BioWare fandom can be such asshats when characters display any sort of questioning opinion toward the PC, and the funniest and most ridiculous part is how those questioning characters are provably right 99% of the time.
Ashley thinks the Council will abandon humans for their own needs. Then they do that.
Carth thinks your circumstance is suspicious and the Jedi’s motivations are more than they’re letting on. Oh, guess what, he’s literally right.
Wynne questions your forever love with Alistair. “You may be forced to make a choice between saving your love and saving everyone else.” Then that exactly happens.
"BUT WHY AREN’T ALL MY LIFE CHOICES BEING ENTHUSIASTICALLY ENDORSED I AM ALWAYS RIGHT"
(more) Quality over quantity, y’know? Straight male options being more plentiful did NOT mean they were any better. And while twitter dude can go climb a wall of glass dicks, I do share the worry that there are going to be romance options that feel shallow or tacked on instead of making ALL of the options decent and substantial.
ALL RIGHT now that I’m not on mobile and it’s not 11pm on a weekend night and I’m sober we’re gonna talk about this.
What I don’t understand is how you think you can distance yourself from Twitter STR8 Crybaby and still go on to say all the things you’re saying. Even with a shiny coating of reasonableness jargon you are saying the exact same thing.
Let’s go back to your original comment and take it apart one brick at a time, because I’ve had it with this kind of bullshit.
me making choices in bioware games
when you offend a bioware companion by talking to a random npc, helping a kid on fire, or peeing on some sacred ashes or whatever
It’s not a Bioware game until you’ve opened up 20 tabs on the Dragon Age wiki to strategize your romance options.
all I want in life is for Bethesda and Bioware to get together and make the fantasy RPG to end all fantasy RPGs.
four for bioware for making everyone question everything ever
we don’t say “i love you” in the bioware fandom we say “[GROSS MUFFLED SOBBING]" and i think that’s beautiful
You know what’s interesting?
David Gaider can insult fans, patronize fans, favour fans over others, invade fan space when he’s unwanted, drunkblog, encourage bullying, insist his headcanons are the only way fans are allowed to interpret Thedas lore and be biphobic as hell yet fans will still love and defend him.
Jennifer Hepler says she prefers the writing the games over playing games and fans go apeshit all over the internet - to the point Hepler was receiving death threats.
Isn’t is interesting how some Bioware writers are held to different standards than others?
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