|This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Lavellan clan article.|
Deletion proposal[edit source]
We have articles on all of the other known Dalish clans, so I think it's a good idea to have one about this one, as well. I assume more info about it will be coming soon enough. --Kelcat (talk) 05:13, August 23, 2014 (UTC)
I agree. Unless the name is changed at the last minute, why wouldn't the clan page exist already?
I have one very minor suggestion. The way the second paragraph reads suggests that the Keeper becomes the leader of the Inq. I've never edited an actual page here, but may I suggest changing it to something like this: Sometime following 9:40 Dragon a Chantry conclave was called, seeking to put an end to the Mage-Templar War. Sensing this summit would impact not just the future of the Dalish but of all elves, the clan’s Keeper resolved to investigate the event. She sent either her First or a hunter (dependent on player choice) to spy. After a cataclysmic event this agent became the Inquisitor, leader of the reformed Inquisition.
Just my 2 cents. Shenachie (talk) 14:41, August 28, 2014 (UTC)
Background information possibly incorrect[edit source]
The background information states that the clan had "little to no contact with humans", but didn't someone (Josephine I think, in a conversation with Lavellan about the Dalish clans, or perhaps it was Solas, but someone) said that the Lavellan clan is less isolationist than others, and tries to deal with humans fairly and peacefully? I can't remember who it was or who said it exactly, can someone confirm?
- According to the lore, the Dalish are technically criminalized under Chantry law because of their religion (which is not allowed to be worshipped), so the clans don't avoid humans because of hate but because Andrastian humans attack them, something that the Lavellan codex makes reference to about why the clan travels in the Free Marches. Lobsel Vith (talk) 21:16, December 28, 2019 (UTC)