arwingyoshi: (anders)
Minor characters I'd like to see return as party members
Nathaniel Howe
Fergus Cousland

Voice actors I'd like to hear
Lance Henriksen
David Warner
Malcolm McDowell
Tara Strong
Jeff Bennet
David Kaye
Quinton Flynn
Brandon Keener
Jennifer Hale
Wes Johnson
Daran Norris
Adam Baldwin

General thoughts
I just hope they'll still let players be pro-mage even though we're forming an anti-magic faction. And if so, how will the Chantry react to my character supporting mages' rights and mage freedom? Maybe the new Inquisition can be different from the last one.
arwingyoshi: (anders)
Title: Bound Forever
Pairing: Anders/M!Hawke
Summary: Kink-Meme fill. During the incident at the Blooming Rose, a combination of blood magic and spirit energy causes a mental link between Anders and Hawke.
Rating: NC-17

Bound Forever )
arwingyoshi: (anders)

Pairing: Anders/Bethany, Justice/Bethany
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Anders and Bethany have been seeing each other for a while, and it isn't long before Bethany wants to get to know Justice. Kink-meme response.

Spiritual Discovery )

arwingyoshi: (anders)
Title: Quick Trip
Summary: Pre-Origins. Anders and Daniel Amell have a quick encounter. Shameless PWP
Pairings: Anders/m!Amell, past m!Amell/Jowan

Porn ahead )
arwingyoshi: (vicente)
Well, thanks to Netflix, I've been on a big movie kick as of late. I recently got to watch Predators, the remake of Nightmare on Elm Street, and the first Highlander. Predators was awesome and very in the spirit of the first movie. Never thought I'd see Adrian Brody go up against a Predator, that's for sure. And it was cool. Nightmare was a decent flick, thought it had a few too many jump scares. Jackie Earle Haley makes for one scary as hell Freddy. Highlander was good too. Clancy Brown certainly proves that he can be both scary and hammy with his performance as the Kurgan. And how can you go wrong with a soundtrack done by Queen?

Also went out and saw True Grit today. Good movie, especially seeing as how I'm a Coen Brothers fan. Might go see Tron again this weekend.

Since we get Netflix through the Wii, I've been watching some of the stuff they have available for instant play on it. Some of the movies are forgettable, but it also had Up, which I liked. It also has the first four seasons of the new Doctor Who on it. Had a marathon of the first season (with the 9th Doctor) and I'm about halfway through season two (with the 10th Doctor) right now. Hard to decide with Doctor I like better so far.

Also, just because I can't ever shut up about my game exploits, I'm very close to referring to Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion as "The Neverending Sidequests". I'm not even halfway through the main quest yet. Apparently Bethesda protagonists have adventurer's procrastination syndrome and the bad guys are very lazy. "Oh, the daedra are gonna invade at any time and the only way to stop them is to get the amulet back and crown Martin? It can wait, we still need to do that quest for the Dark Brotherhood." Also, I'm about halfway through my current Dragon Age playthrough. I'm honestly thinking of having Alistair slay the archdemon without going through Morrigan's ritual first. Then next two playthroughs I'm going through with the ritual.

And I'm done rambling now.
arwingyoshi: (Blurr)
Saw Tron a while back, but never posted anything on it. It wasn't a masterpiece of storytelling, but it was still a very fun movie. Very much a Tron movie. Even if digitally de-aged Jeff Bridges was kinda creepy looking. So yeah, I liked it.

Now, onto Dragon Age Origins. Fun game, very fun. Has the Bioware staples of being very long, letting you tell the story and shape the protagonist as you see fit, and being so fun that you don't want to stop playing. For my first playthrough I went with female human noble, who romanced Leliana.

For a Bioware game, it's got a lot of black and grey morality. A lot of the time there is no "right or wrong" choice. It really all comes down to what the player sees as the better solution. There are times when it's a little less ambiguous, though. It's also really dark, what with the PC suffering a personal tragedy in the first half hour of the game and then suffers tragedy after tragedy. Also unusual for a Bioware game is the lack of karma meter. I've heard it's got a lot of similarities to Balder's Gate, which I've never played but have heard is good.

I'm also such a huge dork that I've already got my next few playthroughs thought out in terms of origins, genders, and love interests.

So yeah. Tron is good, Dragon Age is good.


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