Guide: World State


Table of Contents:


1. Our Adaptation

1.1. In-Game Date

1.2. Dragon Age 4

1.3. Final Word

2. Political Landscape

2.1. The New Divine: Cassandra Pentaghast

2.2. Regional Authorities

2.2.1. Anderfels

2.2.2. Antiva

2.2.3. Ferelden

2.2.4. Free Marches

2.2.5. Nevarra

2.2.6. Orlais

2.2.7. Rivain

2.2.8. Tevinter Imperium/Magisterium

2.2.9. Dwarves

2.2.10. Elves

2.2.11. Qunari

3. Choices & Outcomes

World State


The Inquisition has disbanded, leaving a power vacuum many would seek to exploit. The task of keeping the peace as well as reforming and rebuilding old institutions associated with the Andrastian Chantry falls to its new divine.

Some nations and its peoples, like the Tevinter Imperium and the Qunari, are currently at war with one another.

Other nations, like Ferelden, are once again beleaguered with internal conflicts and rebellions.

Even many of Thedas' long-standing factions, like the Grey Wardens, have fallen to disharmony from within its ranks.

Despite the varied states of upheaval within each nation, much of Thedas is still recovering from the Mage-Templar War. Both anti-mage and anti-templar sentiments remain in many parts of the world, to varying degrees, depending on how each populace had been affected by the brutal conflict. Magic-use, in general, has become exceedingly distrusted outside of the Imperium—although many are waiting to see what becomes of the new divine's reforms before making their opinions final. Most mages and templars who left the Circle of Magi and Templar Order, respectively, following the war have chosen to keep their prior affiliations with said factions a secret so as to begin life anew.

Current Month: Justinian
Current Year: 44th year of the 9th Age
Current Age: 9th or "Dragon"

Refer to the Chantry Calendar codex for help with understanding dates.

Warning: Spoilers from the actual Dragon Age game series below!

1. Our Adaptation

This is a community for roleplayers who are a fan of the world created for the Dragon Age series. Our game expands its focus beyond that of the main characters of the series overall, exploring relationships and plots that may or may not be "canon". While we will still explore the occasional "canon" plot, we follow our own timeline instead of being beholden to that which has been laid out in the books or the games. As such, some characters who died in the books or the games may still be alive in our own version of events. Below, or using the table of contents provided, you will find our game's canon fallout after the events of the prior DA games and DLCs. Remember, this is an adaptation—so not every outcome will be canon to the game's themselves.

1.1. In-Game Date

Our story begins, roughly, following the events of Trespasser (we will likely incorporate aspects of DA4's plots following its eventual release).

Refer to the Chantry Calendar codex for help with understanding dates.

1.2. Dragon Age 4

A fourth installment of the Dragon Age series, expanding on the Dread Wolf aka Solas plot, is currently in the works and a teaser trailer can be found here (link will open in a new window).

Given in-game implications that Tevinter will play a large part in that narrative, we're not as heavily invested in pre-constructing Tevinter gameplay areas just yet as we want to stay as canon as possible (we will build up these areas in-game after DA4 is released and we have a better notion of the upcoming, expanded lore).

These are also reasons why we won't have Solas as an available canon to roleplay with within our current game. Further consideraton being that he is simply too powerful of a canon for fair gameplay (we may introduce him as a moderator-run NPC later on, after DA4 is released).

1.3. Final Word

In order to familiarize yourself with our game prior to filling out an application, please refer to our Guides section where you'll find information on Character Creation, Main Plots, Rules & Mechanics, Posting Guidelines, Codices, as well as an even longer list of available Canon Charaters than the one shown in our World State below.

Please reach out to Administration if you have any concerns, or notice that the consequences of a canon event is missing from this list. Otherwise, please use our Questions About Canon Lore board for inquiries pertaining to canon characters, places, or events.

2. Political Landscape


2.1. The New Divine: Cassandra Pentaghast


• One month after the defeat of Corypheus, the Chantry named Cassandra as successor to the Sunburst Throne. Given the name Divine Victoria, she immediately enacted reform: a new Templar Order, and a new Circle of Magi. She issued a proclamation of support for the Inquisition, before it was dissolved, recognizing its service to all of Thedas. Cassandra continues her reign as Divine Victoria, working to ensure that the Inquisition's disbanding did not allow new enemies to rise.
• Cassandra managed to find some surviving Seekers and upheld her promise to show them the Book of Secrets. Those she deemed suitable were allowed to join her in restoring the Seeker order and she remained in the Hunterhorn Mountains, north of Orlais, for a short time.
• The Ben-Hassrath disavowed the Viddasala's actions. They assured Divine Victoria that, with the Inquisition disbanded, they consider their alliance to apply to her and the Chantry going forward.
• Not long after the Exalted Council, the Qunari launched new attacks against Tevinter. Their aggression caught the already unstable Imperium off guard. Tevinter was soon mired in a war many feared could spread across Thedas. Whispers in Val Royeaux suggested that the Qunari had asked Divine Victoria to assist them. None yet know of her answer.

Refer to the Andrastian Chantry codex for more information.

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2.2. Regional Authorities



2.2.1 Anderfels


HOUSE AUGUSTIN
• The king, Wilhelm Augustin, resides in Hossberg and generally ignores the citizens of the Anderfels as he is mainly interested in maintaining the order and comfort of the capital city to the exclusion of anything else. This distant monarch is protected by royal tribunals who also function to enforce the laws he creates; being a highly religious nation, these tribunals administer justice for the sake of "absolution".
• In 9:41 Dragon, Prince Baldewin, the king's only son, celebrated his third birthday and Inquisitor Trevelyan sent him a stuffed wyvern which sources say has become the young prince's his favourite companion (which he named Bernd).
• Wilhelm Augustin was a supporter of the Inquisition, sending them his own emissary directly.

NORTHERN WARDENS
• The Grey Wardens still have their original headquarters in Weisshaupt Fortress, in the Anderfels. The northern and southern Grey Wardens have since split into separate factions, however, with the latter opting for headquarters in Amaranthine, in Ferelden.
• In 9:41 Dragon, Valya and several other Warden-Recruits were assigned to Weisshaupt and began a research project into records from the Fourth Blight. While there, Valya discovered the diary of Isseya, a Grey Warden from the Exalted Age, which revealed that there was a clutch of live Griffons hidden at Red Bride's Grave. Valya, Caronel, Reimas and Sekah successfully rescued the griffons and returned them to Weisshaupt where they have the facilities to help the griffons re-establish themselves.
• It is the last place where the Grey Wardens have retained their importance over the centuries. They hold political power equal to an Orlesian baron or Fereldan teyrn, a power they have recently taken greater advantage of. Stationed at Weisshaupt, the First Warden is intended to be the commander of all Grey Wardens throughout Thedas, though in practice the entanglements of Anders politicking leave this individual functioning mainly as a figurehead. This results in considerable responsibility being laid at the feet of the regional Warden-Commanders. One of the tasks of the First Warden is to act as adviser to the preoccupied king in matters of state. Intriguingly, the First Warden has recently begun to criticize the nation's monarchy, suggesting that the leader of the Wardens is considering a grab for the throne.
• The Grey Wardens of Hossberg continue to clash with the Templars of Hossberg's Circle.

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2.2.2. Antiva

• It remains a plutocratic nation, and world centre for trade, but is still recovering from a civil war known as the "Three Queens" era that occurred sometime after the start of the Dragon Age.
• King Fulgeno II now reigns. He was the one who appointed Josephine Montilyet as an ambassador to Celene I. Officially, the line of kings in Antiva has remained unbroken for two and a half thousand years, but the monarchy is very weak and has virtually no army. The true power conferred strictly by wealth lies in the hands of a dozen merchant princes.
• Despite the lack of a strong military tradition, there is another reason why Antiva has rarely feared invasion: the infamous House of Crows, the most efficient, most feared, and most expensive guild of assassins in Thedas. Their fame is such that Antiva has no need of a standing army. No leader is willing to order an attack on her borders or to lead the troops due to fear of assassination. Even the Qunari leave the nation alone.
• According to Zevran, the Dalish in Antiva are more violent than those in Ferelden.

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2.2.3. Ferelden

• Though he won the support of many during the Landsmeet that ultimately decided who would sit on Ferelden's throne, not everyone in the nation supports King Alistair's claim to the crown. There are those who would still prefer the "Dowager Queen", Anora Theirin (née Mac Tir), as Ferelden's ruler. Some have even been bold enough to write to the King directly, all but demanding Anora's release from confinement. There have also been a few failed attempts at freeing her over the last thirteen years albeit those who had attempted these coups have already been captured or otherwise dealt with. In recent years, loyalists and royalists have had all the more reason to butt heads as the former have grown to become far more outspoken critics of Alistair's rule. The king and his chancellor, a former arl by the name Eamon Guerrin, have had and continue to navigate these murky waters in deciding when talk is simply talk or when it is talk with intention. The latter would, without question, be considered treason.

AMARANTHINE
• The Orlesian-born Warden-Commander Leonie Caron was hailed the Champion of Amaranthine after saving both the city and Vigil's Keep from destruction at the hands of darkspawn. The arling's capital continues to thrive to this day and, with a large Warden presence throughout Amaranthine overall, the southern Wardens have begun to build up a reputation of political sway in the region. Vigil's Keep serves as Ferelden's main base for the southern Grey Wardens—although Soldier's Peak, found along the Tarcaisne Ridge that separates Highever from Amaranthine, has resumed use by the Wardens as well.

DENERIM
• Spring of this year, after having just thwarted a similar Venatori plot, barrels of gaatlok were found hidden in Denerim's palace as part of a Qunari plot to take out the southern leadership and pave the way for Qunari invasion. The Inquisitor, Maxwell Trevelyan, discovered the plot during the Exalted Council and the barrels have since been removed before they could be detonated.
• Presently, between the likes of Arl Vaughan Kendells and Bann Nicola Baranti, Denerim remains not simply Ferelden's capital but is quickly becoming the Capital of Conspiracies overall. Kendells' fealty to the Crown remains dubious at best, as his support during the Landsmeet of years past had been born out of Aedan Cousland's freeing him in exchange for Vaughan's vote at the time. Baranti, on the other hand, has been weaving her webs in Denerim for decades—nonetheless she is beloved in the community, in part, for being a patron of the underdog.

EDGEHALL
• Gell Lendon became the new Arl of Edgehall in 9:32, though he was widely reviled - especially by the elves of Edgehall’s Alienage whom he famously mistreated. By 9:36, after the elves protested his treatment of them, Gell ordered to cut down and burn the Alienage’s vhenadahl. When a Dalish clan offered a new sapling to replace the vhenadahl, he ordered his men to confiscate it and the Dalish threatened to invade Edgehall if the sapling wasn't returned. Ser Aaron Hawthorne, who happened to be in Edgehall at the time, intervened and was able to retrieve the sapling and return it to the Alienage. By decree of King Alistair, Arl Gell remains forbidden to touch the new vhenadahl to this very day.

GWAREN
• During the Fifth Blight, Gwaren was rumoured to have been overrun by darkspawn but most of the population survived by leaving with ships.
• Many blame Mac Tir loyalists for inciting unrest in both Gwaren and Oswin, regions historically tied to the Mac Tirs—regardless of the source of such discord, these seemingly small rebellions have yet to be permanently resolved by the Crown which many fear could mean the possibility of another full-scale civil war in the future.

HAVEN
• The reconstruction of Haven has begun, largely funded by the repentant Arl Gallagher Wulff of West Hills, however progress has been slow given Haven's remote location and uncertain sentiments about the area by the Fereldan populace at large. At the behest of Marquis DuRellion, who has a modicum of claim over Haven through his Fereldan wife's family, King Alistair has commissioned a monument to be erected in the area to commemorate the lives lost during Corypheus' assault on the village.

LOTHERING
• Lothering, likewise, continued to suffer after enduring both the Fifth Blight and having been stuck in the crosshairs of the Mage-Templar War. Unlike Haven, it might have benefited from it's location along the Imperial Highway but the Fifth Blight poisoned the land. While it's accepted that it will take decades for the soil to recover, efforts are still underway to help heal the Blight-scarred village. Given that Arl Leonas Bryland abandoned them during the Fifth Blight, many displaced Lothering natives have already pledged fealty to other leaders of the Bannorn. Though not yet a desirable location, should the settlement one day prove fruitful again its fealty to the Bryland's seems unlikely. Possibly in consideration of this, or perhaps solely out of goodwill, banns closer to the area have begun to provide aid and resources to the once lucrative trading outpost's cause. Nonetheless, many still refer to the area as the Blightlands.
• The Grey Wardens have begun using the Blightlands as a training grounds for new recruits.

REDCLIFFE
• After the Fifth Blight, residents of Redcliffe Village, eager to leave the memory of the Blight behind them, gradually moved their settlement from the east side of Redcliffe Castle to the west. Old Redcliffe still exists, but has largely been abandoned. Also during this time period, Arl Teagan Guerrin married a Denerim foundry owner, and former native of Redcliffe, named Kaitlyn. When his wife's brother, Bevin, came of age Teagan named the young man the new Bann of Rainesfere.
• A little more than decade later, during the days of the revived Inquisition, Teagan and his family were driven out of Redcliffe by Magister Gereon Alexius and his Venatori forces. Eventually Alexius and his forces, along wih the rebel mages of the Mage-Templar War, vacated Redcliffe Village and life subsided back into normality. Arl Teagan resumed his duties as leader of the Arling.

HOUSE THEIRIN*
• Alistair is still the King of Ferelden, but he remains unmarried and has yet to produce an heir. So long as there remains no heir to the throne, Ferelden politics remain rife with tension.

* The Maric Theirin plot, from the novels, is optional to whomsoever adopts Alistair's canon. It can be pre-written into his post-Inquisition history, roleplayed as a new plot in-game, or ignored (for now).

HOUSE MAC TIR
• Anora remains sequestered, yet there are whispers of those who still support her claim to the throne regardless of whether or not the king marries or produces an heir.
• Unrest has been building in Gwaren for the last thirteen years and the people of Ferelden dread the possibility of a coup by Mac Tir loyalists or even the onset of another civil war.

HOUSE GUERRIN
• Eamon Guerrin serves as Chancellor and chief advisor to King Alistair Theirin. He is the King's designated Regent during the monarch's absences.
• Eamon's son, Connor, was sent to the Circle of Magi. After completing his Harrowing and becoming a full circle mage, Connor went on to undertake a formal study of The Fade in Tevinter before returning to Ferelden’s Circle—he later joined the mage rebellion in 9:40 though his true sympathies remained with the Circle and templars.
• Eamon’s wife, Isolde, died during the birth of their second child, sometime after the Fifth Blight, whom Eamon named Rowan, after his late sister, Queen Rowan Theirin (née Guerrin; the wife of King Alistair’s father, King Maric). Though Eamon raised Rowan with a loving hand, when she began to exhibit affinity for magic at a young age, not unlike her older brother, he gave her over to the Ferelden Circle for training—but continued to visit her and loved her no less than before.
• Teagan Guerrin took over the rule of Redcliffe as its new Arl and married a woman named Kaitlyn, while later delegating the bannorn of Rainsefere to his brother-in-law, Bevin, when the boy came of age.

HOUSE HOWE
• Nathaniel Howe continues to serve the Grey Wardens, reporting to Warden-Commander Leonie Caron as her second-in-command as the Constable of the Grey.
• Delilah Howe still lives somewhere in Ferelden with her husband and son.

HOUSE COUSLAND
• Fergus Cousland remains the Teryn of Highever. Though King Alistair remains unmarried himself, and as something of a jest shared between them, the monarch has been encouraging the widower to remarry.
• Though he did not romance any of his adventuring companions, it has recently come to light that the late Aedan Cousland had a thing for barmaids. Over the last decade, a number of Aedan's prior dalliances have come forward and presented the late Warden's still-living brother, Teryn Fergus Cousland, with the consequences of Aedan's carelessness—the consequences themselves being a number of children born out of wedlock, many of whom were conceived well before Aedan became posthumously named the Hero of Ferelden. As such, the Teryn's had his hands full over the last thirteen or so years.

HOUSE WULFF
• Arl Gallagher Wulff of West Hills continues to atone for his part in misguidedly aligning with the Venatori and the destruction of Haven. With the Inquisition disbanded and the Venatori likewise scattered, he no longer serves as a repentant spy for the former against the latter but continues to provide Haven's reconstruction efforts with financial support from his very own coffers.

Refer to the Ferelden codex for more information on this region.

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2.2.4. Free Marches

• Remains a group of various city-states (only recent activity in the Free Marches has been listed below).

• During the Fifth Blight, many Fereldan refugees fled to the Free Marches where many would stay for years to come.

• After reclaiming his title as Prince of Starkhaven, Sebastian Vael later led an invasion of Kirkwall. Though he requested support from the Inquisition, in helping him suppress the city's resistance forces led by Guard-Captain Aveline Vallen and to hunt down Anders' associates, the Inquisitor chose to send Cullen's military to bolster Aveline's resistance forces and repelled Sebastian's occupation forces back to Starkhaven.

KIRKWALL
• By 9:41, Kirkwall was ruled by Provisional Viscount Bran. He reluctantly assumed the office only because no one else familiar with the protocols wanted it. Bran spent much of his time negotiating with numerous would-be conquerors of the city while Captain of the Guard Aveline and the Kirkwall Militia ably defended it. He resumed his role as seneschal when a new Viscount was formally named.
• In the years after Corypheus' defeat, Varric Tethras funded numerous reconstruction projects in Kirkwall. His reconstruction efforts got the harbor and businesses running again and in recognition of his deeds, the nobles voted him in as the new Viscount of Kirkwall. As Viscount, Varric continued his work to rebuild the city's damaged infrastructure. Under his rule, the city-state finally resumed its place as the major trade-hub of the Free Marches. Relations between Kirkwall and Starkhaven have soured in recent years, however, due to Prince Sebastian's recent attempt of occupation of the former. His forces were driven out of Kirkwall with help from the Inquisition.

STARKHAVEN
• Sometime before it disbanded, the Inquisition arranged for an invitation to Prince Sebastian's birthday for Vaea and Ser Aaron Hawthorne, giving the former a secret assignment to free two Inquisition agents, Tessa Forsythia and Marius, who were captured breaking into the castle to steal a dangerous document from Sebastian, ostensibly an ally of the Inquisition. They were accompanied on this visit by Varric Tethras. According to Varric, Starkhaven is still "pretentious".
• Construction of a new Circle tower has commenced as its last tower was burned down in 9:31 Dragon.

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2.2.5. Nevarra

• Nevarra was on the verge of renewed conflict with its northern neighbor, Tevinter, over contested land rights but the Inquition stepped in to mediate the issue. In the end, the land in question was split down the middle.

HOUSE PENTAGHAST
• The current ruler of the nation is Markus Pentaghast, an old man of weak health and uncertain sanity. His rule has been condemned by those who claim his Mortalitasi advisers are ruling through him.
• Pentaghast and Van Markham relatives alike are vying to replace the old king, but some say it is time for the two ruling families to cede power to a new family.
• Ferdinand Pentaghast, younger brother of Markus, is the next in line to rule. However he is also old and has no interest in ruling, and neither brother have any known children. The future of the Pentaghast dynasty hangs in the balance.

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2.2.6. Orlais

• Centuries of expansionist behavior has contributed to Orlais having sour relations with its neighbours. The empire has invaded Ferelden twice, battled with Nevarra, organized four Exalted Marches against Tevinter, squandered favor with the Free Marches and crushed the Dales. However, they maintain a good relationship with the dwarves of Orzammar with which they share borders in the western side of the Frostback Mountains. The dwarves provide the empire with lyrium and minerals, as well as smithing. Lyrium is especially important as it is consumed by the Chantry's templars.
• There is a thriving thieves' guild in Orlais. In the capital it appears to operate at least in part in the sewers, making use of the "sous de gens", the poorest of the poor who live there. Elves may also join the local guild to make a living, willingly or unwillingly.

HOUSE VALMONT
• Empress Celene remains on the throne.
• The War of the Lions ended in 9:41 Dragon at the peace talks held in Halamshiral by Grand Duchess Florianne de Chalons. The Inquisition's presence was instrumental in determining that the three parties involved - Celene, Gaspard, and Briala - reconciled.
• Celene granted Briala the title Marquise of the Dales.

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2.2.7. Rivain

• Rivain is ruled by a queen*.
• The Rivaini continue to have a peaceful relationship with the elves. Rivain is also home to the only peaceful Qunari settlement on the continent: Kont-aar in northern Rivain. Qunari emissaries are also common sight in Rivaini settlements; however, they stay away from the nobility.
• Unlike the majority of peoples in Thedas, the Rivaini are not Andrastians and don't believe in the Maker. Rather, they are pantheists who believe in the Natural Order. As such, many hold to the belief that their god and the universe are the same. Though Rivain's royalty is still Andrastian, the Chantry lacks any authority beyond the capital of Dairsmuid.
• By 9:40 Dragon, when the other Circles rose up, the Chantry sent Seekers across the bay from Ayesleigh to investigate the Circle at Dairsmuid. The Seekers found them mixing freely with their families, training female mages in the traditions of the seers, and thus denounced them as apostates. Bloodshed followed as the Chantry thereafter sent a small army of templars who invoked the Right of Annulment. This act further fueled the Mage-Templar War to come. Rivaini mages are, understandably, skeptical about the new Divine's attempts to reform and rebuild the aforementioned orders.

* Name unknown.

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2.2.8. Tevinter Imperium/Magisterium

• As of 9:41 Dragon, the Imperium has been governed by Archon Radonis. In regards to the war with the so-called 'Elder One' and his Venatori, Tevinter had no "official" ties to the cult itself.
• The Imperium was already on the verge of renewed conflict with its southern neighbor, Nevarra, over contested land rights when the Qunari launched new attacks against Tevinter not long after the Exalted Council had been called.
• Not long after the Exalted Council, the Qunari launched new attacks against Tevinter. Their aggression caught the already unstable Imperium off guard. Tevinter was soon mired in a war many feared could spread across Thedas. Whispers in Val Royeaux suggested that the Qunari had asked Divine Victoria to assist them. None yet know of her answer.
• By 9:44 Dragon, rumours that a major Qunari invasion of Ventus was imminent became widespread. The city just recently fell to Qunari forces.

Refer to the Tevinter Imperium codex for more information on this region.

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2.2.9. Dwarves

• In Orzammar, King Bhelen quickly proved himself a reformer. Trade with the surface lands increased and caste restrictions were loosened. The casteless were permitted to take arms against the darkspawn in exchange for new freedoms. Bhelen's reforms quickly found him enemies within the warrior and noble castes, however, and after several assassination attempts, the Assembly was dissolved. The king then ruled alone—some said as a tyrant, others said as a visionary determined to drag Orzammar into the modern world.
• For the first time in generations, the line in the Deep Roads was pushed back, and a few thaigs were reclaimed.
• In 9:41 Dragon the Inquisition allied with Orzammar because of their common enemy and the latter became the former's sole supplier of lyrium. However things were not well in the city, with the turmoil happening on the surface, including the days of the Orlesian Civil War, the food imports from the surface were severely decreased, causing widespread food riots and civil unrest. Orzammar continues to recover from this difficult time with King Bhelen seeking to establish new, stable trade agreements. A number of his ambassadors have been sent to the newly unified Orlais, and other regions, to negotiate terms.

Refer to the Dwarves section of the Races codex for more information on this race.

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2.2.10. Elves

• After the events at the Winter Palace, many elves left the Inquisition under mysterious circumstances, as did elven servants across Thedas. None could say where they went but those who believed the Inquisitor's story about Fen'Harel wondered just how large the Dread Wolf's forces were... and what the ancient elven rebel had planned. An inquest into the matter bore little enlightenment.*
• The City Elves of Edgehall's Alienage, in western Ferelden, continue to resent Edgehall's arl. Gell Lendon became the new Arl of Edgehall in 9:32, though he was widely reviled and famously mistreated the elves of his region. By 9:36, after the elves protested his treatment of them, Gell ordered to cut down and burn the Alienage’s vhenadahl. When a Dalish clan offered a new sapling to replace the vhenadahl, he ordered his men to confiscate it and the Dalish threatened to invade Edgehall if the sapling wasn't returned. Ser Aaron Hawthorne, who happened to be in Edgehall at the time, intervened and was able to retrieve the sapling and return it to the Alienage. By decree of King Alistair, Arl Gell remains forbidden to touch the new vhenadahl to this very day.†

* This storyline was taken from the Trespasser DLC, following Solas’ disappearance.

† This storyline was taken from Bioware's "Dragon Age: Knight Errant" five-part comic.

Refer to the Elves section of the Races codex for more information on this region.

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2.2.11. Qunari

• With the Dragon's Breath conspiracy disrupted, the Qunari retreated back to the North.
• The Ben-Hassrath disavowed the Viddasala's actions. They assured Divine Victoria that, with the Inquisition disbanded, they consider their alliance to apply to her and the Chantry going forward.
• Not long after the Exalted Council, the Qunari launched new attacks against Tevinter. Their aggression caught the already unstable Imperium off guard. Tevinter was soon mired in a war many feared could spread across Thedas. Whispers in Val Royeaux suggested that the Qunari had asked Divine Victoria to assist them. None yet know of her answer.
• By 9:44 Dragon, rumours that a major Qunari invasion of Ventus was imminent became widespread. The city just recently fell to Qunari forces.

Refer to the Qunari section of the Races codex for more information on this race.

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3. Choices & Outcomes

If you're looking for the decisions made by each main protagonist of the Dragon Age installments, please refer to their respective codices:

Codex: The Hero of Ferelden

Codex: The Champion of Amaranthine (the Orlesian Warden origin)

Codex: The Champion of Kirkwall

Codex: The Inquisitor

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