Originally posted by MorkethThe game is called Dragon Age... Why is there not more interaction with the woman who could turn into a dragon? I was a bit disappointed and was hoping she would have more of a storyline in the game!
You mean Flemeth? She had a role in DA: Origins, and knowing Flemeth, kinda grateful we only deal with her for that short role. Who knows, she may have more impact in the third Dragon Age game... which is undoubtedly being planned.
I was not very happy with how the game ended, I felt there should have been more to it. After killing the Knight Captain, boom.. its over..?
Considering what Meredith had become, what were you expecting? I admit, I did feel a bit cheated after the end, but the epilogue with Varric and the Seeker filled in some of the questions... until new DLC/etc is released as well as the probably DAIII.
What happens to the town?
Dunno... one would assume it was rebuilt after the Mage/Templar battle.
Am I their new leader since everyone above me is now dead?
No, I don't think so. Leliana and the Seeker mentioned about how the Champion has vanished just like the Warden... in short, they did what Revan and the Exile did at the end of their respective games (Knights of the Old Republic/Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords).
I killed all of Merril's elf village off and she didn't act sad at all afterwards and they just dropped that part of the story..?
I think the fate of Merrill's clan is determined upon your actions, as in one playthrough I ended up killing all the elves but in my recent playthrough, I wasn't forced to kill them after finishing off Merrill's quest. So mainly I think, dialogue/alignment options may play a part in that.
Whatever happened to the blight, I never killed them off? They are just running around terrorizing the place while I kill off blood mages?
The Blight was defeated at the end of Dragon Age: Origins by the Warden (the Player character) and his/her group.
Whatever happened to the King of Ferelden, he came to me and talked to me real quick and then he fell off the grid.. I thought I was going to be able to go back to Ferelden and whoop some blight @@@?
Like I said above, the Blight was defeated by the Warden in Dragon Age: Origins, and the events of Dragon Age II span about 10 years or so... so by the time you meet Alistair the Blight has been over for a few years.
I just have a lot of questions at the end and felt there should have been more, I did have a blast though but when the game ended I was like uhhhhhh, what about all this other stuff that was going on?
There is more than likely more DLC coming for DAII, which may hopefully answer more questions, the inevitable DAIII (whenever that is released) as well as some of the events you've mentioned have already been sorted out in the first game.
Then, while fighting FOR the mages, seems like all the mages wanted to turn into frickin monsters while I was trying to help them, like wtf, now I have to kill you... So stupid.
With Mages, comes the temptation to use their power for evil purposes... The demons of the Fade are always there to lure and tempt Mages into a deal, which may ultimately end up with the demon possessing the Mage and turning them into a Abomination (a physical avatar for the demon in the material world).
What pissed me off the most was Osiron or whatever the first enchanters name was when he was like "she wants blood magic, then shell get it" Then I have to kill him too? Like dude, I was helping you out and now I have to kill you, you're an idiot! Now I wish I would have helped the templar in my quest instead of the mages cause all of the mages turn out to be blood mages lol
Orsino was at his wit's end imo... and probably felt that the only way to stop Meredith and the Templars was to embrace what Meredith was charging the Mages with: Blood Magic. Not all Mages became Blood Mages though... Bethany doesn't, nor does Hawke (if they're a Mage). Even the Mages of the Circle in Fereldan, after the mission there, First Enchanter Irving wasn't a Blood Mage as well as others weren't either.
But then in the end, I find out the knight captain is all evil because of her sword so I was like okay, no matter what path I would have chosen, the whole frickin city is infested with demons so I had to do a genocide of everyone except me and my friends...
The sword Meredith wielded was the transformed form of the Lyrium Idol, Hawke and co. find during the Underground Expedition at the end of Act 1. The power of the Idol corrupted Meredith, like it did with Bartrand. Not all of Kirkwall was destroyed, just severely damaged due to the fighting with the Qunari and then between the Mages and Templars. Even when the Seeker, Leliana and the Chantry's forces could be seen in the epilogue, the city was still standing... and as Varric had been dragged in front of the Seeker, it's obvious that there are still people living in Kirkwall. Probably won't find out more, until (like above) more DLC or DAIII.
wish they made a few changes to all that
BioWare makes trilogies, so whatever questions are left unanswered, hopefully may be answered in the third installment/DLC.