Notes: I feel like if Bioware wanted to cop out of finding proper voice actors for the warden they should have just killed them off at Adamant. Anyone else have thoughts on this?
Alistair Theirin - He was worried. Always trying to play the hero, the Warden. Saving hapless elves and werewolves in the woods. Saving nobles who didn’t deserve it. Saving entire towns, really, even going out of their way to tell young girls to chase their dreams. The Warden was a better person than he’d ever be. And here they were, once again, doing the right thing. (King) And he was sitting with his hands under his ass, watching Anora try and fix the crisis that was this country. (Warden) And here he was, scrambling to figure out what was killing his friends, his people. And coming up with nothing.
Alistair Theirin (Romanced) - He was tired. He was so tired. All the fighting, all the screaming and the death. He is tired of it and he can’t do it anymore. He knows she believes in this cause. And he knows she wont stop no matter what he says, but he would never ask her to. But he can’t do it. (King) The only thing he’s afraid of is that maybe, one day, he’ll have to do something about her. (Warden) And he was the slightest bit bitter, really. The Wardens needed her, needed their Hero, but she did not want to help them. But he wouldn’t bother her. He could do it. He hopes.
Zevran Arainai - He was not surprised. in fact, he was almost amused by what they were doing. of course they would be choosing this course of action. They were naturally helpful, and a fool. A sad, sad fool. That he cared deeply for, surprisingly. And here they were, doing more of their heroics. He would miss them when the inevitable time for them to pass came. But he had other things on his mind, like the Crows.
Zevran Arainai (Romanced) - Scared. For the very first time in his life. Well, twice, the Archdemon wasn’t exactly a very pretty thing, and it did threaten his Warden once before. But now this? While he’s so far away? Unacceptable. He would write them everyday, nothing less! And of course he would send dirty letters. Had to keep them wanting, yes?
Leliana - Angry. She believed in everything they believed in, wanted the mages to be free, knew they should. And the Inquisition needed an Inquisitor. She reached out to them, and they had denied her. Couldn’t they realize that the Inquisition was the answer to everything? The rebellion would cause so much more pain, she is sure of it. She’d still push for the mages to join the Inquisition, just so she can have an ‘Aha! I told you so!’ moment with the Warden.
Leliana (Romanced) - Saddened. She knew they were the best option for the Inquisitor. They were…just amazing in general. A gift from the Maker, and if there were to be a herald, they would be it, she was sure. They could be nothing less, the savior of all Thedas had to be some sort of god given gift. But she’d understand. Or at least, she’d try desperately too. She understood feeling desperate and would allow them that much.
Morrigan - Indifferent. While the Warden was her friend, she had no business in their affairs. If they wished to gallivant with the masses, so be it. She knows that they will live. They have bested the odds before, after all. (With Kieran) And they have yet too see her son. (No Kieran) She told them to live gloriously. And she will keep them to that no matter what.
Morrigan (Romanced) - Slightly irritated. They save the world once, and they barely get any sort of gift for it. No castles, no titles, no money, no nothing, just a empty name of ‘Hero of Fereldan’ and nothing else. And now he’s off throwing himself into a new cause, not expecting anything in return. Leaving her, alone. (With Kieran) With his child.
Ohgren - Upset. The Warden had saved him countless of times, but here was a battle he couldn’t join in on. Not this time. He’d write, well, as best as an ex warrior caste dwarf could, and would try not to worry over them too much. Better to die on their feet then sitting down, right?
Shale - Indifferent. It’s not like they care for the fleshy one. But if they ever needed a Golem, Shale would be there.
Sten - He wouldn’t know, most likely. Too busy being the Arishok to keep tabs on all of his past companions.
Wynne - She is dead.
Dog - Not sure???? It dog.
Notes: Do you see where I started running out of steam.