Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker is an animated film following the Seeker Cassandra as she thwarts a plot aimed to destroy the Chantry of Andraste. I watched the film and I thought it was terrible. It was predictable, the voice-acting was bad, and the fight scenes are pathetic. I don't hate EA, but all of this seemed like a ploy to get money out of Dragon Age fans. Don't buy the DVD or Blu Ray; you'll just end up disappointed. The cel-shaded animation is that great either.
Cassandra, a seeker--who just so happens to be from a clan of powerful dragon hunters-- hates Mages with a passion. She's hot-headed, shows no mercy, and likes to wear skirts when she fights. Her mentor, Byron, is the typical mentor that you've seen in many anime shows. He gives her the old, "I can't teach you anymore" drivel you hear all the time. Oh, did I mention that she hates Mages? Funimation and EA think that you're stupid, so they make sure that Cassandra reminds you that she hates those damn Mages. And what's a generic story without a love interest? Cassandra meets a man who was a friend of Byron's... and he just so happens to be a Mage! Wowwy zowwy, what crazy antics will come out of this reluctant alliance?
Now teamed up with a Mage (I can't remember his name, but it doesn't matter), Cassandra sets out to uncover the conspiracy and save the day. Of course, it's not as simple as it sounds. Especially when she has a cult of Blood Mages and an army of Seekers chasing after her.
This film has no redeeming qualities. Don't watch it.
Oh, and here's the shitty trailer.