Subnautica Below Zero: Where are the Trivalve?

In Subnautica: Below Zero you get a companion creature similar to the Cuddlefish in the original Subnautica game. It’s called the Trivalve, and there are two different color patterns for your little friend: blue and gold. The trivalve does various play actions after it is hatched and released into the ocean. These include: tickling its nose, stroking its head, giving it with a rock, or feeding it treats. There are six total eggs in the world, four of which are blue and two are gold. Since I did a post similar to this for Subnautica with the Cuddlefish, I thought I’d make one for the Trivalve.

Dragon Age Origins: Most to Least Favorite Companions

Dragon Age: Origins is one of my favorite games of all time. I have completed the game around six to eight times, and will probably replay it many more times. I’ve already done a post an my most to least favorite companions in Dragon Age II and Dragon Age: Inquisition, but I haven’t done one for Dragon Age: Origins. I have played the DLCs so unlike the other posts, I will be including them in this post as I do know their characters. Though they aren’t as high on the list as I haven’t played the DLCs as much so their characters don’t stand out to me as much.

Dragon Age II: Most to Least Favorite Companions

Though the storyline of Dragon Age II is less than to be desired, it introduces some of my favorite characters. The game overall just feels too rushed like they were trying to pack in everything in preparation for Dragon Age: Inquisition (DAI) while at the same time keeping up with the success of Dragon Age: Origins (DAO). And unlike DAI, I don’t outright hate any of the companions. I think some of them make really terrible decisions, but they all thought they were doing the right thing. Unlike Solas! I can’t get over his character arc. Every time I replay the game, it feels jaded because I know what his character does/did. But we’re not talking about the companions of DAI, I already did a post on that a little while ago. Today we’re focusing on my most to least favorite Companions in Dragon Age II.

Now this does not include Sebastian Vael who you can get as a companion in the Exiled Prince DLC mainly as I’ve never played that DLC so I have no judgement on his character.

Mass Effect: Most to Least Favorite Companions

I haven’t really talked about this video game on my blog that often. I freaking love Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2. I also can’t bring myself to play Mass Effect 3 past the first cut scene and the fact that I know the ending is a major let down that goes against everything you’ve done in the games. I do want to get Andromeda just to see what it’s like since it’s basically “the next generation”. So with that in mind, I wanted to go over my most to least favorite companions in Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 since a good portion are available in both games.

Dragon Age Inquisition: My Most to Least Favorite Companions

I thought it would be a fun idea to rank the companions in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Because I definitely have my favorites that I always bring around with me when I’m traveling throughout Thedas. So why not rank them from most to least?! Now for storyline, I would put them in a different order just as Solas seriously would be on top then. But I’m ranking them in how often I’m putting them in my party. And to be honest The Iron Bull and Cassandra tie for how often they come with me. But if I ever bring Dorian with then you know The Iron Bull is coming, as I love their banter.