1 queen who can wield fire
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1 king with raw magic
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1 ancient fae lion
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200 SILENT ASSASSINS (YEY ILIAS!)
ROLFES PIRATES AND MYCENIANS
WHITETHORN FAE BANNERMEN
1 ANCIENT FAE WOLF PRINCE (YES HES STILL A PART OF THIS)
Rolfe doesn’t have a bedroom so much as a personal lounge. There’s a little corner of the Herald’s Rest on the third floor that he calls his own. It’s high above the din of the tavern below, but close enough that the familiar sounds create a pleasant background noise that Rolfe’s the most comfortable in. There’s a big booth and a few single chairs where his Super Secret Spy Squad meets up to talk mission briefings, even if for the most part the members haunt the first and second floors of the tavern on a regular basis and have their own places in Skyhold to rest their heads.
Due to his previous profession as a Chantry bodyguard/assassin, Rolfe’s not used to collecting a lot of personal items, so the floor he shares with Cole’s corner is sparsely decorated. It has a trunk to hold his gear and he’s pried up floorboards to make hidden compartments for extra weapons. He hides the floorboards with a large woven rug he found in good condition in another room when he was helping to clean Skyhold out for renovations. Candles are nestled in sconces bolted to the walls and in simple wrought iron chandeliers suspended from the wooden beams overhead. Instead of a bed, he has a second booth he’s outfitted with comfortable cushions where he can be found napping with his feet propped up on the scarred wooden table. He keeps several notebooks full of scribbled half-finished pieces of music close at hand and a nearby wall mounted shelf holds treats for the ravens who know to land on the parapets directly outside with messages for him. The shelf also holds all the shiny rocks or other treasures said ravens bring him on their travels.
There’s a lute propped up against a bookshelf (holding several hollowed out books to hide encoded missives) and a small drum is stored on the bottom shelf. Like Ravena, his cousin Ada makes sure that there are plants living nearby. Many of them are suitable to treat hangovers.
Rolfe also keeps a rather nice selection of wines in a rack near his main table, along with a keg of ale for his guests. There’s a few wooden trays leaning up against the wine rack to cart food from downstairs up for either just himself or whoever happens to drop in.
Cole gets an especially big planter from Ada in his corner full of annual type flowers. They don’t have any particular medical properties, but Cole likes them because they’re pretty. He’s told Rolfe on several occasions that Cassandra also likes the flowers and that he wouldn’t mind it if Rolfe picked a few to share.