Rendorn Guerrin is the Arl of Redcliffe during the Orlesian occupation of Ferelden. He is one of the leading figures of the Fereldan Rebellion which rose up against King Meghren and the Orlesian rule.
Involvement[edit | edit source]
At some point Rendorn managed to capture Moira the Rebel Queen. What he did not know was that Moira had allowed herself be captured in order to get close to him. She knew that he wasn't the sort of man who'd turn her over to the Orlesians and she proved to be right, winning him over.
After Rendorn threw his support behind Moira, he and his wife Marina decided that Ferelden was too unsafe for their sons. They decided that she would take the boys to Ansburg, where the three of them would stay with her sister Thalia Aurum, the Margravine of Ansburg, until the war ended. Marina took the children to Denerim, where they boarded a ship headed for the Free Marches, but Marina died of a fever shortly after reaching her sister's estate, and from then on the boys where raised by Thalia and her husband. Rendorn's daughter, Rowan, was betrothed to marry Moira's son Maric Theirin when they came of age.A coronation for the Rebel Queen was held at Redcliffe. Rendorn, along with his lover Connor, then went forth from Redcliffe to join the rebellion, and the Arl became one of the queen's generals. After Moira was slain by traitors, Arl Rendorn took command of the rebellion. He was killed during the disastrous battle at West Hill, along with most of the rebel army, including Connor, at 8:99 Blessed.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Rendorn is erroneously referred to as Connor in the codex entry for Fort Connor in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Instead of fixing the issue, Patrick Weekes decided to write a lover named Connor into Rendorn and Marina's relationship.
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Patrick Weekes' Twitter
- Codex entry: Fort Connor
- Gaider, David (April 12, 2009). "*Spoilers* Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne discussion thread." (archive). BioWare Forums ( ). Retrieved on June 4, 2011.
- Gaider, David (June 23, 2009). "*Spoilers* Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne discussion thread." . BioWare Forums ( ). Retrieved on June 4, 2011.