As far as RPGs go, I think Dragon Age: Inquisition and the Dragon Age series of games are right up there with the Final Fantasy series and the Elder Scrolls. Sure the gameplay can be questionable at times, but the storylines, characters, and development are amazing. I would be excited to see a Dragon Age Cinematic Universe that explored the different backstories of the characters while exploring the world of Dragon Age and its Cinematic Universe.
THE DRAGON AGE CINEMATIC UNIVERSE (DACU)
I. Dragon Age: The Movie
This movie would explore the world of Dragon Age, moving along the storyline that the game followed for those who weren't familiar with it and introducing the world to the characters of Dragon Age and the different races and countries involved. This would set the stage for the entire universe.
II. The Rogue's Story
Varric is one of the most interesting and fun characters in the Dragon Age series. His wit and sarcasm are matched only by his skill with his crossbow, Bianca, and his loyalty to Hawke. A prequel exploring his origins, how he acquired Bianca, and the adventures that led him to where he met Hawke and became involved in the original Dragon Age story would definitely be a movie worth seeing!
III. The Queen of the Eastern Seas
Isabela is the former captain of the pirate ship, the Siren's Song, and is something of a mystery in the game, but short story is: she's an all around bad ass. Her history is revealed only in pieces in the game, but is more delved into in the comic series. She has a pivotal role in Dragon Age II but her backstory would be make a fascinating movie because it captures so many different elements: love, violence, murder, adventure... How she ended up in Kirkwall and her relationship with Hawke are something that I think audiences would really enjoy. Also, it would be a great way to get some background on the Qunari and how she got involved with them while giving audiences a strong female lead.
IV. Justice and Vengeance
Anders is yet another fascinating character from the Dragon Age series. This particular story could even add an element of horror to the DACU and significant depth to the already deep story. Anders' is a story that is both scary and almost inspirational (strange I know, but hear me out). I love supernatural horror movies, particularly those that involve possession of some sort. So the idea that someone INTENTIONALLY merges with a spirit but blurring the line between justice and vengeance. It sounds like an amazing superhero movie on its own! This would be an amazing addition to the DACU.