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August 13th, 2013, 03:49
Game Informer continues their coverage of Dragon Age: Inquisition by showing us Morrigan.



Morrigan is one of the most mysterious characters to grace the Dragon Age universe. The seductive mage keeps everyone guessing about her true intentions, and knows more than she lets on. If the cheers following her appearance in Dragon Age: Inquisition’s E3 trailer are any indication, fans are glad to have her back. With so many questions lingering, including Morrigan’s whereabouts since performing the dark ritual to conceive a child, Inquisition is her chance to return to glory. Not only do we catch you on to speed on Morrigan, but we also sat down with BioWare to discuss the creation of one of the most-discussed Dragon Age characters and her role in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
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August 13th, 2013, 03:49
Somehow Morrigan looks quite… ugly in that screenshot.
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August 13th, 2013, 07:31
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Somehow Morrigan looks quite… ugly in that screenshot.
I thought she looked worse in the trailer. Frostbite 2 hasn't been good to morrigan.
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August 13th, 2013, 09:08
Can't wait to see what will happen if you didn't impregnate the witch. I bet in that case she found Sandal the dwarf to do the deed.
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Can't wait to see what will happen if you didn't impregnate the witch. I bet in that case she found Sandal the dwarf to do the deed.
Hehe. I did. Even though my Warden was gay, I wanted to be on the safe side when confronting an Elder Dragon God. (Plus, I wanted to see my child in future DA games.)

I am not sure if DA really should enable EVERY decision. Doesn't that mean a generic outcome? How can your decisions be meaningful if all possible decisions are taken into account in DA3? I'd say ok we make it canon that Sherpard… err I mean the Warden had a kid with Morrigan, period.
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August 13th, 2013, 15:36
Sandal ? That's the German word (an "e" is missing, though) for this thing : http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandale

Edit : Oops, I just found out that it is called that way in English language, too ???

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Can't wait to see what will happen if you didn't impregnate the witch. I bet in that case she found Sandal the dwarf to do the deed.
Yeah, the article pretty much acknowledges that this will be hand-waved. To be fair, it would be next-to-impossible to have the god-baby play a major role (which many players have been clamoring for since DAO) without establishing some degree of canonical storyline.
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Yeah, the article pretty much acknowledges that this will be hand-waved. To be fair, it would be next-to-impossible to have the god-baby play a major role (which many players have been clamoring for since DAO) without establishing some degree of canonical storyline.
Gaider most be tired of repeating this:

I'm not sure where the "but even if they refuse, the other Grey Wardens of the world may not have the same resolve…" comes from. Speculation on the part of the article writer, perhaps? Regardless, if the player refused the Dark Ritual then it was refused. There is no Old God Baby.
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August 13th, 2013, 21:05
so shes now a gothic hooker?



i wonder always what happend to this morrigan?

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so shes now a gothic hooker?
Nah… these are Gothic hookers.

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Sandal ? That's the German word (an "e" is missing, though) for this thing : http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandale

Edit : Oops, I just found out that it is called that way in English language, too ???
In Norwegian too
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August 13th, 2013, 22:40
I have to ask can any of guys ever be serious? Looking over comments lately and it seems the answer is no.

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August 13th, 2013, 22:58
I could write an analysis of Morrigan's inner conflict between her and her mum, her natural roots in the woods meeting the 'modern' cities…
or I'm joking with the others…

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I could write an analysis of Morrigan's inner conflict between her and her mum, her natural roots in the woods meeting the 'modern' cities…
or I'm joking with the others…
At least I'm entertained here. Can't deny that but please do write that summary while your at it.

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August 13th, 2013, 23:50
I don't think she looks ugly; just grim and resolved, making her a more serious and hardened figure.
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i wonder always what happend to this morrigan?
tragically, the only surviving remnant of Hoodie Morrigan was those godawful DAO mage hats.
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August 14th, 2013, 00:09
This is what happens when someone becomes a mother of a demon.
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August 14th, 2013, 05:31
I'm surprised they haven't switched to the new and improved anime barbie female character models yet. EA must have laid off all the 3D modellers.
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