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Notice to All Inquisition Soldiers:

While the roads are safer thanks to last week's efforts, we must focus on strengthening the bonds between our operatives and soldiers. I want anyone in the field this week to practice honing your combined talents into something more than the sum of their parts. With, as Lady Josephine puts it, "such wide and diverse skills among our agents," teamwork is not only effective, it is essential.

—Commander Cullen


To All Inquisition Soldiers and Agents,

After the rigorous practice set out by our Commander last week, the Inquisition's advisors acknowledge and applaud the marked improvements in camaraderie. If you are due for a medal commending your valorous deeds, please do not hesitate to mention this to your superior officers.

Cordially,

Ambassador Montilyet

In a different hand:

Maker's sake, is this to impress that surprise delegation from Ferelden? Offer a real reward for the most commendations: a paid week off with first choice of songs at the Herald's Rest.

—Commander Cullen


After last week's mad scramble for medals, the infirmary has seen quite a few of you more often than they'd like. We've heard rumors there's soon to be a push from our enemies, and I want everyone whole and hale to meet them. Take no unnecessary risks, and bring yourselves home in one piece.

—Commander Cullen


To All Inquisition Soldiers and Agents,

Our Orlesian and Fereldan allies have encountered fierce attacks led by some of Corypheus's most skilled commanders. We must lend them aid not only to uphold these alliances, but because eliminating their leaders may turn the tide of this battle in the Inquisition's favor. It will be a deed that few will ever forget.

Cordially,

Ambassador Montilyet

In a different hand:

This is the fight we were warned about. After the last few weeks’ training, we're as ready and fit as we've ever been. Corypheus's lackeys will be sorry they laid eyes on you.

—Commander Cullen

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