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    Tennae - Dalish Elf - Rogue

    Post by Maigrets on Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:26 pm

    This is Tennae.  She is a Dalish Elf and a Rogue who will specialize in poisons and both archery and dual weapons when necessary.  I need to think about that as I will have access to other Rogues in game, but don't necessarily need to use them.   She will be a thief and possibly stealthy becoming an Assassin.   Not sure there will be enough points overall to do all this, but it's early yet.  Plus, I can always respec.

    In one session, I played up until I got my dog which was several hours, and now I need a name for him before I play again.  He's white with the beginner's Kaddis, which is showing up properly now.

    Just a few initial shots.

    It's not easy being an Elf.  Humans persecute us at every step and now that I'm to be a Grey Warden, I have to tolerate them.   But, maybe not, we'll see.


    There's something around the next corner and I know it's going to be spiders....Yuck!


    I made the decision to kill three humans who came too close to our camp.   That didn't go down very well with The Keeper.
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    Post by Fessels on Wed Jan 28, 2015 3:04 am

    She looks really good, and using poisons is pretty great. I use poisons with Zhai as well. As for the keeper not being happy with you killing those 3 humans, I can Imagine he does not like it ... but he has no right to complain at all because he is worse. Smile
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    Post by Maigrets on Thu Jan 29, 2015 4:01 am

    Fessels wrote:She looks really good, and using poisons is pretty great. I use poisons with Zhai as well. As for the keeper not being happy with you killing those 3 humans, I can Imagine he does not like it ... but he has no right to complain at all because he is worse. Smile

    Thanks.   Smile   I have so many hair styles it took ages to decide on one.   The Keeper was female, I'm pretty sure, and I looked it up on the Wiki.  The Elf I was with at the time (in the screenshot) said the Keeper would not be happy and she was the first person that greeted me when I got back to camp after killing the humans.

    Anyway, we passed through Ostagar where the human King Cailan was betrayed by someone he trusted.  Cailan was a weak and naive leader, blinded by glory and would have led the people to disaster. That whole battle sequence and cut scenes is very emotional and so, so well done. Like a Star @ heaven

    The Darkspawn army arise to invade and destroy Ostagar


    King Cailan is killed by an abomination.   Weak or not, he didn't deserve this.


    We venture on toward Lothering.  On the bridge we are accosted by highwaymen trying to exact a toll and robbing refugees.  I had no patience with their actions so they had to die.   Had they not attacked first, I may have allowed them to run far, far away, but...such is life, so the speak.  They got their just rewards.


    It turns out Lothering is a miserable village full of refugees and conmen trying to exploit them.  We only stayed long enough to sort out some problems for a few of the people to my advantage.  I insist on being paid for my services whether it's to collect herbs or to kill bears and bandits.


    We arrive at the Chantry in Redcliffe Village where I agree to help out with mysterious attacks on the village at night.  Sten, a Qunari warrior who joined us at Lothering highly disapproves.  That's just too bad, he'll have to get used to my decisions if he wants to stay with us.   I suppose I'll have to butter him up later and soothe his hurt feelings with a gift of some kind.


    We arrive at our camp, weary and in need of rest.  My dog Polar is a Mabari, a War Dog, very intelligent and protective.  However, he needs to work on his manners.
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    Post by Fessels on Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:42 pm

    Ohww the white mabari does look great indeed, especially with the black Kaddis.

    As for King Cailan, well he was definitely very naive and deaf to the advice of his people, but despite that he seemed like a good man at heart to me.
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    Post by Maigrets on Thu Jan 29, 2015 2:46 pm

    Fessels wrote:Ohww the white mabari does look great indeed, especially with the black Kaddis.

    As for King Cailan, well he was definitely very naive and deaf to the advice of his people, but despite that he seemed like a good man at heart to me.

    True, but history proves that men of good heart usually don't win wars. They end up like Cailan, betrayed by their own people or even killed by them.

    By no means do I advocate war in real life, but the reality is leaders have to be strong and at least seen to be ruthless, because there's always someone waiting in the wings to take usurp them.
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    Post by Fessels on Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:08 pm

    Maigrets wrote:True, but history proves that men of good heart usually don't win wars.  They end up like Cailan, betrayed by their own people or even killed by them.    

    By no means do I advocate war in real life, but the reality is leaders have to be strong and at least seen to be ruthless, because there's always someone waiting in the wings to take usurp them.


    You are right, and again it is History that proves your point on that.
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    Post by Maigrets on Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:40 am

    Dealing with the Demonic forces in Redcliffe, we get new armour and visit Soldier's Peak.   All in a days work.



    Demonic Bear


    Redcliffe fight as evening approaches


    Entering the castle and being set upon by undead.


    Approaching Soldier's Peak


    Ash Wraith at Soldier's peak



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    Post by Fessels on Sun Feb 01, 2015 10:57 pm

    That particular type of bear looks really gross ... yet the spikes make it look a bit cooler. Soldiers Peak is short but it is kind of cool getting a bit of history lesson on the Grey Wardens in Ferelden.

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