Grey Warden. Spartan. Champion of Kirkwall. Deep-Space Engineer. Slytherin. Firebender.
The easily offended need not apply.
I didn’t know what to do with this, so I put it against some random background and voila whoop whoop
ffff hitch that leg up a little higher
like around my waist
or over my shoulder
DRAGON AGE: THOSE WHO SPEAK #2 (of 3)
David Gaider (W), Alexander Freed (W), Chad Hardin (A), Michael Atiyeh (C), and Anthony Palumbo (Cover)
On sale Sept 26
FC, 32 pages
Kidnapped by cultists and held in separate cells, King Alistair and his allies wait to learn what their captors want from them. First to face questioning is the pirate Isabela, in a deadly battle of wits that reveals many tragedies from her past! With Isabela near her breaking point, Alistair’s quest to find his father seems lost!
• Story by David Gaider, lead writer of Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II!
• An essential addition to the Dragon Age canon!
• Dragon Age II sold over two million copies in its first two months!
Maker, this endgame conversation between Isabela and Hawke (as friends) chokes me up every damn time. ♥
Hawke: Shouldn’t you be halfway to Tevinter by now?
Isabela: Maker’s breath. Take off with a priceless relic once and you never hear the end of it!
Isabela: Your life would have been easier if you had just cut me out of it.
Isabela: But you stood by me. You defied the Qunari and fought their Arishok for me, even after I betrayed you.
Hawke: You came back to help me. Defending you from the Arishok was the least I could do.
Isabela: And don’t think I’m not grateful for that.
Isabela: I know I don’t exactly inspire confidence, but I swear I’m going to come through for you this time.
Isabela: When you look for me, I’ll be fighting at your side.
I LOVE THIS
Oh this is lovely. Too bad that the artist had me wearing pants. In such a situation, I can guarantee you that the pants would come off extremely quickly, for all parties involved.
Merrill: I like singing! Were you in a choir together?
Isabela: Not exactly, Kitten…
Isabela: The fact is you and I have nothing in common anymore. You’re a champion and I’m just a lying, thieving snake.
Hawke: Whatever you think you are, I still care about you. It must have been hard to give up the relic and I appreciate it. Whatever comes, you have my support.
Just got done with a Band Tour (started at 5:45AM…) and am now in class… I am kinda (not kinda, am, ahaha) reading The Silent Grove before I get critiqued (at which point I will have to stop… ;_;), and uh, uh,