Ah sorry! I just noticed the spelling mistakes! I'll try and reword it! I was hoping for the companions and advisors (romanced and non romanced) reacting to a noble threatening to tell the public that the inquisitor is a werewolf to try and get their way in an argument. Sorry if this isn't much clearer...
Cassandra: Her face twists into one of that of utter disdain. “Who are you to threaten the Inquisitor?” she snaps. She demands their proof of their statement, and lo, they cannot provide it, so she demands they leave before she or the guards throw them out. If Romanced: She considers a much more violent approach, and is twice as aggressive with the noble from then on. She warns her lover to lay low in the meanwhile, and keeps assuring him that she will have this handled.
Blackwall: He growls. “You intend to threaten the Inquisitor? Of something like being a werewolf? Get out of here! Now!” He demands they leave, and he turns to the Inquisitor. “Say, Cole can make people forget things, right?” If Romanced: No one’s threatening her on his watch. Not now, not ever. He considers deflecting it to him– “no, you saw wrong, I’m the werewolf, not her, really, I swear,”– but ends up just asking Leliana. The look in the spymaster’s eyes scares him a little, but anything to keep the Inquisitor safe.
Iron Bull: “You do realize you’re saying this to someone who can pretty much eviscerate you in five seconds flat, right?” he remarks dryly. “Here’s your options: you can go ahead and claim that, and everyone will just think you’re crazy, and I can tell Red; she’ll make sure you stay silent. Or you can just not say a damned thing. Your call.” If Romanced: He’s a lot more aggressive about this, threatening them personally if they don’t keep their mouths shut. He also definitely goes to Leliana, knowing she’ll silence them and not get caught. “You alright, Kadan?” he asks worriedly. “No one has to know a thing.”
Sera: “Just say ‘what!’” she challenges, and as they begin to ask her what she’s talking about, she shoots them in the throat, killing them. “Ick.” she groans, ignoring the Herald’s protests. “They knew too much. Ah, well, one less noble is good. Least their corpse looks… less gross than it would if you took care of them. I’m gonna go get Leliana to have her people make it look like an accident, and your wolfy secret is safe.” If Romanced: She just straight up beats the shit out of them like she does to Lord Harmon in her personal quest. “Nobody’s outing my weird, wolfy girlfriend now.”
Varric: “And here I thought I was the only one good at making up stories.” he bluffs. “It’s an interesting story, but it’s just that: a story. Please, the Inquisitor being a werewolf? That’s the sort of ridiculous twist I would throw in one of my stories. You’ll have to try harder than that.”
Cole: “Sneaking, peering, white light shining from the sky as night falls, horror then creeping joy, I can use this. It’s not nice to take advantage of people like that…” He makes them forget what they saw altogether.
Dorian: His nose wrinkles in distaste at them. “So, you think the Inquisitor is a werewolf. Alright, I’ll play along. Let’s say you’re right. How do you intend to prove this claim, hmm? How do you think your fellows will react to hear such rot?” If Romanced: He goes straight to Leliana after this conversation. Business is wrapped up quickly.
Solas: “How dare you?” he snaps, fists clenching. “Even if the Inquisitor was, perhaps, as you say they are, who are you to treat them as a monster and blackmail them? The only monster I see here is you.” He has Cole make them forget. If Romanced: The noble goes to talk to him and disappears. Lavellan can’t get a straight answer out of Solas as to what happened to them. Leliana presses Solas because she wants to know his techniques behind their disappearance, and faces little luck.
Vivienne: She smirks. “You believe the Inquisitor is a werewolf? Curious. Pray tell, where is your proof?” she challenges. “If all you have is your word, all anyone will think of you as is a madman/woman. I will personally call you out as mentally unstable and a liar.” She wrecks their social standing shortly thereafter.
Josephine: “I beg your pardon?” she demands, paling as she holds an offended hand to her chest. “I can assure you the Inquisitor is most certainly not a werewolf,” she lies, “and I must tell you it is quite crude to accuse them of being one! If you are to claim to the public that the Inquisitor is such a thing, where is your proof?” She can socially ruin them if they even try, much like Vivienne. If Romanced: Proceeds mostly the same, but she pulls the Inquisitor aside later and very worriedly tells them to be wary for eyes when they must transform. “I don’t want them to hurt you,” she murmurs, “the court’s shock and disapproval, if discovered, would ruin us– ruin you. I can’t bear that happening to you, my love.”
Cullen: Outraged, he orders his guards to escort the noble out of Skyhold immediately, before he loses his temper. Josephine worries that they’ll talk, but he scoffs. “They can, but they’ll just be shunned, won’t they? No one will believe them, not to mention the fact Orlesians don’t like the concept of werewolves.” If Romanced: He considers throwing them off of the battlements, but Leliana assures him that she has a solution in mind. He never questions her or what happens after that, but he doesn’t hear that noble threatening his girlfriend ever again, so he’s fine leaving it at that.
Leliana: She tells the Inquisitor to remain silent, and the noble is found dead later– it looks like a heart attack, and no suspicion is cast. “They knew too much.” Leliana says with a shrug when questioned by the Herald.