@Amare: I object. Even my most renegade Shepard cannot compare to how I get when playing Crusader Kings 2. This is nothing. This is uh... merely... excitement. Not butchering infants in their craddles because they are in the way of inheritance, or assassinating an entire familytree because their one member dared to get caught killing one of my children.
I'm not surprised. xD
All our qunari belongs to her?
@zenat: That's... um. Wow.
FINALLY THERE WILL BE SOME QUINARI LOVING!! MWUAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAH!!!!
Makes me wonder how Qunari are viewed in the part of the world if one of them can become a leader of the Inquisition. Must be one that abandoned the Qun or something.
it's a shame that it is far too risky to get our hopes up too much for inquisition but on the bright side it will defiantly be better then DA2 XD
@Guest: Indeed...oh how true that statement is...
@Deonis: "Wow" Doesn't even begin to describe the experience of discussing and watching Zenat play Crusader Kings 2.
@Hevv: I am sure hoping there will be.
@Griffen: I've thought about that too. I guess we can't know for sure until the game is released :D.
@Aurelia Cetinn: We can sure hope it will be. I think the fact that they've taken extra time for it is a good indication. Fingers crossed!
@Amare: and even if it isn't there'll still be plenty of jokes to make XD
@Deonis and @Amare: Look, if you were spreading the Norse faith across Europe and fending off angry crusaders, you'd understand.
@Amare Its a similar to me and the elves. I haven't the nickname elf-fetishist for nothing by a guy from the bsn.
@Griffen: The inquisition seems to be a chantry institution, which seems to make being able to play as a non-human rather weird. I think it's a case of Bioware giving fans what they want even when it doesn't fit in that well with the story (I'm thinking Pureblood inquisitors in SWTOR).
Well, I can relate somewhat. I've had this unbreakable urge to play as a female kossith mage for a while now, so when this got confirmed I let a shriek that makes me glad there weren't people around. :D
As for Bioware adding other races to the Inquisition, that doesn't seem too weird to me. I had the (somewhat flimsy) idea how this can be done for a while now - the Chantry has been known to take in its care both orphans and children of mages, so it makes sense they'd have at least a few dwarves and kossith at their disposal. Though, apparently, Bioware decided that each playable race will have its own different minor background, so maybe my theory's out.
I feel famous <3 I'm glad you liked my question and thank you :3
And I know how you feel about Qunari - I'm sooo obssessed with Qunari right now it must be unhealthy XD
Don't worry about spoiling us, guys :3 I'm pretty sure some of these moments will be both exciting and not too news-breaking
eh. 's cool i guess
@Norgrath: I doubt that it won't make sense story wise. SWTOR was an MMO were you could overlook some of the races playing some classes. I'm sure if you're walking around as a Qunari in Inquisition, people will point this out.
Well, Qunari is the religion, kossith is the race, I guess? I mean, to be accurate and all. I would really love to see how they write that in.
Tallis was a Qunari too. But yes, potaeto,potahto-- please don't hate me *cringes*
'twas fun playing as a Chiss Inquisitor. He was such a hottie.
But the most inhabitans of Thedas can't see the difference between Qunari and Tal Vashoth, even Hawke made in MotA this mistake.
But if BW want to troll Zenat the Qunari-Inquisitor will be a elf/human and follower of the qun. :D
@Kie: True, but on the other hand no one in the world uses kossith to describe the race so it remains a bit fussy.
@Guest: That... that's just cruel. Why would you say that? Why D': (though I think about half of the fun would be the culture clash so I suppose...)
I hope Bioware meant kossith, in this case, versus the elf/human qunari :D
After my guest-comment seems to be lost (evil pc), here the same again in short:
Because its technically possible, but i dont think Bioware wants to annoy the Qunari-Fanbase.
Maybe it's a little bit cruel, but well; my Hawke made Sebastian cry, make Anders siding with the templar-order of Kirkwall, annoys Aveline while helping her(not necessarily in that order). Well he is some kind of antihero with a big piece of douchebag(or Douchawke, just as you prefer).
To you & Crusader Kings 2: If i would imaging it similar to a helicopter hijacking Deadpool, would i be near to the truth? Well except the missing helicopter and the weapons.
@TehLoki: I... wouldn't know. I know only very little about Deadpool. Superhero comics were never really my thing (though I watched the Batman and Robin tv series as a kid? Does that count?XD)
Well i guess it counts.
All you have to know about Deadpool in the scene with the helicopter: A lot of senseless violence, 'dumb' jokes and a orgy of destruction.
@zenat: It's ok. Crusader Kings 2 makes me a horrible dictator as well. XD
@zenat: About that, the difference between kossith and qunari, I watched an interview with someone in BW and they said that in the Dragon age of Thedas no one actually uses and knows the word "kossith" - it was from olden days. And by "qunari" they definately mean tall, bulky, hot horny people :D :D if it was the religion, it'd be more of a character origin, not a race.