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The soldiers call themselves the Inquisition. They've been helping the refugees near Redcliffe. Poking around a fair bit too, though they haven't come near here.

They have someone with a trick for closing those rifts.

If the Inquisitor is a mage: I've heard claims he/she's some sort of prophet. All that whining about mages, but this one's magic is just fine. What happened in Haven must have been crazier than we thought. Not sure if he/she's got any allies in Redcliffe or with those nuts in the hills, but if those mercenaries do their job, we won't have a problem. Still, be careful out there.

If the Inquisitor is an elf and not a mage: Claim he/she's some sort of prophet. Zealous nugshit, if you ask me. Must be one fast-talking elf to get a bunch of humans to fall for that. Not sure what he/she's after, but if those mercenaries do their job, we won't have a problem. Still, be careful out there.

If the Inquisitor is a human and not a mage: Some rich Marcher they're claiming was sent by Andraste. Zealous nugshit, if you ask me. Just a brat wanting a new title so he/she can win the noble pissing match back home. If the mercenaries do their job, we shouldn't have a problem. Still, keep an eye out.

If the Inquisitor is a Qunari: They think he/she's some sort of prophet and—no word of a lie—it's a Qunari. What happened in Haven must have been crazier than we thought if they believe a Qunari speaks for their god. Keeping track of him/her should be easy enough—not like a Qunari can blend in with the crowd. If those mercenaries do their job, we won't have a problem.

If the Inquisitor is a dwarf: They claim she/he's some sort of prophet. Bunch of zealous nugshit. It's a dwarf and I've heard he/she's Carta. Not sure what con he/she's pulling, but we don't need some upstart ruining our business. If those mercenaries do their job, we won't have a problem. Still, keep an eye out.

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