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Sebastian's dialogue contains a list of conversations he shares with his companions and comments made regarding events.

Dragon Age II Edit

Sebastian's remarks Edit

  • Outside the Hawke Estate (Amell Estate): My mother always said the Amells were the best family in Kirkwall.

Combat comments Edit

Before a fight:

  • My faith is my armour, my cause is my shield!
  • I will fight, and pray for forgiveness later.
  • Ready your weapons!
  • We stand together!
  • We must stand together!
  • For Starkhaven! For Hawke!
  • My bow is ready, Hawke.
  • Fly, straight and true!
  • To arms, friends!
  • In the shadows! More of them!
  • Maker preserve their stupid, stupid souls.
  • They've brought friends!

During a fight:

  • That one looks nasty!
  • To me, friends! This one must die!
  • Hawke! Your help with this one!
  • My arrows cannot reach that far!
  • They're out of range, friend!
  • Focus here, my friends!
  • To me, friends!
  • Andraste, forgive me!
  • Is that supposed to impress me?
  • Is that the best you can do?!
  • I have another in my sight!
  • I fear only running out of arrows!
  • Maker, give us strength!
  • This is much more exciting than the Chantry!
  • Our cause is righteous!
  • My bow will make short work of them!
  • Take me if you dare!
  • The heir of Starkhaven will not fall!
  • Maker bless your children in their hour of need!
  • Enemies in hiding! Careful!

Kills an enemy:

  • I will pray for you.
  • Dear Andraste, forgive us. They are beyond our help.
  • Weaklings.
  • Another arrow loosed!
  • Arrows courtesy of Sebastian Vael!
  • Did you see that shot?!
  • I hope I won't have to return the favour, friend!
  • I could do this all day!

After a fight:

  • I need rest... and a poultice.
  • Maker, please forgive your children.
  • Travelling with you is never dull, Hawke.
  • Is this something I'll have to get used to when travelling with you?
  • You've assembled quite the team, Hawke.
  • We do good work.
  • Thank you, Maker, for looking after your servants.
  • No more? I still have arrows.
  • And I just cleaned my armour.

No effect:

  • They're shrugging off my arrows!
  • Blast it! Let's try something else!

Recovering from KO:

  • I fear I'm slowing you down.
  • I really thought I had them.
  • Has anyone seen my bow?
  • I have dirt in my mouth.
  • This still smarts.
  • Blessed be the Maker! Today was not my day to die!
  • I really must stop doing this.

About to KO:

  • Why do they always go for the archers?
  • Blast! My wound is seeping!
  • I'm hurt!
  • Assistance would be appreciated!
  • I could use assistance!
  • I'm almost out of tricks!

Low on stamina:

  • My arm is tiring, I can't keep this up!

Someone else KO'd:

  • (If Hawke falls) Hawke! You can't die here!
  • (If Hawke falls) They got Hawke!
  • (If Aveline falls) Aveline! Someone help her!
  • (If Fenris falls) To Fenris! Don't let him die!
  • (If Isabela falls) Isabela! We'll rescue you!
  • Someone's fallen, we must protect them!
  • Man down!
  • Our friends cannot keep this up!

Taking a potion:

  • Does anyone else think these taste funny?
  • Here's to my health!
  • That'll put hair on your chest!

Stuck:

  • Hawke! I can't move!
  • Damnation! My feet!
  • I appear to be stuck!
  • Here! They got me!

Trap:

  • I do hate traps.
  • Why would I do that?
  • I don't want to do that.
  • Surely someone else could be taking care of this.
  • Perhaps someone else could help.
  • Need help?
  • All taken care of.
  • And with that, I'm done.
  • Just the work of a moment.

Sebastian and Anders Edit

Act 2

  • Anders: Is that supposed to be Andraste's face on your crotch?
  • Sebastian: What?
  • Anders: That... belt buckle thing. Is that Andraste?
  • Sebastian: My father had this armor commissioned when I took my vows as a brother.
  • Anders: I'm just not sure I'd want the Maker seeing me shove His bride's head between my legs every morning.
───────
  • Anders: So, you were invested as a brother in the chantry, right?
  • Sebastian: I had just taken my vows when I learned my family was killed.
  • Anders: But you... gave sermons and took confessions and such, right?
  • Sebastian: Do you have something you wish to confess?
  • Anders: I just want to know, what do you say when people have questions?
  • Anders: What's your answer when someone asks, "so if Andraste preached freedom and ended slavery, why do you lock up mages and keep them as slaves?"
  • Sebastian: No one ever asked that.
───────
  • Sebastian: You seem very angry.
  • Anders: And here I thought the Chantry was against mind-reading.
  • Sebastian: Did something happen to you in the Circle? I understand there were problems in Ferelden...
  • Anders: Are you saying a mage can only be unhappy in the Circle if demons were involved?
  • Anders: No, it's not about Uldred. It's not about being beaten or raped by a templar— that does happen, but I've been fortunate.
  • Anders: It' s a larger principle: the freedom every man, woman, and child born in Thedas have as a natural right.
  • Sebastian: You were given to the Circle. I was given to the Chantry. Hawke was driven away from home by the Darkspawn.
  • Sebastian: None of us are free.
───────

(If you complete Dissent)

  • Sebastian: So your "Tranquil Solution" was hardly the holocaust you imagined.
  • Anders: You've been seeking revenge for the death of one family for as long as I've known you.
  • Anders: Are you honestly judging me for trying to save the lives of every mage in Thedas?
  • Sebastian: But they were never threatened. It was a single man's lunacy.
  • Sebastian: The Chantry would never follow through with such a thing.
  • Anders: Yet.
───────

Act 3

  • Anders: How can you keep standing up for her?
  • Sebastian: Who?
  • Anders: That doddering old biddy of a Grand Cleric.
  • Sebastian: How dare you! Elthina is everything a grand cleric should be. She's holy, wise—
  • Anders: Spineless... hesitant. She's clay in Meredith's hands.
  • Sebastian: In the face of danger, sometimes the bravest thing is to stand back and trust that the Maker will see justice done.
  • Anders: Well if doing nothing sums up your religion, then Elthina is perfect. Personally, I'd prefer a Chantry that favors action over sloth.
───────
  • Sebastian: You've made no secret of your intent to lead the mages here in revolution.
  • Anders: Well, I've tried not to shout it from the rooftops. You've just been around when I talk with my friends.
  • Sebastian: Well, as we have mutual friends—who for some reason don't want you to get hurt—let me tell you this:
  • Sebastian: If you go forward with this revolt, the Chantry will bring its full might to bear. They will kill you.
  • Anders: Andraste was killed. That doesn't mean she failed.
  • Sebastian: Do not compare yourself to Andraste.
───────
  • Anders: Go ahead. Say it.
  • Sebastian: Say what?
  • Anders: I saw you watching me.
  • Sebastian: I was looking at the clouds.
  • Anders: Don't give me that. I know you've been judging me.
  • Anders: You think I'm out of control. How can I claim to speak for mages when I'm half demon myself?
  • Sebastian: The one over there looks a bit like a bunny rabbit.

(If Merrill is in the party)

  • Merrill: I saw that too!
───────
  • Anders: How can you have so much faith? Does nothing bother you?
  • Sebastian: You're bothering me.
  • Anders: The Maker left us to our own devices generations ago.
  • Anders: He's never going to step back in, start listening to our prayers again. He's gone.
  • Anders: Doesn't that bother you?
  • Sebastian: He's a merciful lord. He could have destroyed our world when we failed Him, but instead He gave us a chance at redemption.
  • Sebastian: Should we not be joyful?

Sebastian and Aveline Edit

Act 2

  • Sebastian: I understand you are of noble birth.
  • Aveline: My father was a chevalier. He had to flee Orlais when his patron was murdered.
  • Sebastian: I'm sorry.
  • Aveline: I wouldn't have been suited for the life of an Orlesian noblewoman, anyway.
  • Sebastian: But surely you wish it had been different? To be a lady of Orlais and not a... city guardsman?
  • Aveline: Not for one moment.
  • Aveline: I'd rather kill a bandit and save a merchant's family than know the correct dance steps and which rouge is in fashion.
───────
  • Sebastian: I hope this wasn't presumptuous, but I added your husband's name to the memorial wall in the Chantry.
  • Aveline: Wesley? But... you never knew him.
  • Sebastian: He was a templar. He refused to abandon the people of Ferelden to the Blight. He died too young.
  • Sebastian: The grand cleric will read his name during the Chant of Remembrance.
  • Aveline: Thank you. That is... very kind.
  • Sebastian: He walks with the Maker. But it is no shame for those left behind to mourn.
───────
  • Aveline: So you're a prince, are you?
  • Sebastian: That is apparently true.
  • Aveline: There's doubt?
  • Sebastian: I've accepted the burden. That's all that matters. Why do you ask, Guard-Captain?
  • Aveline: The entitled types are always trouble.
  • Sebastian: In that case, I'm glad I don't count myself as one.
  • Aveline: They never do.
───────
  • Sebastian: You don't like me, Guard-Captain?
  • Aveline: I've no issue, so long as the fight over your title remains in Starkhaven. Exactly like it hasn't.
  • Sebastian: Should I apologize for trying to take back what is rightfully mine?
  • Aveline: Whatever it takes? No matter the cost?
  • Sebastian: It feels like your're blaming me for some personal experience of yours.
  • Aveline: I was at Ostagar. Good people die when leaders "do whatever it takes."
  • Sebastian: Good people know the necessity.
───────

(Once you complete Repentance)

  • Sebastian: What have I done now? You look like you wish to scold me.
  • Aveline: I just can't fathom why you're still in Kirkwall.
  • Aveline: For six years you've been claiming you'll retake your parent's lands.
  • Aveline: You're smart, you'd be a capable ruler. What are you waiting for?
  • Sebastian: I don't know if it's the right thing to do.
  • Aveline: Do we ever get to know that?
───────

(Once you complete Repentance)

  • Aveline: Has Starkhaven called for it's lost prince, Sebastian? Would you give up if the city has moved on?
  • Sebastian: Like Ferelden "moved on" after Cailan?
  • Aveline: You've been reading.

(If Alistair was made king)

  • Sebastian: It's a good tale. King Alistair is particularly inspiring. But I doubt that's how you see me.

(Otherwise)

  • Sebastian: It's a good tale. I'm inspired by the Warden Alistair. But I doubt that's how you see me.

(If on rivalry path)

  • Sebastian: I'm no tyrant, Aveline. If people die restoring my place, they will do so with full knowing. If that doesn't satisfy, so be it.
  • Aveline: After your actions here, no it doesn't.

(If on friendship path)

  • Sebastian: I don't intend to let anyone die restoring me to my place, Aveline. The risks are mine. And that will have to satisfy.
  • Aveline: It was well said, I give you that. We'll see.
───────

Act 3

  • Aveline: Are you loyal, Prince?
  • Sebastian: Guard-Captain?
  • Aveline: To Kirkwall. Are you loyal?
  • Aveline: You're set on a title in Starkhaven, but we're having a crisis here.
  • Sebastian: This isn't just Kirkwall's concern. If this chaos spreads, Starkhaven will need a strong ruler to beat back the tide.
  • Aveline: I've seen greater men than you use that excuse.
  • Sebastian: Noted and ignored, Captain.
───────
  • Sebastian: Do you have many dealings with the knight-commander?
  • Aveline: Please don't start with that. I'm not a templar. I'm the captain of the guard.
  • Aveline: We arrest burglars. The knight-commander never gives us a thought.
  • Sebastian: Grand Cleric Elthina is worried about her. She's stopped taking the Chantry's advice.
  • Aveline: Her jobs not easy. Certain... forces in the city are allied against her.

(If Anders is in the party)

  • Anders: Don't try to be subtle. I'm right here.
  • Sebastian: Clearly, our templars need strong leaders.
  • Aveline: Until something changes, that's Meredith. And we must give her any support we are able.

Sebastian and Fenris Edit

Act 2

  • Sebastian: Are you an Andrastian, Fenris?
  • Fenris: If I say no, will you attempt to convert me?
  • Sebastian: Many elves believe in the Maker. I ask only because I wonder if your experiences... soured your faith.
  • Fenris: My faith was never strong. It's difficult for a slave to have faith in someone who abandoned them.
  • Sebastian: The Maker didn't enslave you, Fenris.
  • Fenris: He didn't help me much, either.
  • Sebastian: And yet you stand here, free. Perhaps He helped you more than you think.
───────
  • Fenris: The Maker didn't free me.
  • Sebastian: I see you've been thinking about what I said.
  • Fenris: I freed myself. If the Maker did anything, He watched. Why should I thank Him for that?
  • Sebastian: Is it so hard to believe the Maker cares for you? Maybe He gave you the chance to escape.
  • Fenris: It doesn't feel like the Maker cares for me... or anyone.
  • Sebastian: We all make our own choices, to do good as well as evil. That is our doing, not the Maker's.
  • Fenris: Perhaps. It's... been a long time since I gave it any thought.
  • Sebastian: It's not too late to start.
───────
  • Sebastian: Were you ever dedicated in the faith of the chantry?
  • Fenris: I have no memory of my childhood.
  • Fenris: Danarius had no desire to teach his slaves anything that made them think they're worthy beings.
  • Sebastian: I'm sorry. I can't imagine how difficult your life has been.
  • Fenris: No, you can't.
  • Sebastian: Whether you were taught it or not, the Maker has room at His side for every soul. Even yours.
───────
  • Sebastian: You know, when I return to Starkhaven you're welcome to come with me.
  • Fenris: And do what, exactly?
  • Sebastian: You're a fine warrior. If you could train men to fight like you do, we'd be unstoppable.
  • Fenris: I'm no leader, and I doubt humans would want me training them.
  • Sebastian: Then why not train elves? I bet there's plenty who would admire all you've accomplished.
  • Fenris: I... haven't accomplished anything.
  • Sebastian: No? You are your own man, living as you see fit—you give yourself too little credit.
  • Fenris: You are being kind.
  • Sebastian: Not at all. Think about it.
───────

(Once you complete Repentance)

  • Sebastian: You know, Fenris, as a brother in the Chantry, I'm allowed to hear confessions.
  • Fenris: Why would you tell me this?
  • Sebastian: I know Danarius made you do things. I thought you might be more comfortable talking to a friend.
  • Sebastian: You should know, a murder committed under duress is a sin on the one who ordered it, not the one whose hands carried out the deed.
  • Fenris: Have I not spoken enough of my past? Does everyone in Kirkwall wish to hear every sordid detail?

(If Isabela is in the party)

  • Isabela: I know I do.
  • Sebastian: Sometimes, it's painful to speak. But it's the only way the wound can be lanced.
───────

Act 3

  • Sebastian: I saw you at the Chantry last week, Fenris, but I haven't seen you back since.
  • Fenris: I was only delivering something: you needn't concern yourself.
  • Sebastian: But you were praying. Or was that part of the delivery?
  • Fenris: I was... trying to blend in.
  • Sebastian: (Laughs) Oh, yes! You wouldn't want to ruin your reputation.
  • Fenris: Don't you have a city to re-conquer?
───────
  • Fenris: Terrible things do happen, Sebastian.
  • Sebastian: But what we see is only a piece of the puzzle. Only the Maker can see the greater picture.
  • Fenris: The guilty prosper. Innocents die.
  • Sebastian: And then they are brought to the side of the Maker. Their suffering ends. There is always a greater purpose.
  • Fenris: Danarius once killed a little boy to fuel blood magic that let him impress his fellow Senators at a party. What was the purpose there?
  • Sebastian: Perhaps it was witnessing that which will give you the strength to prevent it ever happening again.
───────
  • Sebastian: It's our duty to tell the templars.
  • Fenris: Then why haven't you done it?
  • Sebastian: I guess I was hoping they'd come to it on their own.
  • Fenris: And then you wouldn't have to betray Hawke's friends, right?
  • Sebastian: That's not reason enough to allow a maleficar to walk free.

(If Anders is in the party)

  • Anders: You think the templars don't know I'm here? They just haven't caught me yet.

(If Merrill is in the party)

  • Merrill: Are you talking about me?
  • Sebastian: Which of us should do it? Shall we draw lots?
  • Fenris: Uh-uh. You want to turn them in, you work it out with Hawke.
───────

(If Faith has been completed)

  • Fenris: So that's it? You're not returning to Starkhaven now?
  • Sebastian: There are greater things that need to be done, Fenris.
  • Fenris: And what about avenging your family? Does that not need to be done?
  • Sebastian: What has my vengeance accomplished except to spill more blood?
  • Sebastian: No, I must put my faith in the Maker. He will set my path before me.
  • Fenris: I can't decide if it is certainty you have, or blindness.
  • Sebastian: (Chuckles) At least you can't decide.

Sebastian and Isabela Edit

Act 2

  • Sebastian: Is this getting you any closer to your ship?
  • Isabela: Huh?
  • Sebastian: I just... don't understand why you're working with Hawke. You don't seem to care about anything we do.
  • Sebastian: What's keeping you here?

(If Hawke and Isabela have slept together)

  • Isabela: Mostly the sex. Hawke is an absolute tiger between the sheets. I mean all night, every night.
  • Isabela: Oh cute! You're blushing.

(If not)

  • Isabela: Mostly the Blooming Rose. I'm paid up through the end of the year. I'd hate not to use it.
  • Sebastian: The... brothel?
  • Isabela: What? Women can't go to brothels, too? You're just not using your imagination.
  • Isabela: Oh, look! Now you are. You're cute when you're blushing.
───────
  • Sebastian: I notice you talk about... vulgar things quite a bit.
  • Isabela: Do you want me to stop? Do I make you... uncomfortable?
  • Sebastian: It was just an observation, really.
  • Isabela: It's a bad habit I picked up, spending years with foul-mouthed pirates.
  • Isabela: Pirates only care about a small number of very specific things: the sea, strong drink, and booty. Both kinds.
───────
  • Sebastian: I used to be like you, you know.
  • Isabela: You used to be a woman?
  • Sebastian: No!
  • Isabela: That explains a lot.
  • Sebastian: My family put me in the Chantry because I was giving them a bad name.
  • Sebastian: It was the best thing that ever happened to me. I found peace. I found a purpose.
  • Sebastian: Before I came here, I used to be out to all hours, drinking and whoring. I didn't believe in anything except my own pleasure.
  • Isabela: Why couldn't I have met you then?
───────
  • Isabela: All right, let's just get this over with.
  • Sebastian: A duel?
  • Isabela: No, the sermon. The finger-wagging, the guilt-trips, telling me how an unexamined life isn't worth living.
  • Sebastian: I wasn't going to—
  • Isabela: You weren't? You weren't going to tell me to comfort the needy and give freely of myself?
  • Sebastian: From what I hear, you already give yourself quite freely.
  • Isabela: Ooh. You got me there.
───────

Act 3

  • Sebastian: That was very brave, coming back to face the Qunari.
  • Isabela: It was idiotic. They would have killed me.
  • Sebastian: And you returned anyway. You couldn't face the thought of so many innocents dying for something you could prevent.
  • Isabela: Tell that to the viscount.
  • Sebastian: It's frightening, isn't it, to realize you have the potential to be a better person?
───────
  • Sebastian: You've been watching me all day. It's getting a little... distracting.
  • Isabela: Merrill's right. Your armor is shiny. I can see myself in it. Look!
  • Isabela: Shit. Oh, shit. Is that a wrinkle? Is that a wrinkle between my brows?
  • Sebastian: Um. I don't see—
  • Isabela: Hold still!
───────
  • Isabela: So, I've never understood why the Chantry says if you're good, you'll be taken up to the Maker's side.
  • Sebastian: Those who die with the sins cleansed from their souls will walk beside the Maker in eternity.
  • Isabela: That doesn't sound fun!
  • Isabela: If they really want people to be good, shouldn't they offer an afterlife with... lakes of wine and a dozen naked virgins?
  • Sebastian: Anyone who wants that will be going to the Void.
  • Isabela: Sounds like that's where all the good parties will be.
───────
  • Isabela: It's been years, and not once have you tried to get me to repent or turn to the Maker.
  • Sebastian: Preaching seldom works, Isabela. To change a person's heart, one has to lead by example.
  • Isabela: Huh. That makes sense. I can respect that.
  • Sebastian: I grew weary of the strings of nameless lovers and the nights full of mindless pleasure. You will, too.
  • Isabela: (Gasps) That's the cruelest thing anyone's ever said to me!
  • Isabela: I think I'm going to cry.

Sebastian and Merrill Edit

Act 2

  • Sebastian: Have you heard the Chant of Light?
  • Merrill: That's the song they sing at the Chantry, right? It's pretty... but a little repetitive.
  • Sebastian: Then you know the story? How Andraste became the Maker's divine bride and convinced Him to offer us a second chance?
  • Merrill: Right. But I never understood why she had to die.
  • Sebastian: Her mortal husband betrayed her out of jealousy.
  • Merrill: But if He wanted her to spread her faith, couldn't she do that better alive?
  • Sebastian: The Maker gave us free will. By his betrayal, Maferath showed us that men were not yet worth saving.
  • Merrill: I don't know. It's a nice story, but I think it's got some holes.
───────
  • Merrill: Your armor is very shiny, Sebastian. Doesn't that make you an easier target?
  • Sebastian: The Light of the Maker is my armor, Merrill. I am not afraid.
  • Merrill: Maybe you could ask Him to make His Light less shiny? Then you wouldn't need as much armor.
───────
  • Merrill: If your city was stolen, why didn't you just call the guards?
  • Sebastian: I'm afraid the matter can't be handled by guards, Merrill.
  • Merrill: Aveline could help you! She's very good at making thieves give things back. I think it's because she's so tall.
  • Sebastian: This is beyond even Aveline's power, I'm sorry to say.
  • Merrill: Are you sure? Have you seen her hit people?

(If Aveline is in the party)

  • Aveline: I can hear every word you're saying.
───────
  • Sebastian: So what do you believe, Merrill?
  • Merrill: Our gods abandoned us long ago. They haven't answered our prayers since the fall of Arlathan.
  • Merrill: When we've proven that we're elves again, that we didn't lose everything, they'll come back to us.
  • Sebastian: We say the same of the Maker.
  • Sebastian: Perhaps they're only different names for the same divine force that created the world.
  • Merrill: The Maker wants you to be elves?
───────

Act 3

  • Merrill: I've always wondered: how do your Divines choose their names?
  • Sebastian: They write all the best sacred names on slips of paper and stuff them in a miter.
  • Sebastian: Then the newly elected Divine picks a name out of the hat.
  • Merrill: What if she picks a name she doesn't like? Does she have to keep it?
  • Sebastian: Of course she does. How do you think we got four Divines named Hortensia?
───────
  • Merrill: Does your bow have a name? Varric's bow has a name.
  • Sebastian: I'm afraid I can't compete with our dear dwarf's... relationship to his weapon.
  • Merrill: You could call it Philomela!
  • Sebastian: Why would I do that?
  • Merrill: Because it reminds me of a woman in the alienage. Skinny, pointed, and always throwing things at people.
───────
  • Merrill: What does your Chantry do?
  • Merrill: I mean, you keep saying how great it is. Anders and Isabela tell me to stay away from it. But what does it do?
  • Merrill: Among the Dalish, the Keepers teach the children, preserve our history, perform magic. The priestesses here just... sing.
  • Sebastian: The Chantry does many charitable works. It cares for widows and orphans—
  • Merrill: Who in the Dalish would just be part of the clan, like everyone else.
  • Merrill: I just don't get it.
───────

(After completing A New Path)

  • Sebastian: You need to seek atonement.
  • Merrill: I know I should've died there, not Marethari. Don't you think I feel guilty enough?
  • Sebastian: Guilt isn't a punishment. It's a reminder of the things you haven't set right.
  • Sebastian: The only way to shed its burden is to repent with a sincere heart and to rectify your failings.
  • Merrill: But how?
  • Merrill: The Keeper is dead, my clan lost everything because of me.
  • Merrill: There's not enough I can do in this lifetime to make up for that.
  • Sebastian: It was your pride that led you to the demon. Admitting what you can't do is a good first step.

Sebastian and Varric Edit

Act 2

  • Sebastian: It's been very exciting working with Hawke.
  • Varric: Are you for real?
  • Sebastian:
    • (If Hawke is male) It seems like he's involved every time there's a crisis in Kirkwall.
    • (If Hawke is female) It seems like she's involved every time something goes wrong in Kirkwall.
  • Sebastian: I've never had so many opportunities to help people!
  • Varric: All right. I thought I was getting tired of moody. I take it back.
  • Varric: You're making my teeth ache.

───────

  • Varric: So, Choir Boy, this usurper of yours is... twenty feet tall?
  • Sebastian: Not even close, no.
  • Varric: But he has claws for hands, right?
  • Sebastian: Fingers. Perfectly normal ones. If a little fat, perhaps.
  • Varric: He eats babies, though. And farts fire.
  • Sebastian: You're not serious, I hope.
  • Varric: You can't even pretend to be interesting, can you?

───────

  • Sebastian: You must forgive your brother.
  • Varric: While you were off playing prince, Bartrand trapped us in the Deep Roads and left us to die.
  • Sebastian: When you hold onto anger, it colors everything you do.
  • Sebastian: You escaped the Deep Roads. You built a life without your brother. Do you still want him haunting you?
  • Varric: Oh, go find some beggars to sing to, will you?

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  • Varric: Tell us about Starkhaven, Choir Boy. I'm sure we're all burning with curiosity about your far-away land.
  • Sebastian: "My far-away land?" It's inland Free Marches, not on the moon.
  • Varric: And here I was hoping...
  • Sebastian: It's a lot like here. But fewer dead people.
  • Varric: Well, you don't have Hawke.

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Act 3

  • Varric: I've heard rumors about Starkhaven, you know.
  • Varric: They say you eat the dead up there. And murder strangers in the street.
  • Sebastian: Why do I suspect that when you say you've "heard" rumors, you mean you've invented some?
  • Varric: Six of one, half-dozen of another.

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  • Varric: You know, Choir Boy, I wouldn't normally say this, but—the shiny white armor? It works for you.
  • Sebastian: That's uncharacteristically kind of you, Varric.
  • Varric: Makes you look like a lacquered pilot whale.
  • Sebastian: Ah, now that was much more in-character.

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  • Sebastian: You know, if you have time, I could give you a few archery pointers.
  • Varric: Excuse me?
  • Sebastian: Sometimes your shots veer a little left, I thought maybe your cocking ring was off.
  • Sebastian: I could take a look if you like.
  • Varric: You want to touch Bianca's cocking ring?
  • Sebastian: It was just a thought.

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  • Varric: So, I've known you for three years now. I give up. You beat me. What is it?
  • Varric: You like boys? Sheep? You slept with your sister?
  • Sebastian: What are you talking about?
  • Varric: What are you hiding? Nobody's this bloody clean.
  • Varric: After you leave the chantry you... get drunk at the Hanged Man and walk around in women's clothes?

(If Isabela is in the party)

  • Isabela: Not that I've seen. Unfortunately.
  • Sebastian: I've been honest with you and Hawke.
  • Varric: Liar.
  • Sebastian: Lying is a sin.

Legacy Edit

Sebastian and Hawke Edit

  • Sebastian: I wish my parents could see me now.
  • Sebastian: They always said I had "no sense of the dignity of my station." A disgrace to the Vael name.

<Location dependent>

  • Sebastian: Now, here I am, tracking down dwarven ruffians...
  • Sebastian: Now, here I am, traipsing around the Deep Roads like a common soldier...

(If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality)

  • Hawke: I'm sure they'd be proud of you for defending a friend.
  • Sebastian: They must be rolling in their graves...

(If Hawke has a humorous/charming personality)

  • Hawke: If you could bring your family back from the dead, that's what you'd want? For them to be disappointed in you?
  • Sebastian: (Laughs) How else would I know it's really them?

(If Hawke has an aggressive/direct personality)

  • Hawke: They're dead. Let them go.
  • Sebastian: They must be rolling in their graves...


Sebastian and Anders Edit

  • Anders: You really believe that magisters trespassing in the Maker's city made the first darkspawn?
  • Sebastian: I suppose you have another theory?
  • Anders: The darkspawn live in the Deep Roads. They respond to the call of the Old Gods. Why would we think they have anything to do with humans—or the Maker—at all?
  • Sebastian: Before Tevinter, there were no darkspawn. There are written records. Do you think it's just coincidence they appeared when they did?
  • Anders: I don't think it's a coincidence that the people the Chantry blames are the same ones they're trying to oppress.
  • Sebastian: I think you're getting it backwards.
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  • Sebastian: Do you ever regret leaving the Grey Wardens?
  • Anders: Not for a moment.
  • Sebastian: But... I come here and see what's festering right beneath our feet, while we do nothing to fight it. You had a chance to face it, elbow-deep in the blood and the taint and—
  • Anders: You make it sound like so much fun.

Sebastian and Aveline Edit

  • Aveline: Are there many darkspawn around Starkhaven?
  • Sebastian: No, thankfully.
  • Aveline: Then little Grey Warden influence as well.
  • Sebastian: You have an issue with the heroes who stopped the Archdemon?
  • Aveline: They simply take whatever they need. It's... worrying.
  • Sebastian: I'll keep that in mind as I continue to not die of Blight.
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  • Sebastian: Does it make you think of Ferelden, being here?
  • Aveline: Contrary to Free Marches propaganda, there's more to Ferelden than the Blight.
  • Sebastian: It must have been hard, leaving your home under such circumstances. Do you ever think of returning.
  • Aveline: That life is gone, and many good people with it. I carry the memory. That's enough.

(Or)

  • Aveline: I have a home here, a family. I treasure Ferelden but.. it's a great place to be from.

Sebastian and Bethany Edit

(If Bethany is in the Circle)

  • Bethany: So, Sebastian... you're a prince.
  • Sebastian: That is my lot, Lady Hawke.
  • Bethany: (Laughs) I'm a mage. I don't hear "Lady" very often.
  • Sebastian: You think there is shame in being in the Circle?
  • Bethany: Isn't there?
  • Sebastian: You were made as you are. I have yet to see evidence of the Maker's fallibility. I certainly don't see any in you.
  • Bethany: I... oh my.

(If Hawke is male)

  • Hawke: (Chuckles)

(If Hawke is female)

  • Bethany: So, Sebastian... you're a prince.
  • Sebastian: That is my lot, Lady Hawke.
  • Bethany: (Laughs) My sister gets "Lady" a lot more than I do.
  • Sebastian: You're no less deserving.
  • Bethany: You think so? The templars might not agree.
  • Sebastian: You were made as you are. I have yet to see evidence of the Maker's fallibility. I certainly don't see any in you.
  • Bethany: I... oh my.
  • Hawke: (Chuckles)

(If Isabela is in the party)

  • Isabela: Phew, no kidding.

(If Varric is in the party)

  • Varric: Choirboy is butter.
  • Isabela: He melted mine.
Note: Isabela's reply to Varric is achieved by using the console on PC, by adding Isabela as a party member.
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(If Bethany is a Grey Warden)

  • Bethany: So, Sebastian... you're a prince.
  • Sebastian: That is my lot, Lady Hawke.
  • Bethany: (Laughs) This life is not... supportive of delicate titles.
  • Sebastian: To have a second chance, and one with such purpose, it cannot be a curse.
  • Bethany: This wasn't my choice. If there's something good or beautiful in any of this, please, enlighten me.
  • Sebastian: Well, there's you.
  • Bethany: I... oh my.
  • Hawke: (Chuckles)
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(If Bethany is a Grey Warden and Hawke is a friendly romance with Sebastian)

  • Bethany: So, Sebastian... you're a prince.
  • Sebastian: And better, if the Maker and the pure love of your sister carry me to it.
  • Bethany: Right, You're "married."

(If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality)

  • Hawke: It was beautiful.
  • Bethany: I'm sure it was. I'm sorry I missed it. And everything else.

(If Hawke has a humorous/charming personality)

  • Hawke: I know! Weird, huh?
  • Bethany: Ugh. A little... Just... don't screw it up.

( If Hawke has an aggressive/direct personality)

  • Hawke: Jealous?
  • Bethany: Oh, just shut it.
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(If Bethany is a Grey Warden and Hawke is a rivalry romance with Sebastian)

  • Bethany: So, Sebastian... you're a prince.
  • Sebastian: That is my lot, Lady Hawke.
  • Bethany: (Laughs) My sister gets "Lady" a lot more than I do.
  • Sebastian: You're no less deserving.
  • Bethany: You think so? Even with... you know. Warden.

(If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality)

  • Hawke: Bethany?
  • Bethany: Yes, sister?
  • Hawke: Good to have you back with us.

(If Hawke has a humorous/charming personality)

  • Hawke: Bethany?

Bethany: Yes, sister?

  • Hawke: Nothing. Just interrupting. Mm?

(If Hawke has an aggressive/direct personality)

  • Hawke: Bethany?
  • Bethany: Yes, sister?
  • Hawke: Back off.

Sebastian and Carver Edit

(If Carver is a templar)

  • Sebastian: I'm glad that a sword of the Chantry has joined us.
  • Carver: Right. Keep it to yourself.
  • Sebastian: I'm sorry?
  • Carver: You don't understand this life. I didn't.
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(If Carver is a Grey Warden)

  • Sebastian: I'm honoured to have a Grey Warden with us.
  • Carver: It's unusual, that's for certain.
  • Sebastian: Yes, I know the restrictions of your sacrifice, I won't presume to understand it.
  • Carver: Thank you.
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(If Carver is a templar and Hawke is in a friendly romance with Sebastian)

  • Sebastian: Is something troubling you, brother?
  • Carver: I'm not your brother.
  • Sebastian: I'm not familiar with Ferelden tradition but I married your sister. I believe that makes us brothers.
  • Carver: A "chaste marriage." Some invention of yours, no doubt.

(If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality)

  • Hawke: Carver, please be happy for me.
  • Carver: For as long as this is what you want. The day after...
  • Sebastian: That day will not come. I am certain.

(If Hawke has a humorous/charming personality)

  • Hawke: Aww. Would you feel better if I slept with him? Because I totally would. Right here.

Carver: Sister, please!

  • Sebastian: Yes, love... rein it in.

(If Hawke has an aggressive/direct personality)

  • Hawke: I'm happy. Play nice with your new brother.
  • Carver: If you insist.
  • Hawke: I do.

Sebastian and Fenris Edit

  • Sebastian: Does the Tevinter chantry tell the same story of how the darkspawn came to be?
  • Fenris: Slaves are not regaled with a Tevinter version of the Chant of Light. If I were to guess, it'd go something like "And lo, the greatest of magisters ventured into the Maker's city. And to reward them for their courage, he created darkspawn as a scourge against their enemies."
  • Sebastian: You don't think they take responsibility for their actions?
  • Fenris: Responsibility is the only thing magisters don't take.
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  • Sebastian: It is said the Tevinter magisters are responsible for the darkspawn.
  • Fenris: I believe it.
  • Sebastian: The Chant claims that pride was their greatest sin. And now they have infected the world.
  • Fenris: Most magisters would consider this a challenge. Invent a sin that is greater yet.
  • Hawke:
    • (If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality) Another time, gentlemen?
    • (If Hawke has a humorous/charming personality) I know some ladies who could help them brainstorm.
    • (If Hawke has an aggressive/direct personality) Yes, yes magisters are bad. We get it.
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(Upon reaching the altar)

  • Fenris: This is meant for a sacrificial ritual. In ancient Tevinter they were used to appease the old gods. The magisters still place such offerings, though they pretend now that they're for Andraste and the Maker.
  • Sebastian: Such superstitions have no place in the Chantry.
  • Fenris: Which is why Tevinter left.

Sebastian and Isabela Edit

  • Sebastian: Why the aversion to bows?
  • Isabela: A one armed man named Molly once shot me in the shoulder with a bow. It hurt. Now can we drop this?
  • Sebastian: I don't understand. You could learn to shoot a bow, if you tried.
  • Isabela: (Sighs) You have pretty eyes.
  • Sebastian: I suppose the conversation's over, then.
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  • Sebastian: You don't look very happy down here.
  • Isabela: I'm a pirate, sweetheart. I belong on the open sea, not squished under a thousand tons of rock.
  • Sebastian: It's an adventure. Don't pirates like adventures?
  • Isabela: Only if they end with a gallon of rum and a new bed to plunder.
  • Sebastian: Well, there's treasure here. Pirates like treasure, right?
  • Isabela: (Grunts) That's just what we use to keep score.
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  • Isabela: And you've all been wondering why I don't wear pants. So much less toxic goo to clean off.
  • Sebastian: (Sighs) I should have thought of that.
  • Isabela: It's not like I change my clothing every time I go home, like Hawke does.

Sebastian and Merrill Edit

  • Sebastian: What do the Dalish teach about the creation of the darkspawn? I mean the Chant of Light says it was the hubris of magisters trying to compete with the Maker. But you don't believe in the Chant of Light...or the Maker. What do you believe?
  • Merrill: Well, we don't get into many details but we're pretty sure it's the humans' fault.
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  • Merrill: It's a good thing you're here, Sebastian.
  • Sebastian: Oh? Why do you say that?
  • Merrill: You're so shiny! Much better than a torch.
  • Sebastian: I did swear an oath to carry the Light of the Maker wherever I go. Grand Cleric Elthina will be so proud.

Sebastian and Varric Edit

  • Varric: Choir Boy, what are you doing?
  • Sebastian: Nothing! Nothing!
  • Varric: Are you trying to peek at my notes?
  • Sebastian: I’ve...heard some strange rumors about a “belt buckle of righteousness.”
  • Varric: Did you hear about the one about how it foretells the future of your pants, or how it burns its expression into the faces of the sinners?
  • Varric: The pants one is my favorite. Has more pathos.

Mark of the Assassin Edit

Sebastian's remarks Edit

  • (When clicked) "Shouldn't we be seeking allies among the nobles here, not the heathen elves?"
  • (When clicked during the wyvern hunt) "Last wyvern hunt I was on, my mother caught me sneaking off with the kennelmaster's girl. Took my bow away for a week."
  • (When clicked if you leave Tallis) "It's better to stay out of Qunari politics."

Sebastian and Hawke Edit

  • Sebastian: I wonder if there's something we can learn from the Qunari.
  • Sebastian: Have you seen how loyal they are? Even the least member has the faith of a dedicated brother.

(If Hawke is male)

  • Hawke:[further explanation needed]
    • People like being told what to think. The Chantry is too open-minded.
    • Maybe you should talk to Tallis. Find out what drew her to the Qun.
    • They just do what they're told.

(If Hawke is female)

  • Hawke: Are you leaving me to join the Qun?
  • Sebastian: Never.
  • Sebastian: I wonder what it takes to convince so many people that you have all the answers.
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(During Act 2)

  • Sebastian: I'm surprised you never took the Amell name.
  • Hawke: Why?
  • Sebastian:
    • (To a female Hawke) Once the viscount accepted you as your grandparents' heir, you could have been Lady Amell.
    • (To a male Hawke) The viscount accepted you as your grandparents' legitimate heir. If you took the name, you'd be a lord.

(If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality)

  • Hawke: I'm happy with who I am.
  • Sebastian: You're right, then. You wouldn't fit in among the nobility.

(If Hawke has a humorous/charming personality)

  • Hawke: Like I don't have enough people trying to kill me already?
  • Sebastian: (Laughs) This isn't Antiva. Not all nobles are targets for assassination.
  • Varric: How sheltered are you?

(Otherwise)

  • Hawke: Are you supposed to be proof of this theory?
  • Sebastian: Point.

(If Hawke has an aggressive/direct personality)

  • Hawke: I'd rather teach them to respect the name Hawke.

Sebastian and Anders Edit

  • Sebastian: I just want to say that I'm proud of the restraint you showed here.
  • Anders: I'm not a monster.
  • Anders: I'm not going to turn into a raging abomination every time someone commits a fashion faux-pas.
  • Sebastian: I meant not taking advantage of a captive audience to proselytize about the fate of mages.
  • Sebastian: But the other thing is good, too.
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(If Hawke does not help Tallis)

  • Anders: I don't understand Tallis.
  • Sebastian: She had an emptiness in her life. For her, the Qun filled it.
  • Anders: Don't you hate them?
  • Sebastian: The Chantry has failed the elves. If we made them more welcome, they would not have to run.
  • Sebastian: Maybe the Qunari will force us to better bring word of the Maker's compassion to our own people.
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(While trying to find Hawke and Tallis)

  • Sebastian: Andraste, Lady of Sorrows, lead us from the darkness into the Maker's Light...
  • Anders: Would you stop that? Andraste is not going to find Hawke for us!
  • Sebastian: Have some faith Anders.
  • Anders: I have complete faith in your ability to make a bad situation worse!

Sebastian and Aveline Edit

  • Sebastian: This must be refreshing for you.
  • Sebastian: I imagine it gets tiresome having to spend all your time dealing with thieves and drunkards.
  • Aveline: Nice clothing doesn't make someone less of a thief.
  • Aveline: And some of the fops trailing the duke are just as drunk as the crowd in the Hanged Man.
  • Sebastian: They do smell better, though. You have to give them that.
  • Aveline: I'll leave the comparing of odors to someone else.
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(While looking for Hawke and Tallis)

  • Aveline: Ugh! We're back where we started!
  • Sebastian: Blessed Andraste, guide us. Protect our friends in this dark hour.
  • Aveline: While you're at it, ask the sky for reinforcements. And pie.
  • Sebastian: You know, that kind of prayer has never worked for me.
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(After Tallis' identity is revealed)

  • Aveline: You and Tallis better not start competing over who can lure the most converts.
  • Sebastian: I don't think anyone here is in much danger of converting to the Qun.
  • Aveline: But you do see it as a danger.
  • Sebastian: If they offer something the Chantry does not, we need to learn what it is. Else we sow the seeds of our own demise.
  • Aveline: And it's more threatening when a cute elf gives the pitch instead of a horned giant.
  • Sebastian: Absolutely.

Sebastian and Bethany Edit

(While looking for Hawke and Tallis. )

  • Bethany: No, the layout is wrong. We're back where we started.
  • Bethany:
    • (If Bethany is a Circle mage) It's backwards from every book on Orlais I've seen. It's just not-
    • (If Bethany is a Grey Warden) I swear, what I wouldn't give for a straightforward Deep Road... and-

(Bethany stops talking as she looks at him. He smiles and she smiles back. Then he runs off)

  • Bethany:
    • (If Hawke is romancing Sebastian) Sister, you lucky bitch.
    • (Otherwise) Oh, Maker.

Sebastian and Carver Edit

(While trying to find Hawke and Tallis)

  • Carver: And we are back to front yet again.
  • Sebastian: Blessed Andraste, guide us. Protect our friends in this dark hour.
  • Carver: Right. Prayer. Useful, useful. Or we could do something.
  • Sebastian: Guide us by the wisdom of your light... in silence.

Sebastian and Fenris Edit

  • Sebastian: You can't swing a dead cat in Starkhaven without hitting an Orlesian.
  • Fenris: Truly? Starkhaven seems like a long way for them to go.
  • Sebastian: The Minanter River flows across half of Thedas. Orlesian merchants bob in it like apples.
  • Fenris: I like apples.
  • Sebastian: Yes, well, these apples will buy your sister, eat your house, and woo your chickens.
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(While trying to find Hawke and Tallis)

  • Fenris: Maybe you should start praying that we'll find them.
  • Sebastian: I have been for the last half an hour. I could do so out loud, if you'd prefer.
  • Sebastian: Blessed Andraste, Bride of the Maker, deliver us from this warren of evil.
  • Fenris: In that case, maybe you should stop.

Sebastian and Isabela Edit

  • Sebastian: It was nice to see you in the Chantry, listening to Sister Etheline's testimony.
  • Sebastian: I was surprised, but very glad.
  • Isabela: I was surprised as well, and not quite as glad.
  • Sebastian: Oh? Sister Etheline's words always inspire me. Was it not so for you?
  • Isabela: You didn't notice I was bound, gagged, and had a contusion on my forehead?
  • Sebastian: What?
  • Isabela: Just... don't ask for the "bad girl special" at the Blooming Rose.
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  • Isabela: My husband used to have hunting parties like this.
  • Sebastian: I'd forgotten you were married.
  • Sebastian: It's hard to picture you playing the hostess, taking cloaks and kissing babies.
  • Isabela: No, there were servants for that. I just had to sit there and look pretty.
  • Isabela: If I got out of hand, he would lock me away with a bottle of wine and a dirty book.
  • Isabela: Told everyone I was indisposed.
  • Sebastian: My parents used to do the same thing! Minus the wine. And the, uh, dirty book.
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(While looking for Hawke and Tallis)

  • Isabela: Eenie, meenie, miney, moe...
  • Sebastian: I'm not sure that's the best way to find them.
  • Isabela: We already tried "pray for Andraste to guide us" and "wander like drunken vagrants."
  • Isabela: We are running out of options.
  • Isabela: Unless you want to find a chicken for an augury, we're going with counting games.

Sebastian and Merrill Edit

  • Sebastian: You know, people generally wear shoes to this sort of affair.
  • Merrill: Really? What a strange custom.
  • Merrill: Among the Dalish, it is a mortal insult to cover your toenails in the presence of a superior.
  • Sebastian: You're kidding.
  • Merrill: (Hums)
  • Sebastian: She's kidding, right?
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  • Merrill: I'm so nervous! What if I do something wrong and embarrass us? I always do something wrong.
  • Sebastian: You'll be fine, Merrill.
  • Merrill: But I don't know anything about human manners! What if I use the wrong fork? And then accidentally stab someone with it.
  • Merrill: That sounds like the sort of thing that would happen to me.
  • Sebastian: Just act annoyed that they bled on your dress. Nobody will even notice.
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(While looking for Hawke and Tallis)

  • Merrill: I... think we've been through here before.
  • Sebastian: Now that you mention it, we have seen that chipped cornice a few times, haven't we?
  • Merrill: All right, don't panic! Every other time I've gotten very lost, Hawke has found me.
  • Sebastian: Uh, Merrill? I don't think she can rescue us before we rescue her.

Sebastian and Varric Edit

  • Sebastian: Your Merchants Guild reminds me of the court at Starkhaven. Intrigue and gossip wrapped in a layer of formality.
  • Varric: If Starkhaven was a tenth as bad, I see why you took to the Chantry.
  • Sebastian: Fashion was the worst part. In the Chantry, I never have to worry whether doublets are meant to be fitted or padded this year.
  • Varric: In Starkhaven, do they bludgeon you to death for forgetting the name of a minor clerk's third daughter?
  • Sebastian: Only if you're lucky.
  • Varric: Choir Boy, suddenly your life makes much more sense to me.
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  • Sebastian: I'm surprised your parents never married you off, Varric.
  • Varric: I was still in diapers when my father died. I'm sure he was getting around to it.
  • Sebastian: And your brother never married either, right? Wasn't he concerned about continuing the Tethras line?
  • Varric: Your family's dead and you're still celibate, right?

(If Hawke is male)

  • Varric: Why don't you take care of that little quirk before you come bothering me.

(If Hawke is female)

  • Varric: Or has Hawke managed to talk you out of that?
  • Hawke: (Sighs) Not yet.
  • Varric: Pity.
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  • Sebastian: You know, we're not that different, Varric. There was a time when I spent my days drinking and gambling.
  • Varric: Was this before or after you got Andraste's face soldered to your pelvis?
  • Sebastian: During, actually. That's not the sort of thing a man does while he's sober. I'm just lucky it's a belt buckle and not a tattoo.
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(While looking for Hawke and Tallis)

  • Sebastian: When you tell people about this part of our adventure, what are you going to say?
  • Varric: That depends entirely on the audience, Choir Boy.
  • Sebastian: You change the story to suit the listener?
  • Varric:
    • (if Hawke is male) Of course. All the bullshit in the world won't convince Hawke we rescued him if he finds us first.
    • (if Hawke is female) No bullshit—however well-told—will persuade Hawke that we rescued her if she finds us first. That's common sense.


Sebastian and Tallis Edit

  • Tallis: So these are the hunting grounds.
  • Sebastian: Are there truly wyverns here? Not just servants dressed up in wyvern suits?
  • Tallis: Supposedly. Not that I've ever seen one, though.
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(After some hunters make remarks about wyverns during the hunt)

  • Sebastian: They should use dogs to flush them. Wyverns tend to, ah, defecate to drive away pursuit.
  • Tallis: Just ignore them.
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(After Tallis' identity is revealed)

  • Tallis: So just how good are you with that bow?
  • Sebastian: Eh? There's been no complaints.
  • Tallis: So if I put an apple on my head, could you shoot it off?
  • Sebastian: Considering what you've led us into, I don't think that would be wise.
  • Tallis: (Sighs) You people are so touchy.
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(After Tallis' identity is revealed)

  • Sebastian: So, what were you before?
  • Tallis: When I was a little girl, I liked to pretend I was a dragon.
  • Sebastian: I mean... were you raised in the Chantry? Among the Dalish?
  • Tallis: When I grew up, the Imperial Chantry was the only option. They don't have much use for elves. Or anyone who's not a magister.
  • Sebastian: Then they weren't representing the will of Andraste. The Maker has a place for everyone.
  • Tallis: So does the Qun.

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