Gifts for cjulina
List of Gifts
Conscripted by Smutnug for cjulina
14 Sep 2019
Inspired by cjulina's fic Claimed (with thanks for letting me poke my nose into her AU!) I recommend you read it for more context, and because it's excellent.
Years before Claiming became official policy of the Chantry, Neria Surana found herself faced with an impossible choice. Death, Tranquillity, or conscription into the Grey Wardens...on the condition that she allowed herself to be bound, body and soul, to a young Warden.
25 Aug 2019
** Inspired by and based on the "Claimed-verse" by cjulina, who was gracious enough to let me play in her sandbox.**
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Life is dangerous for Thedas mages - especially for apostates in Kirkwall. A few years before the mage rebellion began in earnest, the Chantry issued a new mandate for caught apostates. They were to be killed, made Tranquil...or Claimed. The new Rite of Claiming binds a mage to the Templar who takes them, and forces them to submit to the Templar's will, for good or for ill. The reasoning for this new Rite - as dubious and given to grave abuses as it is - is that it provides a middle ground between the finality of death, and the complete erasure of a mage's self through Tranquility.
Templar Marion Hawke is opposed to the Claiming, but is forced by circumstances to reluctantly admit that it might be the only way to save Thedas' most defiant mage. This is the story of a reimagined Warrior!Hawke and her complicated relationship with a canon Anders, who she tries to rescue the only way she knows how. As Kirkwall slowly goes insane around them, they both wrestle with the ultimate question surrounding the choice to Claim him: can anything good ever come from evil?
- Part 4 of Claimed
For King and Country by Fen_Assan for cjulina
29 Dec 2016
Alone in her bed for entirely too long, Hawke is getting twitchy. When she meets the King of Ferelden, she unexpectedly discovers she might like a partner in more than just her bed.
Written as a two-chapter Secret Santa gift fic, but it seems like the story wants to be told past that. ;)