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for Dragon Age II.
If Hawke spends the money needed for Bartrand's expedition and has no other financial recourse, Dougal will contact Hawke and loan the fifty sovereigns needed to become a partner.
Once Hawke arrives at his estate in Act 2, Dougal will be waiting for them. Despite being paid back in full, along with interest, Dougal demands more money from Hawke. If Hawke does not pay up (there is no way to do this), Dougal will threaten Leandra, and also say that he will spread rumours and lies about Hawke, and has somehow learned about what happened with Bartrand in the Deep Roads.Hawke will always reject Dougal's demands if Hawke does not have 100 sovereigns. If Hawke refuses to pay, Dougal will confront Hawke at night. A confrontation will ensue in which Dougal is killed.
- He shares his surname with members of the minor noble House Gavorn. It is unknown if there is a connection between them and Dougal.
- He and his men sometimes become immortal when they attack Hawke (fixed as of Patch 1.02).