The lights are on
Dragon Age III rumors are swirling across the Internet, but it won't be the next Dragon Age story BioWare tells. This Wednesday marks the release of Dragon Age: Those Who Speak, a new Dark Horse comic book series penned by David Gaider, the head writer of Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. Dark Horse lists this story as "canon."
Dark Horse's product listing reads: "In this essential story from the lead writer of BioWare’s Dragon Age
games, a king travels to an empire of evil mages to uncover the fate of
his lost father! Accompanied by the pirate captain Isabela and the
underworld merchant Varric, King Alistair will stop at nothing to learn
the truth—even if it means battling an army of cultists single-handed!"
I'm liking the look if this series' art more than the previous Dragon Age comics. Check out the preview for a taste of it.
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They misspelled Jade Empire, and the person on the cover looks nothing like Sagacious Zu.
Three of my favorite characters, might grab it.
The plot sounds awesome.
Ahhhh... I wanted a new game... :(
Hmmm...I didn't think Dragon Age would ever have a full canon story. There were too many variables in how you could play Origins. But, ah well - I chose to make Alistair king on my main playthrough, so it works out for me. And, considering how they always had Alistair in the Awakening advertisements (insinuating that he was canon), I don't find too much issue with it.
Anyhow, this gives me an excuse to dust off my other Dragon Age books and finally finish them. Alistair, Isabela, AND Varric...? Awesome trio.
That doesn't look like him very much at all
More Varric = amazing, best I really want him in DA3, as he was the actual good humor the series needed, that and issabella
Isabela: Well the biggest one ive ever seen was this long
Varric: Well mine is much bigger and much wider.
Anders: What are you two talking about
Isabella : Knives of course