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Something needs to change for the better regarding mages, but I would side with templar if I noticed any sign of blood mages or demons in the magi ranks (During the war). Swampman03 . Basically, tl;dr, the reactions of mages across Thedas to the Mage-Templar war is much less based off of their Circle, though it may be somewhat based off of that, but is much more a result of where they were positioned in Circle politics when the vote to secede succeeded. level 1 Force Mage (DA2). Apr 21,  · Dragon Age is one of my favorite series and like the Elder Scrolls is a very expansive universe. This series will be dedicated to uncovering and discovering.

 

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Basically, tl;dr, the reactions of mages across Thedas to the Mage-Templar war is much less based off of their Circle, though it may be somewhat based off of that, but is much more a result of where they were positioned in Circle politics when the vote to secede succeeded. level 1 Force Mage (DA2). If his knowledge of the date was correct, it was written by “Anders” on the 30th day of Firstfall in Dragon, half-way through what would come to be known as the Mage-Templar War. It is a response to a rather self-deprecating letter from Fenris, of which only pieces have been found. Jun 27,  · The Mage-Templar War was a long time coming. When our Herald’s of Andraste stumble upon their fate, it’s during the Conclave which was called together because of the war. Mages and templars were fighting each other, causing many casualties and great destruction of the lands of Thedas.
 
 
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Anders Was Right : The Mage-Templar War was a long time coming. When

Anders Meta. The Mage-Templar War was a long time coming. Mages and templars were fighting each other, causing many casualties and great destruction of the lands of Thedas. This is part seven of a seven part series on Anders. Contrary to what the majority of people seem to believe, Anders did not start the Mage-Templar War. The war itself did not start until three years later in Dragon. Kirkwall may have been a stepping stone, but it was simply one small piece that got the groups to this point.

And we even see that during our time as the Hero of Ferelden. Senior Enchanter Ultred of Kinloch Hold tries to start a revolt in Ferelden during the blight, but it unsuccessful. After Kirkwall, news does spread to other parts of Thedas. There is significant unrest in other Circles as well as within the Chantry itself. The leader of the Seekers at the time of the explosion was Lady Seeker Nicoline.

Likely feeling partially responsible for not stepping in before Kirkwall, she stepped down from her position, much to the distaste of Justinia V, and passed her position to Lord Seeker Lambert. In Dragon, Lambert took it upon himself to close the College of Enchanters, and it is believed that this was done intentionally to stop Grand Enchanter Fiona from calling the mages to vote for their own independence.

The various Circles felt the increased tension from all sides. A mage named Rhys tried to investigate the situation, but he was called to join his mother, Wynne, alongside Shale, his friend Adrian, and a templar named Evangeline to find a man named Pharamond.

When Wynne, Rhys, and the others find Pharamond, it is discovered that Pharamond was an elven mage who had been made Tranquil. Divine Justina V herself had allowed him to experiment, and he was able to successfully reverse his own Tranquility. They returned to let the Divine know of his success, but she ordered for him to be made Tranquil again, noting that he was made Tranquil for a reason in the first place and that the way he reversed the Tranquility involved the use of spirits and demons.

Pharamond was murdered before he could relive this terrible fate. Lambert grew more and more angry with the situation. And he was increasingly fearful that it would come to light that the leaders of Seekers of Truth had known that there was a reversal for the Rite of Tranquility. After all, a Seeker gains their powers from being made Tranquil and then having their minds touched by a spirit.

In Dragon, Lambert made his way to the White Spire to take over. As the unrest grew to a boiling point, a number of first enchanters came together to resist and decide what to do. There, the mages voted. The Loyalists and Libertarians voted true to their names – to stay under Chantry rule and to leave it, respectively.

It should be noted that voting for independence did not automatically mean going to war. It very could have easily meant for further peace talks. But Lambert decided that he would not leave this to chance. So the war broke out in Dragon, three years after the Kirkwall Chantry crumbled to the ground. Anders, certainly, was a catalyst for the situation, but he cannot be blamed for starting what Lambert demanded. For those who discover the world of Dragon Age through its later installments, this information being danced around leads to a generation of players who know little about Anders or the situation surrounding the mage unrest.

People deserve to know what really happened. And Anders deserves not to have his character further dragged through the gutter. No one has to like or dislike certain characters, Anders included. At the very least, understanding him, his motivations, and the actual history of the war is all that can be asked. Anders Was Right.

Cassadaga theme by mbacani. This is part seven of a seven part series on Anders Contrary to what the majority of people seem to believe, Anders did not start the Mage-Templar War. Source: World of Thedas In Dragon, Lambert took it upon himself to close the College of Enchanters, and it is believed that this was done intentionally to stop Grand Enchanter Fiona from calling the mages to vote for their own independence. Source: World of Thedas So the war broke out in Dragon, three years after the Kirkwall Chantry crumbled to the ground.

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