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Mages tended to view him with distrust or outright hatred for being a former Templar. And then he meets Helia- the Dalish mage who is the Herald of Andraste. As their relationship evolves, Cullen finds that not only does he have to command the Inquisition's army, but has to contend with jealous Elven apostates, http://rectoria.unal.edu.co/uploads/tx_felogin/art-therapy-and-the-creative-process/unknown-microbe-identification.php withdrawal, murder games, and so much more!
The Lion and the Halla
WHy did he let Cassandra talk him into this? I suck at descriptions! Notes: So my dumbass has 2 other fanfics to work on but decided to start another! Recently got into Dragon Age and oh lordy I have fallen for Cullen.
Thanks to yayen-chan for helping me out with brainstorming! Two, avoid lyrium at all costs. And three: no romance with sumary other leaders of the Inquisition. They sounded simple enough, at least one and three did. Lyrium was a whole other issue but at least Cullen knew what he was getting into with that. However, when Cassandra brought the Dalish girl back from sealing the Rift, it quickly became clear that Helia Lavellan would change that.
The tiny mage seemed so curious about everything and everyone in Haven. He had observed her asking Solas about his adventures in the Fade, Varric about red lyrium apparently the damned stuff was found at the ruins of the ConclaveCassandra about the Inquisition. Turning around he faced Helia, surprised to see her looking chapteer him in curiosity and innocence.]