I would hate to insinuate that some advisors are more useful than others.
"Hush, just look pretty." - Leliana.
I'd say poor Cullen but I do this exact same thing, albeit with sending him to escort travelers through the Frostback Mountains. I never did trust his instincts or methods after the many ways he screwed up with protecting or even just greeting clan Lavellan.
Well... He has a pretty face <-<
I don't really have words for this other than I did exactly the same thing with Cullen.
I mostly use Cullen to avoid having to ask nobles for help.
What's that Josie? You want me to ask the help of a bunch poncy nobles to fix a giant bridge or send some supplies? Well screw that! Cullen and my own people can do it!
There's something refreshing about knowing that the Inquisition itself did most of the hard labor without external help.
ahahaha the accuracy hurts
Haha Cullen's face on the last panel!
I dunno, most of the time choices doesn't really matters (as always, right? xD). Except for 2 or 3 chain-operations like Lavellan clan or Wardens %) So its just for RP-ing and ending one-line about your great army (or great web of influence/ears in every hall)... I heard the BALANCED ending exist, wish I can achieve it %)
"The Commander is similar to the man with a hammer to whom every problem appears to be a nail." - Josephine Montilyet (paraphrased)
@zenat: LOL! This was an awesome comic, but I'd have to say I am the complete opposite. I asked Cullen to do everything, and I had Lelianna picking plants. Josie was my second, but I would legit wait hours and hours for Cullen to be done to ask him to do something else before asking Josie, and my gosh.. especially before asking Lelianna.
I'll admit to using Leliana and Josephine more but I did use him for quite a few things. Especially for that episode where the clan was in danger. I didn't know that would save them and was well happy. My choice of advisor usually depends on story or how much influence I want to aim for :X *dork*
Have you gotten that glitch where they sometimes take WAY more time to complete their task than what its suppose to take?
@TheGYouLoveToHate: I've had that! Turned off the xbox one for a few hours, came back expecting everything to be done...boom. 17 000 hours to go. Only seems to happen if the xbox isn't connected to the internet.
@ThisPersonHere: Yep. I manually change the date each time
@TheGYouLoveToHate: You know, I wasn't sure, but when @ThisPersonHere mentions 17 000 hours I can assure you I have not. Only the regular long hours of waiting, which I am pretty sure is Bioware's way of telling me to turn the game off and go do something else for a while.
Lucky. I've had 22 hours and 35-36 hours happen to me
Ooooh my god I do the same with him! But that is mainly at the end, when I have like 5-6 missions left and they're all suitable for Leliana or Josie. He's off gathering cloth or plants, most of the time.
But I found myself using Leliana the most. I mean, she usually offers to get the job done with just a few people, secretly, meaning that there will be a low rate of casualty if it bungs up.
Also Cullen sometimes did not want to play along. "No. This is ridiculous"