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|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]]
 
|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]]
 
|location DAO = Loot two-handed sword [[Yusaris]] from [[Shah Wyrd]] after completing [[Watchguard of the Reaching]] side quest in the [[Circle Tower]]
 
|location DAO = Loot two-handed sword [[Yusaris]] from [[Shah Wyrd]] after completing [[Watchguard of the Reaching]] side quest in the [[Circle Tower]]
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|trivia = * As Andraste lived long before the Divine Age, it's not possible that the legend of the blade Yusaris predates her own legend as it is stated in the text, provided that Dane is Hafter's father and not an ancestor of his as it is mentioned in other sources.
 
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The legend of the blade [[Yusaris]] predates [[Andraste]]. The sword that [[Dane]] found in the [[dragon]]'s treasure hoard, which he used to slay both Fenshal and the [[Werewolf|werewolf]], was passed on to his son [[Hafter]]. Dane may have been fiction, but Hafter was fact. In 1:40 [[Divine Age|Divine]], he led the [[Alamarri]] tribes against [[darkspawn]] that [[Second Blight|flooded]] into the [[Ferelden]] valley from the [[Dwarf|dwarven]] [[Deep Roads|lands]]. After years of ruling the valley in peace, it is said that Hafter left Ferelden, sailing into the unknown east of the Amaranthine Ocean with the blade still in hand, never to be seen again.
 
The legend of the blade [[Yusaris]] predates [[Andraste]]. The sword that [[Dane]] found in the [[dragon]]'s treasure hoard, which he used to slay both Fenshal and the [[Werewolf|werewolf]], was passed on to his son [[Hafter]]. Dane may have been fiction, but Hafter was fact. In 1:40 [[Divine Age|Divine]], he led the [[Alamarri]] tribes against [[darkspawn]] that [[Second Blight|flooded]] into the [[Ferelden]] valley from the [[Dwarf|dwarven]] [[Deep Roads|lands]]. After years of ruling the valley in peace, it is said that Hafter left Ferelden, sailing into the unknown east of the Amaranthine Ocean with the blade still in hand, never to be seen again.
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And Fenshal woke, wroth, only to die."
 
And Fenshal woke, wroth, only to die."
   
—From ''Dane and the Werewolf''.</poem></blockquote>
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-From ''Dane and the Werewolf''.</poem></blockquote>
   
 
The legend of the blade [[Yusaris]] predates [[Andraste]]. The sword that [[Dane]] found in the [[dragon]]'s treasure hoard, which he used to slay both Fenshal and the [[Werewolf|werewolf]], was passed on to his son [[Hafter]].
 
The legend of the blade [[Yusaris]] predates [[Andraste]]. The sword that [[Dane]] found in the [[dragon]]'s treasure hoard, which he used to slay both Fenshal and the [[Werewolf|werewolf]], was passed on to his son [[Hafter]].
   
Dane may have been fiction, but Hafter was fact. In 1:40 [[Divine Age|Divine]], he led the [[Alamarri]] tribes against [[darkspawn]] that [[Second Blight|flooded]] into the [[Ferelden]] valley from the [[Dwarf|dwarven]] [[Deep Roads|lands]]. He not only drove back the horde, he also then defeated the combined forces of the [[Avvars]] and [[Chasind Wilder|Chasind]] who hoped to take advantage of the chaos. His victories earned him such respect from the tribes that he was named the first [[Fereldan royalty and nobility#Teyrnirs|teyrn]].
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Dane may have been fiction, but Hafter was fact. In 1:40 [[Divine Age|Divine]], he led the [[Alamarri]] tribes against [[darkspawn]] that [[Second Blight|flooded]] into the [[Ferelden]] valley from the [[Dwarf|dwarven]] [[Deep Roads|lands]]. He not only drove back the horde, he also then defeated the combined forces of the [[Avvars]] and [[Chasind]] who hoped in take advantage of the chaos. His victories earned him such respect from the tribes, he was named the first [[Fereldan royalty and nobility#Teyrnirs|teyrn]].
   
 
After years of ruling the valley in peace, it is said that Hafter left Ferelden, sailing into the unknown east of the Amaranthine Ocean with the blade still in hand, never to be seen again.
 
After years of ruling the valley in peace, it is said that Hafter left Ferelden, sailing into the unknown east of the Amaranthine Ocean with the blade still in hand, never to be seen again.
 
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[[ru:Кодекс: Юсарис: Драконобой]]
 
[[es:Entrada del códice: Yusaris: la Matadragones]]
 
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Origins codex entries]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Origins codex entries]]
 
[[Category:Fereldan folklore]]
 
[[Category:Fereldan folklore]]
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