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Cullen Takes Matters Into His Own Hands In New Profile

After appearing in both Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, Cullen is returning to make an appearance in the upcoming Inquisition.

Cullen has devoted half of his life to the Templar Order, proving his worth to the Inquisition thanks to his show of leadership and integrity in previous calamities, like the mage-templar conflict that tore Kirkwall apart. In his profile on the Dragon Age: Inquisition website, it reads, "Cullen is through waiting for others to act, and he's determined that the Inquisition will make a difference for the people of Thedas."

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  • He won't be getting much attention from me. I never liked his whiney attitude nor his views on mages.
  • O wow REALY Cullen he's wack I should have had the choice to kill him in Dragon age origins .

  • Why is it that I never remember these characters? Lol, looks like I'm going to have to go back and play DA: 2 again just to get familiar with everyone.
  • He and I share many ideologies. I hope we can be buddies. didn't really care that much for him in DAO, but he really grown on me in DA2, but the chance to get to know him better was never there.

  • Can't wait to learn more about him

  • We'll bang ok?
  • Is it me or is this game turning into a veritable who's who of inconsequential nobodies from the other games?
  • I cant imagine a more boring choice. Seriously. I cant. There is no one more generic or boring in the entire series then Cullen. The nameless elf dock worker in DA2 is a more interesting and less boring character then Cullen.
  • So anybody can join the Inquisition now? I would like to join too since my hand skill is legendary.
  • I cant even remember who he is and I must have played dao and da2 over 20 times each I must have not liked him or I would remember who he was owell he isn't important! I wanna see what happened to morigan and the child I knocked her up with ha
  • I have never understood why people like Cullen so much. I didn't dislike him, but I would never have put him on a list of characters I wanted to see as party members.
  • Buncha haters. haha I thought Cullen was awesome, it'll be interesting to see what he does next.
  • Why is it that they can't give the female love interests a non-mannish face but they make Cullen look like a typical pretty boy for the fangirls (apparently Cullen was quite a following, no idea why)?
  • I don't even remember this guy.

  • I don't remember him... but whatever, can't wait for this game to come out.

  • If I don't remember him then he's not worth remembering.

  • It's nice to see Cullen again. He actually survived the horrible events of both DA:O and DA2, and I'm pretty sure he's going to survive this one. Nice addition to the team.

  • Who the heck?

    Clearly not much of an impression maker.

  • I KNEW he'd be in here! Cullen's had such a fan-following ever since he blushed, stammered, and fled from his crush in Kinloch Hold; I would have been completely shocked if he wasn't in Inquisition. But a party member was something we've wanted since DA2. Biggest question of all, however: is he romanceable, and how would he feel about sharing a tent with a Mage? Boy has to have some issues, but he seems to have mostly recovered in DA2. Would he be up for falling for a spellcaster again? Can't wait to find out!
  • I really don't understand why he has such a huge following. He's in DAO for like 1 minute and had a minor part in DA2. What is the deal? Am I missing something?
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