Worth„Ask him!" Hawke said to the dwarf standing in front of her while polishing Bianca.Slowly Varric was raising an eyebrow. "Why don't you ask him yourself? I don't remember you being shy, Hawke…"She made a face and then pressed her lips together. "You know exactly why.""Do I?" he answered innocently.Oh, how she hated it when he did that! He knew what a moron she was when it came to social interactions, not speaking about romantic ones. Fenris and she had challenged and charged themselves for 3 years before they had finally managed to end up in one bed.Then he had left her, and she had felt something she had never felt before: A broken heart.Pathetic. The attack of Corypheus' dwarven followers had come right in time to escape the town for some weeks, but when she had come back and seen him again, her feelings had not changed. She was still hurt.Confused. Understanding. In love. Furious. Sad. Everything mixed up together and knotted into a tight ball in her chest."Alig
WaitingSarah was saying to herself that she should stay calm. There was no reason to panic: Anders and Varric were just on the other side of the stones that had been crashing down when her companions and she had been fighting Dragonlings in the Bone Pit.She did not remember everything what had happened. One moment she had been fighting, back to back with Fenris and supported by Varrics and Anders’ attacks from the distance, and the next second the ceiling over them had started to crumble and then rock fragments had been crashing down. Fenris had saved not only her, but also Fay, her Mabari, by dragging them with him, using his unnatural speed and strength to reach the other side of the small cavern in which they had been fighting.And now the three of them were locked, on a far too small space, surrounded by suspicious looking stone walls and covered with dust. And Fay was injured, her flank fractured by a sharp stone fragment.“SHIT!&
WaterfallSarah might have INTENTED to wash herself as soon as possible, but once she had started to move, her weakness and blood loss had made sure that she hadn’t gone anywhere. Instead, she had been swooning in Fenris' arms like a damsel in distress.That was now 5 days ago. 5 days in which Fenris had taken care of her wounds, hunted food, cooked for her and defended a hungry mountain lion off. She had never felt safer and more cherished.It was an odd feeling because it always had been herself take care of other people. On the other hand: Where had it let her? Her whole family was dead, no matter how hard she had tried to protect them, no matter how hard she had tried to keep them safe. Obviously she wasn’t the expert in taking care of others like she had always imagined to be…Whenever she caught herself in falling into these dark and self-pitying thoughts, she remembered what Fenris had told her: That she had friends back in Kirkwall
WagerFenris was watching Sarah - who just gambled with Varric – from the distance. When she had heard that the dwarf had accompanied him on his search to a certain point, he had seen a new glimmer of liveliness and delight in her eyes. She had been happy, even though she hadn’t said anything and only asked why Varric hadn’t accompanied him the whole way.“I thought it would be better this way”, he had answered and silently added. For you…Sarah had thoughtfully looked at him for a very long time.“You know me well, Fenris”, she had eventually said and stepped closer. “And you know in which stage I would be and that I would never want any of my friends to witness me like this. You on the other hand are no friend. You are... something entirely else.” Stopping so close in front of him that he had been able to feel her body heat, she had added: “I really want to kiss you for this.