One of the first things I noticed about Tallis was that she had the qunari tree worked into her armor. So I naturally assumed she worked with the qunari, and then apparently it was supposed to be a secret and... it was a bit confusing because... it's... it's right there... dead center of her design...
Did you think I didn't spend a significant portion of my time in Kirkwall hanging around the qunari compound? Or that the white on red markings on the Arishok's massive shoulder armor were easy to miss? Or was there miscommunication that led to the secret agent wearing the symbol of her organisation on her clothes?
I was more focused on not turning the game off because of Tallis's stupid goddamn Felicia Day face and voice.
I think as someone who was from Kirkwall Hawke would be able to tell the difference. Most other people have probably never seen anything Qunari related, let alone met one or its symbols.
@Acerbus: Well, I for one quite like Felicia Day. I do have multiple problems with the armor design but that's a different story.
@Griffen: Certainly, but... we ARE playing Hawke so, err... I am having a lot of questions in regard to the design choices here.
umm...i don't ever think i ran into her in the game...is she a dlc character?
haha I remember staring at it too at first going "....wait... is that not just a symbol for the qunari, then?"
@Draven22: Just so. Her's - "Mark of Assassin, if memory serves - was the most significant piece of DLC released for DA2, which I found quite easy to pass over for many people not actively interested in BioWare and their games, as soon after DA2's release the title was moved over to Origin, so that if you'd like to buy it now you'd have to do so trough BioWare's official site/store.
Not sure if I can post links here, however.
@Acerbus: I'm with you there.