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Dragon Age: Redemption

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Dragon Age: Redemption
Created byFelicia Day
Written byFelicia Day
Directed byPeter Winther
StarringFelicia Day
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6 (List of episodes)
CinematographyJohn Bartley
Original release
ReleaseOctober 10, 2011 (2011-10-10)

Dragon Age: Redemption is a six-part webseries based on the Dragon Age video game series developed by BioWare. It was created by and stars Felicia Day, creator and star of the webseries The Guild.[1] Day plays Tallis, an Elven assassin.[1][2] Filming began in early January 2011 and Day enlisted the help of many prior Hollywood acquaintances.

The web series premiered on October 10, 2011,[3] as a tie-in to the Dragon Age II DLC pack Mark Of The Assassin which was released on October 11, 2011.



List of episodes[edit]

# Title Original airdate
1"Tallis"October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10)
Introduces the protagonist, initially referred to as "Athlok", who is tasked by the Qunari to recapture a rogue Qunari mage, who was originally captured and imprisoned in Kirkwall by the templars but managed to break out of captivity. She is promised to have her title - Tallis - returned, if she succeeds. In her search she crosses paths with a templar named Cairn, who is tracking the same mage.[4]
2"Cairn"October 24, 2011 (2011-10-24)
Tallis has a religious clash with Cairn, but saves him in the Dalish encampment. In the encampment they pick up another travelling companion - Josmael - a Dalish apostate. This episode gives a deeper insight into Thedas's lore.[5]
3"Josmael"November 7, 2011 (2011-11-07)
Tallis and her companions continue on tracking the Saarebas. Josmael reveals he is a talented healer, and Tallis puts his skills to a grim test.[6]
4"Nyree"November 21, 2011 (2011-11-21)
Tallis hires the mercenary reaver Nyree for her quest and fills in with her back-story and motivation for tracking the Saarebas. The episode reveals some more of Qunari lore.[7]
5"Mercenaries"December 11, 2011 (2011-12-11)
This episode delves into the back-story and motivations of Cairn, as the companions have an inside clash when he tries to kill Josmael and is in turn stopped by Nyree.[7]
6"Saarebas"December 25, 2011 (2011-12-25)
The heroes finally manage to track down the Saarebas, who is preparing a blood magic ritual to open a rift into the Fade. Josmael tries to rescue his bride-to-be only for her to reveal she's helping the Qunari willingly. In the resulting confusion, he fatally stabs her. Tallis, Cairn, and Nyree enter the fray. Tallis manages to stop the ritual, causing the angered Qunari mage to fire a lightning bolt at her. Cairn jumps in front of her and is killed. Tallis subdues the Saarebas and slits his throat against her orders. After burying the templar, Nyree leaves to escort Josmael home before heading back to Nevarra, while Tallis goes back to report to her superiors.


S. Jim Browski of movie review website AintItCoolNews.com writes:

The series is innovative in the respect that it pushes the boundaries of the media experience, having a character that exists in not only live action webseries but also within a videogame. I appreciate her innovation, and hope she continues to push the limitations of what the Hollywood machine and media enable her to do. I have enjoyed the series so far and if you’re a fan of the fantasy genre it is another well produced by Felicia Day.[8]

SteveGarbage of GreyWardens.com also reviewed the series favorably.[4]


  1. ^ a b Felicia Day. "Felicia Day Blog Archive: Dragon Age: Redemption". Retrieved November 17, 2014.
  2. ^ "Felicia Day breathes fire into 'Dragon Age' series". USATODAY.COM. Retrieved November 17, 2014.
  3. ^ "Comic-Con icon Felicia Day, LA Times". Los Angeles Times. September 25, 2011. Retrieved November 17, 2014.
  4. ^ a b DA:Redemption – “Tallis” Review, GreyWardens.com
  5. ^ DA:Redemption – “Cairn” Review, GreyWardens.com
  6. ^ DDA: Redemption – “Josmael” Review, GreyWardens.com
  7. ^ a b DA: Redemption – Eps. 4 and 5 Review, GreyWardens.com
  8. ^ ambush bug (November 15, 2011). "AICN's Wide World of Web Series. November 15th, 2011". Aint It Cool News. Retrieved November 17, 2014.

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