Operation text Edit
The Venatori mage captured by the Bull's Chargers at Redcliffe has given us valuable information on how the Venatori were able to co-opt the rebel mages. Specifically, he speaks of an agent among the Fereldan nobility who prepared the mages at Redcliffe for the Venatori.
Arl Gallagher Wulff evidently allied with the Venatori with good intentions. He believed the rebel mages would withdraw to Tevinter, where they would lead a better life while their absence restored peace and stability to Ferelden.
I have informed none outside the Inquisition of this matter. What we do with this information is your decision.
Advisor suggestions Edit
Arl Wulff is a good man. If we approach him, he will make amends.
The arl does not know what we know. He could easily pass along misinformation in good faith.
Arl Wulff should be tried and executed. This is the price of doing business with the Venatori.
Arl Wulff made it clear that he had no idea what the Venatori intended. He has begun passing them false information on our behalf, and has donated generously to the Inquisition from his own coffers. He seems truly repentant. We have made a valuable ally here.
We have begun passing information to Wulff, so that he might share it with his Venatori allies. It is working thus far, and if we are cautious, we can use this to nudge Venatori forces in a direction of our choosing. This could help our forces greatly.
The Inquisition passed information to the Fereldan throne. Arl Wulff was tried and executed for his crimes, and Ferelden is grateful to us.
- Arl Wulff provides misinformation willingly to the Venatori
- Gold (75-95)
- 30 Influence
- 60 Influence with Trespasser
- Belt of the Storm Pact
Electricity-based abilities are slightly more powerful at the cost of a small amount of health. with Trespasser
- Arl Wulff forced to pass misinformation to Venatori
- 30 Influence
- Arl Wulff executed
- Gold (75-110)