If your Hawke disapproved of what Anders did and you have Loghain as your warden... things can get pretty awkward if you ask the right questions. Loghain usually just stands there in stone-faced silence while Hawke goes on about it. It makes me wonder if she even knows what her new friend did or if it's some kind of indrect scolding because she doesn't want to actually take that fight but she damn well wants him to know she disapproves.
Now I'd say it's a good thing the Hero of Ferelden wasn't there. They'd probably re-cap their whole adventure including an extremely detailed account of their duel with Loghain and his induction into the Grey Wardens.
None of the PCs are rays of sunshines themselves. Canonically, they've killed thousands, steal everything that isn't nailed down, strip-mine every natural resource they come across, and kill multiple dragons (even though they're technically an endangered species).
Oh, and they regularly interfere with local politics and constantly consort with known (often convicted) criminals.
Hawke reminds me of a certain other character in another game at this moment
@4mation: so . . . a average DnD party
Personne ne lui a dis pour Loghain ? (sorry but my english is REALY bad...)
This I why in my personal canon it's cousin Amell (who isn't the HoF, but still a warden) who gets brought along - my Hawke would H A T E Loghain, it would make zero sense for them to get chummy >.>
@zenat: My warden sided with Loghain, and my Hawke totally stayed with Anders. Apparently mass murderers do it for me. Oh geeze, and Trevelian was totally crushing on Solas, who just wasn't into guys...