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Mass Effect: Origins of Three Shepards pt.1 "Adam, you'll get caught!", Durant followed his brother through the alleys.
Adam didn't care if they broke the law or hurt an innocent to get what they wanted, he kept an eye out for himself and his brothers; no one else. Adam stopped at a tall abandonded building and turned to his brother; Durant's brown hair was scruffily brushed out of his face and otherwise clipped short. Durant was wearing the cleanest thing he owned; a green and blue shirt, khaki cargo shorts, lightly worn sandals, and a black Blasto: A Legend is Born hoodie. His blue eyes seemed out of place on the dirty boy. Even with living in the orphanage the two ignored most others and stayed away from the building.
Their younger brother, Sammy, was the oppisite. Both from them keeping him there and his own will. He had his black hair cleanly cut, washed thoroughly, and brushed neatly. His glasses had only been broken once since he got them, he only wore worn jeans, thick socks, and a cozy Alliance
Hawke's Infatuation"I'm not doing it and that's final Athenril, you want the guards rigged, go and ask that guard-recruit Wilhelm for help, I'm not doing it and I'm sure as the Void not getting Aveline involved in such tasks", the female elf had spent the past hour, maybe even the past two hours, trying to get Durant to accept any of the inside jobs of the guardsmen of Kirkwall.
Easily, they were the ones that required the most talent and would be the most profitable, if he accepted even just one of them, Athenril had offered to cut a few weeks to a month off of their debt if it was profitable enough. Athenril sighed, "Fine, fine. I'll go find some other talented refugge to do them"
Durant turned around to walk away but before he started he saw an all too familiar guardsman , he walked away from Bethany and up to Aveline, "Aveline, how's the guards' life workin' for ya'?"
The guard grinned and shook her head, Durant and Bethany were the closest people in Kirkwall to her, she
Before the Taint Fayola Mahariel and Elyon Andras
"Run, Elyon! Run as far as you can go, get to the dalish, son", tears fell down the woman's cheeks as she watched her little boy run from the guards.
He didn't understand, he couldn't understand why the shems were hurting is family. They had killed his brother and father and his sister was taken by them, what more could they want from them. He turned around hoping to see his mother running behind him but
instead saw her lying on the ground, blood trickled from her throat, they had killed her. He was the only one left, he wanted to turn around a die with the rest of his family, but he knew they wanted him to be strong he kept running. He was somewhere in the forests surrounding the city, when he heard the loud sounds of the guards' armor. He could he his heart beating, if they caught him he would be dead or sent into slavery.
He felt an armored hand grab his shoulder and pull him towards the sounds of the guards; he kicked and screamed, h
Before the Taint Introduction
You have heard of the many Heroes of Fereldan, Fayola Mahriel and Elyon Andras of the Dalish, Taylor and Aiden Cousland from Highever, Daylen and Ratchet Amell and Kayler Surana from the Circle of Magi, Darent Aeducan the former dwarven prince of Orzammar, and Darrian Tabris from the Denerim Alienage, were the ones to lead the siege to Denerim.
But what you don't know is how they came to be who they are or what changed them during the Fifth Blight. These are the stories of their lives from before they were recruited and during the Blight.
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