Life in Ferelden Edit
He raised his daughter Aveline on stories of knights and adventures, hoping that she would emulate her namesake Ser Aveline, the Knight of Orlais. He frequently read his daughter stories, only permitting Aveline to turn the pages.
When Aveline reached the appropriate age, Benoit sold his entire fortune to sponsor her joining King Cailan's army. It succeeded, and Aveline joined the Ferelden army.
He initially opposed Aveline's marriage to Ser Wesley Vallen, disappointed that the man had no lands due to being a member of the Templar Order; he even regarded the marriage as a waste of Aveline's potential. He later relented, however, even advising Aveline to take his name and remarking approvingly when Aveline pointed out she was not asking for his permission.
Death and legacy Edit
- In the Forbidden Oasis there is an area called "DuLac's Path".
- The author of the Intrinsic Pool note in the Forbidden Oasis is named as Leon DuLac, and the letter was addressed to his sister, Manon DuLac, living in the Orlesian city of Verchiel.