I can already see it... The different endings to the game...All nations unite against the Darkspawn threat. A great battle ensues, with these completely different outcomes:1. Your Inquisitor uses powerful magic or an artefact to destroy all Darkspawn forever. A red magic blast spreads across the world. Everyone rejoices.2. Your Inqusitor uses powerful magic or an artefact to control all Darkspawn in the world, making them slaves to the humanoid races. A blue magic blast spreads across the world.3. Your Inquisitor uses powerful magic or an artefact to make a symbiosis of all humanoid races and the Darkspawn, creating a perfect race with green glowing eyes. A green magic blast spreads across the world.Of course, in the Destruction ending, it can happen that you destroy all living beings along with the Darkspawn, leaving the world desolate and void of life, but that only happens if you don't have enough Battle Readiness, which is acquired if you play Multiplayer and buy the day-one DLC.The Warden and Hawke appear in one scene, and they have no impact on the story at all, nor do your choices in the previous games.After the ending, the camera switches to an elderly person reading a bed-time story to his grandson in year 2148. He says something that's supposed to sound mysterious and deep, and his grandson goes to sleep. The grandpa then sits in front of the TV and watches as Humanity discovers an alien artefact on Mars which allows for intergalactical Faster-Than-Light travel, and they call it a Mass Relay.