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When [[Hawke]] is in the [[Chateau Haine]] dungeons, there is the choice to escape by traveling through a tunnel system under the mountain or fighting through the chateau. If Hawke chooses to go up the stairs into the Vaults, Duke Prosper ambushes the Champion and leaves Cahir to eliminate him/her. Cahir, irritated at being abandoned, then leaves the fight to Prosper's soldiers to unleash the "pets." After this, Hawke is forced to continue on through the tunnels.
 
When [[Hawke]] is in the [[Chateau Haine]] dungeons, there is the choice to escape by traveling through a tunnel system under the mountain or fighting through the chateau. If Hawke chooses to go up the stairs into the Vaults, Duke Prosper ambushes the Champion and leaves Cahir to eliminate him/her. Cahir, irritated at being abandoned, then leaves the fight to Prosper's soldiers to unleash the "pets." After this, Hawke is forced to continue on through the tunnels.
   
In the [[The Retreat|caves]], Cahir traps Hawke and his companions while separating [[Tallis]] from the group. He is accompanied by his "pets," a group of crazed [[mage]]s he claims responsibility in having broken. When Hawke queries why he would fight for a man who abandoned him to face them, Cahir explains that in fact he cares nothing for Prosper, or the duke's enemies; he prefers to have more interesting fights against capable opponents of his own, such as Hawke. The Chasind then attacks and is slain, allowing the party to travel through the tunnels freely.
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In the [[The Retreat|caves]], Cahir traps Hawke and his companions while separating [[Tallis]] from the group. He is accompanied by his "pets," a group of crazed [[mage]]s he claims responsibility in having broken. When Hawke queries why he would fight for a man who abandoned him to face them, Cahir explains that in fact he cares nothing for Prosper, or the duke's enemies; he prefers to have more interesting fights against capable opponents of his own, such as Hawke. The Chasind then attacks and is slain, allowing the party to travel through the tunnels freely.
   
   
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