I wanna sperg about DA. So come talk about your Wardens/Hawkes/Quizzies. Your romances. Game choices. All that stuff. Who your favorite companions, villains, teeny tiny side characters are. What you named your dog. A preemptive spoiler alert for all the games. I guess I'll start with my canon playthrough. Which there are two versions of. One normal, and Dual-verse, which my bffsie and I made by sloshing our two playthroughs into the same verse. But here are my characters: Warden: Mercy Amell Class: Mage Specialization: Spirit Healer/Arcane Warrior Romance: Zevran Personality: Quiet, Dutiful, Serious, Compassionate, Zevran brings out her more easy going side, and when her walls are lowered, she's clever, easily exasperated (mostly by Zev), and sort of painfully tender and sincere. Hawke: Mara Hawke Class: Mage Specialization: Spirit Healer/Force Mage Romance: Anders (Rivaled) Personality (Purple): Her personality is molded a lot by being the younger of twins, with her sister Pyrena also being a purple Hawke. But she is sharp, sarcastic, and often bitter in her humor. Anders brings out the worst of this, and the two antagonize each other constantly (Mara being very pro-circle, at least until around act 3 where that gets tarnished a lot, and Anders being radically for mage freedom). As time goes on and things keep getting worse and worse, Mara's humor becomes nearly an impenetrable wall to hide how much of a mess she is. When she's faced with Anders after the Chantry incident, she for once lets go of her bitterness and resentment starts to use the energy that went into all her envy and resentment in trying to help people (Anders, the mages of Kirkwall) get to a better place. It's still a work in progress. Inquisitor: Renwyn Lavellan Class: Mage Specialization: Necromancer Romance: Cullen Personality: Ren starts off as pretty lonely and reserved. She's hella autistic so lived her life in pretty much a state of being constantly overwhelmed. Luckily for her, that means that she was quite well prepared for the sheer amount of overwhelming things that happened to her that made her and Lysander Trevelyan Lady and Lord Inquisitor. She's blunt and oblivious, and while she's not good at reading people, as the Inquisition becomes her family, she becomes very good at playing with people's expectations of her for humorous effect. She's clever and silly and really really terrible at cards.