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Originally born to the [[Warrior caste]], Aeducan was a man of little note. According to the [[Memories]] Aeducan never entered a single [[Provings|Proving]] and never sought to elevate his place among the Warrior caste. He spent most of his years prior to the [[First Blight]] fighting skirmishes in the [[Deep Roads]], keeping them free from surface bandits, content to live quietly with his wife named Anika<ref>[[Codex entry: The Blights]]</ref> and their daughters.<ref name="shield">[[Codex entry: House Aeducan, Shield of Orzammar]]</ref>
 
Originally born to the [[Warrior caste]], Aeducan was a man of little note. According to the [[Memories]] Aeducan never entered a single [[Provings|Proving]] and never sought to elevate his place among the Warrior caste. He spent most of his years prior to the [[First Blight]] fighting skirmishes in the [[Deep Roads]], keeping them free from surface bandits, content to live quietly with his wife named Anika<ref>[[Codex entry: The Blights]]</ref> and their daughters.<ref name="shield">[[Codex entry: House Aeducan, Shield of Orzammar]]</ref>
   
When the Blight began in earnest, sometime after -395 [[Ancient Age|Ancient]], it caught the dwarven empire in the midst of a vicious inter-[[house]] war. Most of the Warrior caste was caught up in the feuding, for as word of attacks poured in, each great house demanded that the army be sent to defend their [[thaig]], and no house would agree to sacrifice their own holdings for the safety of any others. The Assembly was so utterly tied up with the infighting that the [[darkspawn]] spread, unchecked, to the gates of Orzammar and capital of the empire.<ref name="shield"/>
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When the Blight began in -395 [[Ancient Age|Ancient]], it caught the dwarven empire in the midst of a vicious inter-[[house]] war. Most of the Warrior caste was caught up in the feuding, for as word of attacks poured in, each great house demanded that the army be sent to defend their [[thaig]], and no house would agree to sacrifice their own holdings for the safety of any others. The Assembly was so utterly tied up with the infighting that the [[darkspawn]] spread, unchecked, to the gates of Orzammar and capital of the empire.<ref name="shield"/>
   
 
In the chaos, Aeducan grudgingly took command of the armies. He enlisted the aid of the [[Mining caste]] to collapse overrun passages, called upon the [[Smith caste]] to supply them with arms, and bypassed the Assembly and the [[Noble caste]] entirely. Furthermore, according to a [[Codex entry: The Blights|letter]] he sent to his wife he witnessed with his own eyes the great darkspawn horde moving to the surface led by the [[Archdemon]] [[Dumat]].<ref name="shield"/>
 
In the chaos, Aeducan grudgingly took command of the armies. He enlisted the aid of the [[Mining caste]] to collapse overrun passages, called upon the [[Smith caste]] to supply them with arms, and bypassed the Assembly and the [[Noble caste]] entirely. Furthermore, according to a [[Codex entry: The Blights|letter]] he sent to his wife he witnessed with his own eyes the great darkspawn horde moving to the surface led by the [[Archdemon]] [[Dumat]].<ref name="shield"/>
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