Fandom: Dragon Age (Video Games), Dragon Age - All Media Types, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age: Inquisition
08 May 2017
Marian Hawke is captured by Templars when she's eight. She knows her father is a wanted apostate, so she gives her mother's name - Amell. The story of Marian Amell-Hawke's journey through both games. (f!Amell-f!Hawke)/Alistair/Fenris
26 Jan 2018
Meryell was a sellsword in the Fangs of Vimmark before the Conclave, hired as the best of the company to find her way in, get the job done, and get out to get the rest of her gold without getting caught. Now she's the supposed Herald for a religion she doesn't even believe in with magic tearing her palm open and no one that she trusts at her back. So she does the only things she knows how to do - fight and cuss - and leaves everything else to fall where it may.
Currently on unknown posting schedule.
- Part 1 of The Inquisition's Mercenaries
Fandoms: Dragon Age (Video Games), Dragon Age: Inquisition, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age - All Media Types
20 May 2016
Shortly after leaving Kirkwall behind (after siding with the mages and sparing Anders but ultimately unable to continue a relationship with a man who betrayed her trust), Hawke tries to find a new purpose: learning more about the red lyrium that played such a big role in all of this. Along the way, she reunites with Grey Warden Alistair Theirin.
(Yes, Hawke's name is a pun.)
Hawke stared at the headline of the paper he had just picked up at his favorite coffee shop. "The Champion, Hero or Menace?" read in big letters just below a blurry photo of the vigilante, blood smeared across his masked face, and two of his known associates, both glowing blue against the backdrop of the explosion. He moved his eyes the author of the article, which included an interview with Detective Aveline Vallen and Knight-Captain Cullen about the harm and help the vigilante was doing. Throwing the paper back on the table he sighed and picked up his latte. "I'm going to kill Varric."
The Champion knows the secret and not-so-secret identities of all of his friends, but they don't know each other once the masks come off. Sometimes that means the relationships they have during the day and at night are very different.
Because it's the perfect excuse for Anders and Fenris to do the do and hate each other's guts. And because DA2 translates very well into a superhero story.
Bookmarked by JedidahJo
27 Dec 2019