I've conducted a brief study of the graffiti that's sprung up across the Marquisate... I think they're messages. Coded messages. It was just a way to pass the time, initially. But patterns began to appear. ―The Kindly Knight

Graffiti is an event in Dragon Age: The Last Court. It is continued from the card Enlightenment or The Knight Requests an Audience.

Description Edit

Graffiti blooms across Serault like primrose in the evening. You can find it in dismal alleys, on the high sides of granaries, even - intolerably - on the bright castle walls. The simplest, most common, symbol is a daubed candle-flame. The more complex are revolutionary slogans or unflattering caricatures of your noble self.

At best the graffiti is garish. At worst it's seditious. Who is responsible?

Available actions Edit


Scrub Serault clean
She will be pristine again.
Difficulty: Rulership*2
Success: +5 Dignity, -5 Rumors of Revolution
Failure: +5 Freedom, +5 Rumors of Revolution


Try to crack the code
You're sure revolutionaries are using the graffiti to transmit messages under the very noses of your watch.
Difficulty: Scholarship*2
Success: +3 Clues, -4 Rumors of Revolution
Failure: +3 Clues, -10 Health