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Atheism in Dragon Age: Origins

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Atheism in Dragon Age: Origins

Editorial - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Tue 29 June 2010, 12:30:09

Tags: BioWare; Dragon Age

Urgent news: Blogger at bit-tech upset about the lack of atheist dialogue options in Dragon Age!

This mediation is typical of most interactions with the Chantry throughout Dragon Age, I realised. Occasionally you get a chance to speak out against Chantry methods (such as the regulation of mages), but you’re never really given a chance to tackle the underlying theology. It's always a choice of choosing to say either "Praise the Maker!" or "The Maker exists, but I don't want to praise him right now." I want the third option which says flatly "Actually, I don't believe in the Maker and would prefer it if you just told me how many Deep Mushrooms you want me to collect and spared me the rhetoric, thanks."

Just pick Mystra as your deity, most atheists are doing that or so I heard.

 

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