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Hawke finds Anders in his clinic trashing things. He is deeply upset and convinced that he and Justice have turned into a monster. If Hawke confronts Anders and tells him to go away, he permanently leaves the party. He still shows up [[the Last Straw|in the end of Act 3]]. If Hawke comforts him or confronts him but asks him to stay, Anders wonders whether the "Tranquil Solution" was another of his delusions. Presented with Ser Alrik's papers, he is relieved and willing to speak to the [[Elthina|Grand Cleric]] who "might be more reasonable" than he thought.
 
Hawke finds Anders in his clinic trashing things. He is deeply upset and convinced that he and Justice have turned into a monster. If Hawke confronts Anders and tells him to go away, he permanently leaves the party. He still shows up [[the Last Straw|in the end of Act 3]]. If Hawke comforts him or confronts him but asks him to stay, Anders wonders whether the "Tranquil Solution" was another of his delusions. Presented with Ser Alrik's papers, he is relieved and willing to speak to the [[Elthina|Grand Cleric]] who "might be more reasonable" than he thought.
   
Hawke can take Anders into [[the Fade]] so as to help [[Feynriel]] face his [[Night Terrors]]. There, Justice takes control of Anders again. A [[sloth demon]] Torpor offers a deal: should Hawke help the demon [[Abomination|possess]] Feynriel, Hawke will receive power, knowledge, or magic in return. If the offer is accepted, Justice turns on Hawke and the Champion defeats him. If it is rejected, Anders can't be seduced by the remaining two demons as Justice protects him. If Anders was killed in the Fade, he feels [[Anders in the Fade|angry and betrayed]]. However, if Hawke killed Torpor in the end instead of honoring the deal and uses the special dialogue option to tell Anders about it, Hawke gains Anders's friendship rather than rivalry.
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Hawke can take Anders into [[the Fade]] so as to help [[Feynriel]] face his [[Night Terrors]]. There, Justice takes control of Anders again. A [[sloth demon]] Torpor offers a deal: should Hawke help the demon [[Abomination|possess]] Feynriel, Hawke will receive power, knowledge, or magic in return. If the offer is accepted, Justice turns on Hawke and the Champion defeats him. If it is rejected, Anders can't be seduced by the remaining two demons as Justice protects him. If Anders was killed in the Fade, he feels [[Anders in the Fade|angry and betrayed]]. However, if Hawke killed Torpor in the end instead of honoring the deal and uses the special dialogue option to tell Anders about it, Hawke gain Anders's friendship rather than rivalry.
   
 
Regardless of how Hawke handles Torpor, Anders admits he found it unnerving to be self-aware in the Fade and yet have no control over his body or Justice's responses and decisions, and that as a result he has been staying outside the Fade since the incident.
 
Regardless of how Hawke handles Torpor, Anders admits he found it unnerving to be self-aware in the Fade and yet have no control over his body or Justice's responses and decisions, and that as a result he has been staying outside the Fade since the incident.
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