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This page contains a list of situational dialogue and conversations Tamar has with other characters in Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer.

Tamar's remarks Edit

  • (Low health) I have my limits!  
  • (Low health) I won’t die, not like this!  
  • (Low health) There is pain, but I’ve had worse.  
  • (Fallen) I can't give up!  
  • (Fallen) I will have vengeance.  
  • (Revived) You have my gratitude.
  • (Revived) Back to the battle, then.
  • (Revived) Pain is a great teacher.
  • (Revived) What they did, I’ll return ten times over!
  • (Reviving friend) You’re not getting out of this so easily, get up!
  • (Reviving friend) Stand up and fight!
  • (Friend fallen) You were not strong enough. Disappointing.
  • (Seeing a treasure room) Look!
  • (Calling others) Come here.
  • (Completing a retrieval mission) We have what we want. We should leave while we still can.
  • (During battle) Ha! They should be running scared.
  • (Entering a new zone) Enemies ahead. If someone wants to say something, now's the time.
  • (Upon killing an enemy) Die!
  • (Beginning of final battle) Take us, if you dare!
  • (Upon killing a targeted enemy) That death was its own reward.
  • (Idle) I'm hungry for a fight.
  • (Idle) When does the killing start?
  • (Idle) Why do we wait?
  • (To DLC character banter) Oh, really?

Tamar and Amund Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Amund: What’s a Chantry? Or an Inquisition?

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Amund: We shall give no quarter this day, friend. But perhaps we can tell tales of our own.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Amund: Then let us find your battle to fight, friend!

Tamar and Argent Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Argent: Even when things change, they stay the same.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Argent: Nobody has ever told me a story in exchange for not killing them? Sad.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Argent: I have not had many dealings with the commander. He seems hard to kill.

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  • Argent: This is the first time I've worked for an organization like the Inquisition. It was always a person before.
  • Tamar: I don’t like working for anyone.

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  • Argent: When we’re through, perhaps the spymaster will turn me over to someone else.
  • Tamar: She does that a lot, does she?

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  • Argent: I like birds. I had a parakeet. It was blue. And then it died.
  • Tamar: Why, did you kill it?

Tamar and Belinda Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Belinda: We’re not all bad, Tamar.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Belinda: Don’t talk, please don’t talk. I just wanna get through this.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Belinda: If he frees you, what then? Hide out in the mountains and find another dragon to worship?

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  • Belinda: I met the Divine Justinia only once before she died. She was lovely.
  • Tamar: It was her that took Haven, but by then the Hero of Ferelden had done most of the work.

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  • Belinda: I pray the Maker smiles on the Inquisition. Our cause is righteous!
  • Tamar: Hah, righteous. Your hands are just as bloody as mine, girl.

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  • Belinda: I hope to stay and serve the Inquisition, once this war is over.
  • Tamar: Perhaps you could kiss the Inquisition’s ass somewhere else.

Tamar and Cillian Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Cillian: I hope one day you will let go of your anger.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Cillian: You are a fascinating woman, Tamar.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live. 
  • Cillian: Everyone deserves freedom. 

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  • Cillian: I once dreamed of seeing places like this.
  • Tamar: Dreams are useless things. 

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  • Cillian: Being with the Inquisition has opened my eyes to how little I truly understood the world before.
  • Tamar: I understand the world enough to know I dislike most of it.

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  • Cillian: Did anyone try that ham they had at camp yesterday?
  • Tamar: I don’t eat meat.

Tamar and Hall Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Hall: I suppose you’d prefer chaos.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Hall: Do you prefer slapstick? Dark comedy? Puns? I-I know a few limericks?

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Hall: The commander will keep his promise. He seems a good man.

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  • Hall: There are so many people in the world. I'm not used the lack of silence.
  • Tamar: Don’t get too attached to all those people. They die.

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  • Hall: I wonder if I'll ever be able to go back to the life I had before.
  • Tamar: At least you have the option.

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  • Hall: So when we get back does anyone fancy a drink at the tavern? That’s what friends do, right?
  • Tamar: We’re not friends.

Tamar and Isabela Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power. 
  • Isabela: Tamar, you are a lovely lady, but Andraste's arsecheeks, you're a downer. 

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Isabela: You can't just stop there. What's the story?

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live. 
  • Isabela: I love boots. Tall, supple leather boots. The smell of Antivan leather. What? Oh - sorry, were you talking?

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  • Isabela: Every time we find gold I think to myself, "Imagine the hats you could buy with this, Isabela!" 
  • Tamar: Oh, really?

Tamar and Katari Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Katari: Human politics make my head spin.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Katari: That’s it? You’re not going to tell the story?

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Katari: If you didn’t believe him, why did you agree to his terms?

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  • Katari: This Inquisition must be desperate, recruiting the way they do. Just look at us!
  • Tamar: We are powerful. Little matters beyond that.

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  • Katari: Ever fought a wyvern? I did once. Sold the head for good money, too.
  • Tamar: Lucrative, you say?

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  • Katari: I’ll be happy if I never see a demon again after this.
  • Tamar: A demon is much like any other foe.

Tamar and Korbin Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Korbin: I take it you have no love for the Inquisition?

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Korbin: I have come across very few mages in my life.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Korbin: The commander will keep his word. He’s an honourable man.

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  • Korbin: Once in the Deep Roads, I held off a group of darkspawn for two days.
  • Tamar: Darkspawn, red Templars, demons. They’ll all die screaming.

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  • Korbin: There’s so much life on the surface. If not for the Inquisition, I would never have experienced it.
  • Tamar: Just wait until you see a dragon.

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  • Korbin: Once this is all over, I suppose I’ll have to return to the Deep Roads.
  • Tamar: Sounds like you’re not looking forward to it.

Tamar and Luka Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Luka: And they’re watching, always watching. And judging.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Luka: It would’ve been funnier if you killed them.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Luka: I wouldn’t trust him. He smells like elderflower and oakmoss. It’s suspicious.

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  • Luka: Inquisition is such a funny word!
  • Tamar: Only if you say it funny.

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  • Luka: When I was trapped in the Vimmark Mountains, I ate lots of mushrooms.
  • Tamar: You do what you can to survive.

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  • Luka: I wonder if I could find that cave with the glowing lichen again – it was west of Ferelden.
  • Tamar: Well, if you need any help, I’m available.

Tamar and Neria Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Neria: At least there is one thing we can agree upon.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Neria: Elgar’nan! Are all shems like this?

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Neria: I wouldn’t trust him. But then I am Dalish and he is from the Chantry.

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  • Neria: (gasps) I've never had my skills so tested in my life! 
  • Tamar: And yet you still stand. You must be doing something right.

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  • Neria: It will be a relief to return to my clan once all this is done.
  • Tamar: It will be a relief to see you go.

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  • Neria: I never thought I would say this, but I’ve learned much from traveling with you all.
  • Tamar: Never thought I’d hear that.

Tamar and Rion Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power.
  • Rion: If there’s a better way to restore peace, by all means, please, point it out.

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Rion: A funny story? I didn’t think you had a sense of humour.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live.
  • Rion: I’m not going to say anything. I don’t want your sword in my gut, nor Cullen’s.

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  • Rion: You know, this Inquisition? Isn’t as bad as I thought.
  • Tamar: Well, they didn’t give you the choice to serve or die.

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  • Rion: When this is over, I hope we mages are given some freedom. After all, isn’t the point to change things?
  • Tamar: Ah, so you’re in it for yourself too.

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  • Rion: Well, how’s everyone doing today?
  • Tamar: Just. Splendid.

Tamar and Sidony Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power. 
  • Sidony: There are many kinds of power. 

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Sidony: Well, aren't you merciful.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live. 
  • Sidony: (Sighs.) Can we just focus on not dying, right this minute? Please?

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  • Sidony: This is ridiculous. Why did I agree to come here? 
  • Tamar: Indeed, why is you here? To test our patience?

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  • Sidony: (Disgusted noise.) 
  • Tamar: Do you ever stop your bellyaching?

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  • Sidony: Once this is over, the spymaster promised to let me look at her library. 
  • Tamar: Books are just kindling. 

Tamar and another Tamar Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power. 
  • Other Tamar: It’s not my Chantry. 

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Other Tamar: It ends with a broom, a goose and a pot of honey, right?

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live. 
  • Other Tamar: How strange we are fighting for the very people who took Haven from us. Kolgrim would be ashamed.

Tamar and Thornton Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power. 
  • Thornton: I’m just a soldier. It’s not my place to comment. Easier that way. 

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Thornton: Hm, remind me to stockpile some funny stories, in case I get on your bad side.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live. 
  • Thornton: No point in worrying about it, is there?

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  • Thornton: When the Breach first opened, I managed to evade demons by hiding in a snowdrift. 
  • Tamar: Impressive. I would’ve just killed them.

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  • Thornton: Considering what we’re up against, I really hope the Inquisition knows what it’s doing. 
  • Tamar: Taking the opportunity to cease power, that’s what.

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  • Thornton: If I survive this, maybe I’ll move to a cottage. Get a dog. And a vegetable garden. 
  • Tamar: Well, isn’t that sweet.

Tamar and Zither! Edit

  • Tamar: Your Chantry goes belly up, the Inquisition steps in. Always something to keep the same people in power. 
  • Zither!: The Chantry... now they've had a great run. Loads of hit songs. Might make a comeback, you never know.  

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  • Tamar: The last time I met a group of rebel mages, I let them live. One of them told a funny story.
  • Zither!: Rebel mages. Did they open for me once? No. Sorry. I was thinking of apostacy.

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  • Tamar: If I survive, I’ll be free. The commander gave his word – I fight for him, and I get to live. 
  • Zither!: Do you ever hear fuchsia lotus play? They had a song about that. “I need to live” or, maybe “Hey! Don’t kill me!” eh...
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