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|name = In Uthenera
|Name = In Uthenera
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|number DAO = 210 (+1[[The Stone Prisoner|TSP]], +6[[Warden's Keep|WK]])
|Number = 210 (+1[[The Stone Prisoner|TSP]], +6[[Warden's Keep|WK]])
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|category DAO = Books and Songs
|Category = Codex: Books And Songs
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|location DAO = [[Brecilian Outskirts]] (chest behind [[Lanaya]])
|Location = [[Brecilian Outskirts]] (steal from chest behind [[Lanaya]])
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|see also = [[Elf|Elves]], [[Leliana's Song (soundtrack)]]
|See also = [[Elves]]
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|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]]
|Further info = [[Lanaya]] will get angry if you attempt to open this chest before completing the [[Nature of the Beast]] quest (convincing Zathrian to sacrifice himself to end the curse).
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* [[Codex entry: Uthenera]]
*[[Codex Entry: Uthenera]]
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* During the [[Dalish Elf Origin]], [[Paivel]] will recite another poem about uthenera.
hahren na melana sahlin<br />
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* After completing [[Nature of the Beast]], [[Leliana]] will recite "In Uthenera" when you speak with her at camp.
emma ir abelas<br />
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* In ''[[Dragon Age II]]'', [[Merrill]] recites a part of the poem at [[Mythal]]'s altar during the [[Long Way Home]] quest.
souver'inan isala hamin<br />
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|text =
vhenan him dor'felas<br />
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<poem>hahren na melana sahlin
in uthenera na revas<br />
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emma ir abelas
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souver'inan isala hamin
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vhenan him dor'felas
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in [[uthenera]] na revas
   
vir sulahn'nehn<br />
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vir sulahn'nehn
vir dirthera<br />
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vir dirthera
vir samahl la numin<br />
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vir samahl la numin
vir lath sa'vunin<br />
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vir lath sa'vunin
   
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Translated from the [[Elven language|elven tongue]]:
   
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elder your time is come
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now I am filled with sorrow
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weary eyes need resting
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heart has become grey and slow
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in waking sleep is freedom
   
Translated from the elven tongue:<br />
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we sing, rejoice
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we tell the tales
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we laugh and cry
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we love one more day</poem>
elder your time is come<br />
 
now I am filled with sorrow<br />
 
weary eyes need resting<br />
 
heart has become grey and slow<br />
 
in waking sleep is freedom<br />
 
 
we sing, rejoice<br />
 
we tell the tales<br />
 
we laugh and cry<br />
 
we love one more day<br />
 
 
 
   
 
''-- From "In Uthenera," traditional elven song of unknown origin.''
 
''-- From "In Uthenera," traditional elven song of unknown origin.''
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[[es:Entrada del códice: En Uthenera]]
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[[Category:Dragon Age: Origins codex entries]]
[[Category:Dalish Tales and Sayings]]
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[[Category:Dalish lore]]

Latest revision as of 00:09, July 18, 2018

See also: Elves, Leliana's Song (soundtrack)

Codex text

hahren na melana sahlin
emma ir abelas
souver'inan isala hamin
vhenan him dor'felas
in uthenera na revas

vir sulahn'nehn
vir dirthera
vir samahl la numin
vir lath sa'vunin

Translated from the elven tongue:

elder your time is come
now I am filled with sorrow
weary eyes need resting
heart has become grey and slow
in waking sleep is freedom

we sing, rejoice
we tell the tales
we laugh and cry
we love one more day

-- From "In Uthenera," traditional elven song of unknown origin.

Related codex entries

Trivia

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