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Patrick Weekes is a writer for [[BioWare]], and author of [[Dragon Age: The Masked Empire]]. He is married to Bioware lead editor [[Karin Weekes]]. <ref> http://blog.bioware.com/2011/02/18/facebook-friday-week-10-patrick-karin-weekes/</ref>
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Patrick Weekes is the current Lead Writer for the ''Dragon Age'' series, and spouse to BioWare's lead editor [[Karin Weekes]].
   
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
Patrick Weekes originally worked for the Mass Effect writing team, writing for characters including Jack, Tali, Kasumi and Mordin, as well as the Rannoch and Tuchanka story arcs of Mass Effect 3 among many other contributions.<ref>http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/371/index/16419169/1</ref> Following completion of Mass Effect 3, he moved to the Dragon Age writing team and is currently at work on the third Dragon Age game, ''[[Dragon Age: Inquisition|Inquisition]]''.<ref>https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes</ref>
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Patrick Weekes joined Bioware in 2005 as a member of the Mass Effect writing team, and worked on Mass Effect 1, 2, and 3, as well as the Lair of the Shadow Broker, From Ashes, Leviathan and Citadel DLCs. Contributions include the characters of Jack, Tali, Miranda, Kasumi, and Mordin, as well as the Rannoch and Tuchanka story arcs of Mass Effect 3. Following completion of Mass Effect 3, Weekes moved to the ''[[Dragon Age]]'' writing team working on ''[[Dragon Age: Inquisition]]''.
   
He has previously written a novel, called ''The Palace Job''.<ref>https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/247740747137290240.</ref>
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[[David Gaider]] announced on March 3, 2015, that he would soon begin a new project at [[BioWare]], and that Weekes would assume the role of Lead Writer for the ''Dragon Age'' series going forward.<ref>{{Twitter|author=Patrick Weekes|url=https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/572892012598448129}}</ref>
   
 
== ''Dragon Age: Inquisition'' ==
 
== ''Dragon Age: Inquisition'' ==
Weekes wrote the companions [[Iron Bull]] and [[Cole]].
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Weekes wrote [[Cole]], [[Solas]], [[Iron Bull]], [[Cremisius Aclassi]] and the rest of the [[Bull's Chargers]], <ref>Patrick Weekes (November 10, 2014). [http://www.dragonage.com/#!/en_US/news/character-profile-cole Character Profile: Cole]. Dragon Age.</ref> as well as the main quest [[Here Lies the Abyss]].<ref>[http://www.nerdappropriate.com/2014/12/31/rated-na-184-inside-inquisition-with-patrick-weekes/ Nerd Appropriate Interview with Patrick Weekes].</ref> Weekes was Lead Writer on the [[Trespasser]] DLC.
   
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== Other Works ==
   
== External links ==
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Weekes wrote the fourth Dragon Age novel, ''[[Dragon Age: The Masked Empire]]'', which was published on April 8, 2014 and also contributed to ''[[Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 2]]'' and ''[[Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights]]''.
* [http://blog.bioware.com/2011/02/18/facebook-friday-week-10-patrick-karin-weekes/ Bioware Blog Facebook Friday Week 10]
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Other work includes the "Rogues of the Republic" series: ''The Palace Job'',<ref>{{Twitter|author=Patrick Weekes|url=https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/247740747137290240}}</ref> ''The Prophecy Con'',<ref>[http://www.amazon.com/The-Prophecy-Con-Rogues-Republic/dp/1491534818 Amazon.com The Prophecy Con].</ref> and ''The Paladin Caper'',<ref>{{Twitter|author=Patrick Weekes|url=https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/554424079483039745}}</ref> as well as a standalone novel, ''Feeder'', which was published on March 6, 2018.<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Feeder-Patrick-Weekes-ebook/dp/B074ZHDP37/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1508027115&sr=8-1&keywords=feeder+patrick+weekes Amazon.com Feeder]</ref>
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== Trivia ==
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* Weekes has expressed a preference for they/them pronouns.<ref>{{Twitter|author=Patrick Weekes|url=https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/1184551796674416640}}</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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Latest revision as of 08:57, January 19, 2020

Patrick Weekes

Patrick Weekes is the current Lead Writer for the Dragon Age series, and spouse to BioWare's lead editor Karin Weekes.

Background Edit

Patrick Weekes joined Bioware in 2005 as a member of the Mass Effect writing team, and worked on Mass Effect 1, 2, and 3, as well as the Lair of the Shadow Broker, From Ashes, Leviathan and Citadel DLCs. Contributions include the characters of Jack, Tali, Miranda, Kasumi, and Mordin, as well as the Rannoch and Tuchanka story arcs of Mass Effect 3. Following completion of Mass Effect 3, Weekes moved to the Dragon Age writing team working on Dragon Age: Inquisition.

David Gaider announced on March 3, 2015, that he would soon begin a new project at BioWare, and that Weekes would assume the role of Lead Writer for the Dragon Age series going forward.[1]

Dragon Age: Inquisition Edit

Weekes wrote Cole, Solas, Iron Bull, Cremisius Aclassi and the rest of the Bull's Chargers, [2] as well as the main quest Here Lies the Abyss.[3] Weekes was Lead Writer on the Trespasser DLC.

Other Works Edit

Weekes wrote the fourth Dragon Age novel, Dragon Age: The Masked Empire, which was published on April 8, 2014 and also contributed to Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 2 and Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights.

Other work includes the "Rogues of the Republic" series: The Palace Job,[4] The Prophecy Con,[5] and The Paladin Caper,[6] as well as a standalone novel, Feeder, which was published on March 6, 2018.[7]

Trivia Edit

  • Weekes has expressed a preference for they/them pronouns.[8]

References Edit

  1. Twitter icon Patrick Weekes. https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/572892012598448129 . Twitter.
  2. Patrick Weekes (November 10, 2014). Character Profile: Cole. Dragon Age.
  3. Nerd Appropriate Interview with Patrick Weekes.
  4. Twitter icon Patrick Weekes. https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/247740747137290240 . Twitter.
  5. Amazon.com The Prophecy Con.
  6. Twitter icon Patrick Weekes. https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/554424079483039745 . Twitter.
  7. Amazon.com Feeder
  8. Twitter icon Patrick Weekes. https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/1184551796674416640 . Twitter.
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