Sometimes I think about Sebastian Vael.
About how he added the name of Aveline’s late husband, Wesley, to the memorial wall in the Chantry and asked the Grand Cleric to read his name during the Chant of Rememberance.
About how he takes Merrill seriously, discusses their different beliefs without belittling, without dismissing her and — after Marethari — helps her deal with the guilt she carries. When Merrill feels self-conscious about not fitting in with the Orlesian nobility during Legacy, he reassures her that she will be fine.
About how he compliments Isabela, about how he calls her brave.
About how he continuously assures Fenris of his own self-worth and tries to help him deal with the cruel, terrible things done to him. He offers him, an elf, a place at his side in Starkhaven, one of the largest and most influential city states in the Free Marches.
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