BioWare at GaymerX2


We’re excited to return to GaymerX again for another year to celebrate its inclusive mantra #EveryoneGames! If you’re planning on attending the convention, here’s a rundown of panels and signings where you can find David Gaider, Jessica Merizan, Robyn Theberge, Karin Weekes, and Patrick Weekes throughout the weekend. For those of you at home, we’re hoping to record and upload some coverage of the event to share with you.

Friday July 11

  • Opening Ceremonies & Keynote (with David Gaider, 9:55AM Grand Ballroom)

Saturday July 12

  • Yes, And? An Improvised Approach to Inclusion (with David Gaider, 12:00PM Room A)
  • Meet BioWare’s David Gaider (2:00PM Room B)
  • Building a Better Romance (with David Gaider, Jessica Merizan, Robyn Theberge, Karin Weekes, Patrick Weekes; 3:30PM Room A)

Sunday July 13

  • Freaking out the Neighbors (with David Gaider, Jessica Merizan, Robyn Theberge, Karin Weekes, Patrick Weekes; 11:00AM Room A)
  • BioWare Developer Signing (with David Gaider, Robyn Theberge, Karin Weekes, Patrick Weekes; 1:00PM Room C)

You can find the entire schedule here! Enjoy some of our panels from last year here!


Sera Character Kit


Sera is impulsive and revels in the moment. For her, it’s not about what’s right, it’s about what’s right now. In the Friends of Red Jenny, she humbled authority and had fun doing it. But now the nobility are being not just selfish but blind. War, demons, a torn sky: these are more than troubling—they’re terrifying. Fortunately, Sera and her “friends” can be frightening, too, and if she needs to put an arrow through some baddies so regular people can sleep at night, so be it. Sera fights for those caught in the middle, but she also needs order restored. The world has to be normal so she can play.

You can find the kit here.

Full body
Legging Pattern

Under the Horns

Meet the voice behind the Iron Bull! Freddie Prinze Jr. tells us what it’s like to take on the mantle of the biggest, baddest, toughest mercenary in all of Thedas.

Lonely No More

A few weeks ago, we sent out a plea for you to send us stuff to cover one of the walls in our Montréal studio. We posted it online, shared it through social media, then sat back and thought, “Well, hopefully that works.”

First came the emails full of cosplay on catwalks, stories about Shepard, and portraits of Mordin.

Then the mail carriers showed up with paintings, pictures, and even a framed needlepoint. Some were funny, others touching, and plenty sentimental. You showed us your Shepard, wrote letters about your experiences, and took Garrus for a day at the beach. It was a wonderful outpouring of support, and every day, we looked forward to seeing what else might come in.

And now that it’s all been counted, sorted, and arranged in a neat pile, all we have left to do is hang it up.

Thank you to everyone who helped us fill our lonely wall. It won’t be sad for much longer.