Ooh, fun thought:

So there are all these parallels between Solas and the Maker, right?

So what if Andraste’s message was misinterpreted over the years (and via wartime propaganda even during her own life) and the Bride of the Maker was actually a prophecy?

Referring, of course, to a woman who would win the Maker’s regard so highly that she stopped him from condemning the other people of the world to suffer for their sins. Not Andraste herself. A vision she saw, of what would need to happen in order to stop the end of the world one day.

Ok whoah, @feynites you are blowing my mind with this! I actually like it a great deal. Far more than I should because it gives me hope of redeeming the Egg. 

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