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- “What's the most pieces you've ever cut someone into in a single swing? I'm up to three, but I have some ideas.”
Before he became known as the Iron Bull, he was a brilliant agent of the Ben-Hassrath. Hunting down spies, rebels, deserters - the Iron Bull did it all. However, by 9:40 Dragon, the Iron Bull had burned out and had been assigned to Orlais where he founded the Bull's Chargers mercenary company on orders of the Ben-Hassrath. The Iron Bull used his mercenaries to gather information on Orlesian nobles, feeding the intelligence to the Ben-Hassrath. Though he still reports to his old masters, time in Orlais led to something of an identity crisis for the Iron Bull.
He remains in command of the Bull's Chargers, though spends much of his time drinking, sleeping around, and overindulging - all clear violations of the Qun. Despite his unusually friendly demeanor and lax attitude to his philosophy, the Iron Bull still has a loyalty to the Qun which dies hard. He does not proselytize, but neither does he apologize for his way of life.
The Iron Bull will apparently be hired by the Inquisitor to fight the demons invading Thedas as a result of the Breach. He sends reports to the Ben-Hassrath on the Inquisition and the Breach, though also relays information to the Inquisitor.
- According to David Gaider, Iron Bull "fears nothing but the past".
- He is described as "The Muscle".
- When comparing Iron Bull to food, Patrick Weekes describes him as "either rump roast for size or chili dog for delicious bad decisions." 
- According to Patrick Weekes, most people refer to the Iron Bull simply as "Bull" in conversation.
- The Iron Bull's voice actor, Freddie Prinze Jr., describes his character as acting like the "James Bond of the Qunari", and also having an Alpha male attitude.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 GameStar Magazine, 04/2014.
- ↑ Official Xbox Magazine, issue 161 (May 2014)
- ↑ Under the Horns official video
- ↑ Iron Bull profile
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 Patrick Weekes Q & A
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Official profile
- ↑ Patrick Weekes' twitter
- ↑ Patrick Weekes' twitter.
- ↑ Under the Horns