Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne
During the Fereldan Rebellion she decided to help an ex-soldier and ex-farmer-turned-outlaw Gareth Mac Tir lead his group of outlaws, hiding from the Orlesians out in the Southron Hills. Gareth has expressed feelings towards the sister, but she remains unwavering in her vows.
When Gareth's son, Loghain Mac Tir, rescues prince Maric Theirin from the nearby woods - after the assassination of Maric's mother, Moira Theirin - and brings him to the camp, Ailis tends to his wounds. Maric is initially untrusting of anyone, and does not reveal his royal status, but Ailis knows he is no commoner by his education.
The attackers working for the usurper, Meghren, manage to track Maric downn to the outlaws' camp. She was assumed to have been slain in the attack, however, Loghain finds out that she's survived and tracks her down after The Battle of River Dane. Ailis brings Loghain to the site where his father's ashes have been placed. There, the two collectively mourn their losses.At some point she comes to work in the Royal Palace in order to help raise and educate the young Prince Cailan Theirin.
Dragon Age: The Calling
- At some point prior to 9:10 Dragon, Sister Ailis was promoted to Mother. She publishes "Land of the Wilders" and "Legends of Ferelden". She managed to stay alive until at least 9:18 Dragon.