Champions and Heroes - Age of Dragons

Champions and Heroes - Age of Dragons

by zenat
In a land far away, or possibly in a dimension just next to us, lies the lands of Thedas. The world of Thedas is made up by endless possibilities - a man can be a mage, a rogue, a warrior, even a woman. From the Free Marches to Ferelden we find champions and heroes saving the world... poorly.


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All hail Bioware.
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Champions and Heroes - Age of Dragons

In a land far away, or possibly in a dimension just next to us, lies the lands of Thedas. The world of Thedas is made up by endless possibilities - a man can be a mage, a rogue, a warrior, even a woman. From the Free Marches to Ferelden we find champions and heroes saving the world... poorly.


Updates Mondays. Also available on tumblr http://championsandheroes.tumblr.com/
All hail Bioware.

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@Robert Archer: Nah, I meant literally "insert player name here"...I admit it was quite a weak joke.

Why did they give you an option for a first name anyway, for imersion or something ?
I must admit, I never remember my Shepard's name(s). It's more like - ah, my infiltrator Shepard who romanced Liara!... or something like that. I think for at least 10 minutes every time I start a new save for a cool name, and I forget it for the next 40ish hours...
Funny thing is, when in inquisition they included my name (in war table reports) I always got the wtf does it means, who are they adresing reaction. For some reason I got so huge dissonance when they didn't use my title. Maybe because no one speaks it. I hope game studios in the future will include in their games fixed version of Fallout 4 name-speaking mechanic.
Fucking love Loghain. I literally got as far as him agreeing to hire Zevran on my first playthrough, hit pause, and clicked over to ao3 for stories.
I beg to differ
@Sharp-Claw: I beg to differ I'd rather have had the insert player name show up even more with Cmdr on it shortened.

@zenat: The other way to look at it is that SOMEHOW NO ONE like EVER asked 'hey what's your first name? and now that you're dead why did I never think to look it up in your service record?'
But the immersion! You have to feel like you're the one travelling from planet to planet!
Well, it's at least a bit better than "insert player name here" Shepard.

ps. Of course Alenko's the dead one. XD
It's all true.

Baewall4lyfe
@Xerxes: yeah, shame on anyone who actually bothers to count the cost of a violent action. I sure hope you're as much of a coward in real life as you come across here, because God help any good cause you decided to "help" with your halfbrained ideas of what constitutes necessary action, you delusional dumbfuck.
When I got to that last panel I flinched in sympathy for Solas, Fen Heral or not, nobody deserves to step on broken glass like that.
It could be...
@Guesty Guestface: it could also be in the DAverse that glass is EASY to make! Magic yo!

Also yes that said Solas get some damn shoes i dont car bout your beliefs damnit god or not :P
I'm glad I'm not the only one who was upset by this!

I mean, considering the time period, glass can't be cheap to produce. You might want to tuck those bottles back into your pocket and refill them, Inky. At the very least check in with Josephine to see exactly how extravagant your glass budget is, so you can feel bad.
The inquisitor is lucky that it`s quite rainy in Orlais and Ferelden, else there would be a lot more forest fires. XD
@ihavenoideawhatiamdoing: Oh, yes, if it was all about hiding loading times, that would be great (which is why I'm kind of ok with the unskippable landing bits) but... like... that planet I want to scan genuinely has, at the best of times, a little deposit of something or other on it. It cannot possibly warrant an eternity of space travel.
And yes. More elevator dialogue would solve everything. Everything.
Programmer side of me says that slow motion cutscenes are a great way to fill the void between loading times (remember the elevator in the Citadel?)

Gamer side of me says f*&k that. At least fill us in with some entertaining dialogue! (remember the elevator in the Citadel?)

What I'm saying is that we need more elevators.
@Sharp-Claw: Indeed. One would think Blackwall might at least voice his opinion on their handiwork.

@screamingViking: We are so lucky that the Inquisitor discovered the darkspawn phobia for three uneven planks of wood. Saved the surface, truly.

@Norwegian: Well, the Warden prevented a Blight from touching more than one country, saving unknown numbers in the process. Considering the destruction that usually follows a Blight in its wake, that IS a huge deal.

@Kagami468: Indeed... it gets kind of embarrassing when you have that information going into DAI to be honest.
@Guest: I just wanted to scan those 50 planets... for that one quest... There is NOTHING of interest on the vast majority of the planets... somehow...

@Sharp-Claw: Cue joke about my haircolor here?

@Robert Archer: Ah, but you see, by the time it was time to land I was already dead of old age.
You also...
...forgot the part of the unskippable planet landings....ARGH seriously if anything deserved a skip option it was THOSE!!!!
You forgot the part where it slowly sucked out your soul while waiting.
It was especially torturous when it was the Nexus or one of the planets, where you just wanted to pop in to turn in a quest or two.