassandra mentions in conversation with the Inquisitor that s/he was actually their ''second'' choice she had hoped to recruit Hawke to lead the Inquisition behind Hawke. Inquisition. This is rooted to Development in which ''Inquisition'' was originally planned to be an expansion of ''Dragon Age II'', with Hawke still as the lead.
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lead.[[note]](If the Hero of Ferelden is alive, Hawke is was the second choice, and the Inquisitor the third.choice.)[[/note]]



** "Scribe Girl", "Scribbles," or "Queen of Antiva" for Josephine, the last member of the Inquisition whose name was revealed. The developers eventually started using "Scribbles" themselves in lieu of actually revealing the character's name to the public.
** "Dramatic Hands Mustache Guy" (or DHMG for short) was the name used before Dorian was named. He caught the attention of fans after he appeared in a piece of concept art striking a jazz-hands like pose.

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** "Scribe Girl", "Scribbles," or "Queen of Antiva" for Josephine, the last member of the Inquisition whose name was revealed. The developers eventually started using "Scribbles" themselves in lieu of actually revealing the character's name to the public.
public, and later gave the nickname to Shaper Valta in ''The Descent''.
** "Dramatic Hands Mustache Guy" (or DHMG for short) was the name used before Dorian was named. He caught the attention of fans after he appeared in a piece of concept art striking a jazz-hands like jazz hands-like pose.



** The theorized eighth Old God is commonly called Draconis. Fans figured the constellation that revealed the possibility is as good a name as any until they learn more.

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** The theorized eighth Old God is commonly called Draconis. Fans figured reason that the constellation that which revealed the possibility is as good a name as any until they learn more.



* NamesTheSame: A super obscure one. There's a war table operation called "Grand Cleric Iona," in which the Inquisition must choose the means by which a very outspoken Chantry sister will be made to stop slandering them. Iona is also the name of Lady Landra's handmaiden, an OptionalSexualEncounter for the Human Noble Warden during their origin story, in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins''.



** The name Evangeline also appears in two places. Evangeline, as those who read ''Asunder'' know, is a female Templar who befriended Cole and can be rescued via a war table operation. A couple of codex entries about Orlesian royal history mention Princess Evangeline, the daughter of Emperor Florian, who died as an infant during the Hundred Days' Cough (thereby clearing the way for her younger cousin Celene to take the throne later).
* PlayingAgainstType: Jon Curry as the Inquisitor, having him use a BadassBaritone can be a surprise to those are familiar with some of his work, especially compared to Zevran.

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** The name Evangeline also appears in two places. Evangeline, as those who read ''Asunder'' know, is a female Templar who befriended Cole Cole; she doesn't show up in the game in person, but she and Rhys can be rescued via a war table operation. A couple of codex entries about Orlesian royal history mention Princess Evangeline, the daughter of Emperor Florian, who died as an infant during the Hundred Days' Cough (thereby clearing the way for her younger cousin Celene to take the throne later).
* PlayingAgainstType: Jon Curry as the Inquisitor, having him use using a BadassBaritone BadassBaritone, can be a surprise to those are familiar with some of his other work, especially ''especially'' compared to Zevran.



*** Similarly there are data mined audio files that indicate that Solas was also intended as a bisexual romance.
** At [[http://mattrhodesart.tumblr.com/post/105363559951/da-i-divine-heretic-another-one-of-those one]] point in development, it was discussed what would happen if the Inquisitor got enough influence to name him/herself Divine. On its own it was considered a bit far-fetched, but it got even more insane when talks of letting a ''male Qunari''[[note]]In the Southern Chantry, only women are allowed to be appointed Divine. And Qunari are more or less the sworn nemeses of Thedas and the Tevinter Imperium.[[/note]] Inquisitor declare himself Divine, at which point, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game- and lore-breaking act of heresy."

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*** Similarly there are data mined audio files that which indicate that Solas was also intended as a bisexual romance.
** At [[http://mattrhodesart.tumblr.com/post/105363559951/da-i-divine-heretic-another-one-of-those one]] point in development, it was discussed what would happen if the Inquisitor got enough influence to name him/herself Divine. On its own it was considered a bit far-fetched, farfetched, but it got even more insane when talks of letting a ''male Qunari''[[note]]In the Southern Chantry, only women are allowed to be appointed Divine. And Divine, and Qunari are more or less the sworn nemeses of Thedas and the Tevinter Imperium.[[/note]] Inquisitor declare himself Divine, at which point, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game- and lore-breaking act of heresy."



** [[https://youtu.be/PZquoV9Wm4E?t=2m22s Unused dialogue]] seems to imply it was possible at one time to spar with Cassandra and that your companions would have their own horses to ride when you mounted up (instead of simply disappearing as they do now.) Even more unused dialogue implies it was possible to allow Cole to [[spoiler:kill the Templar that killed the real Cole]]

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** [[https://youtu.be/PZquoV9Wm4E?t=2m22s Unused dialogue]] seems to imply it was possible at one time to spar with Cassandra and that your companions would have their own horses to ride when you mounted up (instead of simply disappearing as they do now.) now). Even more unused dialogue implies it was possible to allow Cole to [[spoiler:kill the Templar that killed the real Cole]]


* {{Defictionalization}}: [[https://www.amazon.com/dp/1506704042/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_txcqAbAYGEA6F Well shit,]] Varric's writer Mary Kirby is actually releasing ''Hard in Hightown'' as a book. (It can be read on the wiki in a series of codex entries in the meantime.)

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* {{Defictionalization}}: [[https://www.amazon.com/dp/1506704042/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_txcqAbAYGEA6F Well shit,]] Varric's writer Mary Kirby is actually releasing has released ''Hard in Hightown'' as a book. (It It contains all the codex entries (which can be read on the wiki wiki) plus a few expanded scenes and a lot of illustrations. And, just like in a series of codex entries in the meantime.)Thedas, it was an immediate best-seller.



** Although in ''Trespasser'' [[spoiler: a romanced Solas explicitly states why he refused to get physical.]]

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** Although However, in ''Trespasser'' ''Trespasser,'' [[spoiler: a romanced Solas explicitly states why he refused to get physical.]]


* NamesTheSame: The game has two Templars named Mattrin. One is in Haven, where he keeps trying to persuade his friend Lysette to leave the Inquisition; the other is found dead in the Hinterlands, and is carrying the phylactery belonging to Enchanter Ellendra.

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* NamesTheSame: OneSteveLimit: The game has two Templars named Mattrin. One is in Haven, where he keeps trying to persuade his friend Lysette to leave the Inquisition; the other is found dead in the Hinterlands, and is carrying the phylactery belonging to Enchanter Ellendra.

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* QueerCharacterQueerActor: Much like her character Josephine, Allegra Clark is openly bisexual.


* PromotedFanboy: Josephine's voice actress, Allegra Clark, has been a fan of the series since 2009 and has cosplayed as Isabela.

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* PromotedFanboy: Josephine's voice actress, Allegra Clark, Creator/AllegraClark, has been a fan of the series since 2009 and has cosplayed as Isabela.


** The name Evangeline also appears in two places. Evangeline, as those who read ''The Calling'' know, is a female Templar who befriended Cole and can be rescued via a war table operation. A couple of codex entries about Orlesian royal history mention Princess Evangeline, the daughter of Emperor Florian, who died as an infant during the Hundred Days' Cough (thereby clearing the way for her younger cousin Celene to take the throne later).

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** The name Evangeline also appears in two places. Evangeline, as those who read ''The Calling'' ''Asunder'' know, is a female Templar who befriended Cole and can be rescued via a war table operation. A couple of codex entries about Orlesian royal history mention Princess Evangeline, the daughter of Emperor Florian, who died as an infant during the Hundred Days' Cough (thereby clearing the way for her younger cousin Celene to take the throne later).


*** "Twinquisitor", for the demonic EvilKnockoff of the Inquisitor featured in the "Enemy of Thedas" trailer. [[spoiler: In-game, it's when an Envy Demon takes the form of the Inquisitor]]

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*** "Twinquisitor", for the demonic EvilKnockoff of the Inquisitor featured in the "Enemy of Thedas" trailer. [[spoiler: In-game, it's when an Envy Demon takes the form of the Inquisitor]]Inquisitor.]]



* TeasingCreator: Despite knowing how much an EnsembleDarkhorse Cullen is, the writers and creative director neither confirmed nor denied him being a companion and seemingly avoided talking about him.

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* TeasingCreator: Despite (or maybe because of) knowing how much an EnsembleDarkhorse Cullen is, the writers and creative director neither confirmed nor denied him being a companion and seemingly avoided talking about him.



** Originally, the Inquisitor would have been able to besiege fortresses in an event similar to the attack on Adamant Fortress. This would have involved gathering your army and defeating whoever held it. Once done, you would have the option of making the fort work for you as either a military outpost, a economic/diplomatic base, or a intelligence gathering base. These bases would have made some manner of impact on the players resources, and been set up as major moments in the game. This feature was almost completely scrapped, replaced instead by the much smaller sieges of Caer Bronach, Griffon Wing Keep, and Suledin Keep (all of which are liberated from enemy forces). Oddly enough, this mechanic was seemingly removed extremely late, as the footage remains in trailers leading up until the last few months, implying it to be a last minute removal.

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** Originally, the Inquisitor would have been able to besiege fortresses in an event similar to the attack on Adamant Fortress. This would have involved gathering your army and defeating whoever held it. Once done, you would have the option of making the fort work for you as either a military outpost, a economic/diplomatic base, or a intelligence gathering base. These bases would have made some manner of impact on the players player's resources, and been set up as major moments in the game. This feature was almost completely scrapped, replaced instead by the much smaller sieges of Caer Bronach, Griffon Wing Keep, and Suledin Keep (all of which are liberated from enemy forces). Oddly enough, this mechanic was seemingly removed extremely late, as the footage remains in trailers leading up until the last few months, implying it to be a last minute removal.


** During ''The Descent'' DLC, the devices needed to open doors to get special loot can only be opened by old metallic dwarven gears lost for millennia. Of course, one of your NPC companions for that quest is voiced by [[Franchise/MetalGear David Hayter]]. "Metal gear?"

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** During ''The Descent'' DLC, the devices needed to open doors to get special loot can only be opened by old metallic dwarven gears lost for millennia. Of course, one of your NPC companions for that quest is voiced by [[Franchise/MetalGear David Hayter]]. "Metal gear?"Creator/DavidHayter. "[[Franchise/MetalGear Metal gear?]]"



** Blackwall was a fountain of fan nicknames given that he went unnamed for so long; "Feathers," "Beardy," "Ser [[BaraGenre Bara]]," "Beard Warden," "Hot Daddy Grey Warden," and "Ser Beefcakes", to name but a few.

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** Blackwall was a fountain of fan nicknames given that he went unnamed for so long; "Feathers," "Beardy," "Ser [[BaraGenre Bara]]," "Beard Warden," "Hot Daddy Grey Warden," and "Ser Beefcakes", Beefcakes," to name but a few.



** The name Evangeline also appears in two places. Evangeline, as those who read ''The Calling'' know, is a female Templar who befriended Cole and can be rescued via a war table operation. A couple of codex entries about Orlesian royal history mention Princess Evangeline, the daughter of Emperor Florian, who died as an infant during the Hundred Days' Cough (thereby clearing the way for her younger cousin Celene to take the throne later).



* UrbanLegendOfZelda: For a while both before and after the game's release, there were rumors that playing with a world state in which Varric kept the red lyrium idol would have dire consequences, ranging from Varric going insane and needing to be killed, to Varric being possessed by a demon and becoming a TokenEvilTeammate. This was quickly proven to be false, however: Varric has it sealed in a [[TailorMadePrison purpose-built-vault]], and any examiners and experimenters have to follow a very strict regimen to avoid red lyrium madness.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen

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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: For a while both before and after the game's release, there were rumors that playing with a world state in which Varric kept the red lyrium idol would have dire consequences, ranging from Varric going insane and needing to be killed, to Varric being possessed by a demon and becoming a TokenEvilTeammate. This was quickly proven to be false, however: however; Varric has it sealed in a [[TailorMadePrison purpose-built-vault]], and any examiners and experimenters have to follow a very strict regimen to avoid red lyrium madness.
* WhatCouldHaveBeenWhatCouldHaveBeen:



** At [[http://mattrhodesart.tumblr.com/post/105363559951/da-i-divine-heretic-another-one-of-those one]] point in development, it was discussed what would happen if the Inquisitor got enough influence to name him/herself Divine. On its own it was considered a bit far-fetched, but it got even more insane when talks of letting a ''male Qunari''[[note]]In the Southern Chantry, only women are allowed to be appointed Divine. And Qunari are more or less the sworn nemeses of Thedas and the Tevinter Imperium.[[/note]] Inquisitor declare himself Divine, at which point, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game and lore breaking act of heresy."

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** At [[http://mattrhodesart.tumblr.com/post/105363559951/da-i-divine-heretic-another-one-of-those one]] point in development, it was discussed what would happen if the Inquisitor got enough influence to name him/herself Divine. On its own it was considered a bit far-fetched, but it got even more insane when talks of letting a ''male Qunari''[[note]]In the Southern Chantry, only women are allowed to be appointed Divine. And Qunari are more or less the sworn nemeses of Thedas and the Tevinter Imperium.[[/note]] Inquisitor declare himself Divine, at which point, the team backed away from the idea when they considered how badly such an action would be a "game "game- and lore breaking lore-breaking act of heresy."



** Originally, the Inquisitor would have been able to besiege fortresses in an event similar to the attack on Adamant Fortress. This would of involved gathering your army and defeating whoever held it. Once done, you would have the option of making the fort work for you as either a military outpost, a economic/diplomatic base, or a intelligence gathering base. These bases would of made some manner of impact on the players resources, and been set up as major moments in the game. This feature was almost completely scrapped, and instead in a few of the zones, you can capture very small bases to use. Oddly enough, this mechanic was seemingly removed extremely late, as the footage remains in trailers leading up until the least few months, implying it to be a last minute removal.

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** Originally, the Inquisitor would have been able to besiege fortresses in an event similar to the attack on Adamant Fortress. This would of have involved gathering your army and defeating whoever held it. Once done, you would have the option of making the fort work for you as either a military outpost, a economic/diplomatic base, or a intelligence gathering base. These bases would of have made some manner of impact on the players resources, and been set up as major moments in the game. This feature was almost completely scrapped, and replaced instead in a few of by the zones, you can capture very small bases to use. much smaller sieges of Caer Bronach, Griffon Wing Keep, and Suledin Keep (all of which are liberated from enemy forces). Oddly enough, this mechanic was seemingly removed extremely late, as the footage remains in trailers leading up until the least last few months, implying it to be a last minute removal.



*** Vivienne was also originally going to be an adviser. When she was changed to a companion, she was almost cut from the game entirely.

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*** Vivienne was also originally going to be an adviser.advisor. When she was changed to a companion, she was almost cut from the game entirely.


** Although in ''Trespasser'' [[spoiler: a romanced Solas explicitly states why he refused to get physical.]]



** The developers seriously considered making Viddasala and her followers rogues so as [[spoiler:to not have to kill a Qun-loyal Iron Bull]], but decided against it because it "lacked teeth".

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** The developers seriously considered making Viddasala and her followers rogues so as [[spoiler:to not have to kill a Qun-loyal Iron Bull]], but decided against it because it "lacked teeth". [[http://dragonage.wikia.com/wiki/Codex_entry:_Letters_and_Replies A note]] from the Qunari ''claiming'' that they are is still in the game, but it's little more than an EasterEgg.

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* NamesTheSame: The game has two Templars named Mattrin. One is in Haven, where he keeps trying to persuade his friend Lysette to leave the Inquisition; the other is found dead in the Hinterlands, and is carrying the phylactery belonging to Enchanter Ellendra.


** During The Descent DLC the devices needed to open doors to get special loot can only be opened by old metallic dwarven gears lost for millennia. Of course one of your NPC companions for that quest is voiced by David Hayter.

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** During The Descent DLC ''The Descent'' DLC, the devices needed to open doors to get special loot can only be opened by old metallic dwarven gears lost for millennia. Of course course, one of your NPC companions for that quest is voiced by [[Franchise/MetalGear David Hayter.Hayter]]. "Metal gear?"



* {{Defictionalization}}: [[https://www.amazon.com/dp/1506704042/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_txcqAbAYGEA6F Well shit,]] Varric's writer Mary Kirby is actually writing Hard in Hightown.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: [[https://www.amazon.com/dp/1506704042/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_txcqAbAYGEA6F Well shit,]] Varric's writer Mary Kirby is actually writing Hard releasing ''Hard in Hightown.Hightown'' as a book. (It can be read on the wiki in a series of codex entries in the meantime.)



** Blackwall was a fountain of fan nicknames given that he went unnamed for so long; "Feathers", "Beardy", "Ser [[BaraGenre Bara]]", "Beard Warden", "Hot Daddy Grey Warden" and "Ser Beefcakes", to name but a few.

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** Blackwall was a fountain of fan nicknames given that he went unnamed for so long; "Feathers", "Beardy", "Feathers," "Beardy," "Ser [[BaraGenre Bara]]", Bara]]," "Beard Warden", Warden," "Hot Daddy Grey Warden" Warden," and "Ser Beefcakes", to name but a few.



* FandomNod: A large portion of the ''Dragon Age'' fanbase is freaked out by the giant spiders. [[spoiler:When the party is sent into the Fade, they face the embodiments of people's fears. Both [[PlayerCharacter the Inquisitor]] and [[PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo Hawke]] see them as spiders. Players that go out of their way will find one called "[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Ironically, Spiders]]".]]

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* FandomNod: A large portion of the ''Dragon Age'' fanbase is freaked out by the giant spiders. [[spoiler:When the party is sent into the Fade, they face the embodiments embodiment of people's fears. Both [[PlayerCharacter the Inquisitor]] and [[PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo Hawke]] see them as spiders. Players that go out of their way will find one called "[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Ironically, Spiders]]".]]Spiders]]."]]



** The original intention for the "Champions of the Just" quest apparently involved the envy demon tricking the Inquisitor into believing they had already won and trying to find out more about them to take their place, including a moment where it took Leliana's form and attempted to seduce them, an option that could be accepted with consequences. However, it was pointed out that this in some ways could be taken as rape of Leliana, which led to the entire idea being scrapped.

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** The original intention for the "Champions of the Just" quest apparently involved the envy demon tricking the Inquisitor into believing they had already won and trying to find out more about them to take their place, including place; this included a moment where it took Leliana's form and attempted to seduce them, an option that could be accepted with consequences. However, it was pointed out that this in some ways could be taken as rape of Leliana, which led to the entire idea being scrapped.



** Originally, the Inquisitor would of been able to besiege fortresses in an event similar to the attack on Adamant Fortress. This would of involved gathering your army and defeating whoever held it. Once done, you would have the option of making the fort work for you as either a military outpost, a economic/diplomatic base, or a intelligence gathering base. These bases would of made some manner of impact on the players resources, and been set up as major moments in the game. This feature was almost completely scrapped, and instead in a few of the zones, you can capture very small bases to use. Oddly enough, this mechanic was seemingly removed extremely late, as the footage remains in trailers leading up until the least few months, implying it to be a last minute removal.

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** Originally, the Inquisitor would of have been able to besiege fortresses in an event similar to the attack on Adamant Fortress. This would of involved gathering your army and defeating whoever held it. Once done, you would have the option of making the fort work for you as either a military outpost, a economic/diplomatic base, or a intelligence gathering base. These bases would of made some manner of impact on the players resources, and been set up as major moments in the game. This feature was almost completely scrapped, and instead in a few of the zones, you can capture very small bases to use. Oddly enough, this mechanic was seemingly removed extremely late, as the footage remains in trailers leading up until the least few months, implying it to be a last minute removal.

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