We’re not saying that this is a fact. But we are saying that it’s clearly an option.
I think in some parts of Thedas, Templars are allowed to marry while in other places, they're NOT allowed. I think the ones in like, Kirkwall aren't allowed but the Ferelden are. Or.. am I confusing the two? Either way, it IS quite confusing when you're comparing all the Dragon Age scenarios, from Origins, Two, Awakening, Redemption, and The Warden's Fall. Maybe Three will tell more about the Templar position as well as more about the Qun, Orlais, etc, ya know?
..Maybe you're right. Maybe they CHOOSE who should marry and who should not. After all, there are some reeeeeally stupid Templars out there.
You'd think in Bioware's thousands of pages of text, someone would have had a proper explanation for this.
Well untill that day comes, this explanation is perfect XD
Lols! I don't care if there is a real explanation out there! I'm believing this one! :D
I just assumed it was like taking vows as a lay sister - more or less optional, though the chastity vows are encouraged even more for templars because the Chantry likes control.
Alistair did say that they have to take vows did he not?
damn....hawk was right on to MY theory.....
wait...where was he several years ago!?!
From what I read she is mostly right. Templars are not allowed to marry unless they get permission from the revered mother.