- This quest always boggled me. As if Kirkwall didn’t have enough problems, now it seems like we’re systematically hunting down all the remaining reasonable mages and templars left, and killing them.
- There’s not even any option to talk to them first. As soon as you clap eyes on them, it’s all “Kill Pussycat! Kill!”
- Grace, you rat-bastard.
- Trask needed to use his magic-sucking powers a little quicker there.
- Thanks for showing up after the party’s over, Cullen.
- I feel as though, if you reinstate Samson, a lot of subsequent events should go differently.
- Little too late to be sorry now, Orsino.
- “There’s this fantastic thing called ‘moving on.’ You should try it sometime.”
- Isabela has no interest in indulging Anders.
- Ok. Time for “Mark of the Assassin.”
- You know, I have nothing against Felicia Day, but I always think these in-game representatives of real people come off weird.
- Almost as if you’re playing something someone made for someone else as a gift.
- Ok Anders. You are the last one to talk about someone only offering help with a catch.
- I don’t know why it is, that I inevitably find the crucial part of a quest long before I find the guy who’s supposed to give me the quest.
- This DLC really is pretty. I wish the main game had been as attractive.
- There is approximately 100% more poop-related quests in DA2 as DAO.