Does Sten love warden?
Sten likes or even loves the Warden, is loyal to the Warden, and would even die for them. But if the Qunari order him to conquer those companions one day, he will kill them without hesitation… he’ll just do it with regret.
Why does Sten have no horns?
Sten was originally intended to have horns, along with all other Qunari characters, like the race design of Dragon Age II. This was cut due to graphical issues.
What does Iron Bull approval of?
Iron Bull Approves At Redcliffe Castle, make the rebel mages surrender and serve the Inquisition. At Therinfal Redoubt, accept the templars as allies. Allow the Grey Wardens to join the Inquisition after securing Adamant.
Why does the Iron Bull betray you?
There are two conditions that make the Iron Bull betray the player in Trespasser. One is that the Chargers were sacrificed for a secure relationship with the qunari. The second one is if Bull’s personal quest is never completed.
What are taarbas and taardathras?
Taarbas: A title/rank of Qunari, apparently clerical in nature; duties include cataloging inventory, and locating the weapons of Qunari fallen. Taardathras: A title/rank of Qunari; duties include animal husbandry. Current examples are female and raise/extract venom from dragons. Taarlok: A title/rank of Qunari. Taashath: Calm.
What do Ben-Hassrath and beresaad mean?
Ben-Hassrath: “Heart of the many,” part of the priesthood who serve as spies, reeducators, and the defenders of Qunari unity. They are the enforcers of the Qun’s law, and infamously severe to those who transgress against it. Beresaad: Literally means “those who reach ahead.”
What is the role of a tamassran?
Others simply want to live their own life. Tamassran: “Those who speak.” A priestess who is charged with educating the young, interviewing captives, and assigning Qunari their roles within society. Exclusively a role for women. Tic: Cold; refers to cold damage from a mage’s staff.
What does sataareth mean in the Ben Hassrath?
Sataareth: Literally “that which upholds;” an enforcer, defender, or foundation. Salit: Meaning unknown; a prominent rank within the Ben-Hassrath. Say: With. Shanedan: Literally, “I’ll hear you.” A respectful greeting. Shok: “War” or “struggle.” Shokrakar: Rebel. Sten: Infantry platoon commander.