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|appearances = [[Dragon Age II]]
 
|appearances = [[Dragon Age II]]
 
|dlc DA2 = [[Warrior Item Pack II]]
 
|dlc DA2 = [[Warrior Item Pack II]]
|excerpt = And so it was until the Alamarri were embroiled in a bitter war for survival against the [[Chasind]]s and [[Avvar]]s when the leader of the [[Ash Warriors]], Gelgenig, received a vision of Andraste. The charismatic barbarian traveled throughout [[Ferelden]], telling his tale and unifying the fractious banns around the word of the Maker. The Ash Warriors ever since have been fervent in their faith to the [[Maker]]. To the Ash Warriors, Gelgenig's armor is a religious relic, but it was lost in the [[Nevarra]]n Campaign of 8:69 [[Blessed Age|Blessed]].
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|excerpt = And so it was until the Alamarri were embroiled in a bitter war for survival against the [[Chasind Wilder|Chasind]]s and [[Avvar]]s when the leader of the [[Ash Warriors]], Gelgenig, received a vision of Andraste. The charismatic barbarian traveled throughout [[Ferelden]], telling his tale and unifying the fractious banns around the word of the Maker. The Ash Warriors ever since have been fervent in their faith to the [[Maker]]. To the Ash Warriors, Gelgenig's armor is a religious relic, but it was lost in the [[Nevarra]]n Campaign of 8:69 [[Blessed Age|Blessed]].
 
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Not all of the [[Alamarri]] tribes flocked to [[Andraste]]. Especially on the borders of the [[Korcari Wilds]], her words found scant purchase. Decades after her death, many Alamarri held true to gods of their ancestors. Missionaries braved these hard lands only to become martyrs of the faith.
 
Not all of the [[Alamarri]] tribes flocked to [[Andraste]]. Especially on the borders of the [[Korcari Wilds]], her words found scant purchase. Decades after her death, many Alamarri held true to gods of their ancestors. Missionaries braved these hard lands only to become martyrs of the faith.
   
And so it was until the Alamarri were embroiled in a bitter war for survival against the [[Chasind]]s and [[Avvar]]s when the leader of the [[Ash Warriors]], Gelgenig, received a vision of Andraste. The charismatic barbarian traveled throughout [[Ferelden]], telling his tale and unifying the fractious banns around the word of the Maker. The Ash Warriors ever since have been fervent in their faith to the [[Maker]].
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And so it was until the Alamarri were embroiled in a bitter war for survival against the [[Chasind Wilder|Chasind]]s and [[Avvar]]s when the leader of the [[Ash Warriors]], Gelgenig, received a vision of Andraste. The charismatic barbarian traveled throughout [[Ferelden]], telling his tale and unifying the fractious banns around the word of the Maker. The Ash Warriors ever since have been fervent in their faith to the [[Maker]].
   
 
To the Ash Warriors, Gelgenig's armor is a religious relic, but it was lost in the [[Nevarra]]n Campaign of 8:69 [[Blessed Age|Blessed]].
 
To the Ash Warriors, Gelgenig's armor is a religious relic, but it was lost in the [[Nevarra]]n Campaign of 8:69 [[Blessed Age|Blessed]].

Revision as of 23:57, May 11, 2015

See also: Hauberk of Gelgenig the Faithful

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Not all of the Alamarri tribes flocked to Andraste. Especially on the borders of the Korcari Wilds, her words found scant purchase. Decades after her death, many Alamarri held true to gods of their ancestors. Missionaries braved these hard lands only to become martyrs of the faith.

And so it was until the Alamarri were embroiled in a bitter war for survival against the Chasinds and Avvars when the leader of the Ash Warriors, Gelgenig, received a vision of Andraste. The charismatic barbarian traveled throughout Ferelden, telling his tale and unifying the fractious banns around the word of the Maker. The Ash Warriors ever since have been fervent in their faith to the Maker.

To the Ash Warriors, Gelgenig's armor is a religious relic, but it was lost in the Nevarran Campaign of 8:69 Blessed.

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