That's pretty much my strategy.I am thinking of switching to novice mode just to get through the combat.
Yeah I feel the same way about Josie, and to an extent Leliana. If I wasn't romancing Cullen I wouldn't make the excuses to go and see him every time I go back to Skyhold, so I understand exactly why you feel the way you do.Cullen's cool don't get me wrong. He just suffers from what Josephine does for me, which is him being an adviser and not in the party. If he was, maybe I'd feel more connected as a friend. But I barely see him as it is now.
I started off playing on casual and now I'm finding hard mode easy so I think the combat may be more of a learning curve than anything else. I haven't felt the need to change any keys besides the jump, sprint and pause.I am thinking of switching to novice mode just to get through the combat.
Honestly? Not at all, no.So I finished the game. The story was irksome. The design choices on the armor made me roll my eyes. The characters felt bland to me aside from two. You guys know exactly who I am talking about.
Just get a ton of silverite and stuff everyone in a nice heavy armor.The design choices on the armor made me roll my eyes.
Meh. That wouldn't help. The bulky armor looking completely and historically wrong was the most annoying part. The robes seemed to continuous copy-paste design of earlier armor. Also the actual armor rating never seemed to matter. They either scaled the damage on Nightmare wrong or I don't know. The armor was just pointless to me. Looked hideous, served no purpose.Just get a ton of silverite and stuff everyone in a nice heavy armor.
Really mages should always wear templar armor looks so flashy.
I imagine the enemies saying: look four templars... WHAT that one threw a fireball...
Er... no, who? Cassandra and Solas?So I finished the game. The story was irksome. The design choices on the armor made me roll my eyes. The characters felt bland to me aside from two. You guys know exactly who I am talking about.
¬.¬ A stripper outfit would be better than the armor they have in the game. It'd be different than the same multi-reskinned robes that every mage wore, or every terrible fitted piece of plate armor for the warriors. Or the medium armor that isn't even medium armor even though you make it with leather.Er... no, who? Cassandra and Solas?
I don't get the cry for a ball gown. I mean, they did originally plan to give options for outfits but jeebus. That there would be outcry over a dress.... I obviously have much different priorities. I was glad we got lots of armor choices as mages instead of a ) Chantry sister or b ) stripper outfit, which were your only two choices in Origins.
LOL?¬.¬ A stripper outfit would be better than the armor they have in the game.
o.o And you are all fine to like it. I just... I have issues with that sort of stuff. My mother is a Historian and she has bullied this stuff into my head since I was growing up. And I get it. Game World; They're story; don't like: Get out. I just... blah. Lol. Nevermind.LOL?
Don't even know what to say to that. I'll just smile and nod, then drop the pretentious latin phrase "De gustibus non est disputandum", and go about my business. I like the trench coat stuff a lot myself. The canadian coats could have been better, lol, yea but it's just for one mission, and it highlights that you are a military presence there for business, not stupid snooty orlesian drivel.
Main thing that upsetted me the absolute most through the entire game was:
The extreme lack of femininity for your Inquisitor if you played as a female. I mean, hurrah, gender neutral; now every misandrist can stop sucking their own tit-milk to write something positive! But jesus. I wanted a fucking dress at the ball. I wanted my Inquisitor to be god damned gorgeous when I had her stab that lousy gash who wanted to kill my Empress. Just... FUCK. It was the one time I got excited and they ripped it away.
I laughed so hard when Bull complimented Cassandra on her choice of non-boobplate armor, not just that he made boobplate sound disgusting.Yeah I'd also like to add I loved the armour options. They look gorgeous while also removing the very stupid boobplates that plague most fantasy games
.Lol what? It's got nothing to do with feminism. Your Inquisitor wasn't there on a social call, she was there as the Inquisitor, hence she was dressed in Inquisition uniform. I've seen so many complaints about this and I don't understand why you didn't realise how inappropriate it would have been for your Inquisitor to have been there in a dress. She can hardly run around saving lives and killing assassins if she has to hold her dress out of the way so she can run... not to mention how annoying it would be to run in heels.
Bioware made the right call here, it would have been impractical to have the Inquisitor in a dress. But I'm sure someone will mod one in anyway, because fuck realism, amirite?