Although some Twitter deputies believed that Dragon Age would be a "woke disaster," the Oxford dictionary''s definition of the word "woke" is to be "alert to injustice in society, especially racism." However, many people now believe that it now means "when gays exist," which is a substantial thing to be wary of. Deputies, however, Dragon Age has always been pretty awake.
Devs from Dragon Age have visited Twitter to express their belief that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will continue in the franchise''s fiery history of being a wake disaster, confirming that yet again, the gays will exist in Thedas.
"If "woke" means representation, then it''s been confirmed. Happy #PrideMonth yall!" says the director of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
Corinne Busche, the creative director, enlisted the help of John Epler, and said, "Damn we lost the strange, creepy Twitter dude demographic."
Former Dragon Age gamers have jumped in and confused about how anyone might anticipate a Dragon Age game to be woken.
"Was it ever taken? not ''woke'' by their standards? Maybe we should have tried harder,'' says previous creative director Mike Laidlaw.
"I''m very sorry for you both," David Gaider says in his response. "I hear that such wakingness requires a laser-like focus that excludes *anything* else. "It''s like quality! Is Jesus following Christ, [...] do I need to remind you to''make it successful again?"
Epler says he will force writer Patrick Weekes to work a "double shift in the awake mines" because as we all know, placing minorities in a game will take up an entire development cycle. The replies guys have cracked the code.
We''ll get more Dragon Age news early, but it isn''t the scoop of the century, and "it will be awake." We should be getting another huge trailer soon, even if it isn''t this year.