Nightingale’s Eyes Piano (Dragon Age Inquisition OST)

I perform “Nightingale’s Eyes”, the Bard Song from Dragon Age Inquisition Soundtrack, on the piano. It is an interpretation played by ear and adjusted to fit for piano. I guess we can call it a piano cover of “Nightingale’s Eyes”.

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Abuse Is Never the Victim’s Fault

Abuse is never the victim’s fault. No matter how much the abuser justifies or tries to guilt trip us, it is never our fault. This Bite-Sized Clip recaps a portion of this explanation from the full length episode, which introduces Abuse and explains what it is.

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All Magic Is Blood Magic (Dragon Age 4 Theories)

It’s no secret by now, at least not to scholars like us, that Lyrium is the blood of a Titan. Given this fact, I explore my theory that ALL magic in Thedas is Blood Magic, for more Dragon Age lore AND Dragon Age 4 theories.

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Pathogen Official Trailer

Jim has lost and suffered much at the hands of humanity.  In revenge, he vows to remedy his sickened past by purging the future with a pathogen which he created.  However, as the fate of humanity rests in his hands, he struggles with the inner conflict between his desire for revenge and his morality.  His accomplice, Aurik, seems to have other plans, as he contemplates the dissemination of the pathogen.

In this Pre-Apocalyptic short film, in this conflict between morality and pathology, the annihilation of one, humanity or pathogen, is irrefutably inevitable.