11 Sep 2015
The Iron Bull had never been out on a mission with the Inquisitor, not that he wouldn’t be willing, but the Inquisitor valued the work Bull does with the Chargers too much to want to split them up. Even so, the tales Varric tells in the tavern can’t be right. No mage in his right mind would go charging into the middle of a battlefield in armor that amounted to a bed sheet. It had to be Varric telling tall tales didn’t it? After all, if Dorian had done half the things Varric said he had the man should spent half his time in the healer’s tent rather than that drafty library he prefers.
But it’s ok, Iron Bull enjoys Varric’s tales…until things change and he starts seeing first hand just how crazy that mage from Tevinter really is. Now the question isn’t whether the stories are true but why the mage seems to have a deathwish. Bull decides the mage doesn’t just need a teammate he needs a keeper, and surprisingly enough he finds he’s willing to apply for the job.
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27 May 2017
13 Sep 2015
The so-called Herald of Andraste was a monster, the Elder One was unstoppable, and Dorian no longer had any reason to keep fighting.
Right up until he was presented with a way of undoing it all.
The sight of blood in an intimate moment triggers an intense flashback, leaving Dorian in an emotionally vulnerable state.
The Iron Bull and Dorian have been a 'thing' for a few months when the Inquisitor and Cassandra end their tumultuous romance. Technically, this has nothing to do with Dorian and Bull, except that Bull had always suspected that Dorian had been a little broken-hearted over Trevelyan not doing anything about the little flirt he had with the Tevinter mage.
And thus one majorly upset Inquisitor, a definitely not jealous Tal-Vashoth and a Tevinter mage caught in between all set off on a trip to Crestwood.
That can't possibly go wrong.
Most people, when they get into an accident first thing in the morning, do a lot of shouting. Dorian finds probably the only guy in Skyhold to be nice enough to offer him a ride.
Also known as: You hit my truck, but you're kind of cute and you look like you're having a bad day. Let me buy you breakfast.
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25 May 2017