Greetings! My name is Riss. I made this tumblr to put all my Dragon Age-related graphics, fanfiction, and reblogs. If you have any questions or comments I'd be happy to hear them! Askbox is always open.

Tag List:

-- Dragon Age: Origins

-- Dragon Age 2

-- Dragon Age: Inquisition

-- My Fanfiction (See also: Uprising)

-- My Graphics/Photosets

-- Elliahn Surana

-- Samira Aeducan

-- Riali Mahariel

-- Daniel Hawke

-- Dragon Age Fan Cast

All characters are tagged by name as well.

Side art by Matt Rhodes
Jul
Leliana: The morning after I recieved my vision, I saw a single beautiful rose miraculously blooming on a dead, thorny bush, proving that the Maker truly is watching over us.
Alistair: so hey warden I picked this rose for you back in Lothering
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momochanners:

DA:I - Gameplay Features: Combat

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stars-collected:

Well, I learned a new word.

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Jul

fuckyeahbioware:

azhuresunsoar:

info from the Dragon Age Keep twitter

Here’s the link to go apply for the beta!

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What if they ever did something for Dragon Age live like they did for Last of Us? I’m not sure I’d be able to handle my excitement. 

Like imagine Claudia Black walking around on stage as Morrigan. How incredibly awesome would that be.

Or Gideon Emery fidgeting and hunching around as Fenris with that fucking voice of his.

OR KATE MULGREW IN FULL FLEMETH REGALIA. 

But on the other hand, some of it would be hilarious. 

Like seeing Sebastian’s “Elthina, no, Maker, no!” live. 

And also Jon Curry trying to be Zevran. 

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Jul

misspiggy385:

DISCUSSING INQUISITION AND BEYOND WITH DRAGON AGE’S CREATIVE DIRECTOR by Alex Donaldson , 28 July, 2014

Mike Laidlaw has a damn cool job, but also a rather unenviable task. After working on a selection of Bioware’s offerings prior to Dragon Age, he’s since been placed into the role of creative director - not just for Inquisition, but for the whole franchise. That’s a lot of pressure - especially after fans had a rather vocal response to the more mainstream friendly and arguably good-but-flawed Dragon Age II.

We caught up with Laidlaw as he and his team begin to ramp into final tweaks and launch plans for the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition, and quizzed him about the direction of this latest addition to the series, the longer-term future for the franchise, and even what he thinks of developments in the rest of the world of RPGs. Enjoy.

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This is an interesting and cool interview. Mostly talking about the mechanics and hows of things, but really encouraging for Inquisition and the future, I think. He does mention that he told the team to put at least one cave in every area that no one tells you is there, that nothing points to, and says the team took that and ran with it. That sounds so awesome, that in the same vein as Skyrim, they’re putting unique things in for you to discover, but you have to explore and interact to find them. That makes me so excited. 

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xfreischutz:

I mean I do have Alistair in the party but the screaming that accompanies most battles….sounds pretty feminine…

if it’s not leliana please tell me and put my soul at rest {or well if it is her please tell me too because that’s hilarious}

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Jul

if baby nugs aren’t called nuggets then why are we even here

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foxghost:

*squints at suspiciously*
I don’t think this was made for fingers

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