Daily Archives: January 30, 2015

What follows is a brief overview of all the companions. There are two aspects to each of their stories. The first is what they do. The second is how Hawke reacts to what they do. Fittingly, Hawke plays a large part in each of their lives, but the most poignant moments aren’t really moments at all, they’re the attitudes Hawke takes with each character during the years they collaborate. Hawke’s reaction to a character’s behavior can make their story easier to bear, or all the more tragic. It’s a different kind of agency, more peripheral, but just as impactful.

The Family History: Part Two