This hall is the gateway for anyone who wishes to enter or leave the city of Orzammar. Subsequently, it serves a dual purpose; foreign ambassadors will get a glimpse of not only of the dwarven living Ancestors but also to the Stone which the dwarves venerate. At the same time, all their brethren who are moving to the surface will have to leave under the heavy gaze of the Paragons at their backs.
Events taking place before 9:41 Dragon, the Dwarf Noble Warden is alive:
If Bhelen Aeducan is the king: Bhelen builds a grandiose statue in the Hall of Heroes sparing no expense to honor his sibling, the Dwarf Noble, who is the second Paragon coming from his House.
If Pyral Harrowmont is the king: Harrowmont builds a statue for the new Paragon Aeducan, in the Hall of Heroes which is smaller than expected prompting deshyrs to accuse the King of cutting costs.
If Bhelen Aeducan is the king: Bhelen erects the statue of Paragon Brosca in front of the Royal Palace instead of the more traditional Hall of Heroes as a statement of how much he wishes Orzammar to venerate the noble House of his wife.
If Pyral Harrowmont is the king: Harrowmont proudly builds a statue for Paragon Brosca in the Hall of Heroes.
- Dwarven Scholar
- Old Woman
- Young Girl
- Dwarven Beggar
- Orzammar Guards
Codex entries Edit
Special objects Edit
Clicking any of the paragon statues will add Codex entry: The Paragons for 50 XP.
- Statue of Paragon Branka
- Statue of Paragon Hrildan
- Statue of Paragon Lantena
- Statue of Paragon Garal
- Statue of Paragon Bemot
- Statue of Paragon Ortan
- An old dwarven female smith with her daughter will be standing next to the statue of Paragon Branka and will have a small dialogue which reveals an aspect of the dwarven society.