Modest in temper, bold in deed―House Trevelyan motto

House Trevelyan is a noble family from Ostwick in the Free Marches.

Background[edit | edit source]

Originating in the dual walled Free Marcher city of Ostwick, the Trevelyans are a noble house noted for their piety and connections within the Chantry and the Templar Order. Younger members of the family are often expected to follow a career in service of the Chantry either as a member of the Chantry itself or as a Templar, regardless of their personal feelings or motivations. Many members of the family presently serve as members of the chantry and the Trevelyans are reliably on a first name basis with most of the Chantry in Ostwick.

The Trevelyans have relatives among the nobility of Nevarra and the Tevinter Imperium, including House Pavus. The Trevelyans also maintain a relationship with the Montilyet family of Antiva.

Involvement[edit | edit source]

This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Inquisition.

In 9:41 Dragon, several members of House Trevelyan attended a Chantry conclave seeking to put an end to the Mage-Templar War. Included among the delegation was the youngest child of Bann Trevelyan, who was sent to assist their relatives or, if a mage, formed a part of the Mage delegation.

After a cataclysmic event Trevelyan ended up becoming the Inquisitor, leader of the reformed Inquisition, if chosen by the player.

Known Trevelyans[edit | edit source]

  • The Inquisitor (Human only)
  • Lucille – great-aunt of the human Inquisitor
  • Bann Trevelyan – father of the human Inquisitor
  • Lady Trevelyan – mother of the human Inquisitor
  • Lady Osher Lotharn Trevelyan Bayart – cousin of the human Inquisitor
  • Lord Albrechtdistant relative of the human Inquisitor
  • Philliam Bernard Aloicious Trevelyan – better known as Philliam, a Bard! [1]

Codex entries[edit | edit source]

Codex entry: Trevelyan, the Free Marcher Codex entry: Trevelyan, the Free Marcher

References[edit | edit source]

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