The Stolen Throne (Dragon Age, Book 1) by David Gaider

By David Gaider

The exciting prequel to Dragon Age: Origins, the hit role-playing online game from award-winning developer BioWare!

Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne

After his mom, the cherished insurgent Queen, is betrayed and murdered via her personal faithless lords, younger Maric turns into the chief of a insurgent military trying to unfastened his country from the regulate of a overseas tyrant.

His countrymen stay in worry; his commanders give some thought to him untested; and his simply allies are Loghain, a brash younger outlaw who kept his lifestyles, and Rowan, the attractive warrior maiden promised to him given that beginning. Surrounded by means of spies and traitors, Maric needs to have the ability not to merely continue to exist yet in achieving his final future: Ferelden’s freedom and the go back of his line to the stolen throne.

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Maric’s sense of calm was rapidly draining away. Could they actually be proposing what he was hearing? Listening to the distant screams, it was all becoming real far too quickly for his liking. ” he cried. “What are you talking about? ” Loghain stared at him like it was Maric who had gone mad, but Gareth stepped up to him and put a strong hand on his shoulder. ” Gareth’s voice was firm and steady, and Maric stared up at him with wide eyes. ” He paused, setting his jaw, and when he continued, his voice cracked with emotion.

We have to be very careful, always. ” Maric said nothing, and Gareth’s expression darkened with anger. He turned and gestured at the other people in the camp, some of whom had begun to gather around. ” Gareth stated evenly. “They are my responsibility. I aim to keep them safe. If those soldiers are coming this way—” Maric looked around nervously, increasingly aware of the growing crowd he was attracting. He swallowed hard. ” “I shouldn’t have brought him,” Loghain swore. Gareth barely heard his son, however.

I’m right here. . ” Amused, Sister Ailis arched a brow at Loghain. “Indeed. ” Not waiting for a reply, he spun on his heel and marched back out into the sunlight. The sister motioned toward a pile of clothing in the corner of the room next to the small table. “Your boots are under the table. I’m afraid I had to burn everything else. ” She turned to leave. “Sister Ailis,” Maric called out. She paused at the door, looking back, and suddenly he found himself at a loss for words. “I wouldn’t keep Gareth waiting,” was all she said.

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