Wicked Grace 01: Divine Intervention


Welcome to Wicked Grace: A Dragon Age Podcast! On today’s episode, we’re tackling the Divine Election from Dragon Age Inquisition. CC and Katelyn discuss the Divine Election in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Which Divine Victoria is best for Thedas, and which one is most likely to plunge the entire Dragon Age setting into a chaotic nightmare from which there is no escape? Which candidate most wants to lead the Chantry, and which one least wants to sit atop the Sunburst Throne? All this and more on our very first episode.

Please note: Fluctuating audio quality is due to neighbors who continuously play Rock Band at all hours of the day and night, in this, the year 2017. We are working to prevent these issues in upcoming episodes — thanks for bearing with us!



Notes & References:

Here are some links to Youtube videos for quick catch-up (or to see the endings you didn’t get in your playthrough!):


Divine Leliana Epilogue Slideshow: Unhardened


Divine Leliana Epilogue Slideshow: Hardened


Divine Leliana Trespasser Epilogue: Unhardened 


Divine Leliana Trespasser Epilogue: Hardened 


Divine Cassandra Epilogue:



Divine Cassandra Trespasser Epilogue:


Divine Vivienne Epilogue:


Divine Vivienne Trespasser Epilogue:



A Heartfelt Addendum:

Thank you to everyone who is joining me for this podcast! I am a huge fan of Dragon Age and look forward to talking to a bunch of other folks who love the franchise as much as I do. I’d love to hear your ideas for topics you’d like me to cover, and your feedback on this episode! Dragon Age is a series with a lovely fan community and I am so excited to share this project with fellow fans.


CC Calanthe

CC Calanthe

If you prick your finger and write “Cat Fancy” on your mirror during a harvest moon, CC will appear behind you and make you put human clothes on your pets. CC is Head Crone in Charge at POMEgranate Magazine, as well as the co-host of Moon Podcast Power MAKE UP!!

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