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Known members Edit
- Lord Dace: He lived during King Ragnan Aeducan's reign and lost to a proving match from a bare-handed servant of his house. This story is mentioned by Shaper Vortag in a codex entry.
- Seldrek Dace: Centuries before Dragon Age, he was presented The Crafthall's Wall for his house's support to the smith caste.
- Lord Anwer Dace: House Dace's apparent patriarch, as demonstrated by the need for his approval in order for the house to make an important decision.
- Lord Ronus Dace: Serves as House Dace's representative during the Dwarf Noble's presentation to the nobility of Orzammar.
- Lady Dace: Daughter of Lord Anwer, she serves as House Dace's deshyr in the Assembly. She will send the Warden on a mission to bring her father back to Orzammar from the Deep Roads.
- Mandar Dace: Son of Lord Ronus and heir of the House, he will fight the Dwarf Noble in an honor proving on behalf of House Dace if his father's honor is challenged by the Dwarf Noble.
- Jerrik Dace: Cousin of Anwer, he appears along with his brother in The Golems of Amgarrak DLC. He is also a possible heir of House Dace.
- Brogan Dace: Brother of Jerrik.
- Warden Constable Valden Dace
- The BioWare wiki mentions that Jerrik Dace is the nephew of Lord Anwer Dace which contradicts this codex entry. Furthermore, it mentions that Mandar Dace is the son of Anwer Dace which also contradicts to the established in-game lore. It is not known which one of these versions is correct.
- Ronus Dace does not have a daughter.
Dragon Age: Origins Edit
Dragon Age: Origins - The Golems of Amgarrak Edit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Based on The Crafthall's Wall description.
- ↑ Mentioned in the first conversation with Ronus Dace.