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Heart and Home ch. 7Carver led the way into the Gallows courtyard, exhausted but alert. Fenris was right behind him, followed by Riese and Isabela. Merrill and Varric brought up the rear, Bianca loaded and ready. Despite being surrounded by her companions, Hawke felt vulnerable. She still couldn't cast and Fenris had what lyrium they found on the dead. If they ran into more templars or worse, the Knight Commander, she would have to move fast to be any help. She opened her mouth to mention it but the elf already seemed to know what she was thinking. He threw her a look and shook his head. Riese frowned but said nothing. Lyrium was potent, addictive . . . dangerous. He was probably right, but it still rankled to have the warrior deny her. Isabela grinned, nudging the mage. "And I always thought you kept him on a short leash," the pirate laughed. Fenris smirked befo
Heart and Home, ch6Fenris and Carver met the charge, swords in hand. Their furious attack slowed the templars long enough for the mages to beginning spinning their spells. Flame sprouted in the midst of the armored men, though they scarce noticed it. The ones that could not resist it fell, char within smoking armor. The losses barely seemed to dent their numbers. An unnatural storm coalesced above the battle, lightning flashing, thunder blending with the steady roar of fighting men. Many templars were swept from the bridge with Fenris' first strike, quickly replaced. Carver's face was twisted with distaste as he battered men that were his comrades only moments ago. Whatever his feelings, his sword struck true. One templar after another fell to him, gouts of blood flooding the pale white stone beneath them. Hawke lashed out with the Fist of the Maker, crushing several warriors closing in on her