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According to Fenris, the templars in Tevinter are controlled by magisters and exist only to enforce the law. It does seem that the Imperial templars must act if a mage crosses the line and uses forbidden magics; they can even use the Right of Annulment. However, where that line is, is unclear since the use of blood magic seems to be common among the upper class, despite being officially forbidden.

How do you think what has to happen in this empire so the Right of Annulment is ordered to use? (talk) 15:43, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

I'm basing this off memory so if someone has more details please correct me. I was given to understand the Grand Cleric had to approve of a rite of anullment of a circle. (unless under special conditions like...i dunno.. she "somehow" gets blown up in a chantry) With the Magisters in control of the Circle in Tevinter, I can only assume a rite would have to be approved by them, which of course would never actually get approved. I'm given to understand the Templars in Tevinter are mostly there to just take down an abomination should one appear. Warden Mage: Ferris (talk) 19:47, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

Templars in Tevinter are just to enforce the imperial law, they are policemen and soldiers with no antimagical powers. Kirkwall Chantry and it's case doesn't interest me, so may nobody else mention Andrastian Chantry on this forum. (talk) 20:28, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
Sounds like you know the answer to your own question...why even ask? Warden Mage: Ferris (talk) 07:41, June 15, 2013 (UTC)
If I really had knew the answer, I would not ask the question. The question is what is to happen in Tevinter, so there should be used RoA. When you mentioned Kirkwall Chantry, you went off topic and that's what bothers me. (talk) 07:48, June 15, 2013 (UTC)
Oooh, he went offtopic for a moment, whatever shall we do? And no, he simply compared the two, which actually is on topic, if you think about it. Anyway, since it's safe to say the Magisters'd need to approve the RoA I'd say maybe a rebellion of some sort inside the Circle or directly opposing the Magisters regarding some important matter could lead to such harsh measures? Yammamoto69 (talk) 08:37, June 15, 2013 (UTC)
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