6 Works in Cullen Rutherford in Love
11 Nov 2020
"Trevelyan looks him right in the eye and raises her eyebrows, setting her chin high like the noblewoman she is. Then, with much aplomb, she loudly crosses the room and ascends the ladder towards his sleeping quarters in a bold movement. She does not seem to care in the slightest that this particular scene will be all over the barracks come morning, and it makes Cullen’s stomach clench with embarrassment and something else he cannot name. "
Fandoms: Dragon Age (Video Games), Dragon Age - All Media Types, Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Royal Romance (Visual Novel)
01 Jan 2020
Once upon a time...
That's how these things start out, right? A beautiful princess living in a land of hopes and dreams, rainbows and unicorns, everlasting love and all that sparkle nonsense.
Except, I'm ordinary. I'm just a girl, trying to keep a smile on my face when real life isn't pretty or easy. Reality is the obnoxious villain that slaps you on the rear over and over, pestering you to buckle up tight and wear clean underwear.
Because you never know when a simply average day will end up being something magical after all...
The Circle Mages and the Templars:
Two orders, both alike in dignity,
In troubled Thedas, where we lay our scene,
From ancient fears break to new mutiny,
Where evil blood makes pious hands unclean.
From forth the fatal ranks of these two foes
A pair of star-cross'd lovers, a love unseen;
Whose misadventured piteous overthrows
Do with their strife expose their peers true sin.
The fearful passage of time and death,
Marks and crushes, soul and heart
And upon inhaling their final breath
Each believe to be from a whole, a part.
A collection of poems written by a Templar for a Mage. The poems were found across Thedas in various places at different times, and reveal a love as powerful as it was forbidden. The memories span through years and years, for some people cannot love less than forever.
Yes. The Templar is Cullen. :) And our story starts at Kinloch Hold...
Summary entry is a rewrite of Shakespeare's ''Romeo and Juliet'' introductory sonnet.
It will be featured again in the Warden's first and potentially only poem (she's not very good at it :) ).
- Part 1 of Fools for Love and Glory
He wasn’t a fragile porcelain doll, but there were times when he forgot it...
Cullen is getting drunk with the Chargers and feels the need to let everyone know just how amazing the Inquisitor is with her tongue. Read the notes for more info!
After her request to dance is declined by her elven lover, Deirdre Lavellan finds herself compelled to dance with an entirely different sort of man, and she fails to understand the consequences of this unexpected embrace.