Knight-Vigilant Trentwatch is the leader of the Templar Order during the Mage-Templar War.

Background Edit

This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Asunder.

As a Knight-Vigilant, Trentwatch would oversee the entire Templar Order from the White Spire in Val Royeaux.[1] However, he loses his seat of power in 9:40 Dragon as he does nothing during the events leading up to the Mage-Templar War, specifically the Lord Seeker Lambert van Reeves annulling the Nevarran Accord, which effectively separated the Templar Order and Seekers of Truth from the Chantry, and puts the Lord Seeker in charge of both orders, taking the power from Trentwatch.

Involvement Edit

This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Inquisition.

The Knight-Vigilant somehow survived the Conclave. When the Envy demon, posing as the Lord Seeker Lucius Corin, learns of this, he sends a letter to Trentwatch, asking him to sneak into the Therinfal Redoubt under the cover of night and see him in Knight-Captain Denam's office.

During Champions of the Just, the Inquisitor can discover Trentwatch's body in Denam's office. It is unclear why and if Denam himself killed the Knight-Vigilant, or it was the Envy Demon.

Notes Edit

  • According to Delrin Barris, Trentwatch was respected, though he never met him personally.

References Edit

  1. BioWare Blog: On Templars, Raiders, City Guards and the Coterie
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