rosalinecervantes: “It’d be nice.” One eyebrow rose. “… ‘ve heard stranger.” “It serves its function well enough.”
peachpieanonymous: Veigue froze at the sound of a voice—the source of which he had managed not to notice. At least not before he had spoken. Now he stood ready, a hand already hear his blade, just in case. “… I am a wanderer.” He admitted that much, though as to being a threat… that depended on the other man. “But only a threat if you make me one.” Upon seeing the man prepared to arm...
rosalinecervantes: smoulderandcold started following you “… ‘nd who the hell’re you.” “You require the name of every man who passes you? Fenris should suffice.”
peachpieanonymous started following you
Fenris stiffened as another’s presence drew near. He peered over his shoulder and eyed the younger man. Strange. The man had hair on the verge of silver much like his own. —ah, but there wasn’t a scratch upon his skin. Fenris abandoned that line of thought. “Are you a wanderer?” Are you a threat?
To Dragon Age followers, I really obviously can’t stay committed to this group |B So I’ve decided to go independent. Just. So you all know. /o/
champion-of-kirkwall: Yes, if you’d like him. Looks like he’s plenty interested in you. [There was a small, happy ‘woof’ from the dog in Hawke’s arm, as if in confirmation.] Hmm… Very well. Don’t think that I’ll always allow you to shirk responsibility, though. I won’t help you take in an whole litter.
Alms for the Poor
champion-of-kirkwall: grandclerickirkwall: Elthina stopped when she reached the elf, the templars went on and paused in front of the doors. “Ah, I suppose he must. I’m sure Meredith, Orsino, and even the Guard Captain keep him on his toes, hm?” She gestured towards the doors and as she did, the templars pulled them open, “Well, shall we be off? I’d rather not keep these lads from their posts...
champion-of-kirkwall: … giving in to a moment of sentimental foolishness. [Suddenly a light clicked on in his head, and he gave his friend a warm smile.] You said you might’ve been interested in a Mabari at one point, didn’t you? You—you mean to give this pup to me?
champion-of-kirkwall: magesbane replied to your post: WANT TO BUY A MABARI PUP SERAH? What am I? … naturally, the exception that proves the rule. Good save, Hawke.
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champion-of-kirkwall: grandclerickirkwall: A few moments of silence pass before a brother appeared in Elthina’s doorway. “There’s an elven man here to see you, Your Grace.” He said, his voice a little shaky. Elthina raised an eyebrow, “Everything okay, Brother?” His gaze shifted to the floor as he spoke, “W-Well, he’s armed…” Elthina chuckled, “Oh, don’t worry. He’s not going to harm you…or...
Alms for the Poor
grandclerickirkwall: The Grand Cleric waited in her study, two templars standing by the back wall, awaited Her Grace’s orders. The satchel of coins lay in wait on her desk. She was so eager to get a start on her journey that Elthina couldn’t bring herself to be still. She began pacing in front of her desk. In Hightown, she could walk the streets and know she was safe. But in Lowtown…the guards...
wetfrocks: I’m.. not sure I should be feeling flattered. I’ve yet to say anything with the intention of flattering you.
wetfrocks: magesbane: wetfrocks: Would you like a pretty little flower? Somehow I doubt that this is a gift free of ill intent. Oh, hush. It’s not like I can stuff a scorpion down the stem! If anyone were to find a way, I’m sure it’d be you. A pirate has to be resourceful to succeed.
wetfrocks: magesbane: wetfrocks: Aw, you’re no fun. And you’re a nuisance. Would you like a pretty little flower? Somehow I doubt that this is a gift free of ill intent.
champion-of-kirkwall: You’re the one who asked. [Hawke bit the inside of his lip to keep from laughing.] We’ve had him since a few years before we left Lothering. I suppose he was a special case. There’s always an odd exception. Perhaps he smelled the nobility in you.
wetfrocks: magesbane: wetfrocks: You have conversations about apples? That’s quite interesting.. ooh, do go on! There’s nothing to elaborate upon… Aw, you’re no fun. And you’re a nuisance.
wetfrocks: magesbane: Um. I’ll admit that I like apples. … Have you been eavesdropping on my conversations? You have conversations about apples? That’s quite interesting.. ooh, do go on! There’s nothing to elaborate upon…
champion-of-kirkwall: I… don’t know. Food? Attention, a scratching post? [He raised a brow at this.] Obviously I’m more of a Mabari person. A scratching— Hawke. [It took a moment for him to chase away the mounting urge to kick the Champion and send the cats flying.] How long have you had yours? I remember you saying that you worked the farms back in Fereldan; it’s rare for a...
champion-of-kirkwall: magesbane: [Fenris twitched, his patience wearing thin.] Where did all these cats come from?! … what on earth- [Hawke barely caught himself before stepping on a furry tail.] Aren’t you popular. If only Anders had your luck. I certainly hope you’re not comparing me to him. [He attempted to lift a leg, only for a set of paws to clamp over his foot.] What do...
[Fenris twitched, his patience wearing thin.] Where did all these cats come from?!
wetfrocks-deactivated20120710 asked: Do you like fruits and veggies? I absolutely /love/ fruits and veggies. There's this little farm I used to visit that picked off the sweetest bundles of apples and huddled them into a nicely woven basket just for me---- I got to sink my teeth into them, too!
champion-of-kirkwall: I do like listening to you talk… I take it you mean that you enjoy listening to my voice as well as what I have to say. In which case… I’m at a loss for an adequate compliment to return. Why must you put me on the spot like this?
champion-of-kirkwall: I certainly wouldn’t say no to something that would jog my memory. I enjoy your companionship. …need I go on?
champion-of-kirkwall: [Hawke smirked a little.] Well, I’m happy to have provided you the entertainment. You provide more than mere entertainment. Do you feel the need for a reminder?
champion-of-kirkwall: Heh. It’d seem there’s no getting past you. I’ve learned to read people well. However, I’m used to seeing ill intent. With you, it’s more difficult. I enjoy the challenge that you provide me with.
champion-of-kirkwall: magesbane replied to your post: Do you find elves plucky? Truly? I’ve arrived at the conclusion that you’d be an expert on this subject matter. Well, that attempt at coming off as playfully dumb went right out the window, didn’t it. I’d leave that to the dwarves, especially the one with the limited vocabulary.
champion-of-kirkwall: It took Hawke a moment, but the gist of the game was understood well enough. He had a feeling his hand had potential, but he’d make no assumptions. “Certainly.” Thinking it due to a lack of experience, Fenris saw no reason to worry over what cards Hawke held. He remained confident and let nothing else show upon his face. Without another word, he flipped his cards over....
champion-of-kirkwall: He nodded, taking the cards into his hand. “Of course.” Hawke lowered his voice. “I think it necessary around here, I don’t like the idea of changing too large of coins with the barmen.” Coppers could easily stick to fingers, and it would be too simple to cheat a drunken man out of them. As it was, he more than had the right pieces for this. Fenris explained the rules...
champion-of-kirkwall: Upon receiving his refill, Hawke took another swig from the mug. Thankfully the brew burned less and less as one continued to nurse it. “Well, you can count me in.” Fenris gave a nod before producing a pack of cards from his satchel. He shuffled them for Hawke to see and then dealt out two cards to them each. “We’ll start with two sovereigns each in...
champion-of-kirkwall: “True as true gets. I count it a blessing that my being ‘but another man’ hasn’t turned you away.” A playful smirk danced on his lips as he called for another round of ale. “Hm? … I might be up for that. What did you have in mind?” At that, Fenris merely scoffed. The populace needn’t know what sort of bond he’d formed with their beloved Champion. “It...
champion-of-kirkwall: magesbane: Fenris stared at him for a moment, his expression betraying nothing but a hint of surprise. He was neither annoyed nor disappointed, nothing that would suggest any disapproval. For if Fenris did decide to argue, he had no place to talk. Liquor was one of his closest allies. “It wasn’t my intention to catch you here, yet I can’t say that I’m displeased to see...
champion-of-kirkwall: He let out a soft chuckle, glancing at the elf. “Well, well, it would appear I’ve been caught.” Yes, for the first time in a while, he had a moment to spend freely. Why he chose to waste it here, he wasn’t certain. Perhaps Solona was a being a bad influence on him. Fenris stared at him for a moment, his expression betraying nothing but a hint of surprise. He was...
champion-of-kirkwall: Surprisingly, Hawke was already here. Initially he’d come to check in on Varric, but it appeared to be one of those rare times that the dwarf wasn’t here spinning his heroic-champion-centered yarns. Perhaps he was out to scrounge more information up on the idol shard they’d found in Bartrand’s home. He’d ask later about updates on the situation, if Varric had any. Hawke...
Fenris rarely frequented the Hanged Man without prompt. Tonight, he was up for a game of cards. Unlike their usual fare of Diamondback or Wicked Grace, however, he wanted to try a new variation that the sailors in the port had shown him. Now was simply a matter of finding players willing to humor him.
thefamilyscoundrel asked: Fenris? I received a letter from the grand cleric, she wanted to take you up on your offer of guard duty. I'll tag along if you're alright with that.
champion-of-kirkwall: I have to be. [The man wrapped his arms around Fenris’ shoulders.] Otherwise I don’t know where I’d be. [He tensed, briefly, but allowed the action.] Wherever it’d be, I would stand at your side.
champion-of-kirkwall: magesbane: champion-of-kirkwall replied to your post: Fenris. Your face will stick if you keep frowning like that. It’s too handsome for that, you’ll crack it. Flattery will get you nowhere. You should know better than to try. It’s not flattery, it’s quite true. And you should know my head doesn’t turn that easily. Stubborn man.
champion-of-kirkwall replied to your post: Fenris. Your face will stick if you keep frowning like that. It’s too handsome for that, you’ll crack it. Flattery will get you nowhere. You should know better than to try.
thefamilyscoundrel asked: Fenris. Your face will stick if you keep frowning like that.
At the first sign of conflict, he runs into the arms of another. Hmph.
andrfels: Anders tells me to stay my temper when it comes to the companions of the one he follows around a lost child, but I am failing to see why I should with you. Have you not declared your dislike of the mages on many occasions? You are no better than a Templar; eager to see the imprisonment of us all. The Templars are a necessity. Without them, there would be mages running rampant. Do...
champion-of-kirkwall: Are you asking, then, that I abandon what sense of mercy I have by slitting his throat now? Fenris, you mustn’t assume that this doesn’t weigh on me; it does. Heavily. If you won’t do it then I gladly will. As far as I’m concerned, you’re letting a demon with a host run rampant. How can you be so blind?
champion-of-kirkwall: magesbane replied to your post: He’s an abomination. What makes him different from the rest? No matter how much he desires to run that clinic, his “other side” thinks it pointless. Innocents will die, Hawke. Is that a risk truly worth taking? Should the consequence of that risk bare its fangs, I’ll do what is necessary. But not a moment sooner. It’ll be too late...
andrfels: magesbane: andrfels: Such is the hand I was dealt. If I could return to the Fade I would have long ago. But now I have a purpose to stay. Bah! You’re no better than a demon. I would advise against calling me such. If I saw any difference, I’d use a different term.
andrfels: Such is the hand I was dealt. If I could return to the Fade I would have long ago. But now I have a purpose to stay. Bah! You’re no better than a demon.
andrfels: magesbane replied to your post: Anders does not seem to see that this clinic of… Spirit, who are you to meddle in mortal affairs? Who are you to question me? You don’t even belong here.
orlesiansilks replied to your post: I don’t like the quiet. And why not? Noise is a cue. When there is no sound, it’s more difficult to pinpoint the location of others.
I don’t like the quiet.