Perhaps you didn't realise it but a lot of the "fantasy" character names in Dragon age are actually common Irish names of Celtic Origin. Quite fitting I think given the Celtic links to the Arthurian legends. Unfortunately (if you are Irish like me) the game developers chose to go with an Anglicised pronunciation of the names that sounds completely wrong to an Irish ear. Of course it is just a game and they are entitled to pronouce the words any way they like but if you are interested in the "correct" Irish pronunciations here are some of the ones I spotted:
Eamon: should be "Ayemon" not "Eee-mon" (I have a brother called Eamon so I should know :) )
Riordan: should be "Reardun" not "Reeoredan"
Niall: should be "Nile" or perhaps "Neel" but not "N-eye-al"
Fergus: should be "Fur-gus" (don't remember how it is pronounced in game)
Connor: Well its just "Connor", I think they got this one right :)
Bodhan: should be "budan" Can't remember what they did with this.
There were a few others that I can't remember now but it is clear to me that the scriptwriters used a lits of common Irish names as one of their inspirations.It is interesting to note that they have generally used modern spelling suggesting they used a list of modern Irish names rather than getting names from older celtic legends.