Hey, I was just playing Dragon Age: Awakening, and Nathaniel Howe mentioned he had been in Kirkwall. Should that be in here?
It's already in his page, and it doesnt have an effect on the city itself.
Radun error? Edit
1== Governance ==
I question the authenticity regarding to this exact quote coming from the page:"If Hawke chose to side with the Templars, he/she is elected as the new Viscount. It is unknown who is chosen if Hawke sides with the Circle and has to escape the city."
At the end of the game by siding with the Templars, after the ceremony, Hawke did get saluted by Cullen and the rest of the Templars does not indicates Hawke's new title of being the new Viscount of Kirkwall. When the war ended (For Kirkwood that is) it went right back to the interrogation between Cassandra Pentaghast and Varric Tethras. In his testimony after the The Mage-Templar War Hawk had simply disappeared, and was no longer can be found, even his closest friend, Varric doesn't know Hawkes location. Cassandra still calls Hawke the Champion, not Viscount. Can I see a lore reference indicating that Hawke becomes the new Viscount for Kirkwall if sided with the Templars? If not then this is nothing more than an opinion, and should be removed from the article. --LordRaijin (talk) 15:09, June 7, 2013 (UTC)
- The conversation between Varric and Cassandra takes place three years after Dragon Age II ends. As for why the Champion becomes the Viscount if he or she sides with the templars is because of this achievement. 15:34, June 7, 2013 (UTC)
I would just like to note that I have removed the trivia regarding the similarities of Kirkwall and Cologne as it's conjecture. While I don't dispute there are parallels, they are ones that are shared with a number of other medieval commercial centres. Alexsau1991 (talk page) 22:18, November 10, 2013 (UTC)