FANDOM


(adding tabletop template, rm Origins talents and rank)
m
 
(One intermediate revision by one user not shown)
Line 10: Line 10:
 
}}</onlyinclude>
 
}}</onlyinclude>
   
'''Dar'Hall'n''' are [[Halla]]s corrupted by the [[blight]]. They have lost their sentience and became [[ghoul]]s, much like the [[Blight wolf|blight wolves]] and [[corrupted spider]]s. Although it is a far cry from the Halla that it once was,it’s physique and presence had been considerably enhanced. It quickly gathers a harem of females and dispatched any who stood in its way, elf, human, halla or other creature.The Beast appears to have no intelligence, beyond its enhanced animal instinct.
+
'''Dar'Hall'n''' are [[Halla]]s corrupted by the [[blight]]. They have lost their sentience and became [[ghoul]]s, much like the [[Blight wolf|blight wolves]] and [[corrupted spider]]s.
   
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
  +
Although it is a far cry from the Halla that it once was, its physique and presence had been considerably enhanced. It quickly gathers a harem of females and dispatched any who stood in its way, elf, human, halla or other creature.The Beast appears to have no intelligence, beyond its enhanced animal instinct.
  +
  +
== History ==
 
So far only a sole specimen of the Dar'Hall'n has been encountered. It was spotted during the [[Fifth Blight]] in the [[Frostback Mountains]] by a clan of [[Dalish]] and later several [[Grey Wardens]] who ultimately slew the creature. The exact nature of the creation is unknown, though some wardens speculated it may have been a plot to somehow weaken the Dalish. The Dar'Hall'n is itself sterile but exudes a strong herd attraction over untainted female Halla and is very aggressive to other Halla stags. The result was the Dalish losing their halla, while also driving off or injuring other Halla stags and breaking the reproductive cycle, undermining the Halla population.
 
So far only a sole specimen of the Dar'Hall'n has been encountered. It was spotted during the [[Fifth Blight]] in the [[Frostback Mountains]] by a clan of [[Dalish]] and later several [[Grey Wardens]] who ultimately slew the creature. The exact nature of the creation is unknown, though some wardens speculated it may have been a plot to somehow weaken the Dalish. The Dar'Hall'n is itself sterile but exudes a strong herd attraction over untainted female Halla and is very aggressive to other Halla stags. The result was the Dalish losing their halla, while also driving off or injuring other Halla stags and breaking the reproductive cycle, undermining the Halla population.
   

Latest revision as of 21:18, February 20, 2020

BioWare canon
The following characters, lore and events in this section are non-canon in Dragon Age and exist only within the Dragon Age tabletop RPG.


Dar'Hall'n are Hallas corrupted by the blight. They have lost their sentience and became ghouls, much like the blight wolves and corrupted spiders.

Background Edit

Although it is a far cry from the Halla that it once was, its physique and presence had been considerably enhanced. It quickly gathers a harem of females and dispatched any who stood in its way, elf, human, halla or other creature.The Beast appears to have no intelligence, beyond its enhanced animal instinct.

History Edit

So far only a sole specimen of the Dar'Hall'n has been encountered. It was spotted during the Fifth Blight in the Frostback Mountains by a clan of Dalish and later several Grey Wardens who ultimately slew the creature. The exact nature of the creation is unknown, though some wardens speculated it may have been a plot to somehow weaken the Dalish. The Dar'Hall'n is itself sterile but exudes a strong herd attraction over untainted female Halla and is very aggressive to other Halla stags. The result was the Dalish losing their halla, while also driving off or injuring other Halla stags and breaking the reproductive cycle, undermining the Halla population.

Tainted Halla ostensibly grow larger and sprout enormous bony spikes that protrude from their fur, causing severe wounds.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.