Ah, Dragon Age. The games that made my Skyrim obsession look like a passing fancy. The games that got me to actually give money to EA. The games that are probably closest to my heart and probably always will be.

I discovered Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third title in the series, in 2018 when I saw it on sale on EA's game launcher, Origin. It looked cool and it was marked down a fair bit, so I thought I'd give it a try.

Before I knew it I bought the previous two games and all the DLCs for each game, and have now spent a combined 1000+ hours across the three titles.

All three Dragon Age games are very special to me (though Inquisition is probably my favourite) and I've made this shrine to show off my screenshots, and document my progress as I prepare my worldstate for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, coming out in 2023.

WARNING: absolutely contains spoilers.

Dragon Age: Origins

Two of the last Grey Wardens of Ferelden must scramble to save Thedas from the Fifth Blight as civil war looms

Dragon Age II

Hawke and their family flee Ferelden during the Fifth Blight, landing in the Free Marches and eventually becoming Champion of Kirkwall, and influencing the fate of all Thedas

Dragon Age: Inquisition

After an explosion at the Conclave kills the Divine, severing all hope of peaceful negotiation between mages and templars, a massive tear in the Veil is created, allowing demons and spirits to wreak havoc on the land. The sole survivor of the conclave awakes with a magic mark on their hand, the only hope of sealing the Breach

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf

Fourth Dragon Age title in the series, directly following Dragon Age: Inquisition and its Trespasser DLC. Set to release sometime after August 2023.