These Dragon Age character templates are old news, but I was really thrilled to see a bunch of people using them. And since the original source is gone, I wanted to re-link them for those arriving late to the DA world – or for anyone who may feel an overpowering need to rate their character’s personality according to my wondrous When Dealing With Stuff ™ System.
I know this isn’t the sort of thing I normally post on Hchom, but since what I “normally post” at the moment is best described as nothing, ever, I could probably stand to reevaluate my criteria. I even missed this year’s birthday list! Dark times.
So I’m going to try to loosen all my intricate anxiety knotwork, and return to the idea of “things I want and like, with no limits”. In fact, if you have requests, then please feel free to voice them. For example, I’d like to do an updated imaginary videogame design series, because I was never satisfied with the first run and I know I could do a better job of it. And just in general, I think I ought to post more all-purpose art and comic updates. I’m baffled as to why I never let myself do that.
Anyway. Can I tell you about my Dragon Age characters? Guys? I’m going to tell you about them!
Well, OK. As it so happens, these handy charts save me (and you) most of that trouble, but I can at least point out the two “world states” I have in play. The characters in the top row belong to my Nightmare World State (as I call it. It’s my favourite) and the bottom row collects my classic Canon World State. Should I attempt to explain world states, for people who don’t know about Dragon Age? They’re self-descriptive: they collect the characters you’ve built throughout the games; they flag and record the various decisions you’ve made, which will in turn will affect your options in future games.
Here’s a character who didn’t quite make the “canon” cut – probably because I find myself preferring the Mage and Warrior classes over Rogue, in DA:I (she’d be a shoe-in, otherwise. I mean look at her).
And here – I’d better link them at last – are the basic templates for anyone who might wish to use them. Alter as you please, of course!