I promised there would be mask-palming.
So I just finished going through Dragon Age II on my laptop, which means I'm now all set for Dragon Age: Inquisition when it comes out. My laptop story is a modified "default canon." In case you don't know, in DA:I, if you don't import a save file, the world will "default" to a Dalish Elf Warrior who died to the Archdemon and a Mage Hawke who sided with the mages. My Dalish Elf Warrior ended up surviving and doing all the DLC stuff. My DA2 file followed the "default canon" that BioWare is providing. So I'll have a good world to just jump on in if I want to.
Though now it's time to start up my own full world, changing things up, and following my own path... though I'm planning a Elf Mage Warden and a Warrior Hawke for that line, so it's more like reversing roles. Quite literally, since my Dalish Elf was a Shield Warrior and my Hawke was a Spirit Healer, and I'm planning the next set to take those roles as well, hehehe.
What? No rogues, you ask? No, that's my Xbox 360 file line, a Dwarf Noble Rogue and a Rogue Hawke. Didn't want to copy that one.
@BattleStarX: So how is Dragon Age II? Is the fact that it ended up getting rushed out the door incredibly obvious? Or does it have a fan patch to restore cut content like KOTOR II did?
Kimmal, I think Meta wants you to leave.
@Jarkes: DA2 was no where near the level of rushed that KotOR 2 was. The biggest complaint was the repeated use of the same area (which is a stupid complaint really, since you're just working around ONE city,) and how dumb-downed combat was made compared to DA:O. Though it was also made much faster, which is my main issue with DA:O combat. Very slow.
It's a very enjoyable game, though, if you remember the fact that it's a separate, if connected, story from DA:O, which is why DA:I is called Inquisition, rather than DA3. Plus you get paired with some excellent companions, both conversation wise and how simply badass they are. Varric the Dwarf in particular is the best bull-crapper this side of... anywhere.
Still, if you haven't played it, and enjoy the Dragon Age universe, I recommend it, it's still a good game.
I don't know what to say exactly...
SAY IT COME ON SAY IT!
Oh for the love of little green tomatoes!
@Falcon_Lunch!: YEA! SAY IT BEFORE YOU GET FALCON PUNCHED! (unintentional pun)
...little green tomatoes.