Dragon Age: 10 Former Party Members Who Should Return In DA4
There are some companions and party members that fans favor, and would love to see them return in the upcoming Dragon Age 4.
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The Dragon Age games feature many companions and party members that the player can interact and work with. Depending on approval levels as well as players’ decisions, some of these companions can even be romanced, end up leaving the party or play integral roles in the games in different ways.
However, there are some companions and party members that fans favor, and would love to see them return in the upcoming Dragon Age 4. Whether it be the lighthearted Varric, the mysterious Morrigan, or others that currently have open-ended whereabouts when the fans last heard of them, all of them have great potential to return.
10 Fans Yearn For Varric To Return
Varric Tethras appeared in both Dragon Age II and Inquisition as a party member. Fans yearn for him to return in Dragon Age 4. This is because they adored him being one of the funnier, light-hearted companions.
Having Varric return in Dragon Age 4 would provide some comedy relief during the game’s darker moments, as well as opportunities for his connections to the Inquisition and other projects to shine. His connections to Hawke would also lead to giving the franchise further continuity if he returned in the next game.
9 Morrigan’s Return Could Lead To Larger Outcomes
Morrigan first appeared in Origins, the very first game of the series, as a companion. Fans were later surprised by Morrigan’s return in Inquisition, especially with aspects of the main quest heavily involving her presence, as well as her own mother and son.
Considering how Inquisition’s epilogue featured her mother, Flemeth, and Solas taking Flemeth’s power from her, it’s possible that Morrigan could return in Dragon Age 4 after possibly learning of her fate. She could also return due to her other unique connections throughout the franchise so far.
8 Merril’s Open-Ended Whereabouts Give Her Great Potential To Return
Merril initially appeared in Dragon Age: Origins as a temporary companion, but was a more permanent party member in Dragon Age II. The last Merril was heard of during the game Inquisition if the player asks Varric about her, she was using her abilities to look after city elves stuck between the fighting of the mages and templars.
Considering how open-ended this fate sounds and her still being alive in-universe, it’s possible that she has a chance to return as a party member or in some other way in Dragon Age 4.
7 Dorian’s Tevinter Connections Would Give Great Opportunities For Returning To Dragon Age 4
Dorian was introduced in Dragon Age: Inquisition as a party member, a mage wishing to reform Tevinter for the better. His witty banter and potential romances with both the Inquisitor or the Iron Bull also made him popular with fans. As revealed in the DLC Trespasser, Dorian ends up acquiring his father’s former seat of power after his father suddenly dies, and ends up returning to Tevinter to do so.
Dorian’s newfound connections could give him the opportunity to cross paths with the next protagonist in Dragon Age 4, and avid fans of this mage hope he does return.
6 Solas’ True Identity In Inquisition And Its DLC Means He’ll Return For Sure In DA4
Solas first presented himself in Inquisition as a fairly knowledgeable mage, even if a bit prickly. Many fans were shocked when Solas revealed he was none other than the Dread Wolf, Fen’Harel, in both Inquisition and its DLC Trespasser. His plans to tear down the Veil and turn the world into one more suited for elves currently lead him towards a more villainous role. It’s already more-than-confirmed with the recent trailers for Dragon Age 4 that Solas will be returning.
Some fans are delighted to see what will happen with him in Dragon Age 4 with him being more villainous, while others hope that there will be a chance to recruit him or even work with him again as they did in Inquisition, despite all that already happened in the games.
5 Fans Want The Iron Bull To Return (Assuming He Survived The Trespasser DLC)
Fans thought the Iron Bull made for a greatly-written companion, due to his character development in his personal quest in Inquisition. However, they were heartbroken when they found out, in the Trespasser DLC, that they were forced to kill him if they either didn’t complete his personal quest in Inquisition or made him sacrifice the mercenary group he led, the Chargers, during said personal quest.
Assuming that Iron Bull survived the events of Trespasser, fans would love to see him return in Dragon Age 4.
4 Isabela’s Connections And Open-Ended Whereabouts Give Her Great Opportunities To Return
Isabela first appeared in Dragon Age II as a party member, and fans adored her flirty and devious personality as well as her optional romance in the game. When the player asks about her in Inquisition, Isabela supposedly became an admiral after returning to the Raiders of the Walking Sea.
She also becomes one of the Inquisition’s field agents on a number of raids in Ferelden and Orlais. These open-ended whereabouts like with Merrill, and her newfound connections like Dorian, give Isabela a big opportunity to return in Dragon Age 4.
3 Zevran’s Connections Could Lead To His Return
Zevran first appeared in Dragon Age: Origins. Fans adored his charming personality, the optional romance arc, as well as his capabilities as an accomplished assassin. His most recent encounters in the game Inquisition involved him working with the Inquisition on a few missions, and is mainly mentioned in war table operations.
Considering how much he’s worked with the Inquisition, it’s possible he could return once more in Dragon Age 4, in some capacity. Fans who adored him absolutely want him to return if possible.
2 Fans Would Welcome Cole’s Compassion Coming Back
Cole first appeared in Inquisition. fans adored his gentle, compassionate personality contrasting with his deadly acts as a rogue. Others also enjoyed his banter with fellow party members, as well. One of the sidequests in the game, Cole’s personal quest, involved him either becoming a full-fledged spirit, or more human.
Either way, fans would love for him to make an appearance in Dragon Age 4 as a party member again, if only to see more of how he is now that he’s either more human or spirit since Inquisition.
1 Aveline’s Steady Position Could Lead To Her Return
Aveline first appeared in Dragon Age II as a loyal companion and a Guard-Captain of Kirkwall. When asked about her whereabouts since the second game in Inquisition, the player finds out that she still maintains her position as Guard-Captain and hugely responsible for Kirkwall’s stability, as a result of her duties.
If the protagonist of Dragon Age 4 were to approach Kirkwall at any point in the game, it’s possible they could run into Aveline again. Fans are sure that she’ll likely return at some point in person.