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Interview Dragon Age 2 - On Dwarves, Elves and Qunari


Feb 17, 2006
I think the Quntaris look fine , the horns included.

The issue is the blandly blenderized, unimaginative characterless mess of their 'culture'
herostratus said:
Dragon age wiki used to link to a quote by David Gaider saying that he wanted the qunari to be a mix between Mayans, Ottomans and Vikings. I guess we can add Chinese and Hindus to the mix?

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