Originally Posted by OneManArmy
I think Minthara is feminine, which is great. Femininity is not necessary should be an archetype "Damsel in distress"

She can be sentimental and sweet in certain moments, strong and confident in some moments, cruel sadistic in some, but at the same time remains feminine. Masculinity is Cassandra of the Dragon Age of the Inquisition, a hideous character. Minthara is fine with that.

No.. Cassandra was actually very feminine, more so than Minthara, atleast from what I've seen so far. Are you just comparing their appearence? Because I am talking about behavior, personality. Dragon age actually didn't have any masculine females. Lae'zel is a good example of a masculine female, and I would consider the romance if she was monogomous, which she is not.