Crystal Mills from The Koalition writes:
"My love for the Dragon Age series is undoubtedly fueled by the characters. Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 both introduced and fleshed out amazing, complex characters that transcended the usual supporting role in RPGs. Because of this, it’s really interesting to me to follow them through their growth.
In Dragon Age: Origins, we saw two clashing images between the faith-driven Leliana and the cynical Morrigan. While these traits weren’t the only existing characteristics (especially if you romanced one or the other) in them, they each had a very defining image that didn’t shift too much through the Blight. But now in Dragon Age: Inquisition, a decade after the events of Origins, these two characters have made some pretty major shifts in their thoughts and actions."