Dragon Age: Absolution, the upcoming animated adaptation of the classic BioWare
She’ll be the focus of the tale, alongside a merry band of outcasts and heroes.
Here’s the plot, courtesy of Netflix:
‘When a heist against the most powerful man in Tevinter goes south, an elven mercenary named Miriam (Kimberly Brooks) is forced into a desperate fight for survival. Now, to save herself and her friends, Miriam will have to confront the tragic past she’s spent a lifetime trying to escape.’
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The show will reportedly feature ‘an ensemble of new characters inspired by Dragon Age lore, including elves, mages, knights, Qunari, Red Templars, demons and other special surprises.’ It’s likely to include easter eggs for fans of the game franchise, and potentially lore that speaks to the upcoming Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
The brand new trailer is a dramatic snapshot of the action, and shows off the adaptation’s gorgeous animation helmed by Red Dog Culture House (The Witcher: Night of the Wolf on Netflix), as well as tense encounters between the show’s heroes.
In addition to showing off the flashy new trailer, Netflix has also introduced the key members of the cast. They include:
- Kimberly Brooks as Miriam – An elven mercenary forced to confront a villainous nation.
- Matthew Mercer as Fairbanks – A veteran freedom fighter who winds up as the leader of the pack.
- Ashly Burch as Qwydion – A Qunari mage who loves explosions.
- Sumalee Montano as Hira – A hopeful mage with a ‘terrible secret’.
- Phil LaMarr as Roland – A charming hero with grit and heart.
- Keston John as Lacklon – A dwarven lord who is a brawler and ‘glory hound’.
- Josh Keaton as Rezaren – A privileged man determined to build a better future for Tevinter.
- Zehra Fazal as Tassia – A hero with stark morals.
Dragon Age: Absolution launches on Netflix on 9 December 2022.