Day 5 - Side characters you’re particularly fond of
So personally I’m very excited for every companion - the Inquisition seems like a pleasant bunch and I hope we don’t get much bitching and hostility (I’m looking at you, Fenris and Merrill!). I think Anara and Solas would fit together very well - they’re both calm and interested in nature of the Fade - she finds it terrifying and has a really bad time sleeping, so I imagine he’d be able to help her see the better side of this particular coin.

Day 5 - Side characters you’re particularly fond of

So personally I’m very excited for every companion - the Inquisition seems like a pleasant bunch and I hope we don’t get much bitching and hostility (I’m looking at you, Fenris and Merrill!). I think Anara and Solas would fit together very well - they’re both calm and interested in nature of the Fade - she finds it terrifying and has a really bad time sleeping, so I imagine he’d be able to help her see the better side of this particular coin.

Day 4 -Draw your main antagonist
Anara and Vivienne are enemies for life. She can’t forgive any mage who is pro-Circle, even Cullen is in a better position than V. There is no hostility though - they send each other venomous comments and coldest smiles, but also have a lot of reluctant respect for each other.
//it’s my first time drawing skin (ANY skin) and I’m sorry Vivenne next time I’ll do you justice

Day 4 -Draw your main antagonist

Anara and Vivienne are enemies for life. She can’t forgive any mage who is pro-Circle, even Cullen is in a better position than V. There is no hostility though - they send each other venomous comments and coldest smiles, but also have a lot of reluctant respect for each other.

//it’s my first time drawing skin (ANY skin) and I’m sorry Vivenne next time I’ll do you justice

Vino Tabris never asked to be a Warden, and is absolutely racist to shems. With time she begins to see the bigger picture. She’s the only one to ever complete “Awakening” and after that she disappears, alone.
Verenica Amell sees being a Warden as a big opportunity. She bathes in freedom, does whatever she wants and never apologizes. Her connection to the Fade feels natural and the demons never bother her. She uses her companions as living mana vessels, but never lets anything happen to them. Zevran begins to crack her shield but she acts like she was with him only for his looks. After the war they both move to Tevinter, Verica becomes a kickass magister and they die together, undisturbed by anything.
Haleigh is my Cousland princess - a queen, more like. She loses her hand in the battle with the Archdemon and later dedicates her life to serving Ferelden. The sword is always there near her, even if she cannot use it properly anymore - it’s a reminder for the enemies of the kingdom that she is the hero.

Vino Tabris never asked to be a Warden, and is absolutely racist to shems. With time she begins to see the bigger picture. She’s the only one to ever complete “Awakening” and after that she disappears, alone.

Verenica Amell sees being a Warden as a big opportunity. She bathes in freedom, does whatever she wants and never apologizes. Her connection to the Fade feels natural and the demons never bother her. She uses her companions as living mana vessels, but never lets anything happen to them. Zevran begins to crack her shield but she acts like she was with him only for his looks. After the war they both move to Tevinter, Verica becomes a kickass magister and they die together, undisturbed by anything.

Haleigh is my Cousland princess - a queen, more like. She loses her hand in the battle with the Archdemon and later dedicates her life to serving Ferelden. The sword is always there near her, even if she cannot use it properly anymore - it’s a reminder for the enemies of the kingdom that she is the hero.