Ferelden is a land of cold earth and warm hearths, of warm blood and cold hearts. When the Blight comes, no one is prepared. Not the king, not the soldiers, not even the great Grey Wardens of legend.
This leaves the role of hero to be appointed to an unwilling band of misfits, all brought together by fortuitous circumstance. With it grows a relationship between two improbable allies: A whore, daughter of an assassin, and an assassin, son of a whore.
Maker help them.
28 Jul 2017
The Warden Commander is a symbol of heroism and bravery. They saved Ferelden, and perhaps even all of Thedas, through the strength of their own will and perseverance. They are not invincible, however. Every once in awhile, after a dozen bloody days of battling darkspawn, after a 7-hour-long political dinner party, the Commander needs a break. During times like these, the Hero of Ferelden is known to slip a stack of tightly-bound letters from their pack, reading them until they regain the motivation to return to their duties.
These letters are rumored to be from a mysterious elven lover from Antiva, who misses his Warden very, very much.
Fandoms: Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age (Video Games)
31 Aug 2015
You have to wonder what people can get away with when they're speaking another language. They could be saying anything. Mutter a dirty joke, point out your terrible taste in fashion, or perhaps even declare their undying love for you. It would make no difference. You'd never know.
Zevran uses this miscommunication to his advantage. He cares deeply for the Warden, that much is clear. He's just not quite ready to admit it to them yet. So in the meantime, he uses his Antivan as an outlet for his confessions.
They'll never know. Right?