All right, I'm here to mediate an end to this senseless, utterly unnecessary war. What is it exactly that each of you want?
We want to be free.
We want to kill every single mage on the face of the planet.
My, my! Such *extreme* viewpoints on both sides! But I can see that you both have some good points. It's a very gray area. Can't we meet in the middle somehow? How about, you mages go back into the Circle, and we can all *pretend* that this is sort of like being free? And then Templars, you can kill just *some* of the mages. There, isn't that a wonderfully moderate, middle-of-the-road solution?
@earthprincewu is doing this awesome ACLU Donation/Commission thing right now and just lookit my little mage that they did such a good job of. Thank you so much, he’s so precious and I adore him. Y’all should check out his art :D
It’s Belenar in my Dragon Age AU, and he went straight from cutie Sin’dorei in Azeroth to adorable Orlesian Mage in Thedas and I’m so happy.
Josie discovers Laurel’s birthday, leaving a recently infatuated Cullen scrambling to find a gift.
“One final matter, Lady Trevelyan,” Josephine said, halting them all from leaving the war room. Laurel shared a glance with Cassandra, who shrugged. “It took very little research as Chantry records are very thorough-”
“Oh no,” Laurel interrupted, but Josephine kept on.
“Happy birthday, Herald!” The Ambassador slid a small parcel across the table, elegantly wrapped. No doubt Josephine had done it herself. Laurel stared at it as if it were a snake.
She hadn’t gotten a present for her birthday in over a decade.
“Why didn’t you tell me, Josie?” Leliana exclaimed. “I could have had my agents acquire something nice from Val Royeaux! A pair of shoes, perhaps. Or a scarf.”
Laurel hesitantly reached out and touched the gift.
“The gift is from all of us,” Josephine emphasized. “Even you, Commander.”