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The '''Right of Annulment''' is the right to purge a [[Circle of Magi]] that is ruled irredeemable by ordering the [[Templar Order|Templars]] to kill all the [[mage]]s within a Circle. [[Divine]] Galatea first granted it to all the [[Grand Cleric]]s of the [[Chantry]] in 2:83 [[Ages#Glory|Glory]]. However, if there is no Grand Cleric and no immediate successor (Revered Mother) in evidence, [[Knight-Commanders]] of the Templar Order has legal authority to use the right.<ref>David Gaider's [http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/304/index/6981321&lf=8 Forum posts 1] and [http://social.bioware.com/forums/forum/1/topic/304/index/6901812&lf=8 Forum posts 2]</ref>
 
The '''Right of Annulment''' is the right to purge a [[Circle of Magi]] that is ruled irredeemable by ordering the [[Templar Order|Templars]] to kill all the [[mage]]s within a Circle. [[Divine]] Galatea first granted it to all the [[Grand Cleric]]s of the [[Chantry]] in 2:83 [[Ages#Glory|Glory]]. However, if there is no Grand Cleric and no immediate successor (Revered Mother) in evidence, [[Knight-Commanders]] of the Templar Order has legal authority to use the right.<ref>David Gaider's [http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/304/index/6981321&lf=8 Forum posts 1] and [http://social.bioware.com/forums/forum/1/topic/304/index/6901812&lf=8 Forum posts 2]</ref>
 
According to Fenris the Imperial templars also have option of using Right of Annulment, but the line is elsewhere to cross.
 
   
 
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 [[Ages#Dragon|Dragon]], and was carried out in at least two of these instances.
 
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 [[Ages#Dragon|Dragon]], and was carried out in at least two of these instances.
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According to [[Fenris]] the [[Imperial Chantry|Imperial]] templars also have option of using this Right, but the line is elsewhere to cross.
   
 
== Known uses of the Right of Annulment ==
 
== Known uses of the Right of Annulment ==
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* 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]])
 
* 9:40 Dragon: The Cicle of Magi in Dairsmuid, [[Rivain]]<ref>''[[Dragon Age: Asunder]].'' Chapter 22. p. 406</ref><ref>''[[Dragon Age: The World of Thedas]]''. p.102.</ref>
 
* 9:40 Dragon: The Cicle of Magi in Dairsmuid, [[Rivain]]<ref>''[[Dragon Age: Asunder]].'' Chapter 22. p. 406</ref><ref>''[[Dragon Age: The World of Thedas]]''. p.102.</ref>
 
== References ==
 
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
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== References ==
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Revision as of 23:18, June 14, 2013

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, Knight-Commanders of the Templar Order 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.

According to Fenris the Imperial templars also have option of using this Right, but the line is elsewhere to cross.

Known uses of the Right of Annulment

See also

Ico codex entry Codex entry: The Right of Annulment

References

  1. David Gaider's Forum posts 1 and Forum posts 2
  2. Dragon Age: Asunder. Chapter 22. p. 406
  3. Dragon Age: The World of Thedas. p.102.
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