dragon age makes me cry: a love story, told in parts » there can be no peace
I haven’t played the Legacy DLC, but it seems it confirms the Chantry’s mythology?
Not one to complain, I always liked the Canticle of Threnodies!
After 7:84 Storm: The Chantry and nationalist forces of Rivain, unable to convert its people back to the worship of the Maker, try a purge by the sword, slaughtering countless unarmed people and burying them in mass graves
Tell me again how the Chantry isn’t a corrupt institution.
You mean the Chantry actually is the shortsighted, militant face of an unforgiving religion that keeps the
powerpeace by employing brutal, violent tactics on civilians?
Yeah, Rivain and the Chantry and mages have a long, unfortunate history. Rivain is basically the battleground between the Qunari and the Chantry, and the Chantry by its own actions is very clearly the evil in the eyes of the populace.
Also the gif above is all kinds of awesome, lol. FUCK THE CHANTRY!
Been trying to use this gif again for a week now. :p
I am reblogging this entirely because it is informative.
Table flipping Anders most certainly did not influence me in anyway. Okay maybe he did. A little bit.
I will not stand by and watch you treat all mages like criminals, while those who would lead us bow to their templar jailers. The Circle has failed us, Orsino! Even you should be able to see that! The time has come to act. There can be no half-measures. There can be no turning back. There can be no peace. I removed the chance of compromise, because there is no compromise.
Boom baby. But there was no boom now that I think about it.