She’s beauty, she’s grace, she’ll punch you in the face. Blue scarf courtesy of Dorian Pavus. Quite possibly the number one item a warrior should not wear in combat, but what to we know. Red templars were most definitely harmed in the making of this fanart.
Cobra man, no. Besides, I don’t have time for dreams. My dad taught me at a very young age to focus on the here
and now. He’s a good man, and he taught me a lot. He showed me how to defend myself, how to take on
responsibility, how to earn my keep.
Besides, I don’t remember my real parents, so, I
got nothing to compare him to, anyway.
Inquisition pre-romance romances hearing Cole talk about how the inquisitor feels about them?
Cassandra: She’s blushing. Cole is rattling off all of these sweet things, and she keeps trying to get herself to utter the words to ask him to stop, but she can’t. She has to hear him. She doesn’t say anything as he finishes, not until he starts talking about her feelings, at which point she stops him, face completely red. Maybe I should consider spending more time with him, if he really feels that way… No. I need to go speak with him about his flirting…
Iron Bull: He listens patiently, then thanks Cole as soon as he’s done. “Thanks for the info, Kid. I’ve got business to attend to.” He then heads right up to the Inquisitor’s room with no hesitation.
Blackwall: It both hurts him to hear this and makes his heart flutter. He stumbles as he asks Cole to stop, stuttering, as he tries to sit to make sense of this information. Eventually, he decides the best course of action is to speak to her directly about it. Part of him hopes it goes like the Inquisitor wants it.
Sera: On instinct, she starts to tell Cole to shut it, but stops abruptly as he starts talking about the Inquisitor’s feelings, sweet feelings and thoughts, about her. “Wh- what? Are you messing with me, Creepy?” she snaps, to which Cole denies. She shoos him away and hurries to find the Inquisitor, heart racing with glee, more so than any prank she’s pulled.
Dorian: He says nothing as Cole speaks, though slowly, he draws the book he’s holding over his face as the blush intensifies and burns his cheeks. He’s not sure if he wants to scold the boy or thank him profusely. He settles for awkwardly stuttering for a moment and then excusing himself. Someone… actually feels that way about me? “Kaffas.” he curses, and decides to meet him directly in the Inquisitor’s quarters.
Solas: His heart clenches with fear and excitement as Cole speaks. “You love her, too,” the spirit remarks, “why is it so scary to you? Do you want me to tell her your heart, too?” He quickly declines and dismisses himself to ponder his next actions.
Josephine: She stops short as Cole starts talking, and turns to stare at him with wide eyes. “Really?” she asks, and he confirms it. “I… I… I see. Thank you, Cole. I will… handle this…” Her heart races the next time they speak with her, and when they invite her to speak with them privately, she knows where this is going, and quietly thanks Cole.
Cullen: He says nothing at all, trying to act composed, but his cheeks betray him. He stutters a bit when Cole stops talking and thanks him, then says nothing more. When the Inquisitor comes to ask to talk to him alone, his heart jumps, with glee and fear. He can’t deny his own feelings.
Tangled the Series’ very own Owl! Here’s some of my early development drawings and the final design for Cassandra’s pet owl which she (in very Cassandra fashion) named… Owl. In reality the honor of naming Owl goes to our Story Editor Jase Ricci who fought hard to keep the name as I kept pushing to name him “Who”. (I was the only one on the crew who couldn’t get enough “Who” jokes). Anyhow, Owl was based very loosely on a Red Phase Eastern Screech Owl in case you were curious about that sort of thing. Color on the final design by Alison Jota.