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Something needs to change for the better regarding mages, but I would side with templar if I noticed any sign of blood mages or demons in the magi ranks (During the war). Swampman03 . Jun 27,  · The Mage-Templar War was a long time coming. When our Herald’s of Andraste stumble upon their fate, it’s during the Conclave which was called together because of the war. Mages and templars were fighting each other, causing many casualties and great destruction of the lands of Thedas. If his knowledge of the date was correct, it was written by “Anders” on the 30th day of Firstfall in Dragon, half-way through what would come to be known as the Mage-Templar War. It is a response to a rather self-deprecating letter from Fenris, of which only pieces have been found.

 

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If his knowledge of the date was correct, it was written by “Anders” on the 30th day of Firstfall in Dragon, half-way through what would come to be known as the Mage-Templar War. It is a response to a rather self-deprecating letter from Fenris, of which only pieces have been found. Jun 27,  · The Mage-Templar War was a long time coming. When our Herald’s of Andraste stumble upon their fate, it’s during the Conclave which was called together because of the war. Mages and templars were fighting each other, causing many casualties and great destruction of the lands of Thedas. Basically, tl;dr, the reactions of mages across Thedas to the Mage-Templar war is much less based off of their Circle, though it may be somewhat based off of that, but is much more a result of where they were positioned in Circle politics when the vote to secede succeeded. level 1 Force Mage (DA2).
 
 
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