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== Involvement ==
 
== Involvement ==
 
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When every [[Grey Wardens|Grey Warden]] in [[Orlais]] began to hear the [[Calling]]- a bluff elicited by [[Corypheus]], the Grey Wardens grew desperate and sought out allies to help them accomplish their mandate before they perished. Lord [[Livius Erimond]], a [[Venatori]] [[Magister]], convinced Clarel to use their blood magic techniques to raise a [[demon]] army and invade the [[Deep Roads]] and kill the [[Old Gods]] before they wake. Unbeknownst to the Grey Wardens, the demon binding rituals Erimond taught the Grey Warden mages however has the side effect of enslaving them to Corypheus, who will use them to conquer Thedas. Believing that their end is near, Warden-Commander Clarel planned on using the Venatori's [[blood magic]] rituals to end all [[Blight]]s before they all perished, even if it meant sacrificing her fellow Wardens. [[Stroud]], [[Alistair]], or [[Loghain Mac Tir]] was branded a traitor for protesting Clarel's plan and went into hiding. The fugitive Warden, [[Hawke]], and the [[Inquisitor]] scouted the ancient Tevinter ritual tower in the Western Approach to investigate a Grey Warden congregation and learned the truth of the Venatori's blood sacrifice rituals.
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In order to bind the [[Grey Wardens]] to his will, [[Corypheus]] discovered a way make every Warden in [[Orlais]] hear the [[Calling]]. Fearing their deaths and the extinction of their order, the Wardens began to desperately seek allies to help them fulfill their mission of eradicating the [[darkspawn]].
   
By the time the Inquisitor and company arrive Clarel has already begun her blood magic ritual by sacrificing an elven girl named [[Jana]] or a fellow warden if Jana is convinced not to join. The Ritual is disrupted when the Inquisitor attempts to sway the Wardens and Clarel to move against [[Livius Erimond]], who in turn summons [[Red Lyrium Dragon|Corypheus' dragon]] to kill the Inquisitor. After a brief skirmish with Livius, Clarel is mangled by the [[dragon]] and while near death, she shocks it with a blast of lightning, buying the Inquisition time to escape.
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Lord [[Livius Erimond]], a [[Tevinter Imperium|Tevinter]] [[Magister]] and [[Venatori]] agent, convinced Clarel to use [[blood magic]] to raise a [[demon]] army, invade the [[Deep Roads]] and kill the [[Old Gods]] before they wake. Though Clarel reluctantly consented to the human sacrifice necessary for the binding rituals Erimond taught the Grey Wardens, she was unaware that the rituals also enslaved the Wardens to Corypheus. The temptation of ending the [[Blight|Blights]] proved too great for Clarel, and opposition to her alliance with Erimond was crushed swiftly, sending veteran Wardens into exile for their insubordination.
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Learning of Clarel's plans, the reformed [[Inquisition]] lay siege to [[Adamant Fortress]] just as Clarel begins to summon her demon army. Following a bloody battle, [[The Inquisitor]] breaks Erimond's hold over Clarel, who attacks the magister and commands her Wardens to aid the Inquisitor.
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Overcome with guilt after realizing the part she played in Corypheus' schemes, Clarel pursues Lord Erimond through Adamant Fortress, overcoming him in battle. Before she strikes the magister down however, Clarel is mortally wounded by the [[Red Lyrium Dragon|dragon]] under Erimond's control.
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Her final act is to save the lives of the Inquisitor and their companions by unleashing a huge bolt of energy upon the dragon as it is about to turn on the Herald.
 
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 18:21, December 27, 2014

Clarel de Chanson is the Warden-Commander of Orlais in 9:40 Dragon


Involvement


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Inquisition.


In order to bind the Grey Wardens to his will, Corypheus discovered a way make every Warden in Orlais hear the Calling. Fearing their deaths and the extinction of their order, the Wardens began to desperately seek allies to help them fulfill their mission of eradicating the darkspawn.

Lord Livius Erimond, a Tevinter Magister and Venatori agent, convinced Clarel to use blood magic to raise a demon army, invade the Deep Roads and kill the Old Gods before they wake. Though Clarel reluctantly consented to the human sacrifice necessary for the binding rituals Erimond taught the Grey Wardens, she was unaware that the rituals also enslaved the Wardens to Corypheus. The temptation of ending the Blights proved too great for Clarel, and opposition to her alliance with Erimond was crushed swiftly, sending veteran Wardens into exile for their insubordination.

Learning of Clarel's plans, the reformed Inquisition lay siege to Adamant Fortress just as Clarel begins to summon her demon army. Following a bloody battle, The Inquisitor breaks Erimond's hold over Clarel, who attacks the magister and commands her Wardens to aid the Inquisitor.

Overcome with guilt after realizing the part she played in Corypheus' schemes, Clarel pursues Lord Erimond through Adamant Fortress, overcoming him in battle. Before she strikes the magister down however, Clarel is mortally wounded by the dragon under Erimond's control.

Her final act is to save the lives of the Inquisitor and their companions by unleashing a huge bolt of energy upon the dragon as it is about to turn on the Herald.

Gallery

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