Posts Tagged 'josephine montilyet'

sweettasteofbitter:

I was super disappointed with the lack of party banter you get when romancing Josephine, because it is zilch. So I decided to write some myself – a good practice in both game-type of writing as well as writing characters I don’t usually write that much.

Sera:

“Frilly underthings!”

“I’m…sorry, what?”

“Your Josie. She wears frilly underthings. I’d know. I’ve seen them.” 

“You’ve…what now?”

“They looked really good up on that flagpole, is what I’m saying”

“Oh, that! That’s a relief.”

“Wait, you thought that I… [laughs] No friggin’ way! She’s yours.”


Iron Bull:

“Say, boss, I’ve heard Antivan weddings are huge, and often do not end before two people have dueled each other.”

“Why are you telling me this, exactly?”

“Well, you and Josephine seem pretty serious, and Antivans are really big on the marrying thing. I just thought I’d give you a head’s up.”

  • [Thanks, I guess.] “Thank you, I shall…keep it in mind.”
  • [Are you trying to frighten me?] “You’re not scaring me out of a potential marriage to Josephine.” 
  • [Now is not the time.] “With all those demons pouring out of the sky you’d think I’d have other priorities than planning my wedding.”

Dorian (After you’ve completed An Unexpected Engagement):

“I

would never have thought that you, of all people, knew how to handle a rapier, and even less that you would use your skills to duel the dashing nobleman officially betrothed to your dear Lady Ambassador. You should have seen the looks coming from the audience. Hah, brilliant!”

  • (If the Inquisitor is human) [I’ve had a good teacher.] “I took some mandatory dueling lessons when I was young. The perks of being noble offspring, I suppose.”
  • [It surprised me as well.] “I have to admit, I thought it would be more difficult.”
  • [I fight well under pressure.] “I had to do it. Apparently my drive to defend Josephine’s honor helped quite a bit.”
  • [It wasn’t as good as you say.] “You’re exagerrating. I was lucky get out of the duel unscathed.” [Dorian Slightly Disapproves]

Varric (After you’ve completed An Unexpected Engagement):

“Well now, Inquisitor, who would’ve thought you’d end up in a scenario that wouldn’t even have made it into Swords and Shields because it is too improbable?”

“Too improbable? Really?”

“Oh come on, a duel for a lady’s heart in the middle of Val Royeaux, in which the clanging of rapiers is interrupted by the lady flinging herself at you? How is that not the pinnacle of romantic clichés?”

  • [Perhaps you are right, but it was worth it.] “It might be a cliché, but Josephine deserves nothing less.”
  • [Do not put this in a book] “If you write this story down and make money out of it, Josephine is going to sue you.”
    (Varric: “Ruffles will love the paperwork, I’m sure.”)
  • [It wasn’t like that] “It honestly wasn’t as story book as you make it out to be, Varric.” [If Cassandra is in your party – Slightly Disapproves]
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suchbluesky:

Josephine inspired by Gustav Klimt’s “Woman in Gold”

(probably gonna be a print at Metrocon!)

birdarts:

The very cute, Josephine Montilyet

ladyemfridtrevelyan:

My first ever piece of DA fanart

slayersangel:

Lady Ambassador

Sera | Dorian | Josephine

elenafisher:

TV Tropes | Josephine Montilyet (Dragon Age)

cherett:

i missed Elfroot Joke Day, pls accept this ambassador instead


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