rinjirenee
rinjirenee:

neairaalenko:

rinjirenee:

flutiebear:

belthronding:

ITS TRUE THEN *heavy breathing*

oh maker no
it won’t be leliana singing outside our tents it’ll be cullen

Oh jesus christ 
I didn’t ask for this

Yes, you did.

*ducks*

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
I’M CHOOSING TO BELIEVE THIS WAS COINCIDENCE
IT WAS A JOKE

I’m so sorry, everyone
I played with forces that were beyond my control
I failed you all

Let’s not forget this. I think you were wishing for it the most. ;)

rinjirenee:

neairaalenko:

rinjirenee:

flutiebear:

belthronding:

ITS TRUE THEN *heavy breathing*

oh maker no

it won’t be leliana singing outside our tents it’ll be cullen

Oh jesus christ 

I didn’t ask for this

Yes, you did.

*ducks*

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

I’M CHOOSING TO BELIEVE THIS WAS COINCIDENCE

IT WAS A JOKE

I’m so sorry, everyone

I played with forces that were beyond my control

I failed you all

Let’s not forget this. I think you were wishing for it the most. ;)

It’s my headcanon- and I’m absolutely convinced of it- that if Hawke leaves Bethany behind from the expedition, she turns herself in to the Templars. I think she takes it as the final sign that her family will never stop protecting her and so she sees herself as a hindrance. They’ve never had, and will never have, normal lives because of her. None of them ever begrudge her that, but she always wonders if they wouldn’t have been better off without her.

It’s all the worse because protecting her is one of the driving forces in going on the expedition in the first place. She isn’t even allowed to help secure her own freedom. She’s wanted nothing more than a normal life and she’s denied the chance to finally fight for it. So she finally takes her life into her own hands. She sacrifices her freedom and happiness to try to ensure that her sister and mother can find more of their own.

I could probably ramble on, but I’m still waking up.