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Dragon Age: Redemption trailer reveals the softer, stabbier side of Felicia Day

Warning: the following trailer for the live-action Dragon Age: Redemption web series is rated F for Felicia Day, fangs, fast action and somewhat fake looking Qunari costumes. It's also rated Y for “You know, for a web series, this looks pretty good”, and “You should really just skip this preamble and just watch the video now.”


Dragon Age: Redemption will begin its six-episode run on October 11th and follow Day's character, an Elvish assassin named Tallis, on the hunt for a dangerous Qunari mage determined to bring the world to its knees (as all dangerous Qunari mages are wont to do – not a stereotype, this is fact). The series' debut will coincide with the release of Dragon Age II's Mark of the Assassin DLC, that will also star Tallis on a mission with Hawke to yoink an ancient artifact from its wealthy Orlesian owner.

The web series was also written by Felicia Day, whose long list of geek-worthy credits include voice work for Fallout: New Vegas and Guild Wars 2; acting in Eureka, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Dollhouse; and creating the massively popular web series The Guild. Watch her chat about her latest role as Tallis in our one-on-one interview below.

Oct 5, 2011

Source: Machinima

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3 comments

  • Shiza411 - October 5, 2011 6:06 p.m.

    CCC @ 1:11.
  • db1331 - October 5, 2011 12:48 p.m.

    It's just like Xena, if Xena had a lower budget and Lucy Lawless wasn't as hot.
  • NotBraze - October 5, 2011 11:47 a.m.

    Looks interesting, I'll definitely check it out as a fan of the games. It's too bad they couldn't get a bigger budget for it, hopefully the story and characters will be good enough to make up for any bad effects or production design.

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