>"I am sorry I pretended to be kidnapped and then told the guards you kidnapped me. But you will still help me be Queen, right? Also don't kill my dad."
>mfw I got the ending where Alistair becomes king and locks her in a tower
>ignoring the Blight to start a civil war for the crown
>poisoning and assassinating important lords (Eamon, Cousland)
>selling off Denerim elves to Tevinter slavers
>trusting Rendon Howe with anything
pay more attention to the setting next time
heck the human mage is actually a member of a noble family who lost all birthright due to being a mage, this could have tipped you off
>Arl Eamon's possessed son
>they make it very clear that the Mage's Tower is too far away to ask for help in time, and if I went they'd have to deal with weeks more of demon spawned undead fuckery and who knows what will happen to the kid himself
>to me the options are kill the kid, or let the mother sacrifice herself in a blood ritual
>do the latter
>find out from a friend who did the quest that you can actually just go to the Mage's Tower and get a happily ever after ending
>being mad that they added additional choices
That was actually a really great part of that quest, it added a bit of continuity to the world since it meant that one of your previous choices had multiple consequences
>Alistair + Anora
>Loghain Grey Warden
You can have Alistair as king and Loghain as a Warden? I thought they were mutually exclusive in the game. I could sware that even on the DAKeep they are as well
trustworthy darkspawn: 1
trustworthy orlesians: 0
Anora and an Alistair you've gotten to grow a pair.
That said whatever happens the place is fucked, they have no heirs, either Warden is mostly shooting blanks due to the taint AND she is barren to boot. Sometime soon they will get a whole new round of civil war and infighting.