177 Votes in Poll
^ Like a last strike to take down their foe before biting the dust themselves, per se?
^Well, yes. Human sacrifice really doesn't mean all that much if the people being sacrificed are going to die anyway (which is what the wardens believed).
I voted based on what my inky did. He decreed that the Wardens were to leave Southern Thedas as they had went to far with the whole summoning a Demon army and letting fear take hold of them. Had they simply decide to stay at their posts in holding off the blight and not put the whole world under threat with their blind fear of dying then he may have let them be.
"Ferelden is a brilliant example of what (almost) happens when you banish the anti-Blight brigade, however good your reasons may be (and with the shit Sophia Dryden pulled, they had plenty of reason). My Inquisitor is fairly young during all my playthroughs and would have been halfgrown during the Blight. The Hero of Ferelden was a hero to the whole damn world whether the whole damn world recognizes it or not."
My point to not exile the wardens. People, like Cassandra, easily forgot that the Fifth Blight nearly destroy Ferelden if isn't for Alistair and the Hero of Ferelden and the worst part is that that particular Blight was just a decade ago.
"He decreed that the Wardens were to leave Southern Thedas"
Actually, the Inquisitor banish them from just Orlais (and I hardly believe that King Alistair will allow that a foreigner exiles the wardens from his country, wardens that the game never mentions their fate (save for the HoF), beyond that they're all missing).
^Nope, the statement was clear they were banned from BOTH if you choose it, and the game seems to Imply The Wardens in Fereldan left to join their Orlisan counterparts as they were suffering the same calling mimicry. (Also Alistair stayed a Warden in my Canon
The warden ally specify that the Adamant's wardens are only the orlesians ones. Also, no Oghren, Velanna, Nathaniel in Adamant.
"by order of the inquisition the wardens are banished from southern thedas." last I checked Fereldan is part of the south And the ally tells you he could here the calling and he was in Fereldan at the time. True the Awaking companions were not there but that don't prove anything. On the storm coast you get a side quest to find clues of the warden's activities and if you do that after meeting the ally the inquisitor puts two and two together that they were there searching for the ally.
^&^^You're both right. If the wardens get banished, it's implied to be all of the southern wardens. But we don't know if the Ferelden wardens heard the fake Call or not.
^ I personally imagine that Corypheus struck the Grey Wardens in Ferelden first with mind control (or Taint control, in a more accurate term) before meeting the Venatori due to their extremely small numbers after the Fifth Blight, but several of the Awakening companions managed to escape this fate due to being on other missions away from the fortresses when the Darkspawn Magister struck.
That's an interesting theory actually
What do you think?