I accidentally romanced Blackwall first (and now I have regrets about dumping him even if he was too... drama for my tastes) but when the little rocking gryphon appeared... I *slightly* panicked and ended the relationship. I am sure his reasoning behind it was very reasonable. Super reasonable reasoning. But this was all I saw.
I think Blackwall's penchant for whittling children's toys is an unconscious attempt for making up for... yeah that thing. So that's semi-reasonable reasoning.
So... I take it you want the fun and not the work? :p
I'm too tired to make a good comment I'll be back with witty things to say later
His making of the toy griffon has nothing to do with the Inquisitor, in fact. Romanced or no. XD But I can see why you took it that way. He is making it for the children in Skyhold.(Though you never really see any, I assume there are some families who joined together..)
And here we are now, observing the griffon........then wondering why it isn't a real griffon and then forgetting about poor ol' Blackwall
@Norgrath: That... makes a lot of sense actually.
@Deonis: Well... as long as he is in lumberjack mode I am so on board, but when he goes Dramawall on me I have difficulty taking him seriously XD
@Sopek: Well, later on there is Kieran... but I just can't see him riding the thing haha
@Bilal : At least he is trying to do something about the dreadful lack of griffons?
@zenat: A sad, difficult task that we can at least wholly appreciate his efforts in. If anything for that matter though....
@zenat My current Inquisitor would pay Kieran all his gold if Kieran rode that griffon infront of Morrigan.
Since the comic mentions the potential of the inquisitor having kids by Blackwall I'm wondering: can Kossith and humans have kids?
@Sopek: That would be a sight to behold indeed.
@Norgrath: That is a good question, and I fear I have no answer. I tried a quick google search and it seems the rest of the fandom are none the wiser.
Interesting, I never romanced Blackwall and it is first now that you mention it that I remember that it's possible. XD Guess he's the family-man of the romances based on that gryphon haha ;) We should be happy over the diversity
And so Thedas becomes another fantasy/science fiction game in which people are mysteriously born full grown, somehow. I mean, the first one had several children, the second, at least one or two? Am I remembering right? Yes, I know they'd take time and money to add, but please!
...Kieran is Morrigan's son. And sometimes has a old gods soul...my guess, he'd make that thing come alive and ride it. We know magic can do weird stuff, it wouldn't surprise me.
@zenat: Actually, its POSSIBLE to have cross breeds, they bring it up actually but its very unlikely as cross-spieces paring aren't exactly celebrated or anything like that. You mostly find the elven/human mix. But there exists some dwarven/human mix too, they are described ass being taller then most dwarves and I think we actually fight some in that dwarven outpost in the hinterlands.
@Anca: I know the sequels retconned a lot of stuff but I feel like the "The child of a human and an elf is a human" thing was actually pretty damn important.
I agree that is way too fast