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|title = [[Chevaliers|Ser]] <small>(formerly)</small> <br> [[Grey Wardens|Grey Warden]]
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|title = Ser <small>(formerly)</small> <br>[[Grey Wardens|Grey Warden]]
 
|gender = Male
 
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|voice = [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0180388/ Stephane Cornicard]
 
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|affiliation = [[Chevaliers]] <small>(formerly)</small> <br> [[Grey Wardens]]
 
 
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|appearances = [[Dragon Age II]] <br> [[Heroes of Dragon Age]] <br> [[Dragon Age: Inquisition]]
 
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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
Jean-Marc Stroud was born the younger son of a minor noble family in the Fields of [[Ghislain]]. He received word that his family had been killed shortly after completing his training at the [[Chevaliers|Academie des Chevaliers]]. Although the culprits were made out to be bandits, Stroud's family were actually the victims of the [[The Grand Game|Grand Game]]. Before Stroud could seek revenge against his family's murderers, his trainers at the Academie urged a [[Grey Wardens|Grey Warden]], one [[Clarel de Chanson]], to recruit him to stop him from throwing his life away. Unable to refuse Clarel's request honorably, Stroud joined the Wardens.
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Jean-Marc Stroud was born the younger son of a minor noble family in the Fields of [[Ghislain]]. He received word that his family had been killed shortly after completing his training at the Academie des Chevaliers. Although the culprits were made out to be bandits, Stroud's family were actually the victims of the [[The Grand Game|Grand Game]]. Before Stroud could seek revenge against his family's murderers, his trainers at the Academie urged a [[Grey Wardens|Grey Warden]], one [[Clarel de Chanson]], to recruit him to stop him from throwing his life away. Unable to refuse Clarel's request honorably, Stroud joined the Wardens.
   
 
In the following decades, Warden Stroud served with honor and earned a reputation as the finest swordsman in the order. He has been tasked with recruiting and training new Wardens, and many young Wardens attribute their skill to Stroud's training. Due to his family history, Stroud limits his travels to the [[Free Marches]] to avoid being caught up in the Game and thereby spare the Wardens from accusations of interfering in Orlesian politics. Stroud lacks strong opinions on the [[mages]] and [[templars]], but believes both groups were wrong to abandon the [[Chantry]].<ref>[[Codex entry: Ser Stroud]]</ref>
 
In the following decades, Warden Stroud served with honor and earned a reputation as the finest swordsman in the order. He has been tasked with recruiting and training new Wardens, and many young Wardens attribute their skill to Stroud's training. Due to his family history, Stroud limits his travels to the [[Free Marches]] to avoid being caught up in the Game and thereby spare the Wardens from accusations of interfering in Orlesian politics. Stroud lacks strong opinions on the [[mages]] and [[templars]], but believes both groups were wrong to abandon the [[Chantry]].<ref>[[Codex entry: Ser Stroud]]</ref>
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