FenHawke: I Almost Lost You
The information was good, or it better be. There was no time to make mistakes. If this wasn't the place then it would be too late. He tried to remain calm, to not let the panic show on his face, but it was hard. When Varric had come back without Fenris he felt a lump in his gut, and when he found that the elf had been taken by the Tevinter Mages that weight only grew. The fear crept in again as he allowed himself to think about it. They were going to take his memories again, make him a blank slate so he couldn't fight them and then use him as Denarius had. He could not allow that to happen. Not to Fenris. Not ever again.
"I think this is it." Varric said, pointing to the large estate. "Based on what that information broker told me this should be that bastards place."
"Then let's pay him a friendly social call." Hawke said, gripping his staff.
"We should be careful. Who knows how many shades and demons we'll face. There could be over a dozen blood mages inside." Anders was lo
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Pressing his head against the cool stone of the fireplace as the flames leapt wildly warming his legs, Ciaran replayed the moments before with Aveline, needing to burn them into his memory. Something he had often failed to do with Bethany, Carver and Mother, something he regretted as their memories faded daily.
"Hawke, I can't " Aveline said in wonder looking at the small treasure Ciaran had placed in her upturned palm.
"You can and will Aveline; she would have wanted you to have it." Ciaran had said gently, his hands closing over hers.
Ciaran had considered Aveline family since their escape from Lothering, even more so now that she was all he had left. He was happy that he had been able to give her and Donnic the wedding day that they had wanted, anything to fill the quiet mansion.
Tears brimmed Avelines eyes as she threw her arms around Ciaran and pulled him in for a rare hug. "I will treasure this." She had whispered into his shoulder before turning away.
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He should just go up and knock on the door. The idea repeated itself in his mind, as he stood hidden by the overgrown ivy that covered the benched trellis, his hands idly tearing apart fragile leaves in an attempt at distraction.
Even with the weekly reading lessons and the occasional quest, the awkwardness remained; an awkwardness that was his fault alone. Hawke had made every effort to remain close, the least he could do was try.
The sound of shuffling feet brought Fenris out of his thoughts as he shrank into the foliage to assess any danger. The streets, despite Hawke's attempts at clearing them out, were still not entirely safe, even in Hightown.
What he saw caused his insides to twist as a low growl emitted from his throat.
"Anders." He hissed under his breath as the mage neared.
Fenris watched with dismay as Bohdan let Anders inside the Hawke estate. Fenris immediately determined that Anders must be there to talk Ciaran into joining his futile cause once again, a mages
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“Why have you done this?” Fenris eventually repeated and faced her, so calm and restrained that Hawke immediatly became vigilant and slowly stood up. Although weakened, she still was able to hold her ground and look him into the eyes.
"When your mother appeared at my threshold and asked me to look for you in an “unusual” way, I already anticipated that you would be doing something foolish. But this.... THIS...” The anger returned into his eyes, even stronger than before, blazing and uncontrolled. “Haven’t your HEARD what I have told you? Did you think I described the pain WORSE than it had been?” Slowly he was coming back to her and forced her to move until her back hit stone and she was trappd between the wall and his body. “Do you really believe that I would witness again how a mage gains power with the help of this PERVERTED ritual??”
Rage radiated in heat from his body, and she knew that it wo