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    • says

      Every time you could turn to Varric and have him either bullshit you out of trouble or vastly inflate your reputation on the spot had me laughing so hard I had to pause the game. I really hope he makes it into DAIII since the repetitive battle areas in DAII hurts replay-ability IMHO.

    • Ms Anthropy says

      I was sad they excluded the part in the very end where Varric mentions to Hawke, “I left out the part about you and me.” Why?! He was the only character I actually wanted to pursue, mostly because he was the only one who didn’t jump down my throat about SOMETHING. Or be completely oblivious to danger (Merrill -______-)

  1. Happiestsadist says

    I freely admit that I have a giant crush on Varric. I have no shame, despite the chest hair and chain involved.

  2. neXus says

    I would pay real money to learn Bianca’s back story – I wish that would have been a late game quest if Varric really liked you.

  3. gazetteer says

    Varric’s so awesome. Hawke might be the leader, but Varric’s the real reason your little group manages to stay intact for 7 years. He’s this ultra cool dwarf who makes friends with everyone, and he takes care of his friends, despite how he likes to portray himself as this kind of arty slacker. And I like that.

    Merrill: How do you do it, living in the city without picking a side? Doesn’t it matter to you?
    Varric: Of course it does. That’s why I don’t take sides.
    Merrill: That doesn’t make any sense.
    Varric: I’ve got you and Aveline, Fenris and Anders. Hawke. Isabela.
    Varric: I’ve got friends in the Circle and drinking buddies in the templars. All of them matter.

  4. Hairy Chris, blah blah blah etc says

    Urgh, DA2 was a bit of a letdown after the 1st one. Varric was quite good fun, though, but my vote for “coolest guy in modern video gaming” would have to go to Garrus from the Mass Effect trilogy… ;-)
    Hmm, there seems to be some similarity in naming conventions there, Bioware!

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