But within a couple of days, I switched gears, because something possessed me to pick up my long-stalled Mahariel run of DA:O. Poor Loral had been stuck in Orzammar for a very long time, maybe even years, and I decided it was time to get rolling on him again. He beat the archdemon yesterday, and now he's back, reluctantly taking charge of Amaranthine (although not as reluctantly as I might have thought). I'll be really interested to see how he does in attempting to relate to human nobility. His experiences with the Blight mellowed him on humanity somewhat, but some prejudices remain.
I want to write up Kendra Trevelyan's experiences in more detail at some point -- she was a true believer who never faltered in her conviction that she was the chosen of Andraste, doing her work on the mortal plane. But I need to think more about what it all means. Probably I shouldn't have jumped quite so quickly into Nazlin Adaar's story, but I've been eager to play a Qunari for so long now that I couldn't really wait. More thoughts on all of these characters and their universes to come.
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