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Now that you're in charge, there's something I thought I'd bring up. There are Venatori mages out there, lurking in the wilderness. This comes as no surprise to you, since you can't swing a dead cat without hitting one of Corypheus's minions, but... these particular Venatori have additional significance to myself. For one, I know them personally. I would call them 'friends,' except that would imply I didn't want them dead. Which I do. Since I have an idea of where they might be, thanks to an investigation I began before coming south, I thought we could put our heads together and track them down.
At which point they would sneer something at you in Tevinter, and you would be forced to kill them. Which makes everyone happy---you for eliminating a potential threat, me for eliminating men and women too stupid and shortsighted to be permitted continued breath. They would be less happy, but who cares about them? Up to you, my lord/lady Inquisitor.
Advisor suggestions Edit
If there are Venatori out there, they'll show their faces. Someone has seen them, and coin loosens their lips.
Let us look into this, carefully and quietly. We do not wish to alert the Venatori to our awareness of their existence.
We have former templars, skilled at hunting mages. I can send them to follow Dorian's leads.
All advisors Edit
Dorian's leads were effective. The Inquisition found several locations where these Venatori could be hiding—advance camps, purpose unknown. If you wish to deal with these mages, I'm certain Dorian would be pleased. I'll mark the locations on your map, should you pass by any on your travels.