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  1. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    It was ridiculous, possibly even dangerous, to allow herself to feel safe in Sati’s presence, when in all likelihood it was her own presence that was putting the Inquisitor in danger. But walking with her hand tucked into the crook of the other woman’s arm, Josephine did feel safe, logic arguing...
  2. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    Sati lowered the messenger until his feet touched the floor, then released her grip, but her features remained set in planes of stone. He seemed unaffected, straightening his clothes as though they had been mussed by the wind. “I don’t understand.” The Vashoth stepped back a bit, crossing her...
  3. Josephine Montilyet

    The Dawn Will Come [Complete]

    Mention of the future that she and Dorian had been transported to darkened Sati’s countenance, but Josephine had little doubt that the similarities had been haunting the other woman. When they had returned - a journey that had taken them days, but only spanned a second or two for the onlookers...
  4. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    Sati had held her peace throughout the exchange, her expression giving no clue to her thoughts, but Josephine had been embarrassed that her practical and honorable friend should be exposed to the seamy underbelly of Orlesian and Antivan high society, where retaining an assassin was done with as...
  5. Josephine Montilyet

    The Dawn Will Come [Complete]

    That the Inquisition would challenge this Corypheus went without saying, as terrifying as the notion was to Josephine. She had known - in theory - that whoever had been responsible for the Breach must command powerful magics, but the reality of it had been beyond her worst imaginings. Even...
  6. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    Everything about involving Sati in this situation felt wrong. Even if it was not a trap intended to lure her from Skyhold, to have the Inquisitor intervene on a purely personal matter simply to give bragging rights to a minor noble went against every rule of etiquette and protocol that Josephine...
  7. Josephine Montilyet

    The Dawn Will Come [Complete]

    Being optimistic was a long-cultivated habit for Josephine. From brokering diplomatic agreements to struggling to reverse her family’s dwindling fortune, she put on a brave face in public, only allowing her doubts to emerge once she was alone. In the Inquisition, only Leliana had generally been...
  8. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    Josephine abhorred violence, had always believed fervently that diplomacy and communication could in most cases render it unnecessary. Finding herself in an organization whose chief function was martial had been both disconcerting and disheartening, but of course, demons could not be negotiated...
  9. Josephine Montilyet

    The Dawn Will Come [Complete]

    Josephine had been aware of Solas staying close, but she remained unsure of how to deal with someone who spoke of interacting with spirits as casually as she spoke of speaking with diplomats. Add to that the odd young man - Cole - who had appeared in advance of the attack on Haven, and the...
  10. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    Josephine was regretting making her request as soon as the words left her lips, not because she feared that the Inquiitor would not help her, but because she knew that she would. From the beginning, Sati Adaar had shown herself willing to assist any in need, regardless of how trivial the task...
  11. Josephine Montilyet

    The Dawn Will Come [Complete]

    “The night is long And the path is dark Look to the sky For one day soon The dawn will come.” The last strains of the refrain died away, but the echoes of scores of voices united in song thrummed in the still mountain air for several seconds longer, tapering out into a silence that felt almost...
  12. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    Josephine’s resolve to claim some other purpose for her summons lasted only as long as it took for Sati to arrive. In the days since the return from Halamshiral, they had seen each other, but always in the course of their duties, and in the company of others. This was the first time they would...
  13. Josephine Montilyet

    Of Somewhat Fallen Fortune [Closed]

    ((9:41 Dragon, summer, after this thread Sati Adaar )) Josephine paced upon the rug before the fireplace in her office. Summer was warming much of the rest of southern Thedas, but in the towering mountains where Skyhold nested like a miraculous jewel, snows still blanketed the earth outside...
  14. Josephine Montilyet

    Dancing In The Moonlight [Closed]

    Sati Adaar was her friend, but Josephine had always been at pains to address her by her formal title in public, emphasizing the respect that the members of the Inquisition held for the organization’s leader. Nowhere was this more vital than in status-conscious Orlais, and Josephine had...
  15. Josephine Montilyet

    Dancing In The Moonlight [Closed]

    Josephine had long been accustomed to the peculiarities of Orlesian politics, even enjoyed the challenges of outmaneuvering other players in the Grand Game without resorting to the less honorable methods that they frequently employed. Sati, from the beginning, while appreciating the ability of...
  16. Josephine Montilyet

    Dancing In The Moonlight [Closed]

    Over the weeks that had followed the explosion at the Conclave, Sati Adaar had grown from a mysterious and threatening stranger to an ally, then a colleague, then a trusted friend. Josephine no longer found herself at a loss for words when speaking to the former mercenary, but there still...
  17. Josephine Montilyet

    Dancing In The Moonlight [Closed]

    Having been the Antivan ambassador to Orlais, Josephine had thought herself well acquainted with the labyrinthine intricacies of the Grand Game, but the events of the last few hours had left her head spinning. Intrigues inside of intrigues, betrayal upon betrayal, to the point that Josephine was...
  18. Josephine Montilyet

    An Offering Of Hope [Complete]

    From the beginning, Sati had seemed to take the prejudice and hostility that she was greeted with in stride to a surprising degree, but it was becoming apparent that she had dealt with such shameful reactions for much of her life. Even the healer who had treated what must have been a grievous...
  19. Josephine Montilyet

    An Offering Of Hope [Complete]

    Sati’s spirits had been lifted considerably by the news that at least some of her comrades-in-arms had survived the explosion. More effort would be needed to convince the remaining nobles to release the ones that remained prisoner, but the Herald’s efforts, and the resulting elevation in the...
  20. Josephine Montilyet

    An Offering Of Hope [Complete]

    Lace Harding had faced demons and bandits, rogue templars and rebel mages, and was in general as unflappable a soul as Josephine had encountered, so the awe with which she had spoken of the leader of the Valo-Kas was noteworthy. “She’s like … a force of nature! She’s even bigger than the...
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