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* 9:30 Dragon: The Circle of Magi in [[Ferelden]] (during [[Broken Circle]]). [[Knight-Commander Greagoir]] sends a request to the Grand Cleric of [[Denerim]] but depending on the [[the Warden]]'s actions, it can be called off before it is authorized.
 
* 9:30 Dragon: The Circle of Magi in [[Ferelden]] (during [[Broken Circle]]). [[Knight-Commander Greagoir]] sends a request to the Grand Cleric of [[Denerim]] but depending on the [[the Warden]]'s actions, it can be called off before it is authorized.
 
* 9:37 Dragon: The Circle of Magi in [[Kirkwall]] (during [[Battle of Kirkwall (9:37 Dragon)|the Battle of Kirkwall]])
 
* 9:37 Dragon: The Circle of Magi in [[Kirkwall]] (during [[Battle of Kirkwall (9:37 Dragon)|the Battle of Kirkwall]])
* 9:38-9:40 Dragon: The Cicle of Magi in Dairsmuid, [[Rivain]]<ref>''[[Dragon Age: Asunder]]''</ref>
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* 9:38-9:40 Dragon: The Cicle of Magi in Dairsmuid, [[Rivain]]<ref>''[[Dragon Age: Asunder]]. Chapter 22. p. 406''</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 10:57, July 4, 2012

The Right of Annulment is the right to purge a Circle of Magi that is ruled irredeemable by ordering the Templars to kill all the mages within a Circle. Divine Galatea first granted it to all the Grand Clerics of the Chantry in 2:83 Glory. However, if there is no Grand Cleric and no immediate successor (Revered Mother) in evidence, a Knight-Commander of the Templars has legal authority to use the right.[1]

By the beginning of the Fifth Blight, the right has been invoked 17 times. The right was requested three more times between 9:30 and 9:40 Dragon, and was carried out in at least two of these instances.

Known uses of the Right of Annulment

References

  1. David Gaider's Forum posts 1 and Forum posts 2
  2. Dragon Age: Asunder. Chapter 22. p. 406

See also

Ico codex entry Codex entry: The Right of Annulment
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