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Many legends shroud the mystery of how she became the Witch of the Wilds, a fearsome personage that walked [[Korcari Wilds|the Wilds]] for centuries. Her title is, however, not a true one, but rather a superstitious name [[Chasind|the locals]] of the Korcari Wilds gave to her. The Chasind often paint Flemeth in the shape of a great dragon or serpent that only the truly desperate would turn towards. Flemeth offers vengeance, but rarely in the way one expects, and most petitioners come to regret their wishes. To the Dalish, she's a vengeful and sometimes capricious being, just as likely to kill a supplicant as help them.<ref name="wot2" />
 
Many legends shroud the mystery of how she became the Witch of the Wilds, a fearsome personage that walked [[Korcari Wilds|the Wilds]] for centuries. Her title is, however, not a true one, but rather a superstitious name [[Chasind|the locals]] of the Korcari Wilds gave to her. The Chasind often paint Flemeth in the shape of a great dragon or serpent that only the truly desperate would turn towards. Flemeth offers vengeance, but rarely in the way one expects, and most petitioners come to regret their wishes. To the Dalish, she's a vengeful and sometimes capricious being, just as likely to kill a supplicant as help them.<ref name="wot2" />
   
Flemeth appears often in Fereldan tales. In one legend, an old witch is said to have approached [[Calenhad Theirin]] to offer him the power to unite the Alamarri tribes and form a kingdom. She also appears in many versions of ''[[Dane]] and the Werewolf'' and is said to have helped King [[Maric Theirin]] retake the Fereldan throne.
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Flemeth appears often in Fereldan tales. In one legend, an old witch is said to have approached [[Calenhad Theirin]] to offer him the power to unite the Alamarri tribes and form a kingdom. She also appears in many versions of ''[[Dane]] and the Werewolf'' and is also said to have helped King [[Maric Theirin]] retake the Fereldan throne.
   
 
{{SpoilerDAI|Although [[Morrigan]] at first believed Flemeth to be an [[abomination]], she later realized that Flemeth is not truly human. Flemeth herself reveals to [[The Inquisitor]] that the Fereldan legends of the Witch of the Wilds share one aspect that is true: Flemeth fled the Alamarri and asked [[spirit]]s for help. Flemeth then admits that [[Mythal]] answered, and in exchange for fulfillment of Flemeth's request, she possessed her.}}
 
{{SpoilerDAI|Although [[Morrigan]] at first believed Flemeth to be an [[abomination]], she later realized that Flemeth is not truly human. Flemeth herself reveals to [[The Inquisitor]] that the Fereldan legends of the Witch of the Wilds share one aspect that is true: Flemeth fled the Alamarri and asked [[spirit]]s for help. Flemeth then admits that [[Mythal]] answered, and in exchange for fulfillment of Flemeth's request, she possessed her.}}
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