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Jonathorn Bowhart (Neverwinter Nights: SoU/HotU)
Character No#15 (Neverwinter Nights: Shadow of Undrentide & Hordes of the Underdark)
Name: Jonathorn Bowhart
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: A small, unnamed human village west of Sundabar, the Silver Marches
Character Description
Age: 22 (When he first met the dwarf wizard Drogan Droganson)
        28 (During the events of Shadows of Undrentide)
        29 (During the events of Hordes of the Underdark)
Height: 184cm (6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Fair
Hair Colour: Blond
Hair Style: Loose shoulder-length
Distinctive Features: Short, trimmed blond beard
Character Class/ Archetype: Ranger/Harper Scout
Personality Traits: Brave leadership qualities, Resolute, Selfless, Cunning
Deity/Religion: Chauntea
Background
Jonathorn Bowhart was born the only son and youngest child of the patriarch of an extended tavern-owning family that made up nearly a third of his village’s population, which was populated exclusively b
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Owain Trevelyan (Dragon Age Inquisition)
Character No#14 (Dragon Age Inquisition)
Name: Owain Trevelyan
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Ostwick, the Free Marches
Character Description
Age: Mid-to-late 30’s
Height: 194cm (approx. 6’4”)
Eye Colour: Hazelnut
Skin Pigmentation: Warm Chocolate
Hair Colour: Raw Umber
Hair Style: Crew Cut
Distinctive Features: Broad torso that belied an expansive belly that made it difficult for Owain to fit into his templar uniform & a jutting double chin
Character Class/ Archetype: Warrior (Templar Specialisation)
Personality Traits: Calm and stoic in demeanour, enthusiastically proud of his family lineage and devotional to his Andrastian faith, but very glutinous where food was                                  concerned
Deity/Religion: Andrastian
Background
Owain Trevelyan was born the youngest son of Bann Trevelyan and his Rivaini wife in the city of Ostwick, situated in the southeaste
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Robert Hawke (Dragon Age 2)
Character No#13 (Dragon Age 2)
Name: Robert “Bob” Hawke
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: The Arling of Amaranthine, Ferelden
Character Description
Age: Born approx. 9:08 Dragon
       20’s (During his numerous adventures around Kirkwall)
       Early 30’s (During his short tenure as Viscount of Kirkwall and investigations into the disappearance of the Grey Wardens in Ferelden and Orlais)
Height: 184cm (approx. 6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Very Fair
Hair Colour: Red
Hair Style: Bald (Clean-shaven)
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Warrior (Sword & Shield Berserker Specialisation)
Personality Traits: Fierce, Aggressive & Pragmatic
Deity/Religion: Andrastian
Background
Robert Hawke was born the first-born child of Leandra Amell, the eldest child of a prominent noble family who left behind a life of privilege when she left the city of her birth to move to Ferelden with the m
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Lorna Sara Ryder (Mass Effect Andromeda)
Character No#12 (Mass Effect Andromeda)
Name: Lorna Sara Ryder
Gender: Female
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Citadel Space Station, situated in the Serpent Nebula
Character Description
Age: 22 (at the time she departed for the Andromeda Galaxy)
Height: 168 cm (Approx. 5’7”)
Eye Colour: Sapphire Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Dark-skinned
Hair Colour: Medium Brown
Hair Style: Wavy shoulder-length
Bust Size: A-Cup
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Vanguard (Close-quarters Biotic Specialist)
Personality Traits: Nonchalant, Sympathetic, Bright-Humoured, Occasionally Impulsive
Deity/Religion: Christianity
Background
Born on the Citadel Space Station in the year 2163, Lorna Sara Ryder and her younger fraternal twin brother Jacob Scott Ryder were raised by their mother, Dr. Ellen Ryder, a pioneer of biotic implant development, who died from a rare terminal neuro-degenerative disorder due to prolonged exposure to Element Zero, leaving her and her twin brother to be raised
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Cato Quinctillius (The Elder Scrolls)
Character No#11 (The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind)
Name: Cato Quinctillius
Gender: Male
Race: Cyrodiilic (Colovian Imperial)
Place of Birth: County Kvatch, Cyrodiil
Character Description
Age: Mid-40’s (circa. 3E 427)
Height: 182cm (approx. 6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Light tan
Hair Colour: Bright medium brown
Hair Style: Short
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Scout
Personality Traits: Ambitious, cunning and generous but also ruthless and corrupt
Deity/Religion: Mephala
Background
Cato Quinctillius was born in a village in the hills of County Kvatch.  Upon reaching adulthood, he enlisted in the Imperial Legion and served in the ranks as a scout and forester for over ten years before he was dishonourably discharged for bribery.
After he was kicked out of the Legion, Cato relocated to Vvardenfell when the dunmer had begun permitting outlanders to settle on the island, where he joined the Fighters Guild and insinuated himself with one o
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Stalks-in-Shadows (The Elder Scrolls)
Character No#10 (The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind and Oblivion)
Name: Stalks-in-Shadows
Gender: Male
Race: Argonian
Place of Birth: Black Marsh, near the border to Morrowind
Character Description
Age: 30’s (Throughout his adventures in Vvardenfell and Cyrodiil)
Height: 179cm (approx. 5’11”)
Eye Colour: Emerald Green
Skin Pigmentation: Orange-Green
Hair Colour: N/A
Hair Style: N/A
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Rogue
Personality Traits: Clever and charming, but also a little cowardly
Deity/Religion: The Hist
Background
The argonian Stalks-in-Shadows was born in Black Marsh, along the north border close to the city of Stormhold near Morrowind’s border, where he was a local trader for his village to provide for his extended family until his village was sacked and burned to the ground by dunmer slavers.  Many in his community, including his immediate family members were slain, with the survivors, including him, being taken to Morrowind’
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Drogan (The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind and Oblivion)
Character No#9 (The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind and Oblivion)
Name: Drogan (also goes by other alias including Nerevarine, Hero of Kvatch, Champion of Cyrodiil, Arch-Mage of the Mages Guild until its dissolution early in the Fourth Era, Grand Champion of the Arena and Divine Crusader)
Gender: Male
Race: Breton
Place of Birth: The city of Daggerfall, High Rock, Tamriel (allegedly)
Character Description
Age: Date of Birth 23rd of Hearthfire, 3E 411
       16   (Upon arriving on Vvardenfell)
       17   (After fulfilling the Bloodmoon Prophecy)
       23   (Start of the Oblivion Crisis)
       24   (After the events of the Oblivion Crisis)
       199  (When he helped Emperor Titus II retake the Imperial City from the occupation of the Aldmeri Dominion)
       222  (When he departed from Skyrim to travel to Akavir to escape from the Thalmor who
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John Connell (Fallout)
Character No#8 (Fallout)
Name: John Connell
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Vault 13, California
Character Description
Age: Early 30's
Height: 179cm (5’11”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Fair to Light Tan
Hair Colour: Light Brown
Hair Style: Flattop (When he first left Vault 13)
                Mullet (After his permanent exile from Vault 13 after defeating the Super Mutant army)
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Engineer (Water Filtration Systems Technician)
Personality Traits: Hard working, committed and honest
Deity/Religion: Agnostic
Background
Born in Vault 13 in the late 2120’s, John Connell grew up to become a water filtration systems technician in Vault 13.  He was in his early thirties when the Water Purification Chip had broken and being one of the few people in Vault 13 that was intimately knowledgeable of the functions of water filtration was sent out by Overseer Jacoren t
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Garviel Shepard (Mass Effect Trilogy)
Character No#7 (Mass Effect Trilogy)
Name: Garviel Shepard
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Mindoir, Attican Traverse
Character Description
Age: 29 (Mass Effect)
        31 (Mass Effect 2)
        32 (Mass Effect 3)
Height: 183cm (6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Light/Fair
Hair Colour: Black
Hair Style: Short
Distinctive Features: Slightly hooked nose
Character Class/ Archetype: Engineer
Personality Traits: Ruthless, Commanding, Cunning, Determined
Deity/Religion: Non-Religious
Background
Born on the colony world of Mindoir to Earth-born parents of mixed English, Scottish and Sicilian ancestry on April 11, 2154, Garviel was one of the few human settlers that survived the attack on the colony by batarian slavers when he was 16 years of.  After being rescued by a passing Systems Alliance patrol, Garviel enlisted in the Systems Alliance military to avenge Mindoir, dedicating his life to his service in the
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Caedwin (Baldur's Gate Saga)
Character No#6 (Baldur’s Gate Saga)
Name: Caedwin
Gender: Male
Race: Half-Elf
Place of Birth: Unknown (Somewhere along the Sword Coast, Faerun)
Character Description
Age: 23 (1368 DR, upon leaving Candlekeep)
        24 (1369 DR, upon his capture by Jon Irenicus near Athkatla)
        138 (1482 DR, likely dead because of Bhall’s resurrection)
Height: 173cm (approx. 5’9”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Fair
Hair Colour: Blond
Hair Style: Loose, shoulder-length
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Wizard (Transmuter Specialisation)
Personality Traits: Humorous, Calm, Light-Hearted
Deity/Religion: Oghma
Background
Born to a half-elven woman called Alianna, a devotee of the God of Murder Bhall, Caedwin was raised in the secluded fortress of Candlekeep by the sage Gorion who had rescued him from being sacrificed to fulfil the prophecy of the dead god Bhall’s return to the Prime Material Pla
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Torfin and Khelmir: A Sword Coast Legends Fanfic
The wind blew harshly along the crowded streets of Luskan’s markets.  The vendors that bartered their wares from their make-shift canopied stalls eyed their tents, wary that the strong north-easterly winds would blow them away.  A grizzled, leather-tough halfling with unkempt shoulder-length grey hair dressed in cured leather armour and a tattered traveller’s cloak the colour of a duergar’s complexion eyed a red-skinned female tiefling struggling to stop the canopy that roofed her stand of potentially illicit merchandise like poison and other exotic oddities smuggled into the port city from the far reaches of Faerun from flying off.  The fit, elderly halfling leered mistrustingly at the seductive-looking tiefling that was only paying attention to her immediate concerns of the raging gust threatening to cast her stall into the wind before turning into a cobbled street that led to his destination, the Cutlass Inn.
The halfling passed through the throng of
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Daelon the Arrow (Sword Coast Legends)
Character No#5 (Sword Coast Legends)
Name: Daelon the Arrow
Gender: Male
Race: Half-elf
Place of Birth: Possibly the city of Waterdeep, Faerun
Character Description
Age: Middle-to-Late 80’s (rough estimate)
Height: 176cm (approx. 5’10”)
Eye Colour: Brown
Skin Pigmentation: Tan
Hair Colour: Black
Hair Style: Short and slightly unkempt
Distinctive Features: A birthmark of a distinct swirl-shaped pattern on his left knee
Character Class/ Archetype: Rogue (Thief-Archer Build)
Personality Traits: Inquisitive, calculating, professional
Deity/Religion: Unknown
Background
Born to an unmarried elven woman that had abandoned him at an orphanage in Waterdeep’s poor district when he was a newborn infant, Daelon, commonly known by the alias Arrow due to his skill in archery, grew up in the rough streets of the poorer districts in the city, associating with numerous nefarious characters that taught him the skills of their trade, a thief, a burglar and a smuggler among other t
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Torfin Flamebrand (Sword Coast Legends)
Character No#4 (Sword Coast Legends)
Name: Torfin Flamebrand
Gender: Male
Race: Strongheart Halfling
Place of Birth: A small village south of Daggerford
Character Description
Age: Early 120’s
Height: 91cm (3’0”)
Eye Colour: Green
Skin Pigmentation: Very light tan
Hair Colour: Grey
Hair Style: Loose shoulder-length with a short goatee
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Ranger (Dual-wield Fighting Style)
Personality Traits: Emotionally disturbed due to a traumatic incident in his childhood where he had witnessed his family murdered by bandits, several of whom were mages, but had since moved forward from the trauma of his tragic childhood, his experiences hardening him, making him cynical and bitter in personality but also becoming a stern leader figure among his peers
Deity/Religion: Silvanus
Background
Torfin Flamebrand was born in a tiny village that was only a day south of the town of Daggerford the youngest of three brothers.  One day while h
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Khelmir Forgecraft (Sword Coast Legends)
Character No#3 (Sword Coast Legends)
Name: Khelmir Forgecraft
Gender: Male
Race: Shield Dwarf
Place of Birth: Citadel Adbar, in the Silver Marches
Character Description
Age: Over 200 years
Height: 153cm (5’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Pale
Hair Colour: Black
Hair Style: Bald-headed, thick beard that reaches the collar bone
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Fighter (Two-Handed Weapon Specialty)
Personality Traits: Good-natured, trusting, honest and dependable
Deity/Religion: Moradin
Background
Khelmir Forgecraft was born in the dwarven city of Citadel Adbar into a family of blacksmiths.  Born as one of the only two surviving triplets during childhood, he and his other sibling learned the family trade from their father, a man of small renown.  Upon reaching early adulthood, Khelmir left his home as an apprentice and travelled south along the Sword Coast where he continued his apprenticeship as a blacksmith in the City of Neverwinter. &
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Aenian Tabris (Dragon Age: Origins)
Character No#2 (Dragon Age: Origins)
Name: Aenian Tabris
Gender: Male
Race: Elf
Place of Birth: Denerim, Ferelden
Character Description
Age: 19 (Before becoming a Grey Warden)
        20 (When he died slaying the Archdemon)
Height: 158cm (approx. 5’3”)
Eye Colour: Hazel Brown
Skin Pigmentation: Light to Fair
Hair Colour : Red
Hair Style: Bald
Distinctive Features: Numerous small scars on his scalp from being forcibly shaved by Bann Vaughan Kendells’ soldiers
                               Left ear bitten off by a genlock
Character Class/ Archetype: Warrior (Dual-wield Fighting Style)
Personality Traits: Stubborn and aggressive, especially in the face of injustice, and also prone to biased thought, especially when concerning magic and the human race
Deity/Religion: Andrastian
Background
The city elf born in Denerim’s Alienage, Aenian Tabris, grew up in the slums of
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Jonathan (Fallout New Vegas)
Character No#1 (Fallout: New Vegas)
Name: Jonathan
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Unknown, but possibly from Arroyo, Oregon, USA
Character Description
Age: 24 (rough estimate)
Height: 179cm (approx. 5’11”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Fair to light tan
Hair Colour: Suede (Medium Brown)
Hair Style: Clean Cut
Distinctive Features: Small scar in the middle of his forehead where Benny shot him
Character Class/ Archetype: Gunslinger/ Mechanic
Personality Traits: Somewhat hot-headed, focussed, suave
Deity/Religion: Unspecified, most likely agnostic
Background
Jonathan, a courier for the Mojave Express, has no recollection of his past, not of where he was born or of his family since he was shot on the head by an upstart man called Benny after he had been ambushed and captured by raiders, specifically the Great Khans.  All he knew after coming round in Goodsprings after Doc Mitchell had removed the bullet from his head was that the men who had rob
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Character No#15 (Neverwinter Nights: Shadow of Undrentide & Hordes of the Underdark)

Name: Jonathorn Bowhart
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: A small, unnamed human village west of Sundabar, the Silver Marches

Character Description

Age: 22 (When he first met the dwarf wizard Drogan Droganson)
        28 (During the events of Shadows of Undrentide)
        29 (During the events of Hordes of the Underdark)
Height: 184cm (6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Fair
Hair Colour: Blond
Hair Style: Loose shoulder-length
Distinctive Features: Short, trimmed blond beard
Character Class/ Archetype: Ranger/Harper Scout
Personality Traits: Brave leadership qualities, Resolute, Selfless, Cunning
Deity/Religion: Chauntea

Background

Jonathorn Bowhart was born the only son and youngest child of the patriarch of an extended tavern-owning family that made up nearly a third of his village’s population, which was populated exclusively by humans a couple day’s walk from the dwarven-built city of Sundabar in the Silver Marches.  The Bowhart family and the rest of the human inhabitants were self-sufficient and kept to themselves, occasionally trading with passing merchants and hunters from other settlements.  Though rarely troubled by the numerous wild inhabitants that dwelled in the Silver Marches, the village was attacked by orc raiders belonging to the Thousand Fists tribe in the year of 1366 DR while Jonathorn Bowhart was in the woods hunting elk.  He had returned in horror at the carnage and devastation that was all that remained of his village that had slaughtered most of the people that had lived in the village, including most of his extended family.  After vengefully slaying the few orc stragglers that were looting what was left of his village, Jonathorn was able to locate the few dozen survivors of the attack in the woods nearby, his parents and sisters among them.

Jonathorn Bowhart and the rest of the survivors had sought refuge the nearby city of Sundabar where they were able to temporarily settle until they could return to their village and focus on rebuilding.  Jonathorn, unlike his surviving family members and the other villagers, was instead consumed with vengeance, leaving his community and the safety of Sundabar to hunt the orcs responsible for the slaughter of his family and friends.  For months he tracked the orcs, hunted their war parties and mercilessly killed a great number of the Thousand Fists orcs across the Nether Mountains and the Moon Pass where the orcs that dwelled in the Nether Mountains preyed on travellers, merchants, farmsteads and each other alike.  His thirst for vengeance had almost led him to his death when he was ambushed by orcs from the Ripped Gut tribe while tracking a Thousand Fists orc scouting party through the Moon Pass.  He survived the ambush when the venerable dwarf wizard Drogan Droganson had appeared seemingly from out of nowhere and rained death and terror on the Ripped Gut orcs, offering to mentor the young brave orcslayer.  Jonathorn had farewelled his family and friends in Sundabar before departing with Drogan to the village of Hilltop nestled in the foothills of the Nether Mountains east of the city of Everlund.

For six years Jonathorn lived with Drogan in his two-storey house on the outskirts of Hilltop, where he learned much from the retired adventurer that tutored him, educating him in history and herblore and honing his skills in tracking and archery.  In his years in Hilltop, Jonathorn had befriended many of Hilltop’s residents, as well as the other three apprentices that Drogan taken under his wing, the dwarf thief Dorna Trapspringer, the half-orc sorcerer Xanos Messarmos and a serious but naïve human paladin called Mischa Waymeet.  Misfortune had almost met Drogan Droganson on a bitter cold winter night in the year 1372 DR when kobolds had attacked him and stolen four magical artefacts that the dwarf wizard was protecting for the Harpers, which were the mummified hand of the lich Belpheron, the tooth of the great wyrm and wielder of the evilest of the black arts Hephaestagon, a mask that was connected to the Lord of Shadows, the god Mask that thieves worshipped, and a statue of a tower that was originally found in a desert tomb.  Fatally poisoned, Drogan would have died had the elven Harper Ayala not arrived when she did.  With Jonathorn’s help in finding the ingredients needed to cure Drogan from the poison that the kobolds had afflicted him with, Ayala was able to save the old dwarf’s life.  Weakened from the kobold attack, Drogan had sent his most experienced apprentice, Jonathorn Bowhart, to find the four artefacts and bring them back.  He was aided in his quest by Dorna and Xanos, the recovery of the artefacts being their final test before their apprenticeship with Drogan was over.

After helping the townsfolk in Hilltop in ridding the village of kobolds and convincing a crazed local prophet to travel to Neverwinter, Jonathorn, Dorna and Xanos followed the trail that the kobolds left in their wake into an elven crypt, seizing the mummified hand from them, which it had then pointed them to the village of Blumberg, which had been attacked and burned down by gnolls, its surviving inhabitants taken as slaves.  Within Blumberg, Jonathorn and his companions had found a kobold hiding in one of the buildings that was miraculously spared from destruction.  This kobold, the bard Deekin Scalesinger, had explained that he was hiding from his master, the white dragon Tymofarrar, fearful of returning to his home in the Nether Mountains after he had accidentally dropped the tower statue and negotiated with Drogan’s students to convince Tymofarrar to either free him from his service or kill the dragon in exchange for the artefact he was hiding.

After agreeing to help out Deekin, Jonathorn, Dorna and Xanos continued on their quest, heading to the High Forest first, where they would find the gnolls responsible for attacking Blumberg and liberating the villagers that were taken captive by the gnolls before heading up to the Nether Mountains where the kobolds lived, learning the identities of those responsible for the attack on Hilltop, the white dragon Tymofarrar that they had deduced from their conversation with Deekin, and an elven half-fiend called J’Nah that was in the service of someone more powerful than both of them combined.  Jonathorn would kill both Tymofarrar and J’Nah, manipulating the both of them by acquiring the means to weaken them before he fought them, seizing the tooth of Hephaestagon and the mask of the Shadow Lord before returning to the ruin of the village of Blumberg to get the tower statue from Deekin, who was very grateful to be free and had even asked to accompany Jonathorn on his adventures.  Jonathorn and his companions hastily returned to the school and handed the artefacts to Drogan, who then sent them to find an archaeological scholar specialising in the Netheril history called Garrick to determine the origins of the strange magical crystal that was contained within the broken tower statue.

Jonathorn, Dorna, Xanos and Deekin had spent several weeks travelling with Katriana’s caravan from Hilltop, passing through the Silver Marches and across the Anauroch Desert to their destination, which was a camp dedicated to the Overgod Ao, where they had to overcome a few challenges on their journey, including rescuing their Bedine guide Zidan from a colony of underground-dwelling half-men/half-scorpion hybrids and aiding the Bedine tribe led by Ali Ibn-Musud in destroying the Netherese mummy Kel-Garas who had used his magic to drain the oasis near his tomb of all its water in an attempt to free himself from his tomb before he was permanently destroyed by Jonathorn and Ali Ibn-Musud.  After arriving at the Ao Encampment, Jonathorn and his companions quickly found Garrick, who had been badly wounded by the slaad under the command of the individual that commanded J’Nah, an apprentice of the lich Belpheron that went by the name of Heurodis.  After identifying the strange crystal that Jonathorn had been carrying from Hilltop as a mythallar, a crystal that contained enough magical power to levitate the floating cities of the extinct Netheril Empire, Jonathorn and his companions went to the nearby excavation site of an ancient Netherese ruin that Heurodis’ slaadi had massacred their way through.  After battling their way through both Heurodis’ slaadi forces and a colony of formians that had made their home underneath the Netherese ruin, they discovered a portal that Heurodis had used to reach Undrentide, with Drogan teleporting inside the portal chamber only moments after their arrival.  Jonathorn, Dorna, Xanos and Deekin would continue their pursuit of Heurodis in the buried ruins of Undrentide, but it came at the cost of Drogan sacrificing his life to allow them to pass through the portal, which had been booby-trapped by Heurodis to halt or slow pursuit by her enemies, before the ruin could collapse and bury Drogan.  They soon came face-to-face with Heurodis, who had revealed herself as a medusa and turned them to stone with her petrifying gaze and seizing the mythallar from Jonathorn.

It was during the time when Heurodis was raising Undrentide into the sky when Jonathorn was returned to normal, albeit as a slave to the asabi merchant Ashtara who was exploring Undrentide for treasure.  He would be grieved to discover that Dorna was well and truly dead when he saw the shattered remains of her petrified form but was fortunate that Xanos and Deekin were both alive and well, albeit enslaved like him.  With no choice but to employ their skills to help Ashtara in plundering Undrentide, they were able to reach Heurodis after extensively exploring Undrentide and seeking the Three Winds, the Dark Wind, the Dead Wind and the Wise Wind that barred their way to the Tower of the Winds where Heurodis was raising Undrentide into the sky, battling her within the Chamber of the Mythallar at the top of the city.  The battle was fierce, for Heurodis had transformed into a lich and had lost her ability to turn flesh to stone in order to harness the full power of the mythallar, during which Deekin was presumably killed when a fire elemental that Heurodis had summoned had hurled the diminutive kobold from the Chamber of the Mythallar down into the city proper below.  Jonathorn and Xanos were able to destroy the mythallar and kill Heurodis, escaping through a magical mirror that took them into the Plane of Shadow before Undrentide fell thousands of feet to the ground and was buried underneath the sands of the Anauroch once more.

After escaping from the ruin of Undrentide that had fallen back down to the earth, Jonathorn and Xanos both ventured south, crossing through the Dalelands and bearing southwards into the elven populated lands of Cormanthor near the city of Myth Drannor where they had encountered a band of rangers sent from Battledale to rescue the young son of Baron Waldlaw, who was slain by the Zhentarim, volunteering to rescue Baron Waldlaw’s heir, who had wound up in the captivity of the drow after Baron Waldlaw’s soldiers had smuggled the boy out of Castle Waldlaw to prevent him being offered as a sacrifice to a demon that his father had been bargaining with for assistance against the Zhentarim, braving the deep forests inhabited by gigantic spiders and rescuing the young boy from his drow captors before he and Xanos parted ways.

Jonathorn’s adventures wouldn’t come to an end for many years after his narrow escape from Undrentide.  His most renowned adventure since Undrentide, which Deekin Scalesinger, after miraculously surviving the fall of Undrentide, had published into a book that earned the both of them great notoriety, would take the ranger to the City of Splendours, Waterdeep, which had been besieged for months by a drow-led army from the Underdark that had managed to take control of Halaster’s domain, more commonly known as Undermountain.  Surviving an assassination attempt by the drow, he would delve into Undermountain to stop the drow invasion, taking with him the faithful kobold Deekin whom he had once again met after the drow had attacked the Yawning Portal Inn that had provoked several former companions of the Hero of Neverwinter to pursue the drow into Undermountain.  With the aid of a mysterious relic that he had acquired while in the Plane of Shadow, Jonathorn and Deekin braved the dangers of Undermountain to put an end to the drow plot to conquer Waterdeep from below and liberate Halaster from his captivity, stumbling upon the four foolish adventurers that had foolishly gotten killed in their pursuit of the drow and their allies and reviving them with a Rod of Resurrection, and after bringing them to life led them into the deepest levels of Undermountain, where with the aid of the rebel Eilistraee-worshipping drow Nathyrra was able to free Halaster from his imprisonment, only to discover that Halaster’s capture had been a ruse in order to lure the drow mastermind, a powerful Matron Mother with an archfiend bound to her service called the Valsharess into Undermountain where he could kill her.  With his plan to kill the Valsharess disrupted, Halaster had placed a Geas on Jonathorn and ordered him to go to the Underdark and kill the Valsharess.

Jonathorn was teleported to Lith My’athar, a drow city in the Underdark that was occupied by the Eilistraee worshippers that defied the Valsharess, accompanied by Deekin and Nathyrra while the four former companions of the Hero of Neverwinter returned to the Yawning Portal Inn to recuperate and prepare Waterdeep’s defences in the event that Jonathorn was unsuccessful his quest to kill the Valsharess.  Upon his arrival in Lith My’athar, he met the Seer, a former Matron Mother that had found new purpose in redeeming her people by converting the drow willing to leave the turbulent and treacherous nature of their society behind them to follow the way of her goddess, Eilistraee.  The Seer explained to Jonathorn that the Valsharess was amassing her forces to attack Lith My’athar and kill every single rebel drow that dared to reject her absolute authority and had asked for his help in weakening her army before the Valsharess could lay siege to the rebel drow stronghold.  Jonathorn and his brave companions, Deekin and Nathyrra, as well as the tiefling warrior and the Seer’s bodyguard Valen Shadowbreath ventured bravely into the dark recesses of the Underdark, finding powerful magical items, including some that once belonged to the famed Lord of Neverwinter Nasher Alagondar, finding unexpected allies in the Underdark to help them fight against the Valsharess, ventured into the deep caverns of the Beholders and slew them, destroyed a vampire cult and their dracolich master and persuaded the illithid to end their alliance with the Valsharess before defending Lith My’athar against the Valsharess’ numerically superior army, dealing with the treachery of House Maeviir when she turned her soldiers against the Seer’s rebels before finally driving the Valsharess’ army into a full retreat.  The Seer’s rebels then marched against the Valsharess and laid siege to her fortress, where Jonathorn fought her in a one-on-one duel and killed her, only to be killed and banished to Cania, the frigid eighth level of Hell afterwards by the archfiend Mephistopheles, whom was once bound to the Valsharess until she had ordered the Lord of Cania to slay Jonathorn, who carried on his person the Relic of the Reaper, which was a piece of the archfiend’s essence that had bound both the archfiend and the ranger together, seizing the Relic from Jonathorn before marching to Toril in order to conquer it, killing all before him and raising those he slew as the dead for him to lead in his conquest and turning Toril into the tenth level of Hell and thus becoming the supreme ruler of Hell.

With Mephistopheles freed from his servitude to the Valsharess and at liberty to destroy and conquer Toril, Jonathorn was trapped in the frozen hellish landscape of Cania.  Having been brought unwillingly to Cania, he requested to the Reaper to bring him back to Toril, only to be told that it wasn’t possible as Mephistopheles had used the Reaper’s True Name and compelled the mysterious being to keep Jonathorn imprisoned in Cania while Mephistopheles could conquer Toril at his leisure.  Thus, Jonathorn was left with no other choice but to seek out a planar that Mephistopheles had imprisoned long ago, a being known as the Knower of Names that knew the True Names of a great many beings, whether they were mortal, planar or demonic.  The Reaper had used what power he possessed to bring Deekin and Valen to Jonathorn’s side to aid him in his search for the Knower of Names.  Together, Jonathorn, Deekin and Valen explored the frozen tundras of Cania for the Knower of Names, meeting all manner of interesting individuals from many places, solved numerous puzzles and slew many demons, devils and other powerful beings that had found their way into Cania before one of the kinfolk of the Knower of Names, the Knower of Places, showed them where the Knower of Names was kept prisoner.  Jonathorn led his two companions through a battlefield where demons and devils battled in their never-ending Blood War to find the Knower of Names, freeing her from her captivity, whom had addressed him by his True Name, Ebela’ar the Kind, and acquired the True Names of both the Reaper and the identity of the true love of the Sleeping Man, freeing the Reaper from Mephistopheles’ control, returning the githzerai to their home plane and convinced the githzerai sensei to pursue true love before battling Mephistopheles in Waterdeep, defeating the archdevil and banishing him to Cania, saving Toril and becoming a legend before Valen Shadowbreath parted ways with him and Deekin.

Jonathorn’s adventures continued on after his epic battle in Waterdeep.  He travelled with his faithful kobold companion by his side along the Sword Coast to the city of Neverwinter, meeting several companions of the Knight-Captain of Crossroads Keep who had fought the King of Shadows and aiding in the defence of Neverwinter when the King of Shadows had threatened it.  Jonathorn and Deekin’s adventures continued after the King of Shadow’s defeat, where they travelled to distant nations, shared adventures with both former and new companions and even met the Hero of Neverwinter in person.  Jonathorn’s adventures would come to an end in 1385 DR, a couple months before Cyric and Shar had assassinated the goddess of magic Mystra when he, Deekin and the elven Harper Ayala had led an expedition into the Underdark that they led numerous Harper agents and several of Jonathorn’s former companions and acquaintances into the Underdark, including Valen Shadowbreath, Sharwyn and one of the Knight-Captain’s only surviving companions, the dwarven monk Khelgar Ironfist, where in the face of danger and treachery concocted by Mephistopheles, Jonathorn Bowhart had met his demise when a cavernous section of the Underdark had collapse on him and Mephistopheles while they fought, buying time for Deekin, Ayala, Sharwyn, Valen, Khelgar and the surviving Harpers to escape, banishing the archdevil to Cania one final time before he was crushed under tonnes of earth.

Relationships

Drogan Droganson – the venerable dwarf wizard, retired adventurer and member of the Harpers responsible for hiding several magical artefacts of interest to those of malevolent intent that Jonathorn Bowhart was apprenticed to for several years before the events concerning the tower statue had unfolded, where Drogan was poisoned by kobolds during an attack on the school where Jonathorn and the other students were being taught and the artefacts that Drogan had been entrusted with protecting were stolen by the kobolds, survived thanks to the ministrations of Ayala Windspear, later sacrificed his life to allow Jonathorn, Dorna, Xanos and Deekin to pursue Heurodis when he had triggered a trap that the medusa had put on the portal that led into Undrentide that collapsed the excavation ruin on top of him

Ladyhawke – Jonathorn Bowhart’s faithful animal companion, a hawk

Dorna Trapspringer – a cynical but witty female dwarf rogue and worshipper of Vergadain that had left her clan to study under Drogan along with Jonathorn, Xanos and Mischa, was killed after she was petrified and the asabi thralls carrying her had accidentally dropped her and shattered her stone-like form into many pieces

Xanos Messarmos – an ambitious and highly motivated half-orc mage born into a middle-class family in Chessenta that was another of Drogan’s apprentices, who liked to tease and mock Dorna and Mischa, survived the destruction of Undrentide when he had fled into the Plane of Shadow with Jonathorn, accompanying him during his time in North Faerun before parting ways near Myth Drannor

Mischa Waymeet – a young, motivated and inexperienced human female paladin that worshipped Mystra, who was the youngest and most recent of Drogan’s apprentices

Deekin Scalesinger – a kobold bard once in service to the white dragon Tymofarrar that accompanied Jonathorn Bowhart on his many adventures in the Anauroch Desert, Waterdeep, the Underdark, Cania and other locations in Faerun both along the Sword Coast and in lands beyond there, including Amn and Cormyr after bargaining with Drogan’s pupil to free him from Tymofarrar’s service in exchange for the tower statue that the kobold was hiding

The Reaper – known by his true alias as Hecugoth the Abandoned, the Reaper was a mysterious being that Jonathorn had first met when he had acquired the Relic of the Reaper after escaping into the Plane of Shadows when Undrentide fell from the sky, later revealing to him that he was serving Mephistopheles unwillingly because the Cold Lord of Cania possessed his true name, which Jonathorn had retrieved from the Knower of Names in Cania and used it to free the Reaper from Mephistopheles’ control

Nathyrra – a former member of the Red Sisters, the Valsharess’ personal order of assassins, who had defected to the side of the Seer’s rebels and became a worshipper of Eilistraee after being ordered to infiltrate the rebels and eliminate the Seer, aiding Jonathorn in freeing Halaster from his imprisonment in Undermountain by the drow that sought to capture it to use as a staging ground for an invasion to the surface and in weakening the Valsharess’ army by helping Jonathorn eliminate the drow queen’s allies, died in the defence of Lith My’athar when the Valsharess’ army had attacked

Valen Shadowbreath – a tiefling warrior that had aided the Seer’s rebels against the Valsharess and fought beside Jonathorn in defence of the rebel drow in Lith My’athar and against Mephistopheles when he had attacked Waterdeep who occasionally adventured with Jonathorn and Deekin in the following years after they had defeated Mephistopheles

Tymofarrar – a young white dragon that lorded over the kobolds that had an irrational fear of frost giants that had conspired with J’Nah and her superior, Heurodis, in stealing the artefacts that Drogan was guarding in his school, was slain by Jonathorn when he had used the phylactery that J’Nah had given him to transform into a frost giant within Tymofarrar’s inner sanctum

J’Nah – an elven half-fiend that had taken over the gnoll caves and conspired with Tymofarrar to steal the artefacts that Drogan was protecting in his school for her superior Heurodis, was slain by Jonathorn within her sanctum within a Netherese ruin underneath the caves the gnolls resided in

Kel-Garas – an undead Netherese mage that was attempting to escape from his entombment in the desert oasis that Jonathorn had lent his aid to Ali Ibn-Musud to destroy the evil mummy lord

Heurodis – a medusa that had used J’Nah to acquire the artefacts that Drogan was protecting, only interested in the tower statue, which housed a mythallar within, a gem that contained great magical power that she used to raise the ancient Netherese flying city of Undrentide, once buried underneath the sands of the Anauroch Desert, into the sky in her mad quest to ascend to godhood, was slain by Jonathorn Bowhart and his companions Xanos Messarmos and Deekin Scalesinger

The Valsharess – a drow matron of little consequence that had amassed significant political power very quickly during the short period when Lolth was silent to her worshippers with the patronage of Mephistopheles, managing to seize control of Undermountain to use as a staging ground for her invasion of the surface world and presumably taking Halaster Blackcloak, the master of Undermountain captive, was betrayed by Mephistopheles in her own temple after she had ordered him to slowly and painfully kill Drogan’s former pupil and slain in single combat by Jonathorn, oblivious about the relic that Jonathorn had been carrying on his person and of the machinations of the archdevil that had been manipulating the both of them in acquiring the relic that Jonathorn had been carrying

Eldath Ra’sin – a drow warrior under the Valsharess’ command that had ambushed Jonathorn and his companions while they were on their way to destroy the beholders, where Jonathorn and Eldath had fought one-on-one for a lengthy period of time before Jonathorn gained the upper hand and killed him

Sabal – a drow Red Sister assassin that was sent to the island where the avariel were teleported to by Halaster to find magical artefacts that would strengthen the Valsharess’ army that Jonathorn had slain

Soldaris – the vampiric high priest that served the dracolich Vix’thra, who was killed by Jonathorn Bowhart

Vix’thra – the dracolich that the Valsharess had sought as an ally to destroy the rebel drow, who was destroyed by Jonathorn and his companions

Mephistopheles – the archfiend that ruled the Eighth Plane of Hell, the frost-covered realm of Cania that was unwillingly brought into the Valsharess’ service and was largely responsible for her ascent to power, had subtly manipulated Jonathorn and the Valsharess into a showdown where he could use the his relic that Jonathorn had in his possession to free himself from the pact that Valsharess had bound to him, killing the Valsharess and banishing Jonathorn, Deekin and Valen to Cania while he was busy attempting to conquer Toril with the intention of transforming it into a new layer of Hell below the Ninth and precede to rule Hell itself, his plan thwarted by Jonathorn when he had escaped from Cania and banished the archfiend back to his realm of Cania after a fierce battle, got his revenge for his defeat in Waterdeep many years later, just months prior to the Spellplague, by killing Jonathorn after luring him and the party of adventurers and Harper agents he was leading on an expedition into the Underdark, even though Jonathorn did send the archfiend back to Cania after delivering a mortal blow just moments before his death

Ayala – a female elven Harper agent, herbalist and worshipper of Mystra that tended to Drogan, who was poisoned by kobolds while some of his students tracked down the kobolds and recovered the artefacts that they had stolen, which were of evil origins and had been entrusted to Drogan for safekeeping, later had inducted Jonathorn into the Harpers after his adventure in the Netherese floating city of Undrentide and later witnessed his demise by Mephistopheles in 1385 DR just prior to the Spellplague

Veraunt Shuttlescomb – the mayor of Hilltop and a trusted friend of Jonathorn and Drogan

Haniah Dales – a half-elven woman that worked for Veraunt Shuttlescomb as his assistant, who was responsible for bringing the village of Hilltop back to order after the kobold attack when Veraunt was incapacitated by sheer drunkenness

Gilford – the local priest of Ilmater in Hilltop

Fiona – Hilltop’s tall, fat and buxom blacksmith and a good friend to Dorna Trapspringer

Farghan – a human male druid and Hilltop’s herbalist

Lodar – the tavernmaster of Hilltop’s tavern, the Bubbling Cauldron

Mara – the Bubbling Cauldron’s chef, who was held hostage by several kobolds that were involved in the attack on Drogan’s school until Jonathorn was able to facilitate her rescue

Piper – one of Hilltop’s inhabitants that always ranted about prophecies until the night of the kobold raid on Hilltop when he proclaimed that the kobolds were a sign sent by a new god, was convinced to leave Hilltop and travel to Neverwinter by Jonathorn Bowhart

Katriana – the halfling leader of a merchant caravan that frequently plied the routes of the Silver Marches and the Anauroch Desert

Torias – Katriana’s lazy drunkard cousin that ran a side business of questionably acquired goods

Daschnaya – a female halfling fortune teller that travelled in Katriana’s caravan, who had predicted Jonathorn’s future after he had recovered her tarot cards that the kobolds had stolen from her during their raid on Hilltop

Nathan Hurst – a duergar farmer and a friend of Drogan’s who lived on the mountain slopes of the Nether Mountains that had asked Jonathorn to rescue his daughter Becka from a hill giant that had kidnapped her

Becka Hurst – Nathan Hurst’s daughter and the unfortunate victim of kidnapping by a hill giant obsessed with finding a wife that Jonathorn had rescued from her huge, lumbering and idiotic captor

Zidan – a Bedine guide that Katriana had hired to lead the caravan to Ao’s Encampment in the Anauroch Desert

Ali Ibn-Musud – a Bedine tribal leader and guardian of the oasis where the evil undead mage Kel-Garas was imprisoned

Garrick – a human scholar specialising in the research the Netherese Empire near the Ao Encampment that Drogan had sent Jonathorn Bowhart to identify the strange gem that was found inside the tower statue, which he had identified as a mythallar

Ashtara – an asabi merchant and slave trader that had held Jonathorn in bondage via a slave collar and employed to explore the ruin of Undrentide for him, was killed when Undrentide fell from the sky after the mythallar was destroyed

Karsus – an ancient Netherese archwizard accidentally responsible for the destruction of the Netheril Empire that had aided Jonathorn in acquiring the Wise Wind

Seeker Jorian – a veteran ranger from the Dalelands that was on a mission to rescue Melorius, heir to Castle Waldlaw in Battledale and nearly failed in his mission in the forest of Cormanthor but was able to return to Castle Waldlaw with Melorius after Jonathorn and Xanos had rescued the young heir

Kipper Van Gish – a halfling merchant that Jonathorn had met at Seeker Jorian’s camp in Cormanthor while he was on the quest to rescue Melorius from the drow

Melorius Waldlaw – the young heir of Castle Waldlaw from Battledale that was rescued by Jonathorn Bowhart and Xanos Messarmos from the drow that had taken him captive after his escape from Castle Waldlaw to prevent being offered as a sacrifice to a demon that his “late” father had tried to gain favour with to aid him against the Zhentarim

Durnan – the proprietor of the Yawning Portal Inn and one of the organisers of the defence of Waterdeep against the invasion by the Hordes of the Underdark led by the Valsharess

Mhaere – Durnan’s wife

Tamsil – Durnan’s daughter

White Thesta – a human priestess of Sune that aided Waterdeep during the siege of Waterdeep by the drow

Linu La’Neral – a good-natured elven priestess of Sehanine Moonbow and one of the acquaintances of the Hero of Neverwinter that Jonathorn had descended into Undermountain to find and resurrect after she and several other adventurers that she had first met while aiding Neverwinter in searching for the cure for the Wailing Death had chased after the drow and their nefarious allies that had attacked the Yawning Portal Inn

Sharwyn – a human female bard and one of four acquaintances of the Hero of Neverwinter that Jonathorn had to find and resurrect when he went into Undermountain to stop the drow invasion and would occasionally adventure with him and Deekin in the years afterwards

Daelan Red Tiger – a half-orc Uthgardt barbarian and an acquaintance of the Hero of Neverwinter that Jonathorn had to find and resurrect while he was descending into the depths of Undermountain

Tomi Undergallows – an unscrupulous halfling rogue and one of the acquaintances of the Hero of Neverwinter that Jonathorn had to find and resurrect whom he quickly grew to dislike

Sobrey – the proprietor of the Magic Shoppe in Waterdeep that had wrote of Jonathorn’s account of his adventure in Undermountain against the drow that were invading Waterdeep from there after the Valsharess had seized control of Undermountain from Halaster

Grovel – a cowardly but intelligent goblin that Jonathorn had met when he had entered Undermountain and had found work in the Yawning Portal Inn after escaping from Undermountain

Olgin Hasterean – an intelligent ogre mage from the Turmish Mountains and one of Halaster’s unwilling inhabitants of Undermountain whom was attempting to seize control of one of the levels of Undermountain after Halaster’s disappearance that helped Jonathorn reach to the lower levels after he had shown him mercy by sparing his life when they had fought

Volkarion Arsetis – a djinn merchant that Jonathorn had rescued from the drow that had taken captive after they had captured Halaster

Halaster Blackcloak – the insane master of Undermountain whom had an annoying habit of speaking in rhymes, had briefly allowed himself to be captured in his own realm by the drow in order to lure the Valsharess into Undermountain so he could destroy her but was instead liberated from his captivity by Jonathorn, whom he then coerced by a Geas to descend into the Underdark to kill her

The Seer – a kind and noble-spirited drow priestess of Eilistraee that led the rebel drow against the Valsharess’ Underdark hordes and convinced Jonathorn to aid the rebel drow in defeating the Valsharess

Cavallas – the mysterious robed ferryman in Lith My’athar

Rizolvir – a drow smith that Jonathorn had done business with in Lith My’athar and Cania

Ilmoth – the commander of the drow forces loyal to the Seer

Shaori – the avariel queen that Jonathorn and his companions had helped return to their homeland after her people were teleported to an isolated island the Underdark by Halaster in response to the avariel queen’s incessant spying on him

Lavoera – a Deva that had gotten captured by Vix’thra’s vampire acolytes, who had used her blood to empower the undead the vampires were offering the Valsharess’ drow army until Jonathorn Bowhart had freed her and convinced her to take her vengeance of her captivity out on the drow, where she was slain by Mephistopheles after he had taken the Relic of the Reaper from Jonathorn Bowhart

Sensei Dharvana – a githzerai pilgrim that had led her fellow pilgrims to Cania to venerate the Sleeping Man, a planar that she was in love with and would travel the realms together with when Jonathorn had told her that the Sleeping Man was her true love

The Sleeping Man – a wandering Planar from Elysium that slept in the temple in Cania that Sensei Dharvana had built in tribute to her love

The Knower of Places – a Planar imprisoned in Cania that directed Jonathorn and his companions to the location where the Knower of Names was imprisoned

The Knower of Names – a Planar imprisoned in Cania that possessed the true names, whom Jonathorn, Deekin and Valen had sought out across Cania for the true name of both the Reaper and the Sleeping Man’s true love

Khelgar Ironfist – a dwarf warrior that had undergone training as a monk during his adventures with the Knight-Captain of Crossroad Keep that had accompanied Jonathorn in an expedition into the Underdark in the year 1385 DR that was to be Jonathorn’s last adventure
Jonathorn Bowhart (Neverwinter Nights: SoU/HotU)
Fourteen years ago (back when D&D was in its 3.5 edition and I was in high school), I first played Neverwinter Nights, enjoying the Shadows of Undrentide expansion in particular, of which I had played through several times (with the very same character no less), though at the time I never played Hordes of the Underdark.  I first played Hordes of the Underdark with my multi-classed Human Ranger/Harper Scout character about five years ago when I had bought Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition from GOG.  I had just recently replayed SoU and HotU (as well as the module "To Heir Is Human) with my Ranger/Harper Scout character again, finishing the game only a couple weeks ago.
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Character No#14 (Dragon Age Inquisition)

Name: Owain Trevelyan
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Ostwick, the Free Marches

Character Description

Age: Mid-to-late 30’s
Height: 194cm (approx. 6’4”)
Eye Colour: Hazelnut
Skin Pigmentation: Warm Chocolate
Hair Colour: Raw Umber
Hair Style: Crew Cut
Distinctive Features: Broad torso that belied an expansive belly that made it difficult for Owain to fit into his templar uniform & a jutting double chin
Character Class/ Archetype: Warrior (Templar Specialisation)
Personality Traits: Calm and stoic in demeanour, enthusiastically proud of his family lineage and devotional to his Andrastian faith, but very glutinous where food was                                  concerned
Deity/Religion: Andrastian

Background

Owain Trevelyan was born the youngest son of Bann Trevelyan and his Rivaini wife in the city of Ostwick, situated in the southeastern reaches of the Free Marches.  Being the youngest son who stood to inherit nothing, Owain joined the Templar Order during his early adolescence after years of volunteer service as an altar boy in Ostwick’s Chantry, serving the Order and the Chantry proudly and dutifully, rising up in the ranks of the Templar Order to Knight-Lieutenant, becoming a man of considerable size and strength that other templars would want to emulate, despite his gluttonous appetite for food that had some negative impact on his physical fitness, of which a number of his peers and betters within both the Templar Order and the Chantry, as well as a number of mages in Ostwick’s Circle of Magi had commented on, included among them the Knight-Commander of Kirkwall’s templars, Meredith Stannard, and her second-in-command and occasional acquaintance of the Champion of Kirkwall, Cullen Rutherford, which was during his visit to Kirkwall on official Templar Order business that involved hunting down a blood mage that he and a squad of templars under his command had pursued throughout the Free Marches and killed in the year 9:34 Dragon, mere weeks before the Arishok’s attempted coup in the city, of which by then he and his fellow templars accompanying him on his mission had already returned to Ostwick.

Chaos would further consume Kirkwall when all-out war between the mages and the templars erupted a few years later, resulting in the deaths of both Knight-Commander Meredith Stannard and the Kirkwall’s Circle of Magi’s First Enchanter, both reportedly killed by Robert Hawke, the Champion of Kirkwall, who was appointed as the new viscount of Kirkwall just moments after Meredith’s death by her second-in-command, Cullen.  The madness of the war between the mages and templars had quickly spread to every Circle of Magi in Thedas, including the one in Ostwick that Owain was posted, where he fought to prevent the escape of Ostwick’s Circle mages that had rebelled, personally killing a few of them, one of whom was his fraternal twin sister.

In the following years Owain continued to carry out his duties in the Templar Order.  In the year 9:40 Dragon when Lord Seeker Lambert of the Seekers of Truth had seized control of the Templar Order and annulled the Nevarran Accord and divorced the Templars and Seekers from the Chantry due to their negligence in their handling of the rebellious mages that hade assembled in the old Tevinter fortress Andoral’s Reach, Owain was one of a number of templars who had refused to march to Orlais under Lord Seeker Lambert’s banner, instead choosing to remain loyal to the Chantry, which was seeking a peaceful resolution to the Mage-Templar War.  It was in that time that he and his fellow Chantry-loyalist templars were contacted by Seeker Cassandra Pentaghast, who was sent by Divine Justinia V, informing him and the other templars under his command that the Divine was organising a peace summit in the Temple of Sacred Ashes in Ferelden to end the war between the mages and templars and that the Chantry wanted Owain and the other Chantry-loyalist templars to attend the peace summit, to represent the Chantry and assist the Valo-Kas mercenaries in protecting the Chantry’s representatives during the Divine Conclave.

The Divine Conclave that was held in Haven had initially promised to bring peace and order back to Thedas, as was the intention of Divine Justinia V.  What no one had anticipated was a massive Veil tear known as the Breach opening up in the sky of the Frostback Mountains above the Temple of Sacred Ashes that spewed forth demons, killing many of the attendees of the Divine Conclave in a cataclysmic explosion that obliterated the Temple of Sacred Ashes, where Owain was somehow brought into the Fade against his will, where he would first encounter the ancient darkspawn Corypheus, the mastermind behind the attack on the Conclave, though he knew not his identity at the time, having lost nearly all memory of his time in the Fade, only able to recall being pursued by hideous spiders and aided in his escape by some sort of feminine spirit.  He somehow narrowly escaped from the Fade, emerging just outside the destroyed Temple of Sacred Ashes, where he was detained by the Inquisition and questioned by both Leliana and Cassandra Pentaghast, otherwise known as the Left and Right Hands of Divine Justinia V, who was among those killed in the explosion that had destroyed the Temple of Sacred Ashes.  Leliana and Cassandra had initially believed Owain was somehow involved in the attack on the Conclave that killed Justinia V but soon believed that Owain had nothing to do with the Breach and had afterwards brought him to the Temple of Sacred Ashes to use the mysterious magical mark on his left hand, otherwise known as the Anchor, that he had somehow received in the Fade to attempt to seal the Fade rift in the Temple of Sacred Ashes, accompanied along the way by the famed dwarven author and acquaintance of the Champion of Kirkwall, Varric Tethras, and a bald-headed apostate elf called Solas who possessed significant knowledge about the Fade and was someone who could teach Owain on how to use the Anchor, also meeting along the way an old acquaintance, Cullen Rutherford, who had also attended the peace summit under the capacity of the commander of the Inquisition’s armed forces.  It was there that Owain had used the Anchor on the Fade rift, though he could only stop it from growing, and when he had used it to halt the Fade rift’s growth did he and those accompanying him had heard an echo from Owain’s recent past, of Divine Justinia V calling out to him for help, presumably to rescue her from an unknown male entity that had abducted her when the Breach had opened, though Owain could provide no answer to Cassandra or Leliana.  After successfully halting the growth of the Breach, the many of the survivors of the attack on the Conclave, as well as refugees and pilgrims in the area had begun to venerate Owain, whom they dubbed the Herald of Andraste, convinced that the dutiful templar officer had been sent by the Maker after he was presumably led out of the Fade by his prophetess Andraste and saved the survivors from the demons that had attacked the Conclave.

Denounced by the surviving Chantry leadership, foremost among them Chancellor Roderick, and accused of heresy for harbouring and following the sole survivor of the Conclave’s destruction, Cassandra Pentaghast had declared the Inquisition, an old institution that dated back to the days before the founding of the Chantry during the Second Blight, reformed and independent of the Chantry.  With little political and financial support, the Inqusition had begun reaching out for potential allies like Sebastian Vael, the Prince of Starkhaven, and Anora Theirin, the reigning queen of Ferelden, to support the Inquisition in its early days.  With the unended threat of the Breach looming above them, the Inqusition sought for help from the mages and templars.  With the mages and templars resuming their hostilities against one another, the Inquisition only had one option and that was to approach the wise and benevolent Revered Mother, Gisele, who was located near the crossroads that led to the village of Redcliffe in Ferelden’s Hinterlands.  Accompanied by Cassandra, Varric, Solas and the Inquisition’s fledgling army comprised of templars and those from the Seekers of Truth that had not rallied under Lord Seeker Lambert’s banner a year prior to assault the mages in Andoral’s Reach as well as fresh-faced recruits that volunteered to join the Inquisition, Owain was able to reach out to Mother Gisele, who had suggested he should travel to Val Royeaux and seek out support from the Chantry.  Owain would heed Mother Gisele’s advice, and after quelling the threat that the rebel mages and renegade templars had posed to the farmers and refugees in the Hinterland and recruiting an elderly man called Dennet, Arl Eamon’s former horsemaster, into the Inquisition, Owain would travel next to Orlais.

Accompanied once again by Cassandra, Varric and Solas, Owain journeyed to Orlais’ capital of Val Royeaux to meet with the Chantry’s officials, just as Mother Gisele had suggested.  Upon arriving in Val Royeaux, one of Leliana’s scouts had reported to the Herald that the templars were present in force waiting for his arrival.  A tense confrontation with the Chantry’s Revered Mothers and the templars under the command of Lord Seeker’s Lambert’s successor, Lucius Corin ended with the templars leaving Val Royeaux with the proclamation that the Orlesian capital was unworthy of their protection.  With uncertainty and doubt rampant within the Chantry, the Herald would find allies in Val Royeaux from a couple unexpected sources, one of whom was the Chantry loyalist mage, advisor to the Orlesian Empress and paramour of Duke Bastien de Ghislain, Vivienne, the First Enchanter of Montsimmard’s Circle of Magi, who had offered an invitation for him to attend a party at Duke Bastien de Ghislain’s estate, offering her service to the Inquisition to end the chaos of Mage-Templar War and confront the parties responsible for the Conclave’s destruction as well as bringing a resolution to the civil war that gripped Orlais.  Owain was also approached by the leader of the Mage Rebellion, Fiona while in Orlais, who had suggested an alliance with the mages, convincing the Inquisition to negotiate with the rebel mages that resided in Redcliffe.  After returning to Haven, Owain was approached by a member of the Bull’s Chargers, a mercenary company led by the Qunari Ben-Hassrath agent, Iron Bull, who offered not just the services of the Bull’s Chargers, but also an offer of an alliance with the Qunari, although no agreement of an alliance was agreed to at the time.

Despite disapproval from a couple of his advisors, Owain had approached the rebel mages in Redcliffe.  When he had arrived, he was immediately suspicious, for not only had First Enchanter Fiona had never recollected meeting him in Val Royeaux when he had come to see her, but that she had in fact never even left Redcliffe since first arriving there after the mages were driven out of Andoral’s Reach.  Pondering on who the imposter he had met in Val Royeaux was, he was introduced to the Tevinter magister Gereon Alexius, whom had taken the rebel mages under his indentured servitude in exchange for protection and was the one that the Inquisition had to negotiate with when asking for the mages’ help in sealing the Breach.  Owain would realise that there was more going on in Redcliffe than he realised when Alexius’ Blight-tainted son, Felix had discreetly given him a message to meet in Redcliffe’s Chantry.  It was there that Owain and his companions had met Alexius’ former apprentice Dorian Pavus battling demons that were emerging out of a Fade rift in the middle of the Chantry.  After sealing the Fade rift, Dorian and Felix warned Owain of Alexius’ involvement with a Tevinter supremacist group, the Venatori, a group that was involved with the party responsible for the explosion at the Conclave and banishing Arl Teagan Guerrin from Redcliffe, and that the magister was interested in procuring the Anchor in Owain’s hand, using unstable time-manipulating magic to travel to Redcliffe to conscript the mages into the Venatori even before the Inquisition’s arrival.  Owain, Dorian and Felix then conspired to thwart Alexius’ plans, with Owain, Varric and Iron Bull meeting with the magister to negotiate with him while Dorian helped Leliana infiltrate Inquisition agents into Castle Redcliffe to take Alexius prisoner.  With his Venatori guards slain, Alexius had in his desperation after realising that his son had betrayed him attempted to use his time-manipulating magic to travel back in time to prevent the events that had transpired before him to happen, but had instead accidentally sent Owain and Dorian into the future that had been conquered by his master, the entity responsible for the Conclave’s destruction that was only known as the “Elder One”.  With the help of Varric, Iron Bull and Leliana, who had been taken prisoner by the Venatori when Owain and Dorian had disappeared through time and spirited a full year forward into the future, Owain and Dorian were able to find a way back to the present, thwarting Alexius’ plans in their totality but also learning much during their time in the future, that the “Elder One” commanded a demon army and had Empress Celene assassinated.  With Gereon Alexius taken prisoner by the Inquisition and the mages conscripted into the Inquisition after Queen Anora had rescinded her offer of sanctuary for the rebel mages after Arl Teagan’s banishment from his lands, the Herald was able to finally close the Breach.  With the Breach taken care of, the Inqusition could then focus on the “Elder One” and how to disrupt his plans.  Dorian had parted ways with the Inquisition right there and then, returning to Tevinter, though he would continue to aid the Inquisition in opposing the Venatori in whatever capacity he could.

The Inquisition didn’t have to wait long for the “Elder One” to make his next move, which was to have his Red Templar forces, renegade templars under the command of the disgraced templar Samson that had been exposed and mutated by red lyrium, assault Haven with all their strength.  Help had come unexpectedly at that very same time in the form of a young blond-haired man, who was in truth a Fade spirit called Cole, who had warned the Inquisition of the Red Templars that were marching to Haven.  The Inquisition was forced to take a stand against the Red Templars, where Owain had led his companions in battle to demolish the siege weapons that the Red Templars had deployed outside Haven and come face-to-face with the Red Templars’ leader and the individual responsible for the destruction of the Conclave, the ancient Tevinter magister and darkspawn that Varric had recognised as Corypheus, the same darkspawn that Robert Hawke had once fought in the Grey Warden prison in the Vimmark Mountains, a high dragon tainted by red lyrium at his side, leading the assault on Haven to kill the Inquisitor and seize the Anchor in the Herald’s left hand.  Owain succeeded in repelling the advancing Red Templar army by firing a trebuchet at the nearby mountain to trigger an avalanche that would bury a sizeable portion of the Red Templar army and allow the Inqusition and the refugees that had taken refuge in Haven to flee through a secret path that Chancellor Roderick had used to travel to the Conclave, but would at the same time almost get him killed when he was almost buried in the avalanche.  After tracking down where the survivors had retreated to and burying Chancellor Roderick, who had been fatally wounded while protecting the refugees from the Red Templars, Solas had led Owain and the Inquisition to the long-forgotten and abandoned stronghold known as Skyhold, which was located in the Frostback Mountains on the border between Ferelden and Orlais, where he had spoken to the Herald of the elven relic that Corypheus possessed, the Orb of Destruction.

After establishing itself in Skyhold, the Inquisition began organising its forces to challenge Corypheus, knowing all too well that should the ancient darkspawn attack again, the Inqusition might not survive the confrontation.  Reaching out to the various nations and prominent organisations and noble families in Thedas to gather support against Corypheus’ Red Templar and Venatori forces, the Inquisition would have the support to match Corypheus.  What was more important was what Owain had discovered while he and Dorian were in Castle Redcliffe after Alexius had accidentally sent them into the future, who remained a prisoner of the Inquisition, and that was to find Corypheus’ demonic army and destroy it and prevent the assassination of the Orlesian empress, who was currently at war with her cousin for the throne of Orlais.

While Seeker Cassandra was dispatched to the Hissing Wastes with a contingent of Inquisition scouts and soldiers to investigate the Venatori activity of ancient surface dwarven ruins situated north of the arid expanse of Western Approach in Western Orlais and the Inquisition’s ambassadorial personnel was busy contacting Empress Celene and Grand Duke Gaspard de Chalons to arrange peace talks, Owain was contacted by Robert Hawke, whom Varric had reached out to for help with Corypheus, who had told the Inquisitor that he had an ally within the Grey Wardens that could help.  This Grey Warden, Alistair Theirin, the bastard son of the “late” King Maric and half-brother to the “late” King Cailan, companion of Aenian Tabris the Hero of Ferelden who had sacrificed his life to slay the Archdemon Urthemiel, and a Senior Warden stationed in Ferelden, was being hunted by his fellow Warden brothers and sisters while he was investigating corruption within the Grey Warden Order.  After telling Owain that his investigations led to a Tevinter ruin in the Western Approach, the Inquisitor led Varric, Solas, Iron Bull, Alistair and Robert Hawke to the Tevinter ruin where they were faced with numerous Grey Warden mages under the sway of a Tevinter magister, the Tevinter mage Lord Livius Eremond, sacrificing Grey Warden warriors to summon and bind demons under their control, only for the demons and the Grey Warden mages to be under the control of the Venatori agent, Eremond.  The Inquisitor, his companions and allies were forced to slay the enthralled Grey Warden mages and the demons they had summoned while Eremond could escape.  After learning that Eremond had escaped to Adamant Fortress and was summoning demons with the help of the ensorcelled Grey Warden mages, the Inquisition had laid siege to Adamant Fortress, battling the Grey Wardens that defended the fortress.  It was in the heart of the fortress that Owain, Varric, Solas, Iron Bull, Alistair and Robert Hawke confronted Eremond, who was accompanied by Warden-Commander Clarel, where they briefly parleyed before they were forced to fight through the Grey Wardens who were blindly defending the Venatori mage, who had fled in an attempt to escape from not just the Inquisition, but also Warden-Commander Clarel, who had realised that Eremond was using the Grey Wardens to summon a demon army for their arch-nemesis, the darkspawn Corypheus.  Despite Corypheus’ Blight-tainted dragon raining fire from the sky and demons and Grey Wardens in their way, Owain and his party were able to confront Eremond, who had summoned the dragon to his side to kill Clarel, who was also chasing him, but not before the Warden-Commander could cast a final spell that destroyed parts of the fortress’ ramparts in an attempt to destroy Corypheus’ dragon, where Owain and those accompanying him would had fallen to their deaths had the Inquisitor had not used the Anchor to open a Fade rift to send them into the Fade.  In the Fade trying to find a way out, Owain was able to recollect his memory of his brief time in the Fade when Corypheus had destroyed the Conclave with the help of a Fade spirit that posed as Divine Justinia V, discovering that Corypheus had been controlling the Grey Wardens, who had helped the ancient darkspawn to sacrifice the Divine to power the Orb of Destruction, when Owain had unexpectedly interrupted Corypheus, who was going to sacrifice the Divine, acquiring the Anchor in his hand and escaping from the Fade with Divine Justinia V’s help.  The Inquisitor and his companions were able to escape from the Fade, even though Alistair had volunteered to remain in the Fade to distract the Nightmare demon that ruled the area of the Fade they were in to allow the Champion of Kirkwall to escape with the Herald.  With the Grey Wardens surrendered and Eremond captured by Inquisition forces, Owain could rejoice in denying Corypheus his demon army and conscripting the surviving Grey Warden warriors into the Inquisition’s ranks, whose expertise and skill-in-arms were an invaluable asset, though Solas would disapprove of Owain’s decision.  Robert Hawke had then left to report the events that had transpired to the Grey Warden leaders in the Anderfels.  It was also around this time that the Fade spirit known as Cole had left the Inquisition, although Owain would not realise any of this as he had all memory of Cole erased from his mind when he the Fade spirit departed.

After depriving Corypheus of his demon army, all that was left was to prevent Empress Celene’s assassination.  With the civil war in Orlais raging, protecting the Orlesian empress was next to impossible, but the Inquisition was able to convince Celene and Gaspard to put aside their animosity.  During the ceasefire between the two feuding Orlesian factions, the Inquisition was able to lend aid to Celene’s and Gaspard’s armies in the Exalted Plains from the Fade spirits possessing the corpses of the slain that rose as the undead that was threatening them, battling elements of the Freemen of the Dales, Orlesian soldiers from both Celene’s and Gaspard’s armies that had deserted and united together to annex the Dales from the Orlesian Empire and contacting a Dalish clan that was in the area.  The Inquisitor and his companions then travelled to the Emerald Graves, where the Orlesian deserters-turned-separatists, the Freemen of the Dales, were harassing the refugees of the war between Celene and Gaspard.  With the help of a man called Fairbanks, the Inquisitor was able to protect the refugees from the Freemen and liberated those who had been taken captive by the Freemen to mine red lyrium, discovering the alliance between the Freemen and the Red Templars in the area.  The Inquisition was swift in annihilating the Freemen and the Red Templars, freeing the region from the Red Templars and their Freemen allies for Celene and Gaspard.

With the Red Templar activities in the Emerald Graves disrupted, the Inquisition was able to get both Empress Celene and Grand Duke Gaspard, as well as the leader of the elven rebellion, Briala, together in the Winter Palace in Halamshiral to find a diplomatic solution to end Orlais’ civil war.  In a night of courtly intrigue, plots and conspiracies that wove around Celene, Gaspard and Briala, Owain and his companions, along with Celene’s occult advisor Morrigan, the Witch of the Wilds and former companion of the Hero of Ferelden and the Inquisition’s spymaster, were able to uncover the assassination plot that was being carried out by the Venatori and an Orlesian traitor that was collaborating with them, Gaspard’s younger sister Grand Duchess Florianne de Chalons.  The Inquisition was unsuccessful in preventing the assassination of Empress Celene, but they were able to eliminate the Venatori and the traitor Florianne.  With the death of Celene, Grand Duke Gaspard was crowned Emperor of Orlais, who had after ordering Briala’s execution to put an end to the elven rebellion had brought Orlais’ civil war to an end and agreed to aid the Inquisition against Corypheus, sending Morrigan to Skyhold to assist the Inquisition.

With the efforts of the Inquisition successful in preventing chaos from engulfing Orlais, Corypheus was forced to go to ground and consolidate his remaining Red Templar forces in the Arbor Wilds.  To further weaken Corypheus, the Inquisition had sent its forces to Emprise du Lion, shutting down the Red Templars’ red lyrium mining operation and capturing Suledin Keep from the Desire demon Imshael, who was inhabiting the keep that the Red Templars had been using as their base of operations in the region, recruiting the disgraced chevalier Michel de Chevin into the Inquisition and formally sealing an alliance with the Qunari after destroying a Venatori smuggling operation in the Storm Coast, though the alliance did cost the lives of the members of the Bull’s Chargers who had sacrificed their lives to save a Qunari dreadnought.

When the Inquisition’s forces were ready, they marched in force into the Arbor Wilds to destroy the Red Templars once and for all and deny Corypheus the prize that he sought, which was the Well of Sorrows, situated within a long-forgotten elven ruin that was defended by its immortal elven guardians, who had fought both the Inquisitor, accompanied by Morrigan and his companions, as well as the Red Templars to protect the Well of Sorrows from desecration.  They were successful in denying Corypheus a victory when Morrigan had drunk from the Well, escaping from the ancient darkspawn’s wrath through an Eluvian nearby.

It was during the assault in the Arbor Wilds when a powerful earthquake had struck along the Storm Coast, even though they had been occurring along the north Ferelden coast for several months, which had been threatening the lyrium mining operations in the Deep Roads that supported Orzammar’s economy and the Inquisition’s lyrium trade with the dwarven kingdom.  Owain and his companions went to the site of a fissure opening in the Sword Coast that led to the Deep Roads where the cause of the earthquakes was, accompanied in their expedition by Valta, a member of the Shaperate, and a Legion of the Dead veteran called Renn, battling through the darkspawn hordes, venturing far underground beyond the Deep Roads investigating the cause of the earthquakes, which Valta speculated was a Titan.  Renn was slain below the Deep Roads by the mysterious guardians of the Titan, the Sha-Brytol, but the Inquisitor, his companions and Valta persevered deeper, eventually finding their way inside the Wellspring, a vast cavern supporting its own ecosystem, realising then that they were inside the Titan.  After battling the gargantuan rock wraith guardian protecting the Titan’s heart and putting an end to the earthquakes that threatened Orzammar’s lyrium mining operations, Owain and his companions had left Valta, who wanted to remain in the Wellspring after being exposed to raw lyrium by the Titan’s heart.

With Corypheus’ Red Templars destroyed and their leader Samson slain by the Inquisitor, and the Venatori severely decimated by the Inquisition and its many allies, the only thing that remained was to confront the ancient darkspawn and his red lyrium-tainted high dragon.  To match Corypheus’ dragon, Morrigan had suggested summoning the elven goddess Mythal to aid them.  Owain and Morrigan travelled together back to the Arbor Wilds to an altar, from where they could summon Mythal.  When Morrigan had performed the summoning ritual to summon the elven goddess, they were greeted instead by her mother Flemeth, also known by other aliases, including Asha’bellanar to the Dalish, and more commonly the Witch of the Wilds, whom was supposedly slain by the Hero of Ferelden, Aenian Tabris, slain more than ten years earlier during the Fifth Blight.  Despite her surprise to meet her mother, Morrigan was taught how to shapeshift into a high dragon by her mother.

With Morrigan, Cassandra, Iron Bull, Varric, Vivienne, Solas and a small detachment of Inquisition soldiers accompanying him back to Haven, Owain returned to the valley where the Temple of Sacred Ashes were, where Corypheus had shown himself with his dragon and a small army of demons at his beck and call, using the Orb of Destruction to reopen the Breach to destroy Thedas in his mad quest to attain godhood.  It was there that a cataclysmic battle was fought, during which Owain and his companions had chased Corypheus through the ruins of the Temple of Sacred Ashes that the ancient magister had raised into the sky with his powerful magic and Morrigan had duelled with the red lyrium dragon in the sky.  The battle was fierce and Morrigan was gravely wounded, though she was able to survive when Owain had intervened and slew Corypheus’ high dragon before using the Anchor to cast the ancient darkspawn into the Fade, where he was presumably destroyed and seizing the Orb of Destruction, though the elven artefact was destroyed, sealing the Breach closed one final time, securing victory for all of Thedas.  Solas had departed around that time, and since then the Inquisition had focussed some of its attentions on attempting to tracking down the elven apostate.

Shortly after Corypheus’ defeat, the Chantry had elected a new Divine.  The Divine to succeed Justinia V was the loyalist mage Vivienne, whom with the support of the Herald of Andraste was able to ascend to the sunburst throne, becoming Divine Victoria, which caused controversy throughout Thedas, giving that Vivienne was the first mage to ever be elected as Divine of the Chantry.  Vivienne’s reign as Divine Victoria was quickly cemented when opposition to her appointment as Divine of the Chantry was swiftly quelled, though many that continued to criticise the choice of the Divine turned to blame the Inquisitor.

It was two years after Vivienne ascension into the Sunburst Throne that an Exalted Council was convened in the Winter Palace in Halamshiral at the request of both the nations of Ferelden and Orlais.  These two southern Thedas nations, once the Inquisition’s biggest supporters, had called into question the continued justification for the Inquisition’s existence, given that the continental-sized independent organisation carried political weight that rivalled the most powerful countries of Thedas.  The two nations at the heart of the Exalted Council had agendas of their own, with their representatives Arl Teagan Guerrin of Ferelden and Lord Cyril de Montfort of Orlais respectively pushing for their agendas, that Ferelden demanded the Inquisition to disband while Orlais sought for the Inquisition to scale down in size and make it a vassal for the Orlesian Empire.  To add to the drama in the Winter Palace, the Inquisition had stumbled upon a plot by the Qunari, led by one of the leaders of the Ben-Hassrath, a Qunari woman known as the Viddasala, who had accused the Inquisition of harbouring agents of Fen-Harel, enemies of the Qunari, to assassinate the representatives of the Exalted Council.  Furthering the problems facing the Inquisition, the Anchor in the Herald’s left hand was beginning to become unstable, causing him incredible pain and even threatening his life.  Calling for a temporary reprieve for the Exalted Council’s negotiations to investigate the discovery of a slain Qunari soldier inside the Winter Palace, Owain, Cassandra, Varric and Iron Bull discovered an Eluvian inside the Winter Palace that the Qunari were using to gain entry into the Winter Palace.  Together with his three companions, the Inquisitor explored the Eluvian network, also known as the Crossroads, a nexus point of the Eluvians that the Qunari had gained limited control over, following the Qunari, through the Eluvians to various places, such as elven ruins, the Deep Roads, an ancient elven library within the Crossroads, and even to a distant Qunari fortress where the Qunari were making Gaatlok to attack the Exalted Council, where by the order of the Viddasala, Iron Bull had betrayed Owain and attempted to kill him, only for Cassandra to strike him down like a common traitor.  After killing Iron Bull, the Inquisitor, Cassandra and Varric pursued Viddasala, who had told them of how Solas, otherwise known as the elven god of betrayal, Fen-Harel, had been manipulating the Inquisition from the beginning and that he was the one who had arranged for Corypheus to acquire the Orb of Destruction before she retreated through an Eluvian to an elven ruin littered with Eluvians.  Owain, Cassandra and Varric then followed Viddasala through the Eluvian, accompanied unexpectedly by Dorian Pavus, who had been following them since they had discovered the dead Qunari soldier and the Eluvian the Qunari had emerged from in the Winter Palace, fighting their way through the Viddasala’s Qunari warriors, even though the Anchor was becoming more unstable every minute they were in the elven ruin.  Owain had found Solas and Viddasala, and after witnessing his former companion turn the Ben-Hassrath leader to stone demanded an explanation from the elven apostate.

Solas, revealing himself as Fen-Harel, had revealed to Owain why he had manipulated the Inquisition, that after awakening from a long slumber after creating the Veil that imprisoned the other elven gods he had warred against in the Ancient Age, who were in truth either powerful elven mages or spirits possessing incredible power, he had intended to trick Corypheus to unlock the Orb of Destruction so that he could use its power to destroy the Veil and restore the lost glory of the elves but did not anticipate the ancient darkspawn to have attained immortality, instead expecting Corypheus to be destroyed after unlocking the Orb of Destruction, which resulted in the destruction of the Divine Conclave and Owain acquiring the Anchor, which was flaring up and was going to kill the Inquisitor while he and Solas had conversed.  Solas had in a final act of kindness for Owain removed the Anchor, along with his left forearm before departing through an Eluvian, leaving the wounded Inquisitor to deal with the conclusion of the Exalted Council, of which he announced that the Inquisition was not disbanding, but rather shrinking in size and pledging its service to the Chantry and the Divine instead of Orlais.  With the downscaling of the Inquisition, its duties relegated to the direct service of Divine Victoria, the Inquisition’s focus was turned towards thwarting the machinations of Solas despite the constant threat of being undermined by elven spies loyal to Solas within the Inquisition.

Relationships

Cassandra Pentaghast – a Chantry Seeker and the Right Hand of Divine Justinia V, who was also one of the people responsible for the restoration of the Inquisition that accompanied Owain Trevelyan in his mission to thwart Corypheus’ plans to conquer Thedas

Varric Tethras – a dwarven rogue and friend of the Champion of Kirkwall that helped Owain in his mission against Corypheus and his Red Templar soldiers, later becoming the Viscount of Kirkwall due to Robert Hawke’s continued absence from the city-state

Solas – an elven apostate who voluntarily aided the Inquisition against Corypheus until departing mysteriously after the ancient darkspawn was destroyed, was later revealed by the Viddasala to be the Dread Wolf, otherwise known as the elven god Fen-Harel, who had originally manipulated Corypheus into unlocking the power of the Orb of Destruction, knowing that doing so would destroy him, for the purpose of restoring the long-lost glory of the ancient elves, only to be disappointed when the ancient darkspawn had survived, manipulating the Inquisition into cleaning up the mess he had made concerning Corypheus, and was actively being hunted by the Inquisition after he removing the Anchor from Owain to stop his mad quest to that threatened Thedas

Vivienne – the First Enchanter of the Orlesian Circle of Magi in Montsimmard, mistress to Duke Bastien de Ghislain and one of the few mages loyal to the Chantry that had joined the Inquisition to restore order to Thedas after many years of conflict between mages and templars and the civil war between Empress Celene and Grand Duke Gaspard de Chalons, of whom Owain had fancied romancing but was rejected multiple times, was the first mage to be elected as Divine of the Chantry, becoming known as Divine Victoria, where she represented the Chantry during the Exalted Council to determine the Inquisition’s future, of which it continued to exist as her personal honour guard

Iron Bull – a Qunari warrior and Ben-Hassrath agent that led the mercenary company, the Bull’s Chargers, serving in the Inquisition as Owain Trevelyan’s bodyguard until he betrayed the Inquisition during the Qunari’s attempt to assassinate the leaders of the Exalted Council in 9:44 Dragon

Cole – a mysterious Fade spirit that had assumed the form of a young, pale-skinned, blond-haired man, who expressed empathy and compassion that had joined the Inquisition to help people but was compelled to leave due to his personal dissatisfaction of how Owain was leading the Inquisition

Leliana – the Left Hand of Divine Justinia V and former companion of the Grey Wardens Aenian Tabris and Alistair that co-founded the Inquisition with Cassandra Pentaghast, serving as the Inquisition’s spymaster

Cullen Rutherford – a Knight-Captain in the Templar Order that was stationed under Knight-Commander Meredith during the crisis that preceded the Mage-Templar War, who was an ally of both the Hero of Ferelden Aenian Tabris and the Champion of Kirkwall Robert Hawke that was recruited by Cassandra Pentaghast to lead the Inquisition’s military forces, had left the Inquisition and disappeared after the Exalted Council had concluded, presumably because he felt he was unfit to continue leading the Inquisition’s troops due to his lyrium addiction

Josephine Montilyet – an Antivan noblewoman and one of the Herald of Andraste’s advisors that was versed in diplomacy, who Leliana had convinced to join the Inquisition as its ambassador and lead diplomat

Corypheus – an ancient darkspawn that was also one of the Tevinter magisters and the High Priest of Dumat that had entered the Fade in order to seize the Golden City to attain godhood but instead unleashed the Blight on Thedas, later attempted to enter the Fade to achieve godhood with elaborate schemes, forming alliances with demons, leading the Tevinter supremacist cult known as the Venatori and the red lyrium-corrupted Red Templars, and plotted the destruction of Thedas’ most powerful factions and institutions, namely the Chantry, with the obliteration of many of the representatives of the Divine Conclave in Haven between the mages and templars and sacrificing Divine Justinia V to power an elven artefact called the Orb of Destruction, only for his plans to become undone by one of the templars responsible for the protection of the Chantry representatives of the peace summit in Haven, Owain Trevelyan, on numerous occasions in Haven, Redcliffe, Adamant Fortress, Halamshiral, the Hissing Wastes, Emprise du Lion and the Arbor Wilds, was cast into the Fade by Owain when they had fought in the ruins of the Temple of Sacred Ashes and presumably destroyed

Samson – a templar that had been dishonourably discharged from the Order many years prior to the Mage-Templar War before rallying the discontent templars that had rejected the Chantry’s authority into the ranks of Corypheus’s Red Templar army, leading the Red Templars as their general, was slain by the Inquisitor in the elven ruin when they had fought in the Arbor Wilds

Viddasala – one of the Qunari’s Ben-Hassrath leaders whose field of expertise was the research of magic for the sole purpose of the suppression of magic that was involved in a Qunari conspiracy to eliminate the leaders of the southern Thedas, including Owain Trevelyan, who she accused of harbouring agents of Fen-Harel within the Inqusition, in order to pave the way for a Qunari invasion and occupation of Orlais and Ferelden, was killed by the Dread Wolf when he had used his magic to turn her to stone

Saarath – a qunari Saarebas under Viddasala’s command during her research of the Veil as part of the Qunari’s plan to kill the attendees of the Exalted Council, only for her to lose control of him during a confrontation with Owain Trevelyan in the Shrine to the Dread Wolf, was destroyed by the Inquisitor when he had used the Anchor on him

Meredith Stannard – the Knight-Commander of the Templars in Kirkwall that Owain was once acquainted with during his brief visit to Kirkwall before the Arishok’s attempt to seize control of Kirkwall, who was ultimately destroyed by her red lyrium sword that she had wielded when she had attempted to kill Robert Hawke in the Gallows

Lord Seeker Lambert van Reeves – a former templar Knight-Captain and member of the Seekers of Truth that had taken command of the Templar Order and the Seekers of Truth when the Nevarran Accord was annulled to crush the Mage Rebellion, had disappeared under mysterious circumstances and was presumed dead

Robert Hawke – the Champion of Kirkwall that briefly ruled Kirkwall as viscount until his ousting by templars that were using red lyrium, who helped the Inquisition along with the Ferelden-born Grey Warden and former templar trainee Alistair with confronting the enthralled Grey Wardens by the Venatori magister Livius Eremond at Adamant Fortress and the Fade, surviving the battle and travelling to Weisshaupt Fortress to brief the rest of the Grey Wardens on the events that had transpired in Orlais

Alistair – the Warden-Commander of Ferelden’s Grey Wardens, the illegitimate son of the “late” King Maric Theirin and companion of the Hero of Ferelden Aenian Tabris that was investigating corruption within the Grey Warden Order that he had sought help from the Champion of Kirkwall and the Inquisition that led them to Adamant Fortress, where the Grey Warden mages were enslaved to the Venatori mage, Livius Eremond, sacrificing his life in the Fade to allow the Inquisitor and the Champion of Kirkwall to escape from the Fade

Morrigan – one of the Hero of Ferelden’s companions during the Fifth Blight that had insinuated herself into Orlais’ prominent social circles, serving as Empress Celene’s occult advisor before being temporarily transferred into the Inquisition’s service after the empress’ assassination until Corypheus was defeated when she had left the Inquisition’s services and vanished without a trace

Empress Celene Valmont I – the Empress of Orlais who was defending her reign from her rebellious cousin, Grand Duke Gaspard de Chalons for several years before the peace summit in Haven and the formation of the Inquisition, was assassinated by her cousin Grand Duchess Florianne de Chalons during the peace negotiations in the Winter Palace that the Inquisition was cordially invited to that were to end the civil war in Orlais

Grand Duke Gaspard de Chalons – the cousin of the reigning Orlesian empress that had openly rebelled against her, who succeeded her and became the Emperor of Orlais after Celene’s assassination during the peace talks between him, Celene and Briala’s elven insurgents by his sister, Florianne

Grand Duchess Florianne de Chalons – the younger sister of Grand Duke Gaspard de Chalons who had conspired with the Venatori to assassinate her cousin, Celene Valmont I, was slain by one of Owain’s companions that had accompanied him to the peace talks in the Winter Palace

Briala – an elven insurgent leader during Orlais’ civil war, a civil rights champion for the elves of Thedas and a former paramour of Celene’s that the Orlesian empress had been attempting to procure the support of, was arrested and executed on Gaspard’s order after he was named Emperor of Orlais

Teagan Guerrin – the Arl of Redcliffe and Ferelden’s ambassador to Orlais that had wanted the Inquisition to disband at the Exalted Council

Cyril de Montfort – a prominent Orlesian nobleman and a member of the Council of Heralds that had wanted the Inqusition to become a vassal to the Orlesian Empire

Lace Harding – a Ferelden-born female dwarf that served as the Inquisition’s lead scout

Mother Gisele – a charitable and benevolent Revered Mother that the Inquisition had sought for help in securing Chantry support in the Inquisition’s early days when it was denounced as a heretical organisation by the Chantry hierarchy

Roderick Asignon – the Grand Chancellor of the Chantry and de-facto leader of the Chantry after the deaths of Divine Justinia V and all the other higher-ranking Chantry officials at the Divine Conclave in Haven that had denounced the Inquisition when it was formed and initially believed that Owain was involved in the destruction of the Temple of Sacred Ashes and the deaths of Divine Justinia V and many of the other Conclave attendees, was wounded during the Red Templar’s attack on Haven after the massive Veil tear over Haven was sealed, directing the Inquisition to a secret passage where they could retreat from Corypheus’ Red Templar army before the Inquisition could be overrun, dying from his wound after confiding to Owain that he had been wrong about him

Dennet – a retired horsemaster that was once in the service of Arl Eamon that Owain had sought out for his expertise in horses and in procuring his horses for the Inquisition

Lord Seeker Lucius Corin – the leader of the Seekers of Truth and the commander of the renegade templars that had turned their backs on the Chantry, succeeding his predecessor, Lambert van Reeves after he had disappeared under mysterious circumstances but was believed to have been killed in retribution by the mages

Cremisius Aclassi – a transgendered Tevinter-born mercenary and Iron Bull’s second-in-command in the Bull’s Chargers’ mercenary company, was killed along with the rest of the Bull’s Chargers when Owain and the Iron Bull led an assault on a Venatori smuggling operation in the Storm Coast and had sacrificed the lives of the Chargers to save a Qunari dreadnought

Fiona – an elven mage that was at one stage in her life a Grey Warden before she was kicked out of their Order after she had been mysteriously cured of the taint that affected every Grey Warden, becoming the Grand Enchanter of the Circle of Magi, leading the Mage Rebellion, seeking refuge in Redcliffe and had negotiated with the Tevinter magister Gereon Alexius on the mages’ behalf for protection in exchange for service to the Tevinter Imperium, was conscripted into the Inquisition along with the other mage refugees after Owain and Dorian had thwarted Magister Alexius’ schemes in Redcliffe when Queen Anora had revoked her offer of sanctuary for the rebel mages in Ferelden

Magister Gereon Alexius – a Tevinter magister and magical researcher that focussed his studies on the manipulation of time that had joined the Venatori in the hope that in doing so he could cure his son Felix from the Blight that was slowly killing him

Felix – Magister Alexius’ son, who was infected with the Blight when darkspawn had ambushed the caravan he was travelling in which had also killed his mother many years earlier, whom his father, Gereon Alexius had conspired with Corypheus and his Venatori extremists to kill Owain Trevelyan in the slim hope that Corypheus could save his son from dying from the Blight

Dorian Pavus – a charming and charismatic mage from the Tevinter Imperium and Magister Alexius’ former apprentice that had aided the Inquisition in thwarting Magister Alexius’ plans to kill Owain, leaving Haven after Owain had debriefed his advisors on what had transpired in Redcliffe when he had gone to meet with the magister, later met the Inquisitor in the Winter Palace a couple years after Corypheus’ defeat where he was sent by the Magisterium to observe the Exalted Council’s decision on whether the Inquisition was to disband or serve as Divine Victoria’s personal honour guard

Lord Livius Eremond – a high-ranking Venatori agent and Tevinter blood mage that had enthralled the Grey Warden mages into summoning Corypheus’ demon army in Adamant Fortress, was taken prisoner by the Inquisition’s forces after Adamant Fortress was taken and the defeated Grey Wardens conscripted into the Inquisition

Hawen – the Keeper of the Dalish clan that Owain had met in the Exalted Plains

Fairbanks – an Orlesian man that had contacted the Inquisition for help in ridding the Emerald Graves of the Freemen of the Dales and their Red Templar allies

Michel de Chevin – a disgraced chevalier that once served as Empress Celene’s champion, who Owain Trevelyan had met while he was tracking down the desire demon Imshael, joining the Inquisition after Owain and his companions slew Imshael in Suledin Keep

Baron Edouard Desjardins – the Inquisition’s commander of Suledin Keep and a family friend of Josephine Montilyet

Imshael – a desire demon that was being pursued by Michel de Chevin, who was slain by Owain Trevelyan

Abelas – one of the Sentinel elves responsible for guarding the Temple of Mythal in the Arbor Wilds that Owain Trevelyan had encountered in the elven ruin while he was searching for the Well of Sorrows, was slain by Morrigan to stop him from destroying the Well of Sorrows to prevent Morrigan from drinking from it

Valta – a female dwarven historian and Shaperate field researcher from Orzammar that had aided Inquisitor Owain Trevelyan in investigating the earthquakes that threatened Orzammar’s lyrium mining industry and investigated the myth of the Titans, parting ways with the Inquisitor after they were able to put an end to the earthquakes that had threatened Orzammar’s economy

Renn – a member of the Legion of the Dead and former cobbler that had accompanied Owain Trevelyan and Valta in their investigation of the earthquakes Deep Roads, was killed in the natural caverns beneath Heidrun Thaig by the Sha-Brytol

Numerous family members and relatives, both close and distant, most notably his father Bann Trevelyan and his Rivaini wife, and a fraternal twin sister, a Circle mage in Ostwick’s Circle that Owain was forced to kill in the early days of the Mage-Templar War
Owain Trevelyan (Dragon Age Inquisition)
It’s been a few months since I had added my Champion of Kirkwall’s profile on deviantART.  I had meant to put add the profile of my Herald of Andraste Owain Trevelyan, a proud, noble and overweight Knight-Lieutenant of the Templar Order that was stationed in Ostwick’s Circle of Magi where his fraternal twin sister was a member of Ostwick’s Circle of Magi, whom he had killed when the Circles of Magi had rebelled back in January or even February but I was a little lazy.

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Character No#13 (Dragon Age 2)

Name: Robert “Bob” Hawke
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Place of Birth: The Arling of Amaranthine, Ferelden

Character Description

Age: Born approx. 9:08 Dragon
       20’s (During his numerous adventures around Kirkwall)
       Early 30’s (During his short tenure as Viscount of Kirkwall and investigations into the disappearance of the Grey Wardens in Ferelden and Orlais)
Height: 184cm (approx. 6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Very Fair
Hair Colour: Red
Hair Style: Bald (Clean-shaven)
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Warrior (Sword & Shield Berserker Specialisation)
Personality Traits: Fierce, Aggressive & Pragmatic
Deity/Religion: Andrastian

Background

Robert Hawke was born the first-born child of Leandra Amell, the eldest child of a prominent noble family who left behind a life of privilege when she left the city of her birth to move to Ferelden with the man she had eloped with, the apostate mage Malcolm Hawke.  Growing up for the Hawke family was difficult, considering that Robert’s father, as well as his younger sister Bethany were both apostates, unsanctioned mages who feared the persecution of the templars whose sworn duty was to hunt down renegade mages.  The Hawke family never stayed in one place for long, careful to not reveal the patriarch and the only daughter of the family that they were apostates.  They eventually settled in the village of Lothering, where they lived for several years, Malcolm passing away in the year 9:27 Dragon, entrusting the welfare of Bethany and her twin brother Carver to Leandra and Robert.

A time after his father’s death, Robert left Lothering, travelling to Denerim to enlist in King Cailan’s army, his younger brother Carver following in his footsteps sometime afterwards when their mother had permitted it, leaving Leandra to look after Bethany.  Robert and Carver marched to the ruined Tevinter fortress, Ostagar, with the king’s army to repel the darkspawn invasion in 9:30 Dragon, fighting in a couple intense battles with the darkspawn before the fateful assault on Ostagar where Teyrn Loghain had turned his forces away to allow the darkspawn to slaughter Ferelden’s standing army and kill King Cailan and nearly every Grey Warden that was at Ostagar.  Robert had managed to escape Ostagar before the battle by deserting his post, abandoning Carver, who had miraculously survived the battle by following other Ferelden soldiers who could retreat, much to his mother’s fury.

With Leandra and her children reunited, they fled Lothering when the darkspawn had attacked the village, fleeing eastwards to Gwaren to purchase safe passage to Kirkwall in the Free Marches.  Along the way, they met Aveline, a soldier who had fought at Ostagar, and her husband Ser Wesley, who later died from the darkspawn taint.  Carver wouldn’t survive the journey to Gwaren, the younger son of Leandra Amell slain unceremoniously by an ogre when they were ambushed by darkspawn.  Robert, Leandra, Bethany and Aveline were only able to survive when Flemeth, the Witch of the Wilds, intervened by killing the darkspawn and leading them to Gwaren in exchange for a small service that Robert had to perform for her when he arrived in the Free Marches, namely delivering an amulet she had given him to Marethari, the Dalish Keeper of the Sabrae Clan in Sundermount.

Robert and the others sailed for weeks with many other Ferelden refugees before arriving in Kirkwall, where despite initially being refused entry into the city, they were able to gain entry into the city when Leandra’s impoverished younger brother, Gamlen had negotiated with the Red Iron mercenaries to pay their way into the city in exchange for a full year of indentured servitude for Robert and Bethany.  In that one year Robert would earn a reputation with the Red Iron as an able-bodied, competent and skilled warrior, attracting the attraction of Varric Tethras, a dwarven storyteller and the younger brother of the leader of one of the most prominent members of the Dwarven Merchants Guild, Bartrand Tethras, who was organising an expedition into the Deep Roads that had initially refused to hire Robert and Bethany to accompany expedition.  Fearful of the increasing scrutiny of the templars in Kirkwall under the command of the stern and fierce Knight-Commander Meredith Stannard and desperate to earn enough gold to provide for his mother and sister and to escape the wretched squalor of Kirkwall’s Lowtown where Robert and his family lived with Gamlen, Robert had struck an agreement with Varric to secure a position in the Deep Roads expedition as a business partner, firstly acquiring several maps of the Deep Roads from a Grey Warden deserter, the apostate mage Anders, who shared his body with a Fade spirit of justice.  Robert was involved in a number of interesting adventures while he was earning the gold he needed to invest in the Deep Roads expedition, the foremost of which was his visit to Sundermount, where he first met the Dalish elves that had set up a semi-permanent settlement at the base of the mountain to deliver to Marethari the amulet that Flemeth had given to him, who then asked him to take the amulet to the summit of Sundermount where the Dalish blood mage Merrill would perform a ritual that would resurrect Flemeth, who had explained that she was previously killed by the Grey Warden Aenian Tabris at the behest of her daughter, Morrigan.  Robert would also involve himself in the affairs of fugitive mages, templars, corrupt city guards, self-serving bureaucrats, slavers that had occupied the estate that once belonged to the Amell family and finding the family will hidden inside the estate’s vault, a nobleman wrongfully suspected of his wife’s disappearance, the Chantry and the Qunari, who were stranded in the city when their fleet was destroyed in a vicious storm sometime after Robert’s arrival in Kirkwall, where during that time he met Fenris, an elven slave that once belonged to the Tevinter magister Danarius, who would become one of Robert’s closest friends in Kirkwall.

Robert would scrounge enough gold to invest in the Tethras brothers’ expedition in the Deep Roads as an equal partner, accompanied along for the adventure by Bethany and Fenris, where together they fought darkspawn, searched for a missing dwarven rune savant and found an idol made of red lyrium that Bartrand had claimed for himself, trapping him, Varric, Bethany and Fenris in the Deep Roads, where they fought their way through the dangers of the Deep Roads in a search for a way out and slew an ancient rock wraith that protected a vault filled with treasure, where along the way Bethany had died from the Blight.

Three years after the expedition, Robert and his mother Leandra had moved up in the world, relocating back to the Amell Estate after Robert had purchased it with some of the proceeds of his expedition in the Deep Roads.  His success in the Deep Roads had got him some serious clout in Kirkwall’s social circles, where he would find himself involved in the city’s politics concerning the simmering feud between the Chantry and the Qunari, finding himself the reluctant pawn for the machinations of Mother Petrice and the Arishok.  Robert would also involve himself in other adventures, including aiding the Chantry brother and the heir to Starkhaven’s throne, Sebastian Vael avenge his family, helped Varric track down Bartrand, hunted down Danarius’ apprentice with Fenris, attempted to pursue romance with Aveline, gotten involved with Merrill’s attempts to repair the Eluvian she brought with her after her exile from her clan, distancing himself from Anders after the Grey Warden deserter had asked for his help to stop Ser Alrik from attempting to turn every mage in Thedas tranquil and slaughtering an innocent mage after he had lost control of the Fade spirit that resided within his body, defended his business venture at the Bone Pit, returning to the Deep Roads to attempt the rescue of three dwarven brothers that went exploring in search for treasure, went into the Fade to prevent demons from possessing the Dreamer, Feynriel, fought and killed a group of bandits led by the blood mage Fell Orden, investigated a Grey Warden prison in the Vimmark Wasteland after Carta thugs had lured him there only to face the ancient darkspawn and Tevinter magister Corypheus and learning a little bit of his late father’s role in Corypheus’ imprisonment and continuing Emeric’s investigation of the missing women after Robert had found him dead in a dark alley that led him to the blood mage Quentin, who had also abducted his mother and killed her so he could use her and the other women he had abducted and killed to attempt to bring his dead wife back from the dead.  The situation in Kirkwall between the Chantry and the Qunari over the years had finally reached a boiling point after the murder of Saemus Dumar, the son of Kirkwall’s viscount by the Revered Mother Petrice that it led to the Qunari attempting to wrest control of the city from the viscount, leading to the deaths of many people, including the viscount, Marlowe Dumar, which only ended when Robert Hawke led the city guard, the templars and the Circle mages to battle the Qunari and personally killing the Arishok in combat, who was then declared the Champion of Kirkwall by the city’s acting ruler, Knight-Commander Meredith.

In the next three years that followed, tensions were boiling between the mages and templars, with Knight-Commander Meredith and the elven First Enchanter of the Circle of Magi in Kirkwall, Orsino frequently fighting over issues pertaining to the rights of the mages and the safety of the people in Kirkwall in public forums and the need for the city to appoint a new viscount, of which Robert was personally vying for.  To secure political support so he could become the next viscount, Robert worked closely with Meredith, hunting down blood mages and their allies and thwarting Ser Thrask’s conspiracy to remove Meredith from her position as Knight-Commander, securing the support of Knight-Captain Cullen and the other templars and a great number of Kirkwall’s nobility.  Aside from his involvement with the Templar Order in Kirkwall, Robert would get caught up in even more adventures in those tumultuous days, receiving an invite to Duke Prosper’s chateau in the Vimmark Mountains to participate in a wyvern hunt, where he was manipulated into helping the Qunari Ben-Hassrath agent Tallis infiltrate the duke’s fortress so she could prevent a traitor from selling Qunari secrets to Duke Prosper, killing a high dragon that had established a lair in the Bone Pit quarry after massacring all the miners there, defending Fenris from Danarius who wanted his slave returned to him, thwarting Jeven’s plot to remove Aveline from her position as Captain of the Guard, helping Varric look into why Bartrand’s mansion was haunted after the dwarf had sold it and combatting the pride demon Audacity after Marethari had released the demon from its imprisonment in Sundermount to prevent Merrill from restoring the Eluvian.

Tensions had finally reached the breaking point between the mages and templars when the renegade mage Anders destroyed the Kirkwall Chantry, killing many people within, among them the Grand Cleric Elthina, prompting the Knight-Commander to invoke the Right of Annulment and ordering the execution of every mage in Kirkwall, leading to a vicious battle between the mages and the templars in the city that attracted demons and abominations to rampage across Kirkwall.  Robert sided with the templars in response to Anders’ crimes, executing the apostate Grey Warden for mass murder and fighting by the Knight-Commander’s side against First Enchanter Orsino, who used Quentin’s research to transform into a harvester, killing him in a fierce confrontation within the Gallows.  Once the mages were dealt with, Robert would come to the ire of Meredith, who in her insanity caused by the red lyrium sword she wielded that was made from the lyrium idol that Bartrand had found in the Deep Roads ordered the templars to arrest him to face execution.  With Knight-Captain Cullen Rutherford coming to his defence and the templars flatly refusing to detain the Champion of Kirkwall, Meredith went berserk, tapping into the power of her red lyrium sword to animate the statues in the Gallows and attacked with superhuman ability that took everything that Robert, his companions and Cullen had to defeat her.  After the red lyrium sword had shattered and petrified Meredith, Robert Hawke was appointed as the Viscount of Kirkwall with the support of the templars, the city guard and the people of Kirkwall.

Robert governed Kirkwall in the tumultuous days after Knight-Commander Meredith had invoked the Right of Annulment to dissolve the Circle of Magi and ordered the execution of every mage in the city, overseeing the reconstruction of the city that had sustained heavy damage from the fighting between the mages, abominations, demons and the templars and city guard responsible for putting down the mage uprising in Kirkwall.  It was during that time when Robert began noticing the templars began using red lyrium, who became paranoid from its consumption and forced the Champion of Kirkwall to step down as viscount.  Robert left Kirkwall to investigate the templars’ use of red lyrium, contacting the Grey Warden Alistair for help, only to be informed that the Senior Warden was being hunted by his fellow Grey Wardens and had to go into hiding while investigating corruption within the Order’s ranks.  Robert and Alistair would work together with the Inquisitor, Owain Trevelyan to end the machinations of the Tevinter supremacist cult, the Venatori, who was manipulating the Grey Wardens through the elicitation of the Calling in every Grey Warden in Ferelden and Orlais by Corypheus, prompting the Orlesian Warden-Commander Clarel de Chanson to perform a blood magic ritual to summon an army of demons to march into the Deep Roads and kill the old gods before they could awaken at the Grey Warden keep, Adamant Fortress.  The Inquisition was forced to lay siege to Adamant Fortress, and Robert, Alistair, the Inquisitor and some of the Inquisitor’s companions, among them Varric led the assault into the keep, battling through demons and ensorcelled Grey Wardens before they were brought into the Fade.  The Inquisitor led his companions, Alistair and Robert through the Fade, confronting the fear demon that ruled the part of the Fade they were in and were able to escape, but only because Alistair had remained behind to distract the demon to allow the Inquisitor, the Champion of Kirkwall and the others to escape.  With the Inquisition victorious, the surviving Grey Wardens were conscripted into the service of the Inqusition, where they would be useful in combatting the darkspawn and Red Templars that the Inqusition battled against.  After the Siege of Adamant Fortress, Robert left Orlais to brief the Grey Wardens in the Anderfels on what had transpired in Adamant Fortress, returning to Kirkwall to help Varric rebuild the city once he had done so.

Relationships

Malcolm Hawke – Robert Hawke’s father, an apostate mage that had eloped with his mother Leandra Amell and took her to Ferelden after helping Warden-Commander Larius to renew the weakening seals of the Grey Warden prison in the Vimmark Mountains that imprisoned the ancient darkspawn Corypheus that had taught Bethany how to correctly use her magic and to hide it from those that would ostracise her for it, who led his family to settle down in the outskirts of Lothering in 9:20 Dragon, entrusting Robert and Leandra with the welfare of Bethany and Carver after he had passed away in 9:27 Dragon

Leandra Amell – Robert Hawke’s mother, the wife of the apostate Malcolm and the disinherited child of a prominent noble family that had fallen on hard times after she left for Ferelden with Malcolm, the only person that Robert would allow to call him Bob or Bobby, who later returned to Kirkwall with Robert, Bethany and Aveline as a refugee, living in a hovel with her younger brother Gamlen until her surviving children discovered her father’s will hidden inside the vault of the Amell estate that Gamlen had sold to slavers, was able to return to her childhood estate after Robert had bought it with some of the vast fortune he had found in the Deep Roads, was killed by the blood mage Quentin who had used her body and the dismembered body parts of several other middle-aged upper-class women he had abducted and killed in an attempt to magically recreate his dead wife

Bethany Hawke – Robert’s younger sister, an apostate mage that was taught by their father to control and conceal her magic that also had a habit of calling her older brother nicknames such as Bob and Bobby, nicknames that he hated, who helped her brother work off their year-long debt they owed Meeran and his mercenary company after he had arranged for them, Leandra and Aveline to enter Kirkwall when they had first arrived, and accompanying her brother on Bartrand’s expedition into the Deep Roads where she contracted the Blight and died

Carver Hawke – Robert’s younger brother, a skilled warrior that served in King Cailan’s army with his older brother, was killed by an ogre while Robert was leading his family, Aveline and Wesley to Gwaren

Gamlen Amell – Leandra Amell’s younger brother who had gambled away the vast Amell fortune after Leandra left for Ferelden with Malcolm Hawke and their parents had passed away due to illness and convinced the Red Iron mercenary leader Meeran to let his sister and her children into the city in exchange for the Hawke children’s services for the mercenaries for a year when they had fled Ferelden during the Fifth Blight

Keating – Robert’s faithful pet mabari

Aveline Vallen – a female warrior, whom Robert was infatuated with, that served in King Cailan’s army as an officer and the daughter of a self-exiled chevalier that accompanied the surviving members of the Hawke family to Kirkwall serve in its City Guard, quickly becoming the Captain of the City Guard after uncovering corruption from her predecessor, Jeven
Varric Tethras – the youngest son of the exiled Tethras family and a roguish merchant prince that owned the distinct repeating crossbow that he named Bianca, who convinced Robert Hawke to invest in his older brother’s expedition into the Deep Roads and authored the story of the Champion of Kirkwall and later lending his aid to the Inquisition to stop Corypheus’s plans to conquer Thedas

Anders – a Grey Warden deserter and an apostate that specialised in healing magic that shared his body with the Fade spirit Justice, was responsible for the destruction of the Chantry in Kirkwall and Grand Cleric Elthina’s death and swiftly summarily executed by Robert not long afterwards

Justice – a Fade spirit that resided within Anders, ultimately corrupting the Grey Warden deserter

Merrill – a female Dalish elf blood mage that occasionally accompanied Robert on his adventures after her clan had banished her for their own safety for bargaining with a pride demon that was imprisoned within the summit of Sundermount to help her restore a magical mirror of elven origins known as an Eluvian

Fenris – an elven warrior and escaped slave infused with lyrium markings all over his body by his former master Danarius that Robert had befriended while he was earning gold to help fund Bartrand’s expedition that would regularly accompany Robert on his adventures all over Kirkwall, the Wounded Coast, the Deep Roads and the Vimmark Mountains

Sebastian Vael – a devout Chantry Brother and the heir of the throne of Starkhaven whose family was murdered that Robert had befriended and urged to reclaim his birthright

Bartrand Tethras – Varric’s greedy and incompetent elder brother that reluctantly took the Hawke siblings along in his expedition into the Deep Roads after they had acquired a map of the Deep Roads from the Grey Warden deserter Anders and enough gold to sponsor the expedition, later trapped them, Varric and Fenris within the Primeval Thaig after a priceless idol made of red lyrium was discovered, was later tracked down by Robert and Varric in his mansion in Hightown a few years later and killed when he unexpectedly became violent as they confronted him

Bodahn Feddic – a dwarven merchant that was with Bartrand’s expedition and was also acquainted with the Hero of Ferelden, Aenian Tabris, and offered to be a servant to Robert Hawke after he had found his adopted son Sandal who had wandered off during the expedition

Sandal – Bodahn’s adopted son and a rune savant that specialised in enchanting and runecrafting that worked for Robert Hawke as a servant after Bodahn had asked Robert to find him when he had wandered off into the Deep Roads during Bartrand’s expedition

Marethari Talas – the Keeper of the Sabrae Clan and Merrill’s former mentor who banished her for attempting to restore the Eluvian and had convinced Robert to try to dissuade Merrill from fixing the Eluvian, had later released the pride demon Audacity that was imprisoned in Sundermount and took the demon inside of her, forcing Robert and Merrill to kill her

The Arishok – the leader of the Qunari expedition that was stranded in Kirkwall after a storm destroyed his fleet sometime after the Fifth Blight that Robert had dealings with on several occasions, was killed in battle by Robert when the Qunari had attempted to seize control of Kirkwall to stem the chaos and corruption that ran rampant in the city

Cullen – the Knight-Captain of the templars in Kirkwall and Knight-Commander Meredith’s second-in-command that survived a blood mage uprising at Kinloch Hold during the Fifth Blight thanks to the elven Grey Warden Aenian Tabris who fought against the blood mages, demons and abominations that infested the Circle tower at Lake Calenhad, who became one of Robert Hawke’s regular acquaintances, even intervening when Meredith had ordered the Champion of Kirkwall’s execution and humbly accepting him as Kirkwall’s newest viscount after Meredith’s death

Marlowe Dumar – the humble viscount of Kirkwall that ruled the city despite the religious tensions between the Chantry and the Qunari and the political manoeuvring of his rivals, murdered by the Arishok when the Qunari attempted to seize control of Kirkwall late in 9:34 Dragon

Saemus Dumar – the only surviving child of Marlowe Dumar and a convert to the Qun that was murdered by Chantry fanatics a couple days before the Qunari attempted to take control of Kirkwall

Seneschal Bran – the administrative assistant of Viscount Marlowe Dumar and consummate politician that was responsible for the day-to-day functionality of Kirkwall and preserving the respectable image of the Office of the Viscount

Meredith Stannard – the Knight-Commander of the Templars in Kirkwall and the true authority in Kirkwall that personally monitored the mages in Kirkwall’s Circle with an iron fist and dealt harshly with apostates, appointing Robert as Champion of Kirkwall despite her personal reluctance as she viewed him as a potential political threat and later had attempted to have him executed during the final showdown between the mages and templars despite his personal support for the templars over the mages, was killed after a fierce fight with Robert, his companions and Knight-Captain Cullen when her body became petrified in red lyrium when the sword she wielded against Robert, made from the same red lyrium that the idol that Bartrand had taken from the Primeval Thaig had shattered

Orsino – the elven First Enchanter of Kirkwall’s Circle of Magi and Meredith’s political rival who was a strong advocate for the rights of mages, was killed in the fierce battle at the Gallows Prison after using the research of the blood mage Quentin to sacrifice numerous innocent mages to fuel a blood magic ritual to transform him into a mindless abomination known as a Harvester

Grand Cleric Elthina – the Grand Cleric of the Free Marches that was frequently seen in Kirkwall, was killed when the Grey Warden deserter and outlaw apostate Anders blew up the Chantry
King Cailan – the king of Ferelden whom Robert and Carver both served under in Ferelden’s army together after their father had passed away, was killed in battle when Teyrn Loghain turned his forces around and permitted the darkspawn to overwhelm Ostagar and spread north to Lothering and beyond

Ser Wesley Vallen – a templar that was married to Aveline that had contracted the Blight when he was wounded in a fight against the darkspawn and was euthanised by Robert

Flemeth – the mysterious Witch of the Wilds that led Robert, Bethany, Leandra and Aveline to Gwaren in exchange for a service she had asked him to later perform at Sundermount

Meeran – the leader of the Red Iron mercenary company that had agreed to pay the Hawke family’s way into Kirkwall in exchange for Robert and Bethany’s services for a full year

Xenon the Antiquarian – the mysterious proprietor of the Black Emporium beneath the streets of Kirkwall that had managed to cheat death with the help of a Witch of the Wilds and preserving his withered and decaying body, who invited Robert Hawke to peruse his wares

Lady Elegant – a herbalist that was acquainted with Robert while he was indentured into the Red Iron that had later married a nobleman and invited to Duke Prosper’s villa

Worthy – a dwarven runecrafter whose services Robert had made use of during his first year in Kirkwall working for the Red Iron until he took in Sandal as a servant and began using the savant’s considerable expertise in enchantments instead

Tomwise – an elven poison maker that Robert was acquainted with during his time in indentured servitude with the Red Iron

Lord Harimann – a noble in Kirkwall that convinced Viscount Dumar to send aid to Ferelden during the Fifth Blight and became resented by his peers because of it, was murdered by Robert Hawke at Meeran’s order to pay off his debt to the Red Iron mercenary company and earn some gold to fund Bartrand’s expedition

Lady Johane Harimann – the daughter of Lord Harimann, a mage and the mastermind of the assassination of the Vael family so she could further her own family’s power after striking a bargain with the desire demon Allure that took absolute control of her family and servants, was killed in a confrontation by Robert and Sebastian

Ruxton Harimann – Lady Harimann’s husband that had been bewitched by the desire demon Allure

Flora Harimann – Lady Johane Harimann’s daughter and heir to the Harimann family that was bewitched by Allure

Brett Harimann – Flora Harimann’s younger brother that was also bewitched by Allure

Allure – a desire demon that had corrupted Lady Harimann and controlled her husband and children that Hawke and his companions slew

Gustav – a Red Iron mercenary that Meeran had originally sent to kill Lord Harimann

Donnic Hendyr – a guardsman for the Kirkwall City Guard that Aveline was infatuated with and later married to Robert’s chagrin

Jeven – the corrupt former Captain of the Guard that had sent patrols carrying satchels containing the City Guard’s pay to be ambushed by the Coterie that was arrested after Aveline and Robert had discovered the ambushes were set up as a means of Jeven repaying his debts to the Coterie, had later led a group of anti-Ferelden insurgents and attempted to have Aveline removed from her post but was tracked down and killed when he and the other insurgents became violent

Ghyslain de Carrac – a minor noble of Orlesian descent that had been wrongfully blamed for his wife Ninette’s disappearance, which Robert would later discover that the blood mage Quentin had been the one responsible for her death

Emeric – a templar stationed in Kirkwall that had investigated the disappearances of several upper-class women and had turned to Robert for assistance where he met a grisly end in a dark alley where Robert stumbled upon his corpse while looking into the disappearances

Ilen – a craftsman and a merchant for the Sabrae Clan

Fenarel – a Dalish warrior from the Sabrae Clan

Paivel – a Dalish hahren for the Sabrae Clan

Keran – a templar recruit that had been kidnapped by blood mages and expelled because the templars feared there was some lingering demonic influence over him, was later involved in Ser Thrask’s conspiracy to remove Knight-Commander Meredith and was later reinstated into the Templar Order by Cullen for his cooperation in foiling the conspiracy

Macha – Keran’s sister that had fallen into debt with the Tevinter loan shark Senestra

Ser Thrask – a well-mannered templar with moderate views that had appealed to Hawke to convince the runaway mages from Starkhaven to surrender to Kirkwall’s templars peacefully, was later involved in a conspiracy to replace Knight-Commander Meredith and was murdered by Grace when he tried to dissuade her from attacking Robert and his companions when they had confronted them on the Wounded Coast

Ser Karras – a ruthless and abusive templar that Hawke met while he was convincing the Starkhaven mages to turn themselves over to Kirkwall’s templars

Grace – a Circle mage from Starkhaven that had escaped to the Wounded Coast and was swiftly apprehended and brought to Kirkwall, where years later she conspired with rebel mages and renegade templars to murder Knight-Commander Meredith, resorting to kidnapping Fenris to discourage Robert from interfering, only for him to kill her in the end

Alain – one of the Circle mages that had escaped from Starkhaven and was apprehended by Hawke that later joined Grace in her conspiracy to overthrow Knight-Commander Meredith and was executed by Cullen

Javaris Tintop – a dwarven merchant that had made attempts to procure the explosive black powder known as gaatlok from the Qunari and was executed by Hawke on 9:34 Dragon after he had stolen a qunari poison known as saar-qamek that nearly wiped out a single neighbourhood in Lowtown by an elven fanatic that despised the Qunari

Feynriel – a young elf-blooded boy and a Dreamer, a mage that could enter the Fade at will that Robert had convinced his mother to send to the Gallows, who was later made tranquil to prevent demons from possessing him

Arianni – Feynriel’s Dalish-born mother that had committed suicide by ingesting poison shortly after Feynriel was made tranquil

Raleigh Samson – a former templar and lyrium addict that was dismissed by Knight-Commander Meredith for delivering messages for mages and lived as a beggar, who later became the commander of the Red Templars in service to Corypheus

Petrice – a Chantry Sister that later became a Revered Mother who manipulated Hawke during his dealings with the Qunari on several occasions for the sake of fanning the flames of hate against the Qunari among the people of Kirkwall, was later stripped of her position by Grand Cleric Elthina after she murdered Saemus Dumar who had converted to the Qun

Ser Varnell – a templar that served as Petrice’s personal bodyguard

Ketojan – a Qunari Saarebas that Petrice had deceived Hawke into escorting out of Kirkwall to freedom despite his wish to live by the Qun, was handed over to the Arvaarad when Hawke had led Ketojan to the Wounded Coast

Hubert Bartiere – a merchant of Orlesian descent and the owner of the Bone Pit quarry outside Kirkwall that made Hawke a full partner in his business venture at the quarry after Robert and his companions slew the dragons that were responsible for slaughtering the quarry miners that worked there

Jansen – a Ferelden refugee that found work at Hubert’s quarry
Magistrate Vanard – a magistrate of Kirkwall that had hired Robert to bring him a criminal alive and unharmed, a mentally unstable man named Kelder, who was the magistrate’s son

Kelder – Magistrate Vanard’s son that was responsible for murdering numerous elven children, claiming that the demons in his head told him to do so

Yevhen – a dwarven merchant in good standing with the Dwarven Merchant’s Guild that had hired Robert to find his sons who had gone exploring in the Deep Roads

Emrys – the eldest of Yevhen’s sons that had survived his adventure in the Deep Roads

Iwan – the second eldest of Yevhen’s sons that had gone to the Deep Roads in search of treasure that was cast out of the family when Robert had informed Yevhen that he had abandoned Merin to die for his greed

Merin – the youngest of Yevhen’s sons that had gone to the Deep Roads in search of treasure that was killed by darkspawn when Iwan had abandoned him while he searched for the sword “Heartdrinker”

Hadriana – Danarius’ apprentice that was reputed to be exceptionally cruel to Danarius’ slaves that was sent by him to track down Fenris and bring him back to Danarius, was killed after Fenris had interrogated her about his sister

Orana – a female elf that was a slave to Hadriana until Robert liberated her and offered her employment as a servant in his estate

Ser Otto Alrik – a sadistic templar stationed in Kirkwall and the architect of the Tranquil Solution, a scheme to turn every Circle mage in Thedas tranquil that was killed in a fight against Robert and Anders

Lieutenant Harley – an officer in Kirkwall’s City Guard that was ambushed by Fell Orden and a number of Evets Marauders that Robert and Aveline had rescued

Lieutenant Jalen – an officer in Kirkwall’s City Guard

Fell Orden – an apostate blood mage and member of Evets Marauders that robbed, raped and murdered innocent people around the areas surrounding Kirkwall that Robert, Aveline and a patrol of Kirkwall’s City Guard had fought and killed in the Wounded Coast

Evets – the leader of Evets Marauders, a group of bandits that terrorised Kirkwall and the surrounding region that had attempted to avenge Fell Orden’s death three years after Robert became Champion of Kirkwall but was killed in combat by Robert

Sabin – a Ferelden refugee from Lothering and a former acquaintance of Robert’s parents that was employed at the Bone Pit until he was caught selling information about the cargo shipment schedules to Brekker and executed by Lilley with Robert’s approval

Lilley – a female warrior that worked for the Coterie that Hubert had hired to help put an end to the attacks on his cargo shipments that was murdered by Brekker, a Coterie thug that operated in Kirkwall’s southern side

Brekker – a Coterie thug that was responsible for the attacks on Hubert’s cargo shipments that Robert had tracked down and killed

Gascard DuPuis – an Orlesian nobleman and blood mage that was a primary suspect of Emeric’s investigations into the disappearances and murders of numerous affluent middle-aged women in Kirkwall that Robert had killed when he had confronted him in his estate, believing he was the person responsible for Ninette’s death

Quentin – an escaped blood mage skilled in necromancy that had escaped from Starkhaven’s Circle of Magi and later relocated to Kirkwall where he murdered numerous women, including Ghyslain de Carrac’s wife Ninette and Leandra Amell in order to dismember their bodies and use them to rebuild the likeness of his dead wife

Senestra – a Tevinter loan shark that Macha had gotten into debt with that Hawke was forced to kill after she was convinced of the profitability of selling Robert’s head, whether it was still attached to him or not

Danarius – a Tevinter magister that was known to be exceptionally cruel to his slaves, who had once owned Fenris until his escape, spending many years tracking down the runaway elf until their confrontation in the Hanged Man tavern, where Fenris and Robert killed him and Fenris’ sister Varania, who had become Danarius’ apprentice

Varania – Fenris’ sister and another of Danarius’ slaves that later became his apprentice, was killed along with Danarius by her brother Fenris

Comte Guillaume de Launcet – an Orlesian nobleman and father of Emile de Launcet that lived in Kirkwall

Comtess Dulci de Launcet – the wife of Count Guillaume and Emile’s mother that took pity on her son when he had ran away from the Circle of Magi by giving him some gold so he could flee Kirkwall

Emile de Launcet – one of Comte Guillaume and Comtess Dulci de Launcet’s children that had escaped from the Gallows so he could fornicate with a woman instead of escaping from the city with the money that his mother had given him but was dragged back to the Gallows by Robert Hawke after he refused to allow the young nobleborn mage to lose his virginity

Audacity – the pride demon that was imprisoned inside of an idol in Sundermount that had later possessed Marethari after she released it to prevent it from helping Merrill from repairing the Eluvian

Alistair – the illegitimate son of King Maric and Ferelden’s only surviving Grey Warden after the Hero of Ferelden, the Denerim-born elf Aenian Tabris slew the Archdemon Urthemiel atop the battlements of Fort Drakon that Robert first met during the Qunari’s attack on Kirkwall after Saemus’ murder, would later work together with him years later investigating the disappearance of the Grey Wardens in Ferelden and Orlais and allying with the Inquisition to free the Grey Wardens from Corypheus’ influence

Larius – the Warden-Commander of the Grey Wardens in the Free Marches and the former custodian of Corypheus’ prison that had used the non-Warden Malcolm Hawke to reinforce the weakening wards before his Calling that Robert had met when he visited Corypheus’ mountain prison in the Vimmark Mountains to stop Janeka from releasing Corypheus

Janeka – the Grey Warden that was manipulated into freeing Corypheus that Robert killed

Tallis – an elven assassin and a Ben-Hassrath agent that had manipulated Robert into infiltrating Duke Prosper’s residence, Chateau Haine, in the Vimmark Mountains and stealing a jewel called “Heart of the Many” that turned out to be a scroll containing the names of Qunari agents across Thedas that a traitorous Tal-Vashoth was going to sell to Duke Prosper

Leliana – the former companion of the Grey Wardens Aenian Tabris and Alistair, an acquaintance of Tallis and the Left Hand of the Divine that went by the pseudonym Sister Nightingale that was dispatched to Kirkwall to monitor the situation between the templars and mages for Divine Justinia V

Duke Prosper de Montfort – a prominent Orlesian nobleman who was related to the Empress of Orlais that loved hosting extravagant parties and wyvern hunts at his fortress-palace in the Vimmark Mountains that had invited Robert Hawke to participate in a wyvern hunt after he was declared the Champion of Kirkwall for defeating the Qunari and personally slaying the Arishok, was killed by the Champion of Kirkwall who was dragged into the Ben-Hassrath agent Tallis’ mission to steal the “Heart of the Many”

Cahir – Duke Prosper’s bodyguard who was of Chasind descent

Arlange – an Orlesian baron that had participated in Duke Prosper’s wyvern hunt that had attempted to kill Robert when he had killed the wyvern that he had been hunting and was executed by the Champion of Kirkwall at Duke Prosper’s suggestion

Cyril de Montfort – Duke Prosper’s son and heir

Bann Teagan Guerrin – the Arl of Redcliffe and Ferelden’s Ambassador to Orlais that Robert had met at Chateau Haine

Owain Trevelyan – an overweight templar officer of mixed Free Marcher-Rivaini descent that would become the Inquisitor to challenge Corypheus

Cassandra Pentaghast – a Seeker and the Right Hand of the Divine that spent years searching for Robert Hawke to help end the escalation between the mages and templars and was also one of the leading figures of the Inquisition that was formed to fight Corypheus and his followers, among them the Venatori, who were manipulating the Grey Wardens into summoning a demon army for them to use to conquer Thedas

Clarel de Chanson – the Warden-Commander of the Grey Warden Order in Orlais during the time of the Mage-Templar War that was deceived by the Venatori mage Livius Eremond into sacrificing many of her warriors to summon a demon army for Corypheus, was slain in Adamant Fortress when she used her last breath in a failed attempt to kill the red lyrium dragon that Corypheus commanded

Lord Livius Eremond – a Tevinter magister and Venatori agent that had manipulated the Grey Wardens into using blood magic to summon a demon army for Corypheus, was handed over to the Grey Wardens to answer for what he did to the Order after the Inquisition had captured him when they had assaulted Adamant Fortress
Robert Hawke (Dragon Age 2)
It's been nearly a full year since I've uploaded the character profile of my default Grey Warden, the Denerim-born city elf Aenian Tabris (this was back in early March).  Now, this late in the year (the new year is only a day or so away) and I'm now putting up the character profile of my Champion of Kirkwall and Viscount of Kirkwall, Robert "Bob" Hawke, whose adventures in Kirkwall, the Deep Roads and the surrounding Vimmark Mountains followed after the events of the Fifth Blight in Ferelden where Aenian Tabris had sacrificed his life to slay the Archdemon, leaving Alistair responsible for restoring the Grey Wardens in Ferelden, where together they had investigated the corruption of the Grey Wardens by the Venatori mage, Livius Eremond, with Robert Hawke escaping from the Fade because Alistair had remained behind to allow the Champion of Kirkwall, the Inquisitor Owain Trevelyan (whose character profile will be coming up in January) and Owain's companions (one of them being Varric) to escape and conscript the Grey Wardens into the Inquisition.
   
Aenian Tabris' character profile just below here

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Character No#12 (Mass Effect Andromeda)

Name: Lorna Sara Ryder
Gender: Female
Race: Human
Place of Birth: Citadel Space Station, situated in the Serpent Nebula

Character Description

Age: 22 (at the time she departed for the Andromeda Galaxy)
Height: 168 cm (Approx. 5’7”)
Eye Colour: Sapphire Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Dark-skinned
Hair Colour: Medium Brown
Hair Style: Wavy shoulder-length
Bust Size: A-Cup
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Vanguard (Close-quarters Biotic Specialist)
Personality Traits: Nonchalant, Sympathetic, Bright-Humoured, Occasionally Impulsive
Deity/Religion: Christianity

Background

Born on the Citadel Space Station in the year 2163, Lorna Sara Ryder and her younger fraternal twin brother Jacob Scott Ryder were raised by their mother, Dr. Ellen Ryder, a pioneer of biotic implant development, who died from a rare terminal neuro-degenerative disorder due to prolonged exposure to Element Zero, leaving her and her twin brother to be raised by their father, Alec Ryder, a Systems Alliance N-7 veteran of the First Contact War on Shanxi, a passionate explorer and a determined proponent for the advancement of the human race via his unwavering support for research in artificial intelligence.

Lorna and Jacob would both enlist in the Systems Alliance military together, but serving in different units, with Lorna working alongside Prothean researchers during her peacekeeping duties while her brother was assigned at an outpost near Arcturus Station.  On the year of 2185, Lorna and Jacob both left the Systems Alliance military to join the Andromeda Initiative to explore and colonise the Andromeda Galaxy, accompanying their father Alec Ryder, who was the Pathfinder attached to the human-populated arc, the Hyperion.

Lorna awoke from cryo-sleep on board the Hyperion more than 600 years after the Initiative’s departure from the Milky Way galaxy when it arrived in the Heleus Cluster in the year 2819, where in the moments after she had, the Hyperion had collided into an energy cloud made out of dark matter that was engulfing the Hyperion’s destination, Habitat 7.  The Hyperion took superficial damage, though her brother fared worse as he was put in an induced coma after his cryo-pod sustained damage when the Hyperion was struck by the energy cloud.

Lorna accompanied her father on an expedition to Habitat 7 where it was confirmed that the planet that had once supported an ecosystem compatible for humans was unexpectedly uninhabitable, its atmostphere toxic and the skies stricken with lightning storms.  It was there that Lorna first encountered a species of extra-terrestrials native to Andromeda called the kett and mysterious alien structures that were clearly built by another species that the kett had taken an interest in.  Revealing their hostile intent, Lorna, Alec and the rest of the expedition were forced to fight for their lives after their shuttles were separated during planetfall.  Lorna and Alec had found a monolith that was apparently responsible for the lightning storm and was able to put a stop to the lightning when he had interacted with it.  Not long after stabilising the planet’s weather, Lorna and her father were both knocked off the monolith by a concussive blast originating from within the monolith that nearly killed her when her helmet was damaged, exposing her to Habitat 7’s toxic atmosphere.  She was only able to survive because her father gave her his helmet, sacrificing his life to save his daughter.  Lorna was brought back to the Hyperion and revived, where she received the news of her father’s death and was appointed as the new human Pathfinder when she was informed that the Hyperion’s artificial intelligence, SAM, was merged with her.

After the expedition’s survivors had evacuated off Habitat 7, the Hyperion rendezvoused with the Nexus, the seat of government and headquarters for the Andromeda Initiative.  When the Hyperion arrived, Lorna and the crew of the Hyperion would be surprised to find the partially constructed Nexus in a state of disarray.  When Lorna was introduced to the Nexus’ leadership, Director Tann had informed her of the bad news that had plagued the Initiative, that much like Habitat 7, none of the golden worlds the settlers from the Milky Way had planned to settle on were inhabitable and that every attempt to establish a colony on Habitat 1 had ended in failure, the Initiative’s founder Jien Garson and many other Initiative leaders, among them her successor Matriarch Nuara, were killed when the Nexus had collided with the same dark energy cloud that the Hyperion had encountered, commonly known among the people on the Nexus as the Scourge, that the turian, salarian and asari arcs were unaccounted for, and a mutiny led by members of the Nexus’ life support maintenance crew had broken out, resulting in some deaths and the exile of several hundred of the Milky Way settlers that preferred to risk death in space than to continue a precarious existence on a Citadel-sized space station whose leaders had been less than truthful with them about the situation on the Nexus since its arrival in the Heleus Cluster.  Desperately short on supplies and sapped of morale, Director Tann had dispatched Lorna to the planet Eos, otherwise known by the Initiative as Habitat 1 to establish a settlement that could support the Nexus.

Taking the scout ship, the Tempest and a small skeleton crew and her fellow squad members from the Habitat 7 mission, Cora Harper and Liam Kosta, along with a turian mercenary called Vetra Nyx to accompany her in the field, Lorna made her way to Eos to establish a colony for the Nexus.  When she arrived, she discovered that the planet had high levels of radiation that made the earlier colonisation attempts difficult, if not literally impossible once the kett had begun attacking the settlements.  While exploring Eos, Lorna and her squad met the asari adventurer and academic Pelessaria B’Sayle, otherwise known as Peebee at a monolith that resembled the one she had encountered on Habitat 7, who explained to her that the monoliths were built by the Remnants, a synthetic race of robots that were apparently responsible for constructing the mysterious monolith that Lorna and her father had encountered on Habitat 7 and that the monoliths led directly to a vault full of Remnant technology.  After activating a few monoliths to reveal the vault that was hidden underneath a lake and meeting the old krogan warrior Drack at a kett base that Lorna and her squad fought their way through to reach one of the Remnant monoliths, the Pathfinder and her squad would work together with Peebee to explore the vault, acquiring a Remnant data core, a data storage device that stored information about the Remnants and activating the vault that would clear the radiation around Eos, but also point the Pathfinder to the location of another Remnant vault.  After establishing the colony of Prodromos, Lorna departed to report her success to Director Tann, recruiting both Peebee and Drack into her squad.

After Director Tann was informed on the success of her mission and the successful attempt of getting the colony of Prodromos started and consulting with SAM about her father’s memories that the SAM node had locked away concerning Alec Ryder’s motivations for creating SAM, Lorna was permitted to continue her investigation of the Remnants and headed for the Onaon System where a Remnant vault was located.  Narrowly escaping a kett fleet led by the Archon by flying through a Scourge formation immediately after entering the system, the Tempest made planetfall on the planet Aya, where Lorna and the crew of the Tempest were first acquainted with an alien species native to the Heleus Cluster, the angara, who had been fighting a decades-long war of attrition against the kett.  When Lorna expressed her interest in the Remnant vault on Aya, the leader of the angaran resistance against the kett, Efvra de Tershaav, had sent the pathfinder to search for the only angaran who could pinpoint the location of the Remnant vault on Aya, Moshae Sjefa, sending her to both the angaran homeworld of Havarl and the ice world Voeld where she had lent her aid to the angarans in order to gain their trust and establish outposts for the Initiative, all the while continuing her efforts to ensure the success of the Prodromos settlement on Eos and tracking down leads on the missing arcs.

After rescuing Moshae Sjefa and a great number of angarans from a kett facility on Voeld, Lorna was given permission to explore the Remnant vault on Aya.  Accompanied by Moshae, Lorna had found a galactic map of the locations of every Remnant vault in the Heleus Cluster, all of which were connected to a central vault on the planet Meridian.  Moshae had informed Lorna of the Archon’s visitation to Meridian and his mysterious plans on using the vault stymied by his inability to use it, which prompted the human Pathfinder and her team to chase after the kett leader.

Lorna’s next destination would be the planet Kadara in the Govarkam System, where Efvra had sent her and her team to track down an angaran traitor called Vehn Terev, who was responsible for Moshae’s capture by the kett in the first place.  Negotiating with the Nexus exile Sloane Kelly, the Nexus’ former Director of Security and the leader of the Outcasts that ran Kadara Port to question Vehn Terev, the angaran traitor had told her where he had hidden a transponder in Kadara’s lawless wilderness that could pinpoint the Archon’s location.  After tracking down Vehn Terev’s transponder, following up on a lead that connected the Assistant Director of Colony Affairs William Spender with the exiles, activating the Remnant vault to adjust the atmosphere for possible Initiative colonisation and negotiating with the Charlatan to permit the Initiative to settle on Kadara after Sloane Kelly was eliminated and locating and escorting the asari arc, the Leusinia, to the Nexus after rescuing it from the kett, Lorna led her team to the Tafeno System, where she found the salarian arc, the Paarchero, which had been captured by the kett when it had first entered the Heleus Cluster.  Fighting her way through the Archon’s ship, Lorna had found the map of where the planet Meridian was located and escaped, rescuing a unit of krogan scouts that had been captured by the kett and leading the Paarchero safely to the Nexus, mourning the death of the salarian pathfinder Zevin Raeka, who had been killed in a kett ambush on board the Archon’s ship during the rescue operation.

After paying a visit to the Hyperion’s cryo bay to pay a visit to her brother who had awoken from his coma and investigating Jien Garson’s mysterious death after viewing the memories of her father about the truth of the Andromeda Initiative’s mission in securing the survival of the various species of the Milky Way galaxy from the Reapers that Commander Shepard had been warning about, Lorna’s next destination was Elaaden, a scorching desert moon that orbited a gas giant in the Zaubray System, where after convincing Nakmor Morda to permit colonists from the Nexus to settle in New Tuchanka shortly after activating the Remnant vault on the desert moon to cool its hot atmosphere, uncovering evidence that implicated William Spender in his involvement with the exiles from the days of the Nexus Uprising, investigating infighting between the Kett, tracking down the turian arc and discovering a viable source of Helium-3 on the broken remains of Habitat 5 in the Remav System, the Pathfinder’s next objective was to reach Meridian before the Archon.  Stymied by Nexus leadership’s refusal to pursue Meridian out of fear of provoking the kett but aided nonetheless by her fellow Pathfinders Lumont Hayjer, Vederia Damali and Avitus Rix, Lorna was able to track down a Remnant space station in the Civki System, the space station Khi Tasira that could pinpoint Meridian’s location, setting up the events of the Archon and the kett capturing the Hyperion and its inhabitants, among them Jacob Scott Ryder and Captain Nozomi Dunn and taking it to Meridian, a Remnant-built planet that resembled a dyson sphere where Lorna rallied whatever allies she had gained in the Heleus Cluster behind a Remnant fleet she brought online on Khi Tasira for a final confrontation with the Archon, who was unceremoniously killed, allowing humanity to settle on Meridian after a 600 year journey through dark space and establishing formal diplomatic relations with the angaran people, the krogan in New Tuchanka and the people of Kadara.

Relationships

Alec Ryder – the father of the Ryder twins and a former Systems Alliance N7 commando until his dishonourable discharge for his illegal research into artificial intelligence and the original Pathfinder for the Hyperion who had sacrificed his life to save Lorna on Habitat 7 from oxygen starvation while leading an expedition to explore Habitat 7 to find out why it was uninhabitable

Jacob Scott Ryder – Lorna’s younger twin brother that was born one minute after her who had enlisted in the Systems Alliance military and the Andromeda Initiative with her and was rendered comatose when an energy cloud that the Hyperion had collided into after it had first arrived in the Heleus Cluster had caused damage to his cryo-pod

Dr. Ellen Ryder – the mother of Lorna and Christopher and the wife of Alec, a pioneer of developing biotic implants that enhanced the abilities of human biotic users who supposedly died from a rare neuro-degenerative disorder that she acquired from excessive exposure to Element Zero until Lorna and her brother discovered that their mother was still alive in cryo stasis but unable to be awakened because a cure for the disease she was suffering from hadn’t been discovered yet

Cora Harper – the second-in-command to the Pathfinder and a formidable biotic for the Systems Alliance military that was assigned into a unit of asari commandos before she had volunteered for the Andromeda Initiative to serve under the command of Alec Ryder and his daughter Lorna after he died on Habitat 7

Liam Kosta – the security specialist for the Pathfinder team that was trained in crisis response and law enforcement before he joined the Andromeda Initiative who became romantically involved with Lorna Sara Ryder

Vetra Nyx – an intelligent, cunning and adaptable female turian mercenary that travelled to the Andromeda Galaxy with her younger sister on the Nexus and accompanied Lorna in her mission to explore the Heleus Cluster

Nakmor Drack – a 1400 year old krogan mercenary, grandfather of Nexus Superintendent Nakmor Kesh and an acquaintance of Vetra Nyx that had explored the Heleus Cluster with Lorna Ryder

Pelessaria B’Sayle – a young, intelligent and adventurous asari with a tendency for bluntness that Lorna had first met on Eos while investigating identical Remnant structures on Eos that were also found on Habitat 7, whose contributions during the Pathfinder’s explorations of Remnant ruins were invaluable for the Pathfinder’s mission

Jaal Ama Darav – an angaran resistance fighter that accompanied Lorna on her mission to investigate the Remnants and battle the kett that threatened both the angarans and the settlers from the Milky Way galaxy

Dr. Lexi P’Terro – the Tempest’s medical doctor and xeno-biologist that had an interest in studying kett physiology

Dr. Harry Carlyle – the medical doctor assigned to the Arc Hyperion and member of Alec Ryder’s Pathfinder team that was responsible for the care of Jacob Scott Ryder whilst he was in an induced coma

SAM – the Hyperion’s artificial intelligence that established a connection to Lorna when her father had sacrificed his life to save his daughter and establishing her as the new Pathfinder

Kallo Jath – the professional, by-the-book salarian pilot of the Tempest, the starship that Lorna used to explore the Heleus Cluster

Suvi Anwar – the Tempest’s science officer and a woman of both faith and science

Gil Brodie – the Tempest’s instinct-driven chief engineer that had a knack for poker

Archon – the kett general that was leading the invasion of the Heleus Cluster who sought the planet Meridian to use the colossal Remnant technology of the dyson sphere-like planet that was capable of creating life for his destructive designs

Cardinal – a kett commander that was responsible for all kett operations on Voeld that was killed by Lorna when she led a rescue mission to liberate Moshae and countless other angarans from captivity in the Exaltation Facility

Valiant – the kett commander that had attempted to capture the Leusinia and was killed by Sarisa after Lorna and her squad had defeated him

Kirkland – one of the explorers that accompanied the Pathfinder on initial contact on Habitat 7 that was murdered by the kett

Greer – one of the explorers that accompanied the Pathfinder on Habitat 7 that had miraculously survived when Lorna had rescued him from the kett

Fisher – another of the explorers of the mission to explore Habitat 7 that had survived humanity’s first encounter with the kett

Hayes – a dark-skinned human female with dyed red hair, whom was an infrequent acquaintance of Lorna’s that was also on the exploration mission on Habitat 7 who, like Greer and Fisher, had survived the encounter with the kett

Jarun Tann – a salarian bureaucrat that was made the Director of the Andromeda Initiative shortly after the Nexus’ arrival in the Heleus Cluster when the rest of the Nexus’ leadership, including the Initiative’s founder Jien Garson were killed when the Scourge struck the Nexus and struggled constantly to maintain the Nexus despite supply shortages and an uprising

Nakmor Kesh – the Superintendent and chief engineer of the Nexus and Drack’s adopted granddaughter that was largely responsible for keeping the Nexus from falling apart and representing the krogans on the Nexus

Tiran Kandros – Nexus’ head of security and leader of the Nexus’ militia responsible for dispatching the APEX Strike Teams

Foster Addison – the overworked Director of Colonial Affairs who Lorna was not initially fond of, given the cold first impression she gave the Pathfinder and her over-eagerness to reap the benefits of Lorna’s hard work but would over time come to respect the human Pathfinder

William Spender – the corrupt Assistant Director of Colonial Affairs that had played a duplicitous role in the uprising on the Nexus and was jailed after Lorna and Drack had uncovered evidence that he was stealing Nexus supplies and sending them to the exiles

Sidera Nyx – Vetra’s younger sister that worked in Communications on the Nexus

August Bradley – the mayor of the settlement of Prodromos on Eos

Nozomi Dunn – the captain of the human arc, the Hyperion

Efvra de Tershaav – the leader of the angaran resistance against the kett that was deeply distrustful of the Pathfinder when they first met but would later grudgingly come to respect her

Moshae Sjefa – a scientific genius among the angarans that had dedicated her life to researching the Remnant that Lorna and her squad had rescued from the kett on Voeld

Kiiran Dals – the leader of an angaran research team on the angaran homeworld of Havarl that Lorna had helped stabilise the jungle world’s ecosystem that was suffering from maladaptive growth patterns that was threatening the planet’s viability for Milky Way colonists to settle

Anjik Do Xeel – an angaran resistance leader that Lorna had met on Voeld

Vehn Terev – Moshae’s former bodyguard who betrayed her by handing her to the kett

Akksul – the leader of the Roekaar that Lorna had publically disgraced when his attempt to destroy an angaran facility that predated the Scourge in order to falsely blame it’s destruction on the Initiative was foiled by the Pathfinder

Avitus Rix – a turian from the arc Natanus that was once a Spectre agent that Lorna had first met on Havarl when he and a number of other turians had gotten separated from their arc, who would later become the turian Pathfinder after the Natanus, badly damaged by the Scourge, was located

Sloane Kelly – the Initiative’s former Security Director that was exiled from the Nexus when she sided with the mutinous life support crew during the uprising that liberated the planet Kadara from the kett and ruled from Kadara Port with an iron fist until she was killed by a sniper during a showdown with the leader of the Collective, Reyes Vidal, AKA the Charlatan

Reyes Vidal – a manipulative Nexus exile, a charming smuggler and the shadowy, secretive leader of the Collective that was known as the Charlatan that had manipulated Lorna Ryder into helping him remove Sloane Kelly from power in Kadara

Captain Atandra – the captain of the asari arc, the Leusinia

Sarisa Theris – an asari commando that Cora Harper revered that had succeeded Matriarch Ishara as pathfinder for the Leusinia, who was later publically disgraced and removed from her position when Lorna revealed she had abandoned Matriarch Ishara to die by the kett

Vederia Damali – an inexperienced commando-in-training that became the asari pathfinder after replacing Sarisa Theris and was being mentored by Cora Harper

Zevin Raeka – the salarian pathfinder that was killed by the kett while attempting to rescue the salarians, who had been taken captive by the kett when the Paarchero first entered the Andromeda galaxy

Lumont Hayjer – the captain of the salarian arc, the Paarchero, who succeeded Zevin Raeka as Pathfinder after she was killed while assisting Lorna in rescuing the Paarchero from the kett

Nakmor Morda – the leader of the krogans that had accompanied the Nexus into the Andromeda and the Overlord of New Tuchanka after her people left the Nexus in outrage after being exploited by Nexus leadership to put down the uprising that Sloane Kelly had joined, who later welcomed the Initiative to establish an outpost at New Tuchanka after Lorna agreed to hand the Remnant drive core she had recovered from Jorgal’s mercenaries over to her people

Jorgal Strux – a bitter krogan that had had nearly succeeded in usurping Nakmor Morda from power in New Tuchanka, having tricked Lorna into searching the Remnant drive core from the wreckage of a crashed Remnant ship that Morda had laid claim to that Jorgal had stolen in order to intentionally discredit Morda by falsely accusing the human Pathfinder of stealing the Remnant drive core and selling it to scavengers, was banished after he was defeated in a duel by Morda

Major Saelan Varn – a retired salarian STG operative that had sought Lorna’s help in apprehending the salarian traitor Dr. Aden, who had collaborated with the kett

Dr. Aden – a salarian biologist that was studying the kett that was one among a number of salarian conspirators that were responsible for the Paarchero’s capture as a ruse to infiltrate the kett and destroy them from within, was arrested when confronted by Major Saelan Varn and the Pathfinder in Kadara shortly before the final showdown with the Archon
Lorna Sara Ryder (Mass Effect Andromeda)
My character from Mass Effect Andromeda, Lorna Sara Ryder

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Character No#11 (The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind)

Name: Cato Quinctillius
Gender: Male
Race: Cyrodiilic (Colovian Imperial)
Place of Birth: County Kvatch, Cyrodiil

Character Description

Age: Mid-40’s (circa. 3E 427)
Height: 182cm (approx. 6’0”)
Eye Colour: Blue
Skin Pigmentation: Light tan
Hair Colour: Bright medium brown
Hair Style: Short
Distinctive Features: N/A
Character Class/ Archetype: Scout
Personality Traits: Ambitious, cunning and generous but also ruthless and corrupt
Deity/Religion: Mephala

Background

Cato Quinctillius was born in a village in the hills of County Kvatch.  Upon reaching adulthood, he enlisted in the Imperial Legion and served in the ranks as a scout and forester for over ten years before he was dishonourably discharged for bribery.

After he was kicked out of the Legion, Cato relocated to Vvardenfell when the dunmer had begun permitting outlanders to settle on the island, where he joined the Fighters Guild and insinuated himself with one of the Great Houses, House Hlallu, quickly rising up the ranks in both organisations and embedding himself with the corrupt elements of both organisations and seizing control of the Camonna Tong from Orvas Dren at the behest of his elder brother, Duke Vedam Dren and using the considerable resources of those three organisations to destroy the Thieves Guild in Vvardenfell, all the while enriching himself.  He would earn some acclaim in Vvardenfell by accompanying the Nerevarine Drogan into Red Mountain, where they both fought and killed Dagoth Ur.

During his time in Vvardenfell, Cato was involved in numerous questionable activities, foremost among which was the annihilation of the Thieves Guild in Vvardenfell as well as the province’s mainland, where he had spent some time in the city of Mournhold.  Other activities he had been involved in included bribery, extortion, blackmail, murder, smuggling and numerous other criminal deeds like illegally procuring land deeds and replacing them with fake land deeds for fellow House Hlallu Councillors and disrupting the business of House Hlallu’s competitors.  For all his illegal activities, Cato would meet his downfall when he was caught by Drogan attempting to smuggle ebony out of the mine in Raven Rock, where during the fight that ensued was shot dead from an arrow fired into the back of his head by Percius Mercius who had intervened in the fight, personally ending the life of the corrupt Guildmaster of the Fighters Guild after dedicating many years to investigating his criminal activities.

Relationships

Mephala – the daedric prince he worshipped and had offered his service to on one occasion, earning the Ring of Khajiit after he had poisoned the Morag Tong assassin Balyn Omavel

Drogan – the young, boyish breton crusader, Imperial Legion soldier, Mages Guild apprentice and the newly appointed Factor for the East Empire Company on Solstheim that became the Nerevarine after uniting the four Ashlander tribes and the three Great Houses on Vvardenfell against Dagoth Ur

Orvas Dren – a prominent House Hlallu Councillor, plantation owner and the leader of the Camonna Tong until he handed control of the Camonna Tong to Cato at Duke Vedam’s behest

Duke Vedam Dren – the Duke of Vvardenfell and Orvas Dren’s older brother

Crassius Curio – a bisexual Cyrodiilic Councilman for House Hlallu and author of the “Lusty Argonian Maid” that had a strong interest in young, virile men

Edryno Arethi – a copper-haired female dunmer House Cousin for House Hlallu that Cato had worked under when he was a mere hireling when he had first arrived on Vvardenfell

Dram Bero – the paranoid and secretive House Hlallu Councilman that had feared assassination by the Morag Tong

Yngling Half-Troll – a nord Councilman for House Hlallu with a reputation for shameless corruption

Velanda Omani – an elderly House Hlallu noblewoman and loyal supporter of Orvas Dren that shared a mutual business relationship with Cato concerning the Vassir-Didanat Ebony Mine

Nevena Ules – a female dunmer House Hlallu Councilwoman that was a vocal supporter of Orvas Dren

Odral Helvi – a self-serving dunmer House Brother of House Hlallu and governor of Caldera that Cato had curried favour with to advance himself up the House Hlallu hierarchy

Nileno Dorvayn – the major-domo for House Hlallu in Balmora that Cato was employed by when he was a mere hireling for House Hlallu when he had first arrived on Vvardenfell

Raynasa Rethan – a female dunmer noblewoman for House Hlallu that Cato had courted while he was advancing up the ranks of House Hlallu but the relationship never progressed far

Dondos Driler – a House Hlallu Kinsman and the contractor that Cato had retained to construct his manor at Odai Plateau

Hlodala Savel – a savant for House Hlallu and one of Cato Quinctillius’ retainers

Unila Berendas – one of Cato’s retainers

Uvren Tures – one of Cato’s retainers

Lliryn Fendyn – one of Cato’s retainers

Avron Gols – one of Cato’s retainers

Sernsi Drelas – a pawnbroker who was also one of Cato’s retainers

Durbul gro-Rush – the orc foreman that worked on the construction of Cato’s manor at Odai Plateau

Fjorgeir – a nord mercenary who had offered his services to Cato

Ilasour Tansumiran – a dunmer miner from Gnisis that Cato had hired to operate the Shurdan-Raplay Egg Mine

Sjoring Hard-Heart – the corrupt nord Guildmaster of the Fighters Guild that had connected Cato Quinctillius with the Camonna Tong, had later attempted to murder Cato fearing that the imperial had become too powerful and influential and was killed instead by Cato in self-defence

Eydis Fire-Eye – a female nord master-at-arms for the Fighters Guild and a supporter of Sjoring Hard-Heart that Cato had worked under in his early years with the guild

Lorbumol gro-Aglakh – an orc Fighters Guild blacksmith and one of Sjoring Hard-Heart’s most loyal followers

Percius Mercius – an imperial drillmaster and former Guildmaster of the Fighters Guild until his removal from his position by Sjoring Hard-Heart that was suspicious of Cato, Sjoring and many of the other high-ranking Fighters Guild Members for corruption

Flaenia Amuilusus – the drillmaster for the Fighters Guild in Balmora that Cato had fancied courting but had declined him

Baurin – a female bosmer member of the Fighters Guild that Cato had intimate relations with

Galbedir – a female bosmer Mages Guild enchanter that Cato frequently flirted with

Tenisi Lladri – a female dunmer treasury assistant clerk employed in the Hlallu Vaults in Vivec that Cato was occasionally intimate with

Ulyne Henim – a Morag Tong assassin that Mephala had asked him to kill for killing people without writs

Marsus Tullius – an imperial trader that Cato had helped recover his stolen guar hides form the Ashlanders that took them

Stentus Tullius – Marsus Tullius’ father
Cato Quinctillius (The Elder Scrolls)
The final of my three character profiles I'll be putting up of my Morrowind characters, Cato Quinctillius, the corrupt Guildmaster of the Fighters Guild in Vvardenfell and self-serving House Hlallu Councillor that took control of the Camonna Tong and eliminated the Thieves Guild in Morrowind who also fought by Drogan's side against Dagoth Ur and would later be killed in a confrontation with Drogan in Raven Rock when he was caught smuggling ebony ore out of the mine there.

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