Dragon Age and LGBTQIA+

*WARNING* – as much as I tried to keep this article spoiler free, there are moments where I was forced to reveal some of the story of all three...

*WARNING* – as much as I tried to keep this article spoiler free, there are moments where I was forced to reveal some of the story of all three games to give a bit of context. So be warned.** A quiet hush falls over the press conference as she finally enters, and the cameras rise up to flash as she makes her way to her seat. Her silhouette is framed against the bursts of white, but as she takes her seat, her gaze is steady. Unfazed. Nonplussed. This day has finally come. All that training and preparation has come down to this very moment. She looks at the crowd, and speaks into the microphone. “I’m ready to talk about Dragon…

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Nicola Peard

Nicola is a creative writing student based in London. When she’s not very hard at work on all the writing business, she’s playing video games, reading about video games, writing about video games and making videos about video games with her pals at Clever Girl Gaming. She also procrastinates on an Olympic level, and is sure you’ve got something you should be doing too.

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