Sera is an elven archer and companion in Dragon Age: Inquisition. If the Inquisitor flirts back, Sera will say that they should "see how things go" in terms of . In Dragon Age: Inquisition, you play a character of your own creation, me as a friend, and that he felt our flirtatious banter was a part of that. Sera - Romance with Sera - Romances - Dragon Age: Inquisition Game Guide If you play as a male, you will only be able to flirt with Sera without any serious.
This is not the favorite of her topics and you can lose her favor in this way. You need to strive for positive relations with Sera it is a good idea to be affirmative of her ideas to play pranks on the other inhabitants of Skyhold and mention your willingness to enter a relationship with her during one of the conversations. You will be able to choose if you want to spend a night with her now, or strive for a more stable relationship.
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At the same time, try to unlock and complete the first of her personal quests- " The Verchiel March. During one of the conversations with Sera, she should present you with a headwear. This will unlock another quest connected with her, which is about preparing a gift for her -A Woman Who Wants for Nothing. Talk to everyone in the hold about the possible present for her, especially to Vivienne.
Finally, meet with Sera. The rest of the romance with Sera is linear. The only exception is the cutscene, in which Sera tells you about her nightmare.
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You can then decide whether you want to declare love for her and start a relationship on her rules or end the romance with her. While the hat ended up being stuffed with apples in an attempt to mock Corypheusthe gift begins to make the Inquisitor wonder if she should give Sera a gift in return to express her fondness. The quest A Woman Who Wants for Nothing will begin, and the Inquisitor must ask the other members of the Inquisition if they know what type of gift she can buy Sera.
While most of the Inquisition will make negative comments about the Inquisitor romancing Sera in response, talking to everyone is the only way that the quest can be completed. Most companions will not have any suggestions, but Vivienne will sarcastically remark that the Inquisitor should just shave her pubic hair to say something crude.
The Inquisitor can agree or decline. If the Inquisitor rejects the idea in conversation with Vivienne, Dorian will also suggest it. Regardless of the Inquisitor's choice, she will need to talk to Sera after she has finally talked to everyone else in the Inquisition. When the Inquisitor mentions that she asked everyone for a gift idea but has no idea what to get, Sera will respond gleefully pleased over the fact that the Inquisitor talked to anyone at all about their relationship. The fact that the Inquisitor told everyone that she's the Inquisitor's lover makes her delighted, and she claims it's the best gift ever.
She pulls the Inquisitor to bed as thanks, and the screen will fade to black as they kiss. If the Inquisitor agreed to Vivienne's idea instead, a scene will show a naked Sera and Inquisitor in bed with Sera laughing in disbelief that the Inquisitor shaved something into her pubic hair. Sera will fall off of the bed in laughter and pull the Inquisitor down with her. After What Pride Had WroughtSera will comment that she believes everything in the temple was from demons, and not the elven gods.
The inquisitor can say she disagrees, and if she is Dalish, she can remind Sera that she believes in the Creators. This will result in a fight, where the relationship will end, with Sera saying she should have known she wasn't "elfy enough" for the Inquisitor or the player can agree to Sera's request to say she was "just kidding" about her religious beliefs, continuing the relationship. Sera will disapprove if other races say "But it's important" or "I've said I'm not her Herald", but she will only end a relationship with an elf.
When the Inquisitor approaches Sera later in the game, she will angrily tell the Inquisitor to leave her alone before attempting to storm off. The Inquisitor will follow Sera, demanding to know what she did wrong. Sera will say that she had a dream where the Inquisitor died.
She claims that dreams show stuff that she doesn't want to think about. She will spend some time yelling at the Inquisitor about things in their relationship that piss her off, but she will gradually imply that she's actually angry about the fact that she's falling in love with the Inquisitor. The Inquisitor can point this out to her, or end their romance then. If the Inquisitor points out Sera's overuse of the word "love" in her angry rant, and tells Sera that she loves her back, Sera will respond by angrily tackling the Inquisitor around the waist as the screen fades to black.
There will be a short scene afterwards where the Inquisitor and Sera are drinking together as says, "We really need a bigger gap between fighting and kissing. The Inquisitor can continue to see romantic cutscenes and conversations throughout the rest of the game.
Sera will confess how much she loves the Inquisitor's ability to stay herself despite all of the "Herald" stuff, and she can't wait to continue to stay by the Inquisitor's side.
The two of them will walk out on to the balcony, looking over the beautiful landscape together as the scene fades to black and the credits roll closing on a suggestion from Sera to push the bed off the balcony to see what happens. This section contains spoilers for: If the Inquisitor is still in a relationship with Sera during the events of TrespasserSera will ask the Inquisitor to marry her.
The Inquisitor can either say that it's enough that Sera is with her, or call her a loony and say, "All the yesses.
My boyfriend in Dragon Age: Inquisition broke my heart when he told me he was gay
You're the Herald thingy? Arrow in my face! Eat it, you lop-eared, son of an arse-nut rot-suck piece of And unless you don't eat, sleep, or piss, you're never far from someone little. The hole in the sky didn't start their war. Stupid people did that. I've got all this Chantry stuff in my head, and it makes sense, right?
I want to see if it's all really real. I just don't know if I want to really know. Sera is the first female companion who is an exclusive romance option for a female protagonist in the Dragon Age series.