- “Do not blame the children for the sins of the father.”
Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Edit
In Nathaniel's personal quest, The Howe Family, Samuel informs Nathaniel that Delilah can be found in the City of Amaranthine. After finding her, Nathaniel offers to bring her back to stay at the keep, stating that she doesn't need to live as a peasant. Delilah declines the offer, stating that she's happily married to a storekeeper named Albert (Nathaniel also learns later that they are expecting a child soon).
It is through Delilah that Nathaniel learns more of his father's evil deeds during the Blight.If the Warden is a male Human Noble, the latter can speak directly to her, at which she'll recognize him and apologize for Rendon Howe's deeds.
Dragon Age II Edit
If the Warden is a male human noble:
- Delilah: He's so much better than that stuck-up Cousland boy that father kept trying to set me up with.
- Warden: Well, I didn't want to marry you either!
- Delilah: Oh. Er. That was you, wasn't it? Awkward!
- Delilah's eyes are different colors between Dragon Age Awakening and Dragon Age II, gray in Dragon Age Awakening and light brown in Dragon Age II; this may be due to a mistake by the developers. This same error occurred with Nathaniel. Delilah's hairstyle is also different.
- Even after finding his sister, Nathaniel will still condone the burning of the city of Amaranthine at endgame of Awakening. This was possibly an oversight considering this endangers Delilah and her family.
- In an interview, David Gaider confirmed the birth order for the Howe siblings; Nathaniel is the eldest, then Delilah, and Thomas is the youngest.
- ↑ Referenced by the "Portrait of a Howe" in Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening.
- ↑ Samuel mentions that Thomas died in the war, presumably the Ferelden civil war during the Blight.
- ↑ Interview with David Gaider, at Thedas UK Con in Leicestershire, England, on Saturday January 14th, 2012 Retrieved on July 11, 2013.