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Dragon Age: The Last Court

posted Nov 3, 2014, 4:15 PM by Princess Stabbity   [ updated Nov 8, 2014, 12:13 AM ]
Our YouTubers got the scoop on Dragon Age: The Last Court - a project between Failbetter Games and Bioware.

From the Wiki:

Dragon Age: The Last Court is a text-based browser game that serves as an interquel between Dragon Age II and Dragon Age: Inquisition.

The player takes on the role of the ruler of Serault, a fiefdom located on the edge of Orlais. The ruler guides Serault through a tumultuous part of its history, and can choose to take the role of the Huntress or the Scholar. Affairs of court will be managed, and positions of counselor, bodyguard, and other roles will be chosen.

The Last Court will be available as part of Dragon Age Keep.

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Aaryn Flynn ‏@AarynFlynn
Still more Dragon Age coming! MT @EchoBazaar: Failbetter writer @CHGardiner talks about Dragon Age: The Last Court...
Dragon Age: The Last Court
November 1, 2014 - Failbetter Games
A while ago we revealed that we’d been collaborating with Bioware on a secret project. Terrible oaths have kept us silent. We wrote our names on a page of flesh beneath a weeping moon. But now we are released from our promises. And we intend to spill.
We are proud to reveal Dragon Age: The Last Court, a very Failbettery game set just before the forthcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. It will be playable in your browser and features the text-driven, story-rich gameplay that powers Fallen London.
In Dragon Age: The Last Court, you are the ruler of Serault: an eccentric fiefdom at the farthest ends of Orlais. As the Huntress or the Scholar you’ll guide your realm through the most crucial period in its history. Will its ancient Shame be forgiven? Or will Serault fall into obscurity?
This is a game of lordship. You’ll manage the affairs of your court. You’ll choose a counsellor, a bodyguard, an accomplice and a lover. You’ll balance the concerns of your subjects. Will Serault be renowned for its dignity or its freedom? What is the greatest threat: outlaws, revolutionaries, or the the nameless ancient things that slither in its deep woods? There are stories to explore and secrets to unravel. What lies in the Sealed Chantry? Who is the Horned Knight? Who is behind Serault’s recent troubles? You’ll meet a host of new characters, like the Purveyor of Teas and the  Acerbic Dowager. And maybe you’ll run into a few familiar faces from other Dragon Age titles…
Working with Bioware has been something Alexis and I have dreamed of since we used to build modules in Neverwinter Nights. Or maybe even earlier, around the time Sarevok killed Gorion. Damn you, Sarevok. We can’t quite believe it’s actually happened.
The Last Court will be available soon as part of the improbably sexy Dragon Age Keep. We’ll be shouting about it the moment it’s live.
Chris Gardiner