As players of this game series know, your actions in one place can have an impact on many other parts of the game.
One place where this becomes a problem is in completing side quests. I know it has happened in past dragon age games where if you advance the plot past a certain point, you lose the ability to do certain side quests (if you have not already done them).
I read somewhere (very unofficial) that this should be less of a concern in Inquisition, but now I am questioning that. There are a couple missions I think I missed out on and I am wondering if anybody can verify this, or maybe I am just going insane?
While I was in Haven, there were war table missions for "hard in hightown" in kirkwall. And once I completed it I swear I was given the choice of traveling to it (like when you first unlock an area, you will get a "quick" option to travel there immediately). I figured I would come back to it later since I was still very early in the game. Get to skyhold and that area is no longer there!
This also happened again with a similar mission after skyhold. Now I have completed the final hard in hightown mission on the board (there are multiple missions available over time), but this last one does not involve traveling.
I just seem to remember so clearly I had the option to travel to hightown while I was in Haven and I remember being very excited to see how it looked between the games... Now I am starting to think I was crazy, but that is a lot of detail for my mind to make up...
Is there a "hard in hightown" mission early in the game where you travel? Or no?