You know the drill: You start Dragon Age: Inquisition. You make a character. You play through the opening cutscene and realize that your character looks like a duck. You restart and try again.
I have restarted Dragon Age: Inquisition… a lot of times. Like I advised in my tips post, I think it's almost always worth it to restart, even if you're a ways into the game. Better to replay a few hours with a character you love than spend 80+ hours playing as a character you don't love.
It's something of a time-honored tradition with games like this, to the point where I wish developers like BioWare would just cut the shit and let us watch our characters act out a few cutscenes and conversations before we confirm our design. Well, that or just give us the option to re-make our character's appearance mid-game.
I'm curious how many times each of you has restarted Dragon Age: Inquisition. It's fine if you just ballpark it, but if you really want to know, you can also go into the load game screen and select "switch character," and it'll list every character you've saved a game for, which should reflect how many different characters you've made.
And a second poll, because I'm also curious how much time you were willing to sacrifice to get things right: