You know what? I decided Jocelyn Hawke needed a hug, too.
him dourly that there’s someone to see him, presumably the last on his
calendar, and Varric just says “Yeah, whatever,” because it’s been a long day
already. He doesn’t even look up from the fucked-up accounts he’s been going
light, familiar voice says, “Varric, what are you doing in the Viscount’s
up and hastily takes off his reading glasses. Glasses or not, it’s definitely
Hawke standing there in dusty traveling clothes. He stares at her for a long
moment, slouching there like usual, like she never left, like she didn’t take
off for Weisshaupt months and months ago and never writes. He’s frankly at a
loss for words. Him, Varric Tethras.
says, “I am the Viscount,” and Hawke blinks.
Kirkwall?” she says, like there’s somewhere else around here to be the Viscount
says. “Hawke, where the hell have you been?”
answering, she starts laughing. Uncontrollably, peals of laughter bursting out
of her and wiping the lines off her face, wiping away the years and losses of
the last decade. She laughs so hard she staggers and has to brace herself
against one of the heavy, ornate chairs kept for the Viscount’s visitors, and
then, still laughing, she tries to sit in the chair and misses, and slides down
to the ground. Varric can’t even see her over the damned desk, but she’s still
and hops out of his chair and comes around the desk. Hawke is half-sprawled on
the floor, her back against the desk, clutching her midsection with both arms
while she laughs. Varric stands there patiently, arms folded, waiting.
out of air eventually, and the laughter peters out into giggles, and finally
she looks up at him, wiping her eyes with the back of her hand, and says, “You.
You’re the Viscount of Kirkwall. Aveline told me I’d better come up to the
Viscount’s office. I’m amazed she managed to keep a straight face.”
too,” Varric says, thinking that he owes Aveline one, only he’s not sure one of
what. It’s been a long time since he’s seen Hawke laugh like that.
seem inclined to get up, and sighs and leans back against the desk, still
grinning, stretching out her long legs in front of her.
thinks it over and sits down beside her. Tucks an arm around her shoulders, and
Hawke leans in and rests her cheek against his shoulder with a little sigh.
back,” he says quietly, marveling a little. He honestly hadn’t been sure Hawke
would ever set foot in Kirkwall again.
again, wearily, like the years and losses are creeping back. “Of course I came
back. Where else was I going to go?”
he almost says. Back to Fereldan or hell, she could run away to Antiva or
Rivain and just disappear. But he doesn’t actually want her anywhere but here,
so he squeezes her shoulders a little tighter.
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Tags: dragon age, fenris, isabela, queue, varric
Day 4 –
Do any of the other companions help Hawke with his reading/writing lessons?
Other than Hawke i could always picture Varric and Isabela helping Fenris with his reading lessons.
Varric would be teaching him how to read with one of his books, while Isabela would probably make him read a naughty book.
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Let’s be real, all Ferelden’s are happiest when they’re bonding with their Mabari companion.
And Marian’s happens to be named Bear, after the the most terrifying creature to come across in the Ferelden Hinterlands. (Though to Bethany it was more like a huggable Teddy Bear thing).
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Varric: So… I take it you were looking for another change of scenery. Tell me, is Ferelden everything you dreamed it would be?
Fenris: There are less dogs than I expected.
Varric: Ah. Well to be fair, they probably turned tail when demons started pouring out of the sky.
Fenris: They are wiser than most.
Varric: Yeah… shame we don’t share that kind of instinct, huh? Nope. Here we are, strolling straight from one disaster into another. Like a couple of chumps.
Fenris: At least the scenery is nice?
Varic: (chuckles) True, true. Ah… believe it or not, it’s good to have you back, Broody.
Because I have a lot of feelings about Varric and Fenris hanging out and being like “not this shit again…”
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Hi there, I couldn’t find the answer to this, and I thought as an expert on all things Fenris you of all people you would know: does Fenris ever gain legal title to the mansion he lives in? I thought I had read somewhere that he did, but can’t find it again. And if he does, is it canon that he does or is it something that *might* happen based on game choices? Thanks LN!Published April 16, 2016 Uncategorized Leave a Comment
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Yes, he does! 😀 There’s a conversation with Varric that goes:
- Varric: Those papers weren’t easy to forge, you know.
- Fenris: I appreciate your assistance.
- Varric: Why don’t you just sell the blighted place and be done with it?
- Fenris: Sentimental reasons.
I’ve got a video of it here. The catch is, in order to trigger this you have to not recruit Isabela. If you do, she’ll be the one talking to Fenris when Hawke walks in and the conversation will be about the Seneschal’s tax collector instead.
Whether or not that makes it canon…is up to you I guess? Personally, I do take it as canon even when Isabela is recruited. Just because Hawke doesn’t hear it, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen ^^
ever actually call Fenris “Broody” ??
Because I’ve only heard “elf” and I’m pretty sure that’s it?
Yeah he only calls Fenris “elf.” “Broody” was something fans came up with and then it somehow popped up on the DA Wiki??? but “elf” is the canon nickname
Yeah. He teases him in banter about being broody or about what he perceives to be a brooding temperament, but he never actually uses the word as a nickname. He just says, “elf.”
This is super evident in the Alone quest if you tell Fenris not to kill Varania and Varric is in the party, and Bartrand was killed during Family Matter back in Act 2. He’ll approach Fenris and say, “Elf–Fenris, this is the last thing you want to do, trust me.” He calls him by his name rather than the nickname to indicate how serious he is about it.