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Adrienne Rutherford (née Trevelyan) is the main protagonist of Dragon Age: Inquisition and the ruler of the modern Inquisition.
Adrienne is an attractive young woman and she knows it. She has a slender but curvy build, but is also very muscular, even if she doesn't show it. She prefers to keep her hair down in sultry waves.
Here's what Your OC is like, dude.
Talents and Skills
Agility // Agility, balance and bodily coordination are enhanced to levels beyond the natural limits of the finest human athlete.
Reflexes // Her reflexes also surpass those of top athletes.
Stamina // Muscles generate considerably less fatigue toxins than the muscles of ordinary human beings. She can exert herself for hours without fatigue or need to rest.
Strength // Has great, though not unnatural, physical strength. Lifts roughly 400-800 lbs.
Chemical Resistance // Highly resistant to most drugs and toxins, extremely difficult to become intoxicated... But that doesn't mean she won't try.
Assassination // Master of assassination techniques, espionage methods, covert operations, infiltration methods, escape artistry, marksmanship, and is highly skilled with many weapons.
Here's what happened before the events of the game, son.
Here's what happened during the events of Your OC's game, boyo.
"If ever there was something true and good in my life, it was you."
—Blackwall to Adrienne
"'The Inquisitor was hilarious'. That's what they'll say one day, you watch."
—Cassandra to Adrienne
In the beginning, Adrienne felt a bit prickly toward Cassandra due to the warrior's fix-all-right-this-moment attitude and apparent lack of humor. She also favored Varric's point of view in many of their squabbles which drove a bigger wedge between the women. Though they may disagree with each other on a lot of things, they have since come to terms with each other and now share a friendly rivalry.
What else happened, or what else can you tell us about Your OC, bruh? Think of things like likes, dislikes, fears, strengths and weaknesses, etc. This is as close as you'll get to being able to word-vomit about your OC while keeping the article organized and will probably be the longest section.