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After reading through some forums i think that this question is begging to be asked. A lot of problems involving mages and templars was caused by the Chantry. So given the opportunity would you destroy it? --Natethegreat2 (talk) 19:39, May 3, 2014 (UTC)

Naa. Instead I will take part in the glorious and enlightened Lelianan/Shale-an Reformation. The legions of Andraste-Golems will bring liberty to all men, and death to all birds. TheTeaMustFlow (talk) 20:03, May 3, 2014 (UTC)

I seriously wouldn't destroy it, i fear as though that'd create more problems amongst the majority of thedosians who are rather religious which in itself may cause further problems. I'd go for a reformation rather. Decreasing its influence as an institution but not on individuals. I'd make sure that they don't hold a monopoly of truth, and declare exalted marches on those who they deem as "heretics". Lazare326 (talk) 20:29, May 3, 2014 (UTC)

No need for "" in word heretic. Heretic is everyone, who choosed to not follow local religion. Word heretic means one who choosed. I don't get whole overusing of "".

I won't destroy it, I don't want destruction of this. Every killed human is helping demons in doing their dirty work. I have many reasons to keep that organisation. I hate Anders and I want to proove he was wrong after rejecting him and all he believed in, I want to stop his idiotic war, I think without ones like him it will be easier. With ones like him in charge peace is impossible to keep or achieve. To destroy demons I need both armies of templars and mages. For my inquisition every non-demon is my ally. Reformation is harder, but it deosn't mean unworthy of trying. It's middle age, not futuristic distopy of godless world.FirstDrellSpectre (talk) 20:47, May 3, 2014 (UTC)

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