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Baron Bodissey

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No Longer Exists in Thedas 


arms:  Gules, a sixteen pointed mullet Or


     He’s known as a writer, age about fifty.


he would probably wear a wig if he was ever seen at court


     He was in the Orlesian army in his youth, and was present at the Battle of the River Dane (in which the Fereldans won their independence from Orlais); he is one of the few persons to survive being attacked by a dragon (“To my great fortune, the dragon did not realize this facet of my future fame”).

     After the war he traveled widely (and met Dillen Makurrin’s parents); upon his return to Orlais he was briefly fashionable, until society realized he was no longer pretending to play the same “Game” as other aristocrats. A few of his books are still read with relish by young demi-intellectuals and aristo-posers, if they want to be seen as witty and rebellious; but the man himself is never seen in society nowadays. He lives in or near Val Royeaux.


Think Aristotle, Voltaire, Mark Twain, or Oscar Wilde.

Comments (6)

Kirk said

at 4:43 pm on Oct 5, 2020

Is that a picture of Tracey Walter? Looks familiar.

Michael said

at 6:07 pm on Oct 5, 2020

It's a bust of Voltaire!

Kirk said

at 9:11 pm on Oct 5, 2020

Is it alright if I'm disappointed?

Michael said

at 9:17 pm on Oct 5, 2020

The Baron will add your disappointment to that of many nobles, philosophers, literary critics and creditors he has known!

Michael said

at 10:58 am on Oct 5, 2020

"My family has complained about the similarity for centuries, but the Chantry refuses to change its ways. Our charge is a mullet, instead of the estoile displayed by the Chantry ... the difference should be clear to even the meanest of comprehensions."

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