Dragon Age 4 is what we have been expecting since Dragon Age: Inquisition’s last DLC: Trespasser. Trespasser sure did end on a cliffhanger, but we already knew all it told us: Solas is an elven God, that’s called Fen’harel, and he is ready to commit genocide to restore the elven people to who they were before. But we did get an important hint from Trespasser: the Tevinter Imperium will be placed perhaps in the main location. We have also heard that Seheron, which is the island where the Qunari people reside, can also be visited in the game.
We are here to give you a list of all the characters that we think will return to Dragon Age 4.
Maevaris Tilani is not that popular with fans. Her name is barely in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Her first appearance happened in the Dragon Age comic “Those Who Speak.” She is seen as an outcast from the Tevinter society since she is a transgender woman. She is part of the Magisterium, and she wants to live in a more liberal Tevinter. She forms a group that’s called The Lucerni when she wants to restore Tevinter. She is incredibly powerful.
Fans know him as the mage companion from Dragon Age: Inquisition. He is the black sheep of the society and the family. He is a gay man, which goes against Tevinter’s expectations. However, he loves his homeland, and he wants to make a better Tevinter. In Trespasser, he announced that he would be leaving in order to take his father’s seat on the Magisterium. It would be a shame not to see him again in Dragon Age 4.
He was originally the property of a Magister, that was called Danarius, and he had to suffer a lot until he discovered his power. He is able to escape his master’s clutches for good, but he still has a grudge against the Imperium. Unless he gets killed by BioWare, we will probably see him in Dragon Age 4.