dragonageconfessions: CONFESSION: I’ve always disliked mods as I feel like they take awake from the way the game was supposed to be played/experienced, and I could never understand the people who loves them and mod just about everything. Always felt like it was a bit of an insult to the creators of the game. As a huge Dahlialynn fan, maker of the Royal Wedding mod (pictured in the actual confession) as well as many others, let me share my huge facepalm to this confession. Bioware loves the modding community. They really do, and have time and time again explained how much they are impressed by the mods they’ve seen for Origins and 2.  That being said, sure. Some of the mods like the uber-sex porno ones are a bit uneasy and other ones like the Aveline mods kind of rub us the wrong way. But shit dude; mods are built to enhance the player’s experience. If you don’t like any mod, you know you can just uninstall it. Right?

dragonageconfessions:

CONFESSION:

I’ve always disliked mods as I feel like they take awake from the way the game was supposed to be played/experienced, and I could never understand the people who loves them and mod just about everything. Always felt like it was a bit of an insult to the creators of the game.

As a huge Dahlialynn fan, maker of the Royal Wedding mod (pictured in the actual confession) as well as many others, let me share my huge facepalm to this confession.

Bioware loves the modding community. They really do, and have time and time again explained how much they are impressed by the mods they’ve seen for Origins and 2. 

That being said, sure. Some of the mods like the uber-sex porno ones are a bit uneasy and other ones like the Aveline mods kind of rub us the wrong way. But shit dude; mods are built to enhance the player’s experience.

If you don’t like any mod, you know you can just uninstall it. Right?