Thanks for stopping by our little corner of the web. We are a small group of people initially brought together by our love of the Dragon Age video game franchise. This place was originally built in result of the original BSN’s forum closure. You will find our site may not be the biggest DA fan site out there but what we lack in quantity we make up in quality. Also, as you can see, we also have a lot of space for non-DA material as we are evolving into a more social site as well.
We have a close knit group of members here that are all thoughtful, respectful and mostly, a whole lot of fun.
If you join us you will notice we welcome new members with open arms and only ask that you treat everyone here as you yourself would like to be treated.
As we are a “mature” site all members must be over 18 years old. That being said, please note we have dedicated boards/threads dedicated to mature topics and material. We also would ask that even then, your posts should be as tasteful as possible and no hardcore pornography is allowed. If you have any questions please PM me before hand I will let you know!
Autumn Witch ~ (Founder)
Dragon Age Quiz Time!
Week “9" quiz. Worth 200 bonus fennec in the "Fetch the Fennec 2022 Contest"! Remember no cheating! Your answers must be off the top of your head! No looking them up! PM Autumn the answers!
Week of 26-JUL-2022
1. "There were many lovely young initiates in the Lothering cloister—all of them chaste and virtuous. Ah, it added to their mystique."
2."With the right bits, an edge can be more than an edge. Armor can do more than protect. A hue can be just a bit brighter."
3. "Mankind blunders through the world, crushing what it does not understand; elves, dragons, magic...the list is endless. We must stem the tide, or be left with nothing more than the mundane. This I know to be true."
4. "You don't need blood magic or demons to change someone's mind. We're a lot more fragile than we'd like to believe."
5. “He who wishes to walk on water must first learn to swim.”
“I don't like this'? That's right up there with, 'What could possibly go wrong?”