Codex entry: "Blackwall" and the Last Few Years

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"Blackwall" and the Last Few Years
Number 1
Section Characters
Location Located next to Blackwall at the Winter Palace
Appearances Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser
Codex entry: "Blackwall" and the Last Few Years is a codex entry in the Trespasser DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition.

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I hope this letter finds you well. I apologize for my prolonged absence. I have traced the whereabouts of one more of my former company, and I am writing to you from Kirkwall, where he now resides.

I knew him as Private Nicolaus Lory. He goes by Klaus now. Unlike so many of the men I betrayed, Klaus found a way to put his life together without turning to crime. It doesn't in any way lessen the horror of what I did, but it was comforting to see at least one life not completely ruined by my actions.

Klaus is married to a lovely lady. They run a small bakery. It didn't take him long for recognition to dawn, and then I had two mince pies lobbed at my head. Pies that were fresh from the oven, mind you. It was a good thing I ducked.

I made my apologies. Even after months of searching and making was still hard. To his credit, Klaus allowed me to talk, and we ended the visit with ales at the Hanged Man.

I should return within the month. Thank you for allowing me this time, Inquisitor.

Thom Rainier

If the Inquisitor sent Rainier to the Grey Wardens:

An excerpt of a report bearing the seal of the Grey Wardens found among Inquisition files:

Thom Rainier

- Participated in Grand Tourney
- Former captain of Orlesian army
- Known for murder, treason
- Also known for impersonating a Grey Warden (Warden-Constable Blackwall, Val Chevin)
-Member of Inquisition, played role in the defeat of Corypheus

Status: Recruited
Joining: Survived
Assignment: Free Marches, Vimmark Mountains, reporting to Warden Stoudenmire in ongoing investigation of Vimmark Prison

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