Fandom: Dragon Age (Video Games), Dragon Age - All Media Types, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age: Inquisition
11 Dec 2017
A collection of fics featuring the same Hawke (Marian, rogue, purple) and Isabela. Parts 3-11 take place during the Kirkwall years, the same era as A Slash of Blue/A Slash of Red. Parts 12-13 are post-Kirkwall.
Bookmarked by frontdeskjess
21 Sep 2014
Written for the Dragon Age Big Band: Round Two. Art by epsifawnshawn.
The world is at war. The Circles have declared their independence, the Templars have rebelled from the Chantry and Orlais- the most powerful nation in Thedas- is teetering on the brink of civil war. The interrogation of Varric Tethras has proved interesting, but with no concrete leads on the location of Marian Hawke, Cassandra Penteghast and Leliana agree to part ways- Cassandra will seek out Marian, and Leliana will pursue Solona Amell, Hero of Ferelden.
Her journey takes her back to where it all began, back to Ferelden, and rumours of a dark sorceress in the mountains preying on travellers lead her deep into the Frostbacks. There she finds not Solona, but her younger cousin Bethany, a woman from Leliana's past. Bethany has been a Grey Warden for the better part of a decade, and the brutal work has dimmed the light in the sunny young girl she once knew.
They stand on opposite sides of a conflict engulfing the world, both determined to see their faction led to victory. But a heart is a fragile thing, and sometimes it will not listen to reason- even when the fate of all is at stake.
Bookmarked by frontdeskjess
12 Nov 2013
- Part 1 of Maveline
06 Aug 2012
Hawke is feeling a little down these days; what can a Rivaini pirate, a Dalish mage, and a Ferelden guardswoman do to cheer her up?
The confessors were created long ago by Tevinter magisters bent on harnessing the power of love to enslave others to their will. Now, centuries later, there are only a handful left.
Marian Hawke is one of them. With a single touch, she can bind a person completely to her will. The only problem? She can't turn it off. Her power means that she can never be intimate with someone without confessing them-thereby destroying who they are.
She thinks she's made peace with that. Then she meets Isabela.
She knows from the start that nothing can happen between them, but that doesn't stop her from falling in love with the rakish pirate-and Isabela is less than subtle in her own attraction. A lifetime of practice gives Marian the strength to resist Isabela's persistent advances, but given enough pressure, even the strongest walls can crack.
To make matters worse, her power brands her as dangerous as a maleficar. While Kirkwall edges closer to chaos, Marian must endure heartbreak and loss, all while keeping her power a secret from the templars who rule the city. Along the way she will learn whether she truly has a place in this world-and if there's room for anyone beside her.