Wow, thank you so much! :slight_smile: That means a lot to hear!


I am so ready to be an obsessive and power hungry techpriest.


But if we have horrible health issues with certain magic like the charm magic, wouldnt it be better if we wont use it, because it would slowly kill us and thus make this branch of magic unusable?

Actually, I took a peek at the achievements and apparently, you can become a Saint that is immune to rot.

There’s a bunch of interesting achievements that I’m planning to get eventually. Like “I’m Sorry, Who?” That one is hilarious!


What will the price be? (so damn hyped!)

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Me, prior to playing the sample chapter: “Choice of Magics is finally almost out? Man, I love Kevin Gold’s writing, but I feel like this hasn’t been the best of years for the main label so far. Maybe I should temper my enthusiasm.”

Me, after playing the sample chapter: slams fist on table “BIG HAT LOGAN BIG HAT LOGAN BIG --”

Sorry I even doubted you, Kevin. 10/10 Big Hat Logan simulator.


I think in chapter one , we are given a choice on what type of mage we want to become , one of them is the Saint , for healing people , so is it we need to become such specialist to become a Saint ? :slight_smile:

Honestly I have no idea how to become a Saint. But if I had to guess, being adored by the Church might do it.

Oops… I blast that Inquisitor into oblivion , so no more Saint for me ? :weary:

but i also notice the Queen and the Church are at odds, and i intend to side with the Queen … the Church won’t be happy at me again :stuck_out_tongue:

I haven’t tried the Choice of Robots so this would be my first on reading his work. I heard lots of good things about it. Better try the demo soon. :joy:


Go playing choice of robots now. Like Now. Probably one of best cog. Big story that flows naturally. Great customization also romance a 0retty robot in a dance floor


I find it interesting how you want to become a Saint without knowing what a Saint is. :slight_smile:


Hehe… according to free chapter a Saint seems to be like a master healer ? But i think in real world, a Saint needs to be elected by the Church and Pope right ? :slight_smile:

Errr… further research show that there are 5 steps to become a Saint :grin:

  1. Step one: Wait five years
  2. Step two: “Become a servant of God”…
  3. Step three: Show proof of a life of ‘heroic virtue’ …
  4. Step four: Verified miracles. …
  5. Step five: Canonisation.

Is Choice of Magic requires us to do all of the above too ? :slight_smile:

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Tomorrow!!! :heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes::dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer:


You’ll learn more about the relationship between mages, Saints and the Church once you actually have the game.


I don’t know each time I read Inquisition I automatically generated a hatred of the order and think were is the kill them all button. Probably because I am Spanish and I have visited several museums with show the victims and torture methods.

I know this have nothing to do with it but is something like subconscious. I loved the tortoise choice . And the jedi mental chice…
However there is a miss opportunity to a easter egg of “These are no the androids you are looking for”

I will go for Glamour and some healing for you know healing the glamour


But in Dragon Age Inquisition , Cassandra is an Inquisitor and my favourite RO there, since Leliana is not romancable… :slight_smile:

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Cassandra is NOT an inquisitor The inquisition was disbanded few decades after Andraste dead with the Concordate that created The circle of magic and the templars. Cassandra was a seeker of truth absolutely nothing to do with the Inquisition nor in story or methods or anything


DAI’s Inquisition wasn’t an Inquisition. The Inquisition in the Dragon Age universe were the Templars (and the Arvaraad, for the Qunari).

And, of course, for both the Chantry in Dragon Age and the Church in Choice of Magics, there’s a little more of a reason to want magic kept under control. It isn’t the mix of blind bigotry and building state power that we saw in Spain.


Interjecting here to state how much of a crime this is.