I am pretty sure that there were plenty of times that Varric missed Hawke for their common sense. Which... says a great deal about the Inquisitor to be honest.
Of all the Heroes, the Inquisitor is the most... eccentric, in my opinion. At least the Warden was justified because they were the Grey Warden and Wardens get to do anything. Hawke was justified because nobody wants to mess with Hawke & Co (and everybody was distracted by the whole Mage vs. Templar thing). But the Inquisitor? They were supposed to lead an army! But they spend 99% of the time trying to scale vertical walls and forgetting whether they need Deathroot or Blood Lotus for a jar of bees.
At least my quizzy has the excuse of being a literal child (she's only 16 at the conclave) when she does stupid shit
As the old mage saying goes:
"Once you go red..."
@Inquisition100%Run: I think Hawke has a lot of freedom because Hawke was just Hawke for a good chunk of the game, with no real responsibilities towards the community or any real power. Meanwhile, the Inquisitor... well... let's just say that there were people along for the ride who knew better. And yet.
@Insert_Witty_Username: There is that. But then my question is still, why didn't an adult or ten step in and put a stop to the madness?
@Sharp-Claw: ... you and everyone you know end up dead?
@zenat: She's a kid, but she's still the Herald of Andraste and she won't let you forget it |D
Though I like to imagine Cassandra won't take her nonsense, no matter how much Ala pulls the puppy eyes (on the other hand Sera is a TERRIBLE influence)
Aw...look at Varric in his pyjamas, looking all cranky. So adorable! :D