From what we've been told, the Inquisitor is seen with suspicion because they're the only one that survives some crazy explosion that killed everyone else... and that he has the unique ability to close the tears in the sky.
That last bit... does that really make him special? In Dragon Age Origins, Warden's Keep DLC, We learn that the tears in the Veil can be easily repaired. The Warden Mage, Avernus, does some hand waving movements, and the tear in the veil is repaired... well, more so than before... My point is we've already seen that the tears in the veil can be repaired. Why does this ability make the Inquisitor special? Kaspar Sinclair (talk) 10:25, May 19, 2014 (UTC)
I think Avernus closing the veil may have been a special case, because he was the one breached the veil in the first place when he was summoning the demons. Since he was the person who drew those summoning circles, i think he had the knowledge on how to erase his previous work.
However, in Awakening the Warden is able to repair the veil from the inside by activating those pedestools, and the warden isn't even necessarily a mage. That would seem to suggest any mage could repair the veil if they were able to enter the fade first. That normally requires a lot of lyrium or blood magic, so perhaps the Inquisitor's power is unique because it doesn't need those? Drake72 (talk) 10:57, May 19, 2014 (UTC)