Hawke and co. helping Aveline woo Donnic. Just... all of it, if you do it correctly.
Especially Merrill's excited "Oh, you two are so adorable! Go ahead and kiss him already!" before Donnic knows what's going on.
Merrill gets to squee all through that quest, actually.
Isabela's suggestion over that matter is to tell Donnic to "bend her over a basin".
And when this quest is referenced later on:
Aveline: I didn't ask to be the butt of your jokes!
Aveline: (long pause) All right, so maybe I have asked for it.
Bring Isabela along on this quest. The hilarity is ungodly.
Isabela: Wait... you've been without for four years? You must creak like a rusty hinge.
Aveline: Many people have their lives because of me!
Isabela: But meanwhile, poor you, with no life of your own.
Aveline: We both put others above ourselves. I just happen to do it while clothed.
Isabela: You splitting hairs, but wishing someone would split yours.
Aveline: I've had enough of your loose lips! Like many others, I'm sure!
Isabela: Ooo, touché. Prig!
(Hawke sidles between the pair)
Hawke: If I might put this back on track...?
Bringing Varric is just as hilarious.
Varric: Let me draw a picture of where she wants to touch you.
But the banter that triggers after the quest is the pinnacle.
Isabela: Psst. I've got some of it written down now.
Varric: Give it here. "Her breasts strained against the leather jerkin like two wild stallions corralled against their will." [chuckles] "She pounced – the smooth moves of a jungle cat–and locked her thighs around Donnic's waist. He–-"
Aveline: What is that?
Isabela: Shh! (giggles)
Varric: Isabela just thought she'd celebrate your love affair with a... written dedication.
Not really Noodle Implements - such a tactic has all the hallmarks of a dowry. Which makes it a hilarious Genius Bonus because she's accidentally emasculating him by treating him as women were treated in Medieval times - as property and a burden.
Hawke's face in the silent Reaction Shot when she says that just makes it a million times better. And then there's the exchange that happens if Merrill is in your party.
Merrill: Don't be silly! A dowry would only matter if you were courting him!
Merrill: (gasps) You're courting him!
Varric also gives a pretty funny response.
Varric: I think my jaw just landed in the Deep Roads somewhere.
Aveline: Not a word, Dwarf.
Varric: I wouldn't dream of mocking your... unconventional courtship.
Isabela has this jewel to say.
Isabela: Hold on a minute, you're sweet on the boy.
Aveline: So help me whore, I will break you!
Isabela: Oh, this is glorious! All of this flailing is her idea of courtship.
Anything between Aveline and Snarky!Hawke during this quest:
Aveline: I was mute and now I want to sing.
Hawke:(grimaces) Please don't.
Also, way way back in Act One, talk to Donnic after Aveline becomes Guard Captain. It's almost a heartwarming one, too:
Donnic: (To Aveline) It will be grand having you over me. Above me. In rank, that is.
Hawke and Sebastian running into one of the Harrimans during Sebastian's final personal quest. Two words: "FELICITATE ME". Made even funnier when Isabela is brought along; she not only exclaims that she needs to use that phrase more often, she also mentions that she wants it embroidered on her tunic.
Sebastian: I've known Ruxtan Harriman my whole life! He's a complete prude!
Isabela: That's my kind of prude.
Also, look at Isabela's face when the discretion shot away from Ruxton and the elf happens. If she thinks it's Head-Tiltingly Kinky, you know there's something wrong with this picture.
One companion will always go wide-eyed, while the other starts grinning. This can make for some amusing combinations, especially if Anders starts smiling at "Use the feather!"
Half of Merrill's dialogue, actually.
Her introductory "Unless...it's not rude to ask a human their name, is it?"
Her constant attempts to think up something that the qunari are not serious about, going through rainbows, flowers, butterflies, and knock-knock jokes.
One Party Banter consists of Aveline wondering why it is that Varric has a nickname for everyone except for her ("Daisy" for Merrill, "Sunshine" for Bethany, etc.). He replies that he calls Hawke and Bianca by their names, to which Aveline says "Hawke is a family name, and Bianca is a crossbow."
Fenris, of all people, gets some truly hilarious lines when he decides to snark right back at any of the companions, particularly with Isabela.
Fenris: I suppose a pair of lyrium breasts tattooed on my chest would make things better.
And one party banter with Varric:
Fenris: I thought all dwarves had beards. Where's yours?
Varric: I misplaced it, along with my sense of dwarven pride and my gold-plated noble caste pin.
Fenris: I thought maybe it fell onto your chest.
Varric: Oh-ho! The broody elf tells a joke!
Fenris: I don't brood.
Varric: Friend, if your brooding were any more impressive, women would swoon as you passed. They'd have broody babies in your honor.
Fenris: ...You're a very odd dwarf.
Varric: And you thought I was joking about the pin.
On Anders' personal quest in the second chapter, you ambush a Templar who asks who the hell you are. Varric responds "It's the Divine, come all the way from Orlais to tell you personally what a jackass you are."
Most of the interactions between Flemeth and Hawke are this if you go the Deadpan Snarker route. Of note is this gem when you bring the Amulet to the Dalish.
Flemeth: I half expected my amulet to end up in some merchant's pocket.
Hawke: No one wanted to buy it. Maybe because there was a witch inside?
As is the first conversation with Flemeth, which consists primarily of Hawke badgering her to teach him/her to turn into a dragon. Especially when the text of one of your responses is "I want to be a dragon."
Flemeth in general, actually. During her introduction, when Aveline tells you that she is the Witch of the Wilds, she responds "Some call me that. Also Flemeth, Ashe'bellenar, an old hag who talks too much."
She's funny even if Hawke isn't snarky.
Flemeth: The world is coming to a precipice...when you reach it, do not hesitate. Leap.
Hawke: And then what?
Flemeth: Do what I do, of course. Become a dragon! (bursts out laughing, before stopping suddenly) You could never be a dragon.
Comtesse Dulci de Launcet, and her butler, and Varric's imitation of her breathy falsetto and Orlesian accent.
If you have Fenris with you, he points out that the comtesse has a point: The Hanged Man is filthy.
And then, if you decide to snoop around their house, you can see the comtesse passed out on her bed.
If you come back to the house, having given their son a chance to get laid, the women from the bar is there asking for handouts because she carries their son's child. The Comtesse is reacting dramatically as always and the bar wench is confused as to what's wrong with her.
Then when the comte points out that she couldn't recognize a pregnancy the night after the deed, she responds;
And you're a midwife are you? I've been stuck by two dozen men and I've never felt like this!
The Comtesse shows up again in Mark of the Assassin. If you let Emile run for it, she's more worried about what clothes he's being seen in than anything else. If you let him spend the night with his date, she reveals that her new daughter-in-law is putting her through the most horrific tortures. Ceramic cows in the summer home!
Dealing with Emile can also be pretty funny, especially if A). Hawke is a female mage and B). you brought Varric along with you:
Varric: Can I kill him yet? He's hurting me.
Silly!Hawke's constant Take That statements at politicians. When you discover that Aveline's boss is selling out his subordinates, Hawke comments that "This man needs to be in government!"
Aveline: Not now, Hawke.
Better still, bring Varric along, and you can gain friendship from him during this conversation - there is no way that comment had nothing to do with it.
Aveline's increasingly exasperated "Not now, Hawke!" when Hawke is being silly.
When Aveline takes over as Guard-Captain, the following occurs:
Hawke: It'll be nice to have the law on my side for a change.
Aveline: You'll behave yourself. I just sent Jevan to prison for corruption, I'm not going to start down that road.
Hawke: You never let me have any fun!
Bethany: Thank goodness.
One of Silly!Hawke's pieces of dialogue: "Looks like they took him to some hideout on the Wounded Coast. I wonder if that's near the Injured Cliffs? The Limping Hills? The Massive-Head-Trauma Bay? No? Just me?"
This exchange in the Bone Pit:
Mine Worker: Just don't go that way. There's this huge dragon. (leaves)
Merrill: Oh, are we going to go that way? I've never seen a huge dragon before!
Your Quest Journal update after that conversation:
Beware of the large dragon ahead.
Merrill comparing Varric to her clan's storyteller, and observing that "Though none of his stories ever began No shit! There I was..." in an exaggeratedly gruff voice.
When you examine the railing next to Merrill after she moves in with Hawke, Hawke says "Are those handprints? Has someone been swinging from the chandelier?... Merrill!"
This happens before Merrill moves in. Hawke just thinks it's Sandal.
In the Anders romance, and possibly others, the comment is attributed to Sandal even after your LI moves in. Presumably, they couldn't imagine Anders swinging from a chandelier. Any more.
I now have the most amusing image of Awakening!Anders swinging from a chandelier back at the keep in Dragon Age Awakening.
Examining the window after Merrill moves in reveals that she's started naming all the falcon statues adorning the house. The one outside the north face is named Finnegan, whereas the one on the window in question is Messere Pointy-Face.
Isabela's comment during the quest "Enemies Among Us":
Isabela: Mmm. Apostate prostitutes? Apostitutes!
Her little laugh really sells it.
If you ask the bartender in Hanged Man about news, he may mention that the pigeon population in Ferelden has been declining sharply and wonder what kind of sick creature would kill harmless birds. The longer it takes you realize that this is an instance of the Running Gag about Shale's hatred of birds in general, the funnier it gets.
Pretty much all of Xenon's dialogue is hilarious, considering he's a batshit insane corpse.
Xenon: Please...don't fondle Andraste.
Xenon: Those rare enchanted items are the prize of my collection... ALSO SOCKS! You can never have enough... socks...
Xenon: Do not...maaannnnhandle the urchin, he's not for sale. FIND YOUR OWN!
Carver attempts to flirt with Merrill, who doesn't get it. She then asks if she missed something dirty, because she hopes she did.
Not to mention he replies to that, saying "Would you now?" in the most flirtatious way possible and the banter ends. This troper likes to pretend that she still didn't get it.
One loading screen contained the following advice: "Don't play cards with the Qunari, it's impossible to tell if they're bluffing. Don't play cards with elves, they never pay their debts. And don't play cards with dwarves, they'll kill you if they lose."
Sebastian's flustered response the first time F!Hawke flirts with him is priceless.
Sebastian: What? Why are you smiling at me like that... oh. Ohhhh my. I think I need to pray. A lot.
If a male Hawke is romancing Fenris, it's possible to get this reaction from Gamlen:
Gamlen: So, you are into elves, huh? Do I even need to ask which one of you is the 'girl'?
Even more hilarious if your mental idea of male!Hawke/Fenris doesn't, ahem, match Gamlen's...
When you visit Fenris early in the second act, Isabela is talking to him about how the seneschal's tax collectors wouldn't be bothering him again, and how there's a "funny story" about it, but Fenris declines the explanation. Later on, when you visit Anders, Isabela gets medical help from the mage-doctor about feeling uncomfortable down there. A similar conversation could also be seen, except with the seneschal instead of Isabela; Anders politely advises him to watch the company he keeps amongst the port women as pirates tend to "dock in unusual places"; if Isabela is present, she'll protest, "Hey!" Suddenly, why Fenris doesn't have to pay taxes becomes clear.
We find Sandal Feddic surrounded by dead darkspawn again. When asked, he cheerfully says "boom" But then the camera pans to the right.
Hawke: And how did you do that?
During the quest to frame Ser Conrad, Hawke can accuse him of sacrificing goats. S/He'll then say that Ser Conrad said, quite clearly that he "wanted to do...demon-y things..."
Even better is the reaction of the Templar you're reporting it to. He gasps dramatically with this serious and shocked "What?! No!"
It gets better. At the end of that quest Mistress Selby informs you of certain developments: Ser Conrad is in the middle of an argument with another Templar, the drunk Templar you denounced Conrad to marches in and starts accusing him of worshiping the 'Great Demon' and doing 'demon-y things', and while all the Templars are shocked into silence a dockworker comes in and says "You Ser Conrad? Got a shipment of raw lyrium here for you, sign here."
It is also possible to tell the Templar he is smuggling lyrium, making the timing even more appropriate. It could only possibly be improved by happening onscreen.
Isabela's attempts to seduce Bianca from Varric. The fact that they both act like they know what Bianca's thinking is priceless.
Isabela: Come to me and I'll take you places you've never been.
Varric: Isabela...are you talking to Bianca?
Isabela: I think she deserves a woman's touch on her trigger, don't you?
Varric: Bianca responds to my touch. She'd never give it up for you.
Isabela: That's what they always say, and I always prove them wrong.
Varric: Stop it. You're confusing her! And me.
They enjoy doing this quite a bit especially regarding Varric's chest hair.
Varric: I'll let you run your fingers through it, if you want.
Isabela: Your chest hair? My fingers? Oh, Varric, stop! You're making me quiver.
Varric: You know you want to.
Isabela: Oh I do, I can't resist you. No woman can.
Varric: I know. It's a terrible burden.
And again when Varric is a little too convincing even for Isabela.
Varric: Do you know how much I suffer under your gaze? I am a person, not an object!
Isabela: Uh, Varric?
Varric: (laughing) Just shitting you.
Silly!Hawke's response to Anders kissing him/her and saying that he wants him/her to know how he feels in case either of them dies: "Oooh, is it in verse? I do hope it's in verse!"
At the next stage of the romance, Silly!Hawke can ask him if he wants a sandwich too - right after Anders confesses his love. Even he laughs a little at this, which is saying something.
Which also has another meaning, considering Anders' condition. Their romance gets called a threesome in more than one occasion
If you side with the mages without a high enough approval from Fenris, he'll turn against you. But before you have to fight him, you'll have a chance to talk to him again, and if you point out that he is consigning people to slavery, he'll come back. His line, especially the slightly guilty way he says it, is priceless.
Fenris: Uh... (to Meredith) I have changed my mind, human. I will stand with my friend.
Made even better with Meredith just dismissing him as if she was just noticing him for the first time.
He can have a similarly hilarious reaction during his Act 2 companion quest. If Hawke tells Hadriana's elven slave to come work at the Hawke estate in Kirkwall, Fenris is all set to be outraged at Hawke for keeping slaves, but Hawke can pull the rug neatly out from under him by pointing out that she'll be a paid servant. His response is made of sudden, awkward chagrin, to point:
Fenris: I didn't realize you were in the market for a slave.
Fenris: Oh, that's - good, then... Let's just be done with this.
Given his generally asocial demeanor until around Act 3 (around certain characters, at least), Fenris' sudden bouts of awkwardness can even seem cute as well as funny, like when you first flirt with him after having cleared out his now-home; he gives a very nervous, surprised laugh, like he has absolutely no idea what to do, being unused to sudden flirty dialogue being thrown at him by handsome men/attractive women. (Though when it happens with Isabela his tone is often dry as well as taken aback—at first—or sarcastic.)
Bringing Isabela along for Zevran's cameo.
Hawke: How do you know Isabela?
Zevran: How does anyone know Isabela?
Isabela: Yes, well... keep that up and you'll never know Isabela again.
Asking her what she thinks after he's explained the real situation with the Crows will net this exchange.
Hawke: You know him best, what do you think?
Isabela: I've had better.
Hawke: I meant about letting him go or not.
Isabela: Oh! Right! I'd let him go.
And of course, afterward;
Zevran: I should be going.
Isabela: Wait, that's it? What about sex?
Zevran: Ah, Isabela, how I've missed you.
Isabela: That's because you have piss-poor aim. Fortunately, you have other uses...
The dialog changes if romanced with the Warden.
Zevran: laughs* Still blunt as a dwarven hammer, hmmm? Well, why not!
The hilarious inverted ScarfaceShout-Out where Varric relates the tale to Cassandra of busting into his brother's house by himself and killing a ridiculous amount of enemies including making a hilariously precise arrow shot at the end. It ends with his brother telling him how awesome he is. Then Cassandra tells him to tell the real story and when he does, it stops being funny and becomes really disturbing.
If you decide to save Sabine's bacon, Snarky!Hawke may tell Hubert that Sabine's family was threatened, including his dog. The mock hysteria and outrage of his/her tone sells it.
Hawke: They even threatened to kill his dog. *concerned voice* His dog, Hubert!
Bran wonders aloud where you'd find a crooked guardsman; your party unanimously agrees the Hanged Man without any thought.
Seneschal: Although where you'd find a guardsman so quick to sell his honor and duty, I'm sure I wouldn't know.
Anders: (immediately) The Hanged Man.
Varric: (almost simultaneously) Hanged Man.
Hawke: No question.
If you bring Fenris, Merrill, and Varric:
Fenris: The Hanged Man
Merrill: Hanged Man.
Varric: (to Hawke) Kind of obvious, wasn't it.
Even Sebastian comments on it if you tag him along.
Anders: The Hanged Man.
Varric: Hanged Man.
Sebastian: Even I know that.
Silly Hawke's response to Orsino's request for subtlety in investigating some Circle Mages;
Hawke: So I shouldn't slit my wrists and dance naked under the moonlight just to fit in.
Love Interest: I would pay to see that.
It doesn't work with Fenris, but instead you'll get:
Orsino: Well, if that's what you're planning, perhaps I should join you after all.
Point be made he says this in a surprisingly somewhat sultry tone that's lost in the pure text.
One of Varric's comments after he's been injured: "Dear Varric, please learn to parry. Love, your innards."
Almost any conversation between Anders and Varric is classic, but this one is especially good:
Anders: I've always wondered, why is every surface dwarf a merchant or a smith?
Varric: You left out criminals and hired muscle.
Anders: They don't count.
Varric: We dwarves are drawn to shiny objects. Sort of like magpies, but with business sense.
Anders: You're kidding.
Varric: Of course I am. We come to the surface with the skills our ancestors had, Blondie. You think there's a tradition of dwarf woodcutters in Orzammar? Beekeepers? Sailors?
Anders: Well, there could be mushroom growers and nug wranglers.
Varric: Orzammar will never let those people go topside. Too vital. Also, embarrassing.
If you have both Aveline and Anders in the Party, they start talking about Ferelden.
Anders: Do you ever miss Fereldan?
Aveline: All the time. Lothering was my home. I would never have left if not for the blight. But my life is in Kirkwall now. You?
Anders: I didn't think I would care in the slightest when I left, but now I'm not so sure. Something about Kirkwall just seems... off, somehow.
Aveline: You mean how badly they treat mages here, right?
If you have the Mabari in your house, you can arrive home and see Varric teaching your dog how to play card games. And he's apparently quite good at it, although he wags his tail when he gets a good hand.
Smartass!Hawke: I don't know if it's brilliant or horrible that you taught my dog how to play Diamondback.
Varric: Hey, I'm just saying, if he learned to watch his tells he'd be up more than three sovereigns.
Gets an even better StealthShout-Out to a certain famous painting when Varric mentions a group of dogs that play cards every week.
A wryly funny moment on several levels: In an Anders/Isabela/Fenris party, after Fenris has walked out on Hawke, Anders can't resist getting a couple of verbal swipes at the elf. The tension is destroyed by good ol' Bela:
Isabela: Oh, will you two get over yourselves! You're like two dogs around a bitch in heat!
Fenris: We were talking about Hawke. Not you.
During the same exchange, if Hawke also slept with her:
Isabela: Oh, will you two get over yourselves? I did him/her too.
Fenris grudgingly concedes to another of Isabela's attempts to dodge an argument:
Isabela: (sigh) This is silly. I don't want to argue.
Fenris: (pause) ...Do you want to guess what colour my undergarments are again?
Isabela: Ooh, yes, that's much more fun!
Talking to Alistair if he became King and married the female Human Noble Warden in the first game. He might be the King of Ferelden, but its perfectly clear to everyone present who really wears the trousers in that relationship.
Alistair: Well, I suppose I should get back to the old ball and chain.
Teagan: You know the queen hates it when you call her that.
Alistair: No, she doesn't! Just because she killed an Archdemon, she doesn't scare me!
Teagan: You keep telling yourself that, Your Majesty.
Teagan: The Hero of Ferelden should be back in Denerim.
Alistair: You're always so formal. S/he has a name, you know.
Frankly, anything Alistair says. He was in top snarking form that day.
A patron at The Hanged Man attempts to woo his "dusky goddess" (Isabela). With really, really bad poetry.
Man: You heart-worm, you!
To put the poorness of his poetry in perspective, Charr is William Butler Yeats compared to this guy.
And Isabela motioning toward the bartender to give her a drink in the middle of the poem really sells it.
Just about anything that comes out of Isabela's mouth is comedy gold, but this particular conversation takes the cake:
Anders: Sometimes I think you have the right idea.
Isabela: Handcuffs, whipped cream, always be on top?
Anders: I never used to give two bits what anyone thought of me. Justice once asked me why I didn't do more for other mages. I told him it was too much work, but I couldn't go back after that. Couldn't stop thinking about it. Sometimes I miss being that selfish.
Isabela: Huh, were you talking? I was still at whipped cream.
Much needed levity if you bring Aveline along for the Haunted quest.
Aveline: In about ten seconds, I'm just going to smash anything that moves.
Merrill helps too.
Merrill: Hello? Messere ghost? Could you stop doing that now? Please?
Anders joins in when a vase flies at Hawke.
Anders: Andraste's flaming knickers!
A pair of drunkards in the Hanged Man are chatting...
Hanged Man patron: I hear the Champion of Kirkwall has killed a dozen dragons, and sleeps on a bed made from their bones. And I hear s/he uses the Arishok's skull as a gravy boat.
Isabela letting loose a Hurricane of Euphemisms regarding Aveline's sex life in response to Aveline wearily telling her to get it out of her system, including "explore your Deep Roads" and "satisfy a demand of your Qun". Also, her asking Fenris about his "magical fisting".
Even funnier when Aveline finally relents and admits that Donnic is a very proficient lover...only for Isabela to say, "Well that's rather personal, don't you think?"
Does he Arl your Eamon?
Or Cup your Joining?
Shank your Jory? Grey your Warden? Beard your Dwarf?
Praise your Maker?
Pamper your Paragon?
Dampen your Divine?
Establish his canon?
Pudding your peach?
Kaddis your Katie?
Grope your grinder?
Float your frigate?
Master your taint? That's an old one.
Isabela and Aveline being Vitriolic Best Buds late in the game. Isabela explaining just how she gets laid so often (culminating in her reminiscing about the number of times she's heard "Get off me, you pirate hag!"). Aveline cheering herself up by listing what she likes about herself. Isabela responding with a string of insults. Aveline's reaction.
Aveline: (cheerily) Shut up, whore.
Isabela: (fondly) That's my girl.
Of all their banters, this one takes the cake:
Isabela: How's marriage been treating you, big girl?
Aveline: It's been good. No, great. I'd forgotten what it was like to -
Isabela: Be flipped ass-over-tits and hammered like a bent nail?
Aveline: To. Be. Loved.
Isabela: Oh. Right. Of course.
Aveline: Not that I'm complaining about the other thing.
The side quest 'Sketchy on the Details' where we see Leliana's old partner in crime Sketch running from a group of pissed off Denerim vigilantes...and a group of Rivani pirates...and a gang of Dwarven Carta thugs...and some Antivan Crows...and a Qunari Death Squad. Honestly, HOW much trouble did he get into with our favorite Bard and HOW is he still alive?
The best part is the one line he has while being chased by the Qunari: "I've never even been to Par Vollen!"
Hawke: (turning in the quest) The screaming mage?
Isabela telling Carver that she saw him in The Blooming Rose.
Hawke: Carver, what would Mother say?
Carver: You're just - that's not what I...shit!
Varric asks Fenris what he does in that big mansion all day. Fenris answers "I dance."
Varric: So what do you do in that gigantic house all day?
Fenris: Dance, of course.
Fenris: I run from room to room, choreographing routines.
Varric: You're actually joking. Alert the Chantry! They need to put this on the calendar!
Fenris: And you thought I was always serious.
Bethany finds some of Isabela's erotica:
Bethany: That book you were reading this morning, Hessarian's Spear. I don't think he had a spear in the legends.
Isabela: He does in this one. Read the description.
Bethany: "Andraste knelt before no man but her Maker. But she hadn't counted on the Archon Hessarian. Can Hessarian penetrate the tight-knit defenses of the warrior-prophetess? Will she be prepared to face the full blast of his...power"...wait a minute...Isabela, this is a vulgar thing!
Isabela: You want to borrow it?
Isabela: You sure? It has pictures.
Bethany: Not listening, I'm not listening!
Another episode in Isabela's ongoing quest to corrupt Bethany.
To make your plan succeed, however, you have to make it sound convincing, leading to the following conversations, depending on which dialogue option you pick:
Isabela: Now, this needs to be convincing. And you'll need to get creative—call me names, even hit me. Isabela: Stick with it, no matter what I do. Velasco's a clever son of a bitch. If you waver, he'll notice. Diplomatic!Hawke: I don't know if I can pull this off. Isabela: Come on, haven't you ever wanted to slap me? Just a little? Aveline: Absolutely. Fenris: Yes. Anders: Yes. Varric: Yes. Merrill: Yes... wait, what are we voting on? Sebastian: Is that a trick question? Isabela: I wasn't asking you people! Varric: Face it. You set yourself up for that one. OR Silly!Hawke: I'm worried about you. You're enjoying this a little too much. Isabela: I am, aren't I? (Giggles) OR Aggressive!Hawke: I'll make it convincing, not to worry. Isabela: Er... now you're making me nervous.
The possible Ironic Echo in this quest is also hilarious. While using her as bait, if Hawke goes the snarky route, s/he explains his/her "betrayal" this way:
Hawke: Remember that one time you ran off with a Qunari relic? It's like that, only funnier.
Later, if you refuse to blackmail Castillon in exchange for a new ship and just kill him, Isabela will be frustrated and ask why you went against her wishes. Hawke's snarky response?
Isabela: Why did you do that!?
Hawke: Remember that one time you ran off with a Qunari relic?
Anders: If anyone here tries to hire me again I'm leaving.
Aveline suggests that Varric uses his skill at writing to warn criminals not to act criminally.
Varric: Are most criminals big readers? Seems like pacifying the nobles.
Aveline: Pictures, then. It was just a suggestion.
Varric: Well, how about a giant sign that just says "Don't"? You could hit people with it.
Aveline: Thank you, I get the point.
Varric commenting on the rather uninspiring artwork in the Gallows.
Varric: I think that statue over there is a statement on modern life. Possibly the statement is, "Well, shit."
The fetch quests typically have a line of dialogue which amounts to "Sorry I misplaced this, thanks for finding it," when you go to complete them... even the ones involving dead bodies.
NPC: Don't wave that around! I mean...thank you for returning this perfectly harmless item to me.
If you use the blunt responses a lot, Hawke is sometimes quite straightforward when turning an item in.
Hawke: Your lost garbage, serah.
For one of these, the completed quest in the journal reads "Bonwald has his shopping list. Tremble, oh Thedas."
There are some good ones in the completed quest journal. "The Redwater Teeth were once called the Dandy Lampreys. True story."
"The Invisible Sisters were exposed. Stalkings are now down considerably."
If you bring Isabela into the Fade with you, the desire demon tempts her with visions of a new ship of her very own, which leads her to betray you as she comments:
Isabela: I like big boats. I cannot lie.
Then when talking to her after the quest ends;
Hawke: "I like big boats. I cannot lie"? Really, Isabela?
To which she responds:
Isabela: Well, I do!
One of the books Isabela has given Hawke.
Hawke: "A Hundred and One Uses for A Phallic Tuber." Thanks, Isabela, that's a hundred too many.
When Anders comments on the location of Sebastian's belt buckle. Sebastian's utterly scandalised reactions are amazing.
Anders: Is that supposed to be Andraste's face on your crotch? ... I'm just not sure I'd want the Maker seeing me shove His bride's head between my legs every morning.
During the Bone Pit quest in Act 1:
Isabela: There was a brothel on the slummier side of Antiva City called the Bone Pit. It was entirely different from this.
Snarky Hawke flirting with Fenris.
Fenris: If I'd known Anso would find me a man/woman so capable, I'd have asked him sooner.
Hawke: You sound like you're about to ask for a loan.
Isabela's little joke about Fenris when you're romancing him. The joke is pretty funny, but her totally cracking up after delivering it is hilarious.
Isabela: I hear he still wears the shackles of his old life...under his clothes. You know what they say about a man like that, don't you? ... He can't find a saw! (cackles) I had you there. You thought I was going to say something dirty! (she continues laughing while Hawke facepalms)
The few times someone takes a dig at Anders' fashion sense, or lack thereof. In Act 1, Varric asks him if the feathered pauldrons are an essential part of the moody rebel mage persona; in act 3, we get this:
Merrill: Have I ever mentioned I like your coat?
Anders: You do?
Merrill: It's very lively! Like a crow in the middle of anting!
Anders: That's...that's great. Thanks, Merrill.
Varric: I tried to warn you, Blondie.
Anders: You're not helping.
It's definitely a case of Black Comedy, but this troper found the background dialogue in the Blooming Rose to be amusing, particularly when one prostitute threatens to have another of the sex workers sacked for abusing her boy. The other prostitute retorts that Madame Lusine doesn't give a rat's ass about her brat and "gives me a copper every time I kick the little bastard."
Varric's sworn revenge on his brother involves him apologizing to his mother halfway for inadvertently insulting her as well.
Varric: I swear, I will find that son of a bitch - sorry, Mother - and I will kill him!
When looking for the nobleman's wife, Ninette, in the first act, talk to Jethann with Fenris in your party. After he hits on you (regardless of gender) you can see Fenris pulling a small Face Palm in the background.
Merrill and Aveline chat about Aveline's devotion to the Hawke family:
Merrill: You came so far together, and you didn't even have a keeper to make you get along.
Aveline: So...your keeper tells you to stop kicking each other, or she'll turn the Aravel around...?
Merrill: (thoughtfully) Sometimes she also tells us to stop pulling hair.
When meeting with the Arishok on the "Blackpowder Promises" quest, if you bring Fenris with you, he can discuss the matter of debt with the Arishok, and regarding the dwarf Javaris.
Fenris: I see. Then we have wrongly inserted ourselves into another's affairs. Would you have us kill this dwarf?
When starting the 'Justice' quest, selecting 'Is that all?' results in quite the interesting insight into Anders' mind - Real Dreams Are Weirder indeed.
Hawke: What aren't you telling me?
Anders: Oh, many things, I'm sure. Did I tell you about the dream I had where the Grand Cleric was completely naked, except for her miter? And there was this giant glowing cheese wheel...
While talking to Fenris at one point, Hawke can accuse him of whining. He begins to deny it, but then reluctantly admits that Hawke has a point.
Hawke: Is that all you do? Dwell on the negative?
Fenris: No! I - (pauses) Well, alright. Yes. Fair enough.
You can set one of these up yourself in act 2 - when you head to the Hanged Man as part of a main story quest, ensure that Isabela and Varric aren't in your party - the fella you're talking to eventually attacks and is met not only by Hawke but half the sodding bar. Whoops?
Even better if you do this while also performing "The Long Road." Apparently Donnic is oblivious enough to completely miss the aforementioned intimidation scene happening literally two feet behind him.
While climbing up Sundermount at one point, Anders made a quip that seemed to be a callback to his old, snarky Awakening persona:
Anders: If we had a rock to push uphill, this would perfectly sum up my life.
That's doubly funny if you played the first game, where Alistair mentions Tuesday is when the ritual dismemberments happen.
During Mark of the Assassin, you get this:
Tallis: The Montfort family inherited this mountain from a clan of Nevarran dragon-hunters. Well, maybe inherited is the wrong word. What do you call it when you kill someone in order to get all their stuff?
Some of the quips from your non-rogue party members when you ask them to pick locks are just hilarious. Merrill will, for example, say "Um, no? Definitely not? Ever?" Fenris will say "Alas, no," in a dreadfully deadpan tone that makes it quite clear of his opinion on you trying to make him do anything with anything that isn't a sword.
Or Anders. "What do you think I am, magic?"
In the Legacy DLC, the "humor" response to Bethany being a bit upset about being a Grey Warden, talking about how she endures because she can. Hawke does a rather silly dance, and Bethany smiles, and she fondly remembers how Carver would dance that jig to make her happy whenever her knees got skinned, a pet died, or a toy was broken. Very touching moment.
In the same DLC, there's also a line from Varric during the fight against Corypheus.
Varric: If he pulls a dragon out of his ass, I'm leaving!
A banter involves Fenris mentioning that he and Donnic get together to play diamondback.
Aveline: Why am I not invited to these games?
Fenris: He says you get angry when you lose.
Aveline: I do not! All right, perhaps I do. Still, that's no reason not to tell me.
Isabela and Varric's banter during Legacy. In one they're playing a Drinking Game.
Varric: We passed a broken pillar, you know what that means.
Isabela: Everyone take a drink!
Aveline: The last time you played this game, didn't Isabela tried to "get Orlesian" with a lyrium vein?
Aveline: Carry on, then.
If Anders is in the party, he'll comment on how he kissed an ogre the last time.
Speaking of Legacy banter; this Carver/Sebastian banter (providing you're romancing Seb and are playing snarky!Hawke) is hilarious.
Sebastian: Is something troubling you, brother?
Carver: I'm not your brother.
Sebastian: I'm not familiar with Fereldan tradition, but I married your sister. I believe that makes us brothers.
Carver: A "chaste marriage." Some invention of yours, no doubt.
Hawke: Aww. Would it make you feel better if I slept with him? Because I totally would. Right here.
Carver: Sister, please!
Sebastian: Yes, love... rein it in.
Another dialogue with Bethany ends with Sebastian slyly complimenting her looks and flustering Beth. Hawke's reaction is a chuckle; apparently s/he finds it a CMOF. Hey, he wasn't always a choir boy.
If Bethany joined the Circle: Sebastian: You think there is shame in being in the Circle? Bethany: Isn't there? Sebastian: You were made as you are. I have yet to see evidence of the Maker's fallibility. I certainly don't see any in you. Bethany: I... oh my. Hawke: (Chuckles)
If Bethany joined the Grey Wardens: Sebastian: To have a second chance, and one with such purpose, it cannot be a curse. Bethany: This wasn't my choice. If there's something good or beautiful in any of this, please, enlighten me. Sebastian: Well, there's you. Bethany: I... oh my. Hawke: (Chuckles)
If Hawke is female, Bethany mentions her sister's the one who gets called "Lady". Sebastian replies that she's no less deserving. If she's a Warden, he adds "Purpose is one of the Maker's greatest gifts - although obviously not the only one he has granted you." Seriously, Sebastian can be smooth when he wants.
Actually, it's even funnier if Sebastian is romanced.
A romanced Merrill in Legacy might just take the cake, though...
Anders: Were you trying to look at my Grimoire the other day?
Merrill: Me? What? No! When?
Anders: At my clinic. While I was talking to Hawke. I saw you looking in one of my books. You know, those are private.
Merrill: I know, that's why I - Oh, fine. I admit it. I was hoping you'd have, um, dirty spells.
Anders: Dirty spells?
Merrill: You know! To, um, make things more exciting. Oh, I shouldn't have said anything.
Isabela: That's my girl.
Anders: More exciting? For you and Hawke?
Hawke: Stop, just... stop right there.
This bit of Lampshading when Fenris ask Aveline about her being absent from her duties.
Fenris: Does the city guard never ask where you wander off to with Hawke?
Aveline: I am on a "special investigation".
Hawke: And what does that make me?
Aveline: Someone who is helping me with my special investigation.
Fenris: How benevolent of you, Hawke.
Hawke: I'm a giver!
When Carver's joining the Wardens makes him confident enough to take on Isabela at her own game.
Isabela: You've certainly...filled out, Carver. Shame, really. I hear joining the Wardens separates the men from their "boys".
Carver: We rarely have children, true. But don't worry, that just means I try ever so much harder.
Isabela: Mmm...I like you all grown up.
Varric: Junior took down the Rivaini? Who's telling this story?
If he joined the Templars instead, he turns part of the Chant of Light into a string of double entendres. The real punchline is Sebastian's outraged "Don't do that to the chant!"
What really sells it is if Hawke is in a romance with Isabela, cue one very alarmed response;
Hawke: (to Isabela) No you don't! (To Carver) No she doesn't!
Discussing the plan for dealing with the Carta.
Hawke: I'm sure it was all just a misunderstanding. Later we'll all have tea and we'll laugh.
Varric: "Oh, your name is Hawke! I thought it was Locke."
Carver: "Yes, we were looking for some other combination of general and ringmaster."
Sebastian takes a peek at Varric's notes for his story, noticing something about a "belt buckle of righteousness." It fortells the future of Sebastian's pants, and burns its expression into sinners. Of course, the pants one is Varric's favorite; it has more pathos.
Isabela finally lets us know why she doesn't wear pants: Because she doesn't have to clean toxic goo off of them when she's finished.
Tallis' many attempts to get the key during the party. She's having an 'off day.'
Equally hilarious is Hawke's idle chatter with people passing by during these attempts. They start off... questionable... but quickly grow ridiculous.
Hawke: Avoid the cheese plate!
Additionally, the stories that Hawke and Tallis come up with to try and get the keys in the first place are just outrageous. Seeing Hawke pretend to be an airheaded noble by claiming that the garnishes on the canapes are just scandalous or squeeing that they simply must meet the gardener who arranged the azaleas will leave you rolling, and wondering whether or not s/he has been taking bullshit lessons from Varric in their spare time.
It gets even better if you go for the naturally "sarcastic" lines, because Hawke decides the only way to act like a noble is to be as outrageous as possible. S/he claims that a Fereldan bann is wearing the same outfit as him/her and must change immediately, or freaks out pretending to be stung by a bee, and says if s/he dies, tell the world s/he died at Cheateau Haine, screaming all that out hammily while the camera makes an appropriate pan and super dramatic music plays in the background.
And the guards always remain stoic and take Hawke and Tallis' stories seriously, or at least appear to be. One gets the impression that they deal with this kind of behavior from nobles all the time and they're just really good at keeping a straight face.
Or they get so spectacularly bored that they figure Hawke is up to something, as politicians usually are, but want to see what they will do for giggles.
Also from Mark of the Assassin, you pass some cursed statues that require a captain to return them to flesh...unfortunately all they have available is Isabela.
Statue: Yo, ho!
Isabela:What did you just call me?
And after Paisly Pete describes what a true pirate captain is:
Isabela: You hear that, Hawke? I'm a force of nature!
Aveline: So is plague.
At the end you interrupt an Orlesian plot against the Qunari with your appearance. The Big Bad turns to face you and hands off the scroll of confidential information, assumedly to his lackey, not looking at them, rather focusing on you. Thus he didn't realize that he just handed the scroll containing the names of all Qunari agents to Tallis.
The best part of this is that Tallis is barely even onscreen, so you might not even realize she's there at first. And even better, she's wearing a guard's helmet, on top her...rather light armor.
During the stealth section of the DLC, you encounter a room full of guards with a Sergeant Rock bawling them out, telling them to stay on their toes. Because this is war. Because if they smell even the slightest hint of weakness, those nobles will descend upon them and rend them to pieces. And wear their skins as fashionable accessories. So they must remain constantly aware and watchful. All this is going on as Hawke sneaks by in the background.
Bringing Merrill and Fenris along. Their commentary is hilarious, especially when Hawke and Tallis get captured, and they're running through the halls trying to find them.
Fenris: Not another word.
Merrill: All right then. Maybe I can hum? Or whistle?
The Duke's party provides plenty of good moments. Lady de Launcet has different dialogue depending on whether you've completed her son's quest (see above). Teagan will tell you you're the spitting image of the Champion of Kirkwall...before realizing you are the Champion of Kirkwall. He also drops a nod to the Leliana's Song DLC by advising you not to bring up the Chantry or...knickers...in front of Bann Perrin.
In Mark of the Assassin, near the Andraste's Mantle is the skeleton of someone apparently crushed by a giant cheese wheel.
There is also an Alpha Genlock shield in Legacy with a cheese wheel impaled on one of the spikes. How that got there is anyone's guess.
The Chanter's Board in Kirkwall includes one notice with a picture of a cheese wheel.
The cheese in Gamlen's house, which stays in the same place for ten straight years.
When your two companions come along to rescue Hawke and Tallis from prison Merrill (being Merrill) has this gem
Merril: Ooh, I've never been in a prison before. Was it exciting? Did you shank someone?
More random party banter between Aveline and Isabela in the third act. Isabela brings up Donnic being sighted near the Blooming Rose, and Aveline vehemently denies it. Isabela then has this gem to say.
Isabela: Are there...other areas of intimacy that you haven't explored?
Aveline: Why? Why do you give me these doubts?
Isabela: Aveline. If you shove your thumb up his ass, I win.
The real kicker, though, is Merrill's reaction if she's in the party when Isabela says that.
All of the other party members have some variation of that reaction. Except Varric.
The reaction various party members have when they learn that Wyvern venom is valuable because Orlesians make liquor out of it.
They do more than react. Later, Tallis recommends everyone try it at the party, they'll be seeing purple dragons for days. Carver either as a templar or Warden knows what it tastes like already, while an Act 1 Carver is curious, only to be shot down by Hawke. Varric knows it's price on the black market, off hand. And when Bethany questions whether or not someone would want to be "sick for days", Hawke corrects her and says it's more "delirious." Think about it.
Party banter in Mark of the Assassin reaches a hilarious peak. Highlights include:
Merrill teasing Anders about Dalish celebrations and human sacrifices.
Anders collecting a debt with Isabela, who returns that he was cheating. His response is that she was too.
Anders trying to weasel out of a debt with the Coterie. Apparently, there's a bounty on his right ear, and someone wants to make a hat from ears. He even spoke to a haberdasher.
Carver questions whether or not he can trick Gamlen into joining the Qun.
Isabela tells Fenris of her first mate, Casavir, whom she really liked. Fenris asked if he, like the rest of her crew, was deceased, but Isabela replied that he wasn't, she just left the "idiot" on the docks in Val Chevin.
Isabela finds Gamlen exceedingly inappropriate and asks Hawke to get him to leave her alone. Hawke replies that she's perfectly capable of handling Gamlen. Isabela asks Aveline, and she says to beat him up. And wear pants.
If Snarky!Hawke is romancing Isabela, we get this instead:
Hawke: I could talk to him, but it's funnier this way.
Hawke: You have pretty eyes.
Carver asks Varric how he could stand Bartrand for as long as he did. The answer: Blackmail material for life.
Bethany asks Isabela if pirates have parties. Isabela recalls a time a keg was cracked open...when they hung a pirate from the prow over shark infested waters with his belly slit open. Good beer, though.
Merrill is worried she'll use the wrong fork at a party, and then stab someone with it. Sebastian advises her to act annoyed that they bleed on her dress.
"Ghast hole" makes Isabela giggle. A little later, you'll come across magic-wielding ghasts wearing enormous, ridiculous hats - thus making them "ghast hats". Isabela notes this immediately.
To help Bethany transition to the Circle, Isabela sent her letters and books, full of the dirtiest stories imaginable.
Aveline wonders why a templar Carver was sent to Duke's party. Carver remarks it's the closest thing to diplomacy Meredith does.
Merrill asks Tallis how she and Isabela throw knives in that cool, spinny way without hitting someone in the nose with the hilt. Tallis tell her it actually happens all the time, and you have to pretend you meant to do that.
Tallis question Hawke about whether any advantages come with being the Champion.
Tallis: So... Champion Of Kirkwall. Fancy title.
Hawke: 'The Only One In Kirkwall Not Completely Insane' was considered.
Tallis: So do you get a stipend? Do they let you rule the city or something?
Hawke: They gave me a medal. It's very shiny.
After your first run-in with the ghasts, you get this exchange if Anders is in your party. It's his tone that sells it - you can actually hear how proud of the line he is.
Tallis: They don't come out on the surface much, though.
Anders: Maybe they were out gathering hunters?
After being captured and waiting for your hopelessly lost party members to rescue you in Mark of the Assassin, Tallis gets fed up with waiting and unlocks the cell. And of course the rest of your party shows up right afteryou and Tallis managed to rescue yourselves.
When drinking a potion in the middle of battle, Varric will sometimes yell this. Leave it to him to ask the important questions:
Varric: Does this stuff have side effects?!
And then there's Isabela's comment:
Isabela: And they say drinking never solves anything.
When arriving for the final battle against Duke Prosper in Mark of the Assassin, the Duke will remark on his lack of surprise at Hawke showing up. Snarky!Hawke has this reply:
Hawke: I have an excellent sense of dramatic timing. And good hair.
In Mark of the Assassin, there's this exchange between a romanced Anders and Hawke after Hawke and Tallis escape from the Duke's dungeons.
Anders: Here I always figured you'd be the one coming to spring me from someone's dungeon. I had it all planned. I'd be in the Gallows, templars all around holding the brand for the Rite of Tranquility. Then you'd burst in and break my chains. And then it would be all about the best way to show my gratitude.
Hawke: Then I should spend some time working out how to thank you.
Tallis: Not to come between you two or anything, but...you didn't actually rescue us. I did.
Anders: It's the thought that counts!
Making this conversation even funnier is Hawke possibly suggesting finding another use for the chains and Fenris yelling at them to get a room.
Isabela's unnecessary reminder for Hawke to rob the dead.
In Legacy, if you bring Varric and a romanced Anders along with a Silly!Hawke, you might hear this conversation:
Anders: I've tried to forget about this side of myself. Justice is... so strong, sometimes the Wardens seem insignificant. But seeing that poor bastard [Larius] brings it all back. The darkspawn taint, the call of the Archdemon... it's inside me, as much a part of me as Justice.
Hawke: Ooh, baby. Tell me more.
Anders: You should find someone else, love. You don't want all the ugliness I'm going to bring into your life.
Hawke: (cheerfully) Nobody's perfect.
Varric: I've got to hand it to you, Blondie. You make that work every time.
Varric: I could do heroic charging, though. You want me to call him "Feathers"?
Merrill: Yes! And make him extra fluffy!
Also from Legacy:
Varric: Hawke, this is Gerav. He's a greedy, brilliant, bastard son-of-a-nug from the Carta. Gerav, this is Hawke, the one whose blood you want to drink or bathe in or whatever. But if you're after eternal youth, I've got to tell you, s/he's no virgin.
Siding with Larius:
Varric: So! We're taking the crazy ghoul at his word? Sounds like fun!
During the Deep Roads Expedition:
Varric: Andraste's ass, dwarves actually lived down here? On purpose? What in blazes for?
I am getting truly sick of looking at stalagmites. Or is it stalactites? Shit, I don't know.
I will not be sorry to see daylight
During Mark of The Assassin:
Cassandra: The elf was Qunari?
Varric: And the dwarf has no beard! I know, it made no sense to me, either. Perhaps they cut off her horns?
Sebastian's companion quest, "Faith", in Act 3:
Hawke: Mage this, Templar that, is there anywhere in Kirkwall people don't talk about this?
Varric: No, and I've looked, believe me. Even the rats in Darktown are following this mess.
Merrill: Really? Which side are they on?
Varric: About a third support the templars, a third are pro-mage, and the rest support more cheese on both sides.
Sebastian: The last time the mages rebelled against the Chantry, they ended up ruling Tevinter. Should we just ignore them?
Anders: Well, if it's not too much trouble...
Leliana: The Divine has always suspected that Kirkwall's problems were spurred by an outside group.
Anders: Like any mage with a brain can't come up with "Let's rebel"?
Varric: To be fair, Blondie, a lot of those 'rebellions' boil down to, "Let's feed ourselves to demons!" Outside help of the planning variety might be required.
During the mission to escort Saarebas, when confronted by Arvaraad, if Hawke is a Rogue/Warrior and the party contains Anders, Merrill and Bethany, choosing the option to support the Mages, you're treated to all three of them commenting on their magical abilities. Cue one massiveOh Crap from Arvaraad, who suddenly realises just how many Mages he's actually dealing with.
Anders' response to Bertrand's question about where Hawke got the map to the Deep Roads.
The following has to be the most hilarious sentence ever uttered by mankind;
"There's a DONKEY in the SPOON DRAWER!"
Snarky!Hawke explaining the situation to Corypheus as though he were a child;
Snarky!Hawke: You're a Darkspawn. Daaaark-spaaaaawn. Ravaging the Deep Roads, spreading the Blight, does any of this ring a bell?
In Mark of the Assassin, Hawke affecting an outrageous Orlesian accent and joking about trying it out at the party.
Slightly more amusing with a male Hawke, since this takes place right after dealing with Baron Arlange... who's also voiced by Nicholas Boulton.
During the Act 3 quest to find Nathaniel Howe, when agreeing to help Nathaniel to search for the rest of the Wardens, Sebastian has this to say.
Sebastian: Crawling through blight-infested tunnels, rescuing Wardens in peril. This is what I signed on for.
Just another one of Silly!Hawke's brilliant lines. It's the giddiness with which they say it. The Magistrate's response, dripping with Face Palm, is just the icing on the cake:
Magistrate Vanard: I was looking for someone with your... "special talents". Silly!Hawke: I'm guessing you don't mean my ability to juggle small rodents while humming Orlesian ballads. Magistrate Vanard: If that is your greatest skill, then I have been misinformed... I need somebody with muscle, not... whatever you were just describing...
It's the little shake of his head that really sells it.
Merrill's taunts are hilarious (they can be heard at 24:15, 24:40 and 24:50):
Merrill: Hello, I’m Merrill, and I’ll be your distraction!
Merrill: I’m going to taunt you in elvish now! Durgen’len! Aravel! Vallaslin! note "Dwarf", "wagon" and "blood writing", respectively.
Merrill: Over here you... you... vile, mean... thing!
At the beginning of Repentance, Sebastian's Act II companion quest, Varric gets downright meta.
Sebastian: Hawke? We were just talking about you. Hawke: Saying good things, I hope. / Carry on. I love to eavesdrop. / Is the Flint Company bothering you again? Varric: "Hawke asked diplomatically." / "Hawke asked sarcastically." / "Hawke asked aggressively." Hawke: You know I hate it when you do that. Varric: "Hawke muttered in an angry aside to the dwarf..."
Bring Fenris along for "Gamlen's Greatest Treasure". Apparently, he doesn't like fish.
Fenris: Fish, fish and more fish. Pfaugh! Let's look for those crates.
After one of the first fights in Legacy, Silly!Hawke has this remark:
Hawke: I'd like to know who this Corypheus is. With a name like that he's bound to go "mwa-ha-hah!" at some point, I just know it.