Well then, I wasn’t really planning to finish up Ria’s redone save tonight, but when I ended up with nothing but The Last Straw without realizing it (including side and secondary quests, AND getting the Supplier achievement without looking up locations to remind myself) I figured what the hell. So, canon!Ria is finally, officially put to bed so far as save games go, now that I’ve finished a version that had Witch Hunt choices imported.
So: Chantry boom’d, Anders spared, Fenris killed in battle (sorry, Integra—I tried to talk him into joining me but he wasn’t listening), and Orsino and Meredith both gone. I did manage to get some hopefully good screen caps out of the fights though, including one where Beth ran between Fenris and Ria (which damn near broke my heart, since Beth and Fenris are an Act 1 ship of mine) and another of Beth and Nathaniel together against Meredith blasting things from a distance. Once I sort through my mess of caps I’ll see which ones weren’t ruined by lighting and battle effects.
I think my next gaming plan is going to be finishing up Neria’s doomed save, then run Vrania through Awakening (probably) for eventual import to a crack!Inquisitor save on DA3 (if I don’t decide between now and game release to rewrite just enough of her to make her my real Inquisitor instead).
i think my first Dude!Inquisitor will be a hulking hottie, and walk around shirtless. he’ll have tattoos. he’ll have epic food cheat-days full of blueberry pancakes. i’ll name him Dwayne.
and in this way The Rock will finally be mine.
This is a good plan.
How does your character smell? Do they wear perfume or cologne, use scented soaps, oils, ointments, lotions? Why do they smell the way they do? If they do not wear perfume or cologne [or anything else previously listed], why do they not?
[eg. a noblewoman might smell like her favorite perfume and reek of it if she wears a strong enough scent, a blacksmith might smell like their forge and maybe singed hair, a chevalier might stink of horse and body odor, a chef may smell like their kitchen, a drunk might have alcohol on their breath, etc.]
This would vary pretty drastically for Elissa depending on her current circumstances. For most of the Blight, she’s spending her time fighting monsters and camping in the woods, so I’d imagine she and everyone else with her would all be a bit… earthy.
When she’s “at home” (whether home is Highever before the Blight, Redcliffe temporarily during it, or Denerim/Amaranthine afterward) it depends on what time of day most likely. Even as queen, she often visits the practice yards for exercise before lunch, so during and immediately after those visits she’d be sweaty; I imagine she’d take her daily bath immediately after this, though, so in the afternoon and evening she’d smell like whatever oils her maids put in the water for her—most likely light floral scents, but I haven’t decided yet what specifically would be her first choice.