Following the groups arduous experience the past night they decide to get some sleep. Aedan, deciding to sleep in an alleyway, finds it difficult to get to sleep, the Ferelden noble having never had to sleep on the streets. Eventually he drifts off to sleep and begins to dream of his parents and brother, as they insult him and demeans him for running away and letting them die, the dream ends with him falling and hearing a voice say: “I knew you were a fool, son of Cousland.”
Waking up from their hard night, the three characters that slept out on the streets: Crastis, Adaen, and Ozoren, make their way back to the Inn: The Moonlight Cat. Meanwhile the three who stayed in the inn: Bertrand, Pelekor, and Abelard, wake up from a good sleep and go get Breakfast. On the way down Abelard meets Selvala, an adventurer from his home town, they dislike each other and for some reason Selvala injects himself into the group. Pelekor is the only one to question this sudden addition of an extra character, the rest just roll with it. While the rest are eating breakfast Bertrand begins to choke on his food, after some faffing about Pelekor manages to save the young Orlesian, while at the same time everyone in the room is distracted by Aedan’s incredible eating skills. Many years later the Moonlight Cat serves a breakfast dish called Aedan’s Breakfast named for his incredible eating skills, it also comes with a side of Ozoren’s Picked up Chicken, named for the food that choked Bertrand that was picked up by the Qunari.
Following that weird display Kynedrin suddenly announces that he is off to see about the job he has arranged for the group involving the Grey Wardens. As the group has a free day Ozoren decides he wants to go find the Qunari meeting that he was invited to, and is almost 100% sure it is a trap. The whole group decides to tag along with the exception of Pelekor who has gained an immense fear of death.
The group minus Pelekor and with the addition of Selvala, journeys to the Docks to find warehouse 4. Having found the run down building the group journeys inside and finds it filled with wooden boxes, beams of ships, ropes, and other stuff. As Ozoren attempts to search the room he does it in such an impressive manner that years later the dock that warehouse 4 is connected too is renamed: Ozoren’s Dock. Eventually the group realises that if a meeting is to be held in here it would be held in the old manager’s office. Journeying up the stairs the group knocks on the door and, hearing nothing through the door open it. Inside the room reveals three armed Qunari, a human and an elf who run at the group.
While the four on the balcony are engaged with the balcony; Bertrand and Abelard watch from bellow and attack with arrows and Arcane Bolts respectively. Crastis, having been hit with a spear manages to slip through the battle raging around her and reach the steps closely followed by her Qunari attacker. Meanwhile Fenrir is dealt a vicious blow by a Qunari attacker which causes Aedan to go into a blood rage and take the seven foot ox-man by himself, dealing such a strong blow that the Qunari gets knocked off the balcony to fall to his death. Selvala who is damaged by a vicious human, runs away and hides in the manager’s office, barricading the door with his a table and watches helplessly at the door inches open, searching the room he finds money and a note written in Qunlit. Crastis turns back and is faced with an aggressive Qunari, mustering up all her strength she whacks him with her staff which does some serious damage. Meanwhile, having shot the one lone Qunari not fighting anyone twice, Bertrand watches as the angry ox-man jumps off the balcony and charges at him, Bertrand draws out his sword and reacts with his own charge. Watching the fight in front of him, Abelard kneels down and heals Fenrir who had come to him seeking healing. At the same time Ozoren quickly dispatches the elf he was facing before turning with Aedan to help dispatch the Qunari menacing Crastis. With three of their fellows, the remaining Qunari and human surrender.
The fighting done with Orzoren intimidates the human and Qunari and quickly murders the Qunari when he won’t answer his questions. Revealing that Neranni sent them to bring Ozoren back and that she will be in the city soon. Ozoren, in order to prevent the information getting back to his old mentor, murders the human and sets fire to the building which burns quickly thanks to rotting timbers.
Returning to the Moonlight Cat the group decides to rest the rest of the day. Selvala passes Orzoren the note, which a series of times and places that seem to show someone spying on him, at the bottom is “Grand Cathedral 0812 Neranni”, implying that Neranni is already in the city and was seen at the Grand Cathedral earlier this morning.
Crastis, having received a package from a courier, takes it upstairs to her room to open it. Managing to deftly open it with little damage, revealing a book, a letter, and a bunch of sweets, reading the letter Crastis realises that the package from Edwin is to the Archon, the leader of the Tevinter Imperium. Putting everything back in its place and sealing up the package, the elf mage is startled by a knock on her door. Quickly hiding the package she opens the door to Aedan who hopes to ask her about his dream. Unfortunetly the Mage doesn’t know much about the fade and can’t help him.
Deciding to take a break from fighting, Ozoren has a nap. Falling asleep Orzoren experiences a similar dream to Aedan, the Qunari dreams of Hani and Mehra who insult him, before Neranni appears and tells him that she found him. Ozoren goes to see Abelard, waking the mage up he asks about his dreams. Abelard, a more experienced mage than Crastis, believes that a demon is manipulating the Qunari’s dreams, he decides to take Ozoren and go see his old friend Rein who wants him to heal his wife.
At the same time Crastis decides to go out to the docks early and find who the package is supposed to be delivered too. Walking along the streets she soon notices she is being tailed, finding Selvala and Aedan following her, she requests that they stop and go back to the inn as she will be fine. Feeling that there is no point in following someone who doesn’t want to be (also it’s rather creepy), they decide to go to back to the inn, while Crastis continues on her way.
Meanwhile Abelard and Ozoren go and find Rein. Locating Rein’s house in the Pauvre District they knock on and are unshed inside by the Rivaini Mage. Rein thanks the two men for coming, and agrees to a bargain, if Abelard will find out what is wrong with his wife then Rein will make a potion to help Ozoren. Abelard tries a variety of methods to find out what is wrong before trying a basic magic check, discovering that the woman is going through lyrium withdrawal. Informing Rein who is bewildered that his wife would be a lyrium addict, his wife only spends her time working at the launderette. Deciding to travel to her work, the three of them manage to bluff past the guard pretending to have clothes to wash. The group is pointed towards Maude, a friend of Rein’s wife. As they question her Abelard beings to believe that she is a lyrium addict, which she denies, as the conversation becomes heated the group is interrupted by the manager of the laundrette. As her tries to get the group to leave and even threatens to call the guards, however thanks to Ozoren’s good threatening abilities he manages to get out of the manager that he was the one who made Rein’s wife addicted and has been making other women in his launderette addicted to lyrium without their knowledge so he can have sex with them, when asked where he got the lyrium from he points them towards the Bell Marché, the market place within the Pauvre District, and to a mouse-looking man named Fabian. Abelard then takes the initiative to frog march the man to the middle of the launderette, where he is ordered to gather all his workers and tell them what he did. They leave the man to his fate, surrounded by a group of pissed of women.