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- See also: Character: Anora
"We have been given the gift of freedom by our forbearers. Let us not squander it."
The only child of the war hero Loghain Mac Tir, Anora has never been one to stay quietly in the background. It is common knowledge that in the five years Anora and Cailan held the throne together, she was the one wielding the power. She is held in much higher esteem than her husband by the people of Ferelden, nobility and commoners alike, and commands the respect even of foreign nations, having once inspired Empress Celene of Orlais to declare, "Anora of Ferelden is a solitary rose among brambles."
After Rescue the Queen quest...
She sent her maid, Erlina, to Arl Eamon's estate to ask for The Warden's help in escaping from Arl Howe, but as they fled Howe's estate, Anora in disguise, they were ambushed by Ser Cauthrien, there to arrest Howe's murderer.
If The Warden tells Cauthrien they were trying to rescue Anora: When The Warden tried to protest the charge on the grounds of defending Anora, the queen declared that she was being kidnapped and called to Cauthrien for help.
If The Warden surrenders to Cauthrien: The Warden surrendered to permit Anora's escape.
If The Warden fights Cauthrien: A fight ensued, and Anora fled in the confusion.
Once The Warden returns to Arl Eamon's Estate: She made her way to Eamon's Denerim estate and there offered her aid in defeating her father at the Landsmeet.
At the Landsmeet...
If Anora betrays The Warden: However, when the hour came, she publicly supported her father, decrying the Wardens as slanderers and regicides.
If Anora supports The Warden: With her help, Loghain's support was eroded.
If Anora's support is not enough to sway the Landsmeet: Her efforts, however, were not enough to erode Loghain's support.
If The Warden wins the support of the Landsmeet: The banns fell in line behind Eamon and The Warden. Loghain, however, would not accept defeat easily. He filled the room with troops and attempted a coup. Fighting erupted, breaking the long tradition of the Landsmeet, which was ultimately settled with a duel.
If The Warden fails to win the support of the Landsmeet: The banns fell in line behind Loghain, and he called for the Wardens' execution. Fighting erupted, breaking the long tradition of the Landsmeet, which was ultimately settled with a duel.
If Alistair becomes sole monarch...
In the end, Anora was deposed, and Alistair was given the throne.
If Anora becomes sole monarch...
If Alistair remains a Grey Warden: In the end, Anora was granted the throne, freeing Alistair from the burden of a responsibility he never wanted anyway.
If Alistair is to be executed: In the end, Anora was granted the throne and Alistair was taken away to be executed.
If both Loghain and Alistair live: In the end, Anora was granted the throne, and Alistair walked out of the Landsmeet Chamber never to be seen again.
If Anora is to rule with The Warden...
If Alistair is to be executed: In the end, Anora kept her throne, with The Warden now her king-consort, and Alistair was taken away to be executed.
If Alistair leaves: In the end, Anora kept her throne, with The Warden now her king-consort, and Alistair walked out of the Landsmeet Chamber never to be seen again.
If Alistair stays (Loghain dies): In the end, Anora kept her throne, with The Warden now her king-consort.
If Anora is to rule with Alistair...
If The Warden kills Loghain: In the end, Anora and Alistair agreed to marry and rule jointly, though Alistair postponed taking the throne until the Blight was ended.