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=== Elves ===
 
=== Elves ===
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{{CodexQuote|Vallaslin: Blood Writing|I asked him about the intricate tattoos on his face; he told me they were called vallaslin--"blood writing." His were symbols of [[Andruil]] the Huntress, one of the most highly revered elven goddesses.}}
 
{{CodexQuote|Vallaslin: Blood Writing|I asked him about the intricate tattoos on his face; he told me they were called vallaslin--"blood writing." His were symbols of [[Andruil]] the Huntress, one of the most highly revered elven goddesses.}}
 
When a [[Dalish|Dalish Elf]] comes of age, they are marked with intricate tattoos representing one of the elven gods. The tattooing is preceded by meditation on the gods and the ways of the Dalish, and by purifying the body and the skin. It is not known whether this practice was part of the worship of elven gods in ancient [[Elvhenan]] or is a more recent development. As Ilen says to Hawke, Dalish ink is very valuable to them, Merrill said to Fenris that blood is used to make their tattoos.
 
When a [[Dalish|Dalish Elf]] comes of age, they are marked with intricate tattoos representing one of the elven gods. The tattooing is preceded by meditation on the gods and the ways of the Dalish, and by purifying the body and the skin. It is not known whether this practice was part of the worship of elven gods in ancient [[Elvhenan]] or is a more recent development. As Ilen says to Hawke, Dalish ink is very valuable to them, Merrill said to Fenris that blood is used to make their tattoos.
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