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Responsibility means that she can't fully dedicate herself to studying the old lore and playing tricks on her older sister like she'd prefer. She has to think about the future and the rather unfriendly people in it. She misses her family, sometimes, but tries not to dwell on it. What does her own future matter compared to saving her people?
When Clan Lavellan took over Wycome from the attacking mercenary band in 9:42, Meave left them behind to join an enigmatic figure that had appeared only in her dreams.
* She will shed her vallaslin with his help and has rededicated her natural crusader spirit into fighting for what she sees as the last, best hope for the elvhen.
Meet Beatrix. Or don't, if you're not a Warden, as she's not entirely sure what the point of you is in that case. She was raised in a very small village that was constantly struggling for survival. That constant fight was her entire world, and would have been forever if the Wardens hadn't come recruiting. They're the reason the dirt-poor peasants of the region are feared by the rest of the world, and the reason for all of that ham.
She's a Senior Warden that trains new recruits and undertakes special assignments. She's been a Warden for eight years, which means she may have met any number of people in the ranks in that time, even if they're elsewhere now. They might have trained together, or she might have trained them more recently, whichever works. She was the bleak, scarily focused recruit that didn't talk much if they were in training at the same time.
She's currently based in Weisshaupt in the Anderfels, and no longer ventures far beyond it. In the civil war stirred by the events of Inquisition, she has been a leading force in the hardline faction that wants to pursue Warden goals at any cost.
She ran from the Circle for several years, hiding out in the Free Marches until the light in the sky sent the world into a bit of an uproar. See? Extra class specialty right there. It's getting tougher and tougher to be connected to a spirit of Hope these days. She's had her fill of war and all things Chantry; all she really wants to do is be a healer. She is technically unaffiliated, as much as she is a technical pacifist. (She did help the Inquisition but it was more that she felt sorry for Honor than supporting their Chantry ideals.)
Now, Iona doesn't typically fight with magic or other forms of violence. She instead seeks to appear as a friend; she's uncommonly perceptive, that's both the product of abuse at the hands of her older half-brother and the reason she's been able to remain in favor with her uncle despite the wars. She has to keep every bit of information about the nobility in her head, remember distant relatives and ask after them. But more than that, she seeks to discover what people expect, what people want to see, and become that for a little while.
Does she have a real, genuine personality underneath? Impossible to say.
Beyond Nevarra, she's a member of the Bellwether network. She's the Wheel of Fortune, always seeking to adjust her surroundings and ready to dole out what she considers someone's just reward for their actions. She's ready to receive nobility looking to wheel and deal with Cumberland - it's the largest territory in Nevarra and the aging King Markus has named no heir. This is the time to take advantage of the situation before things deteriorate, or else visit her about her second (secret) occupation.
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