Damn those blood mice!
Blood mice! :snort:
Damn those blood mice!
Blood mice! :snort:
At least Wilmod appreciates Cullen’s strong thighs!
“Shapely”? I’ve always thought so…
Oh, my goodness. If you’re saying … what I think … that would be really … inappropriate and … I couldn’t.
Today on the bus I thought I could draw Elyria and Cullen again… haven’t drawn them in … forever… and then I decided to change Elyria’s hairstyle and her story and… now I have Elyria 2.0 ^^”
This is random … to cheer me since my mood is… well, better not talk about my mood.
But Elyria and Cullen are still my babies and I love them (and missed them…)
deviantart by LadyLionhart
And now I suddenly want to rewrite a Cullen/Hawke draft of a WIP, either to work in a bad joke based on this or to have Cullen stutter his way through the most awkward pickup line ever.
LOL Cullen and sexy role play. THAT I gotta see.
Reblog if you want Cassandra Pentaghast and/or Cullen to be party members in DA3.
I want party banter between the two of them. I wouldn’t mind having Cassandra shout “BULLLLLLSHIT!!!!” whenever Cullen
patheticallydefends his decade of work at the Gallows. Eventually Cassandra decks Cullen and he admits to hiding his head in the sand most of the time he was there.
Perhaps it is best to keep our enemies close.
My canonical fem mage Hawke is all too happy with Cullen’s suggestion to keep enemies close. Quite intimately close, in fact.
AND HERE COME PEOPLE DEFENDING CULLEN FOR HIS MISTAKES WHEN THEY WOULD PROBABLY FLAT OUT SHIT ON A LADY CHARACTER WHO HAD MADE HER OWN MISTAKES THAT ARE NOT AS SHITTY.
I disagree with this confession. I’ll say that much. Not taking the presumptuous bait though.
I do not see what there is to disagree with. Cullen was standing right there when Meredith decides to illegally annul the Circle, and he says nothing against it. It is only once they have swept through the Circle, when Meredith decides to also kill Hawke, that she has suddenly “gone too far”, and Cullen finally decides to say something.
Ironically (or not), if Hawke sides with the templars, Cullen *will* step up and toss a monkey wrench into Meredith’s annulment. He initiates this entirely on his own, but he requires Hawke’s support to see it through. If Hawke gives Cullen the thumbs up, Cullen not only saves a group of mages who refuse to fight (by surrendering), he then orders the entire unit of Templars following Meredith to instead “do as the Champion says.” At that point, Cullen, a big group of templars, and those mages *exit* the battle, which leaves Meredith completely on her own. You then get to watch Meredith fume because the templars she commands staged a mutiny against her annulment.
(After that, Hawke goes through the Gallows mopping up abominations, demons, and such, until meeting up with the infamous Orsino-Harvester before returning to the Courtyard.)
While I agree that Cullen does too little, too late in the much larger scheme of things, he actually grows a pair of balls in the templar ending storyline, and ends up doing far more than what he does in the mage ending. Apparently his storyline was conceived such that he wouldn’t do anything drastic/heroic without Hawke’s backing. And the only way he gets Hawke’s backing in the final quest is, not surprisingly, when Hawke sides with the Templars (but not with Meredith’s plan to annul the circle). Also, before the Templar battle, Cullen stands with Hawke’s companions and he has quite a litany of things to say about how he thinks the annulment is wrong.
tl;dr: if you do not play the templar ending at least once, even if just for science (or at least YouTube all of it), you will never see the series of dialogues and scenes in which Cullen goes from a well-meaning but *completely* wrong-headed head-in-the-sand templar to actually standing up for fairness and protecting innocent people’s lives, even if their innocence can not be proven. Big step for Ferelden’s Ser “Kill every mage in the harrowing chamber, be they blood mages or not, because we cannot know what is lurking inside them.”
This. Reblogging for VL’s explanation… but also that hilarious tag. LOL