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Orb of Fen'Harel Edit

This is pure speculation, but I'd wager the Orb to be the Orb of Fen'Harel (if such a thing exists). We know from the ending that Solas is Fen'Harel, and in the Dragon Age: Redemption series, Saarebas uses the Mask of Fen'Harel to try to tear open the Veil... similar purposes there

Solas says that the Orb is a Foci one which enhances the power of the user while also granting power (such as the anchor) Kantraah (talk) 17:37, December 10, 2014 (UTC)

Yes, and I also speculate that the Orb is the key to the eluvian in which Solas had the elven gods sealed. --KeladinStorm (talk) 22:36, December 14, 2014 (UTC)

If the Herald is elven, Solas will elaborate that the Orb focuses the power of the Elven Pantheon and each one is usually associated with a particular god. Because it's his orb, we can only assume that the association is with Fen'Harel. Him and his orb, and through the orb, Corypheus, having power over the Veil makes sense. It's said that Fen'Harel locked away the elven gods, and even though this is a Dalish tale, it seems to have at least some basis in fact. At any rate, every way you turn, Fen'harel is connected to the Fade. --Yavril (talk) 02:17, September 4, 2015 (UTC)


Isn't it a bit much to assume that the song title is giving the orb's proper name? You really need further evidence for that sort of leap. -- User:Skittles the hog

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