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|location DAO = Purchase [[Shadow of the Empire]] light armour from [[Legnar]] in [[Orzammar Commons]] or the [[Bartender (Awakening)|Bartender]] at [[The Crown and Lion]]
 
|location DAO = Purchase [[Shadow of the Empire]] light armour from [[Legnar]] in [[Orzammar Commons]] or the [[Bartender (Awakening)|Bartender]] at [[The Crown and Lion]]
 
|see also = [[Shadow of the Empire|Item: Shadow of the Empire]]
 
|see also = [[Shadow of the Empire|Item: Shadow of the Empire]]
|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]]
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|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]] <br> [[Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening]]
 
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The [[Antivan Crows|Crows of Antiva]] may be the most famous and most expensive of Thedas's [[assassin]]s, but they are not the most active. That dubious honor belongs to the Shadows of the Emperor, the personal cadre of killers employed by the throne of [[Orlais]]. This armor was made for use by the Shadows whenever the [[The Grand Game|Grand Game]] should wander out of hand.
 
The [[Antivan Crows|Crows of Antiva]] may be the most famous and most expensive of Thedas's [[assassin]]s, but they are not the most active. That dubious honor belongs to the Shadows of the Emperor, the personal cadre of killers employed by the throne of [[Orlais]]. This armor was made for use by the Shadows whenever the [[The Grand Game|Grand Game]] should wander out of hand.

Revision as of 13:40, June 19, 2016

See also: Item: Shadow of the Empire

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The Crows of Antiva may be the most famous and most expensive of Thedas's assassins, but they are not the most active. That dubious honor belongs to the Shadows of the Emperor, the personal cadre of killers employed by the throne of Orlais.

Almost exclusively, the Shadows work against other noble families in Val Royeaux. No one knows who they are, not even the sitting emperor, and some in the court dismiss them as only a myth. The assassins have slipped into aristocratic life working as palace servants, ladies-in-waiting, and, on one notorious occasion, the chamberlain himself.

This armor was made for use by the Shadows whenever the Grand Game should wander out of hand.

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