I've just found this blog and I already love it! ♡ You are really IC in your descriptions and I like it c: Don't know if you've already received this request, but what if the Inquisitor/Hawke or the Warden wants to raise a dragon puppy?
Cassandra: Ugh. No. They have enough on their plates as it is, and the care needed to hatch even a bird from the egg is time consuming. And birds are not giant flame breathing monsters risen from nightmare. No.
Solas: There are memories, buried so deep in the Fade that few have ever seen it, of an ancient people who once rode the dragons and called them kin. But their ways are lost to the annals of time, and he cannot recommend such an action. Besides, after he leaves he’s not sure he wants the Inquisitor to have a High Dragon who loves them like a nest mate.
Sera: Yes, yes, yes, friggin’ yes! Flying, spitting fire at nobs, scaring the crap out of nobles who want to hurt the little people? Where’s the downside.
Vivienne: No. This is not happening, she is putting her foot down. There are less stupid ways to die than to steal an egg from a brooding dragon. They have the rest of the world to think of.
Blackwall: He can’t deny that it seems like a thrilling idea in theory, but practically speaking it seems both dangerous and suicidal. He’s in.
Dorian: No, no, hot happening. Really, he thought he left such ambitious idiocy in Tevinter. Surely the Inquisition isn’t going to waste resources on this venture. And yet….Arriving in Minrathous on dragon back would make an impression that would kick start his plans. And think of the learning potential! Fine, he’s in. But it’s going to be given training so it doesn’t burn down the library.
Cole: “Wistful, wondering, why couldn’t it be trained? So cute when they are little, so smart when they grow up, and they’d trust me.’ I don’t think it’s a good idea. People wouldn’t be happy. Dragons frighten them.”