Coming across a character who not only has your name, but resembles you to boot is kind of hilarious. The fact that I had completely lost control over Leliana and she promptly murdered my game-self was... uh... troubling (revenge for that one time when we disagreed over those ashes maybe?)
It was that awkward moment when you realize you need to murder your spymaster before she turns on you, because she CLEARLY doesn't respect your authority anymore. How do you even go about plotting that without her finding out and striking first?
Don't worry, she can't get you behind the fourth wall... probably.
Maybe it's an omen? *que ominous music and thunder.*
Nah, you'll be fine. Probably. Mostly. In some way that does not involve being dead.
If you loot your own corpse, would it be repossession, grave robbing, or retrieving something from the afterlife's Lost and Found?
The proper answer, of course, is Tuesday.
@zenat: its like playing crusader kings
@Norgrath: ..... probably...
@4mation: I am going to go with the Lost and Found option. It seems the most acceptable... sort of.
@TheGYouLoveToHate: But in CK2 I can eliminate my untrustworthy spymaster... with a bit of luck. It was easier when I had the assassination button though :(
See, this is why I question the sanity of people who think she makes the most idealistic and perfect Divine. Val Royeaux will be a waiting line to get your throat cut while Morrigan shakes her head disapprovingly off to the side.
@ScreamingViking: I imagine Leliana as Divine Victoria having a mentality of "Save the world or burn it to the ground."
@Norgrath: The my game bugged and I couldn't support anyone but Vivienne despite having been blatantly pro-Cassandra the entire time, and FOR SOME REASON despite my objections Leliana became the new Divine. And yes, that whole "save the world or burn it to the ground" seems about right. Or at least "let the elves and dwarves convert willingly or burn them to the ground." Let's just say I am quite horrified by the outcome.
Actualy if you manage to get different outcome of this mission, she's not that bad. After all before the Divine (and the Warden) screwed her up, she'd been a good person and an ideal candidate for new Divine. I think people just want to see her as she was in DAO, just slightly less naive. (I know I do. I think it's the accent and the red hair) :-)
@zenat: I had to kill a bard named "William" (you could probably have guessed that that's my name without me telling you) in the Neverwinter Nights 2 campaign Storm of Zehir just recently.
It felt kind of weird. Glad I didn't get a good look at his face; if he'd resembled me that would have been REALLY weird.
@Pepsik: I still think she's about as good as Cassandra, just riskier.
My Qunari Inquisitor's name was
Sigrid, and then I met that possesed Avvar mage Sigrid Gulsdotter (or similar. It's.... Scandinavian, isn't it?) and I was all "Stop stealing my name, NPC!". But yeah, your story is wayyy more disturbing.
My Inquisitor had an twin of his own in the main game: Imshael. My first thought was: Damn, the game is messing with my brain D:
@Billie: Yep, not a name someone my age is likely to have but I think it is making a comeback among small children. DA has quite a few Scandinavian names popping up... and being mispronounced... Storvacker means Bigbeautiful and made me giggle every time.
@TehLoki: Haha, isn't Imshael from the novels or something?
Exactly, like Briala, Celene and Cole.
And since Imshael is a Desire Demon it makes my Inquisitor a quite narcissitic douchebag, i guess.