UPDATE: Hi to all! Well gang, I finally did it! I created a mod in which Alistair ordered Anora's execution. Just in the Epilogue by learning how to make custom slides (special thanks to Sunjammer, Sky & Kajana--I couldn't have done it without all your help; you guys are the best! ). If anyone out there wants to learn how to make epilogue slides for this (or any purpose) just send me a PM & I'll be glad to walk you through the process I used.
As for creating an actual cutscene for the Landsmeet, it turns out that when making a cutscene--any cutscene--you are constrained by the animations contained in the Toolset. So my original idea for Anora pulling the dagger from her sleeve & going after Alistair isn't likely feasible (glad you liked the idea all the same cybermouse2--thanks for the kind words ) . But there is a viable alternative. Remember the scene at the Joining where Jory briefly engages Duncan in combat before Duncan runs him through? Since those animations exist in the game, it should be possible to use them w/ Anora & the Warden swapped in for Jory & Duncan respectively. The new scene could play out as follows:
After Eamon orders the guards to take Anora into custody, Anora declares, "It will never happen. Not if the Maker himself appeared in this room and commanded it!" Cut to Anora pulling a sword like Jory did, then briefly dueling the Warden until she gets run through. Anora then collapses to the floor & dies face down in a pool of her own blood.
The only issue if Anora is executed @ the Landsmeet is that this could only work if Alistair is still alive at the end of the game so that there is someone left to rule Ferelden. Therefore any mod in which Anora dies in the Landsmeet would have to make certain that Alistair lives. The best option for that (as someone far wiser in these matters than I pointed out; thanks again Kajana! ) would be if it required the player to leave Alistair at the City Gates before heading into the final battle if the player refused Morrigan's offer. All the same, I'm still going to take this on. Anora deserves it & I'm certain there are plenty of those out there who would agree. I'll keep you posted!
Till next time!
Edited by FIREFLY11, 08 March 2020 - 10:57 AM.