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== Peace treaty ==
 
== Peace treaty ==
By then, rebuilding all the destruction caused was considered more important than trying to dislodge the Qunari from Kont-aar once again. The Llomeryn Accords dictates that the Qunari would receive the [[Par Vollen|northern archipelago]] in exchange for cessation of hostilities against all the nations on the accord. Only Tevinter refused to sign, and so the war continues to rage in the Imperium to the present day. Seheron for example, still remains a place of contested conflict between the Qunari and the Tevinter Imperium. Peace was not established between the Tevinter Imperium and the Qunari, but skirmishes were few while the Qunari pulled back to Par Vollen and regrouped.
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By then, rebuilding all the destruction caused was considered more important than trying to dislodge the Qunari from Kont-aar once again. The Llomeryn Accords dictates that the Qunari would receive the [[Par Vollen|northern archipelago]] in exchange for cessation of hostilities against all the nations on the accord. Only Tevinter refused to sign, and so the war continues to rage in the Imperium to the present day. Peace was not established between the Tevinter Imperium and the Qunari, but skirmishes were few while the Qunari pulled back to Par Vollen and regrouped.
   
 
It's worth noting, however, that the Kingdom of Rivain immediately violated the treaty. Twice. Once, when the [[human]]s of northern Rivain—nearly all practitioners of the [[Qun]] and therefore by definition, "Qunari"—refused to leave their homes and go in exile to the islands. And again, when the Rivain Chantry and nationalist forces, unable to convert its people back to the worship of the [[Maker]], tried a purge by the sword, slaughtering countless unarmed people and burying them in mass graves. For whatever reason, the leaders in [[Kont-Aar|Kont-aar]] did not alert their allies in the Northern Passage of these attacks.<ref name="Llomerryn Accords"/>
 
It's worth noting, however, that the Kingdom of Rivain immediately violated the treaty. Twice. Once, when the [[human]]s of northern Rivain—nearly all practitioners of the [[Qun]] and therefore by definition, "Qunari"—refused to leave their homes and go in exile to the islands. And again, when the Rivain Chantry and nationalist forces, unable to convert its people back to the worship of the [[Maker]], tried a purge by the sword, slaughtering countless unarmed people and burying them in mass graves. For whatever reason, the leaders in [[Kont-Aar|Kont-aar]] did not alert their allies in the Northern Passage of these attacks.<ref name="Llomerryn Accords"/>
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