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In -355 Ancient{{confirm}} the Battle of Red Falls occurred. This was last great battle between the [[Alamarri]] with their legendary leader Luthias and the [[Avvar]] with their warrior queen [[Morrighan'nan]]. Even though he was thought to be unbeatable, he and Morrighan'nan slew each other. The Ash Warriors were founded shortly after his death in order to honour his memory.<ref>[[Dragon Age: Origins: Prima Official Game Guide|Prima Game Guide: Collector's Edition, pg. 358]]</ref>
 
In -355 Ancient{{confirm}} the Battle of Red Falls occurred. This was last great battle between the [[Alamarri]] with their legendary leader Luthias and the [[Avvar]] with their warrior queen [[Morrighan'nan]]. Even though he was thought to be unbeatable, he and Morrighan'nan slew each other. The Ash Warriors were founded shortly after his death in order to honour his memory.<ref>[[Dragon Age: Origins: Prima Official Game Guide|Prima Game Guide: Collector's Edition, pg. 358]]</ref>
   
Some time before or during the [[Blessed Age]], the Ash Warriors were led by a man named Gelgenig who received a vision of [[Andraste]] while the Alamarri warred with the Avvars and [[Chasind Wilder|Chasind]] over land.<ref name="Gelgenig">[[Codex entry: Hauberk of Gelgenig the Faithful]]</ref> He then helped spread the faith of the [[Maker]] and helped unify the religion where Andraste could not, and ever since the Ash Warriors have been fierce adherents. However, this is not to say they are a part of the [[Chantry]], as they predated its formation and do not practice the [[Chant of Light]].
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Some time before or during the [[Blessed Age]], the Ash Warriors were led by a man named Gelgenig who received a vision of [[Andraste]] while the Alamarri warred with the Avvars and [[Chasind]] over land.<ref name="Gelgenig">[[Codex entry: Hauberk of Gelgenig the Faithful]]</ref> He then helped spread the faith of the [[Maker]] and helped unify the religion where Andraste could not, and ever since the Ash Warriors have been fierce adherents. However, this is not to say they are a part of the [[Chantry]], as they predated its formation and do not practice the [[Chant of Light]].
   
 
Ash Warriors in the past once stood with [[Calenhad Theirin|King Calenhad]] when he was uniting [[Ferelden]], and still remain "king's men."<ref>[[Dragon Age: Origins: Prima Official Game Guide|Prima Game Guide: Collector's Edition, pg. 353]]</ref>
 
Ash Warriors in the past once stood with [[Calenhad Theirin|King Calenhad]] when he was uniting [[Ferelden]], and still remain "king's men."<ref>[[Dragon Age: Origins: Prima Official Game Guide|Prima Game Guide: Collector's Edition, pg. 353]]</ref>
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