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* WeddingDay: The final chapter; TheyDo.

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* WeddingDay: WeddingFinale: The final chapter; chapter ends with the royal wedding; TheyDo.


* {{Warrior Prince}}ss: Elissa; since a codex in the game indicates that Highever is actually a {{principality}} within Ferelden, she technically holds the rank of {{princess}} even if it's never used formally.

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* {{Warrior Prince}}ss: Elissa; since a codex in the game indicates that Highever is actually a {{principality}} within Ferelden, she technically holds the rank of {{princess}} princess even if it's never used formally.


* PlatonicDeclarationOfLove: Right before the final battle, Elissa makes a point of telling all of her companions that they have essentially become her new family and she loves them.



* ReallyRoyaltyReveal: [[spoiler:Alistair has known this about himself for a while, but has to find a way to confess the truth to Elissa before they go to Redcliffe.]] Later, Eamon springs the reveal on the rest of the party.

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* ReallyRoyaltyReveal: As in the game, [[spoiler:Alistair has known this about himself for a while, but has to find a way to confess the truth to Elissa before they go to Redcliffe.]] Later, Eamon springs the reveal on the rest of the party.


* OrphanedSeries: ''Shadow and Rose'' is a CompletedFic; however, it was intended as the first in a possible series, with the immediate sequel to have been called ''Crown and Quill''. This was to have been an epistolary fic, composed largely of letters exchanged between Alistair and Elissa during ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOriginsAwakening''. Due to assorted difficulties with the writing as well as increased commitments to other projects, the author has canceled the sequels, and ''Shadow and Rose'' leaves the reader with the impression that everyone lives HappilyEverAfter.

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* OrphanedSeries: ''Shadow and Rose'' is a CompletedFic; however, it was intended as the first in a possible series, with the immediate sequel to have been called ''Crown and Quill''. This was to have been an epistolary fic, composed largely of letters exchanged between Alistair and Elissa during ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOriginsAwakening''. Due to assorted difficulties with the writing as well as increased commitments to other projects, the author has canceled the sequels, sequel, and ''Shadow and Rose'' leaves the reader with the impression that everyone lives HappilyEverAfter.



* {{Princess}}: Elissa; since a codex in the game indicates that Highever is actually a {{principality}} within Ferelden, she technically holds the rank of princess even if it's never used formally.
** Informally, Oghren occasionally calls her "Princess" both as a mild taunt and as an AffectionateNickname. [[spoiler:Marrying Alistair, of course, promotes her to Badass Queen, and once they're engaged, Oghren upgrades his pet name for her to "Queenie."]]


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* {{Warrior Prince}}ss: Elissa; since a codex in the game indicates that Highever is actually a {{principality}} within Ferelden, she technically holds the rank of {{princess}} even if it's never used formally.
** Informally, Oghren occasionally calls her "Princess" both as a mild taunt and as an AffectionateNickname. [[spoiler:Marrying Alistair, of course, promotes her to Badass Queen, and once they're engaged, Oghren upgrades his pet name for her to "Queenie."]]


* BadassPrincess: Elissa again; since a codex in the game indicates that Highever is actually a {{principality}} within Ferelden, she technically holds the rank of princess even if it's never used formally.
** Informally, Oghren occasionally calls her "Princess" both as a mild taunt and as an AffectionateNickname. [[spoiler:Marrying Alistair, of course, promotes her to Badass Queen, and once they're engaged, Oghren upgrades his pet name for her to "Queenie."]]


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* {{Princess}}: Elissa; since a codex in the game indicates that Highever is actually a {{principality}} within Ferelden, she technically holds the rank of princess even if it's never used formally.
** Informally, Oghren occasionally calls her "Princess" both as a mild taunt and as an AffectionateNickname. [[spoiler:Marrying Alistair, of course, promotes her to Badass Queen, and once they're engaged, Oghren upgrades his pet name for her to "Queenie."]]


** However, several of the unused ideas which were intended to appear in the sequel were instead recycled into her ''Inquisition'' fic, ''All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird.''

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** However, several of the unused ideas which were intended to appear in the sequel were instead recycled into her ''Inquisition'' fic, ''All ''[[Fanfic/TwiceUponAnAge All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird.Weird]].''

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** However, several of the unused ideas which were intended to appear in the sequel were instead recycled into her ''Inquisition'' fic, ''All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird.''

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* BridalCarry: How Alistair brings the barely-conscious Elissa out of Fort Drakon following the final battle.


* FamilyOfChoice: Since Elissa's entire family is murdered prior to her introduction, she grows to view the companions this way. Leliana even comments on iduring her RousingSpeech; see TrueCompanions, below.

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* FamilyOfChoice: Since Elissa's entire family is murdered prior to her introduction, she grows to view the companions this way. Leliana even comments on iduring it during her RousingSpeech; see TrueCompanions, below.


* OrphanedSeries: ''Shadow and Rose'' is a CompletedFic; however, it was intended as the first in a possible series, with the immediate sequel to have been called ''Crown and Quill''. This was to have been an epistolary fic, composed largely of letters exchanged between Alistair and Elissa during ''VideoGame/DragonAgeAwakening''. Due to assorted difficulties with the writing as well as increased commitments to other projects, the author has canceled the sequels, and ''Shadow and Rose'' leaves the reader with the impression that everyone lives HappilyEverAfter.

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* OrphanedSeries: ''Shadow and Rose'' is a CompletedFic; however, it was intended as the first in a possible series, with the immediate sequel to have been called ''Crown and Quill''. This was to have been an epistolary fic, composed largely of letters exchanged between Alistair and Elissa during ''VideoGame/DragonAgeAwakening''.''VideoGame/DragonAgeOriginsAwakening''. Due to assorted difficulties with the writing as well as increased commitments to other projects, the author has canceled the sequels, and ''Shadow and Rose'' leaves the reader with the impression that everyone lives HappilyEverAfter.


* IKissYourHand: Somewhat surprisingly, ''not'' used in a romantic way. As the companions are exchanging farewells at the Battle of Denerim, Alistair is so at a loss for what he should say to Wynne that he resorts to this instead.



* IKissYourHand: Somewhat surprisingly, ''not'' used in a romantic way. As the companions are exchanging farewells at the Battle of Denerim, Alistair is so at a loss for what he should say to Wynne that he resorts to this instead.

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* IKissYourHand: Somewhat surprisingly, ''not'' used IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer: Oghren, in a romantic way. As the companions are exchanging farewells at the Battle his role of Denerim, PapaWolf, delivers this warning to Alistair is so at a loss for what he should say to Wynne that he resorts to this instead.regarding Elissa. Alistair thinks it's fair.


* AlternateContinuity: Slightly. Although the story largely follows the game proper, there are points where it goes off on its own tangent.



* PerfectlyArrangedMarriage: Set up at the Landsmeet and launched in the final chapter of the original story.

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* PerfectlyArrangedMarriage: Set up at the Landsmeet and launched in the final chapter of chapter.
* PerspectiveFlip: The story is told from
the original story.point of view of Alistair, who is the game's {{Deuteragonist}}.


* {{Diary}}: The whole first story and the non-epistolary parts of the second are told in the format of Alistair writing in his personal journal.

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* {{Diary}}: The whole first story and the non-epistolary parts of the second are Is told in the format of Alistair writing in his personal journal.



* FamilyOfChoice: Since Elissa's entire family is murdered prior to her introduction, she grows to view the companions this way. Leliana even comments on iduring her RousingSpeech; see TrueCompanions, below.



* UndyingLoyalty: Elissa, much to Alistair's consternation, not only demonstrates a great deal of kindness to her companions, but also places a lot of trust in them even when he doesn't. Fortunately, the PowerOfTrust plus the PowerOfFriendship equals them developing this for her.

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* UndyingLoyalty: Elissa, much to Alistair's consternation, not only demonstrates a great deal of kindness to her companions, but also places a lot of trust in them even when he doesn't. Fortunately, the PowerOfTrust ThePowerOfTrust plus the PowerOfFriendship ThePowerOfFriendship equals them developing this for her.



* WebSerialNovel: ''Shadow and Rose'' alone clocks out at 125,000 words in forty chapters.
* WeddingDay: The final chapter of the first story.

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* WebSerialNovel: ''Shadow and Rose'' alone clocks out at 125,000 words in forty chapters.
* WeddingDay: The final chapter of the first story.chapter; TheyDo.


A sequel, ''Crown and Quill,'' is planned to pick up where the first story ends. This second story will be largely epistolary in nature, presented in the form of letters exchanged between Alistair and Elissa during the events of the ''[[VideoGame/DragonAgeOriginsAwakening Awakening]]'' expansion DLC.


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* OrphanedSeries: ''Shadow and Rose'' is a CompletedFic; however, it was intended as the first in a possible series, with the immediate sequel to have been called ''Crown and Quill''. This was to have been an epistolary fic, composed largely of letters exchanged between Alistair and Elissa during ''VideoGame/DragonAgeAwakening''. Due to assorted difficulties with the writing as well as increased commitments to other projects, the author has canceled the sequels, and ''Shadow and Rose'' leaves the reader with the impression that everyone lives HappilyEverAfter.


* SheCleansUpNicely: Played straight and gender flipped; the party members are expected to dress for dinner at the Arl of Redcliffe's estate in Denerim. Arlessa Isolde sends formal clothing for each of them to wear. The trope specifically comes in when ''Morrigan'', of all people, [[ThrowTheDogABone acknowledges that Alistair looks "decent."]]

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Played straight and gender flipped; the party members are expected to dress for dinner at the Arl of Redcliffe's estate in Denerim. Arlessa Isolde sends formal clothing for each of them to wear. The trope specifically comes in when ''Morrigan'', of all people, [[ThrowTheDogABone [[PetTheDog acknowledges that Alistair looks "decent."]]

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