First chapter of Warriors Such As clocked in at 19%…

One of Fenris’ letters in a later chapter, at 23%…

A…certain spoilery scene in chapter 10 that has a lot of both Fenris and Metis talking: 22%

Varric’s letter in chapter 10: 18%

One of Hawke’s letters: 26% (whoa!)

Thayer’s letter: 28% (whoa!)

I honestly would have expected Fenris and Metis to have a more Latinate vocabulary than Hawke or Thayer. Maybe it’s nobility-speak for the Amell and Trevelyan?

Consider this now a meme! I tag @glyphron-dragon-age @quinnlocke @broodywolf @whatthefawxblogs @therealmnemo @emma-trevelyan to analyze some snippets of your fic and share your Latinity, then tag a few more writers in turn. 🙂


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