Title Witch of the Wilds, Arcane Advisor to the Imperial Court of Orlais, Liaison to the Inquisition
Family: Flemeth (mother), Yavana (sister), Kieran (son) (conditional)
Morrigan is a Witch of the Wilds, one of innumerable sorceresses whose legends originate in the Korcari Wilds.
Morrigan is the daughter of Flemeth, the legendary Witch of the Wilds who has reputedly given birth to scores of daughters and has lived for centuries, though Morrigan is unwilling or unable to confirm Flemeth's true origins. Whatever Flemeth's history, Morrigan was raised by her in isolation from civilization. Flemeth instilled a distrust of humankind in Morrigan, strictly forbidding her from venturing out into settlements.
As such, Morrigan sought solace among nature and the animals of the Korcari Wilds, into whose forms she would often shapeshift. Starting in 9:20, when she was seen observing a group of Avvar hunters from afar, Morrigan was spotted several times in the towns and villages near the Korcari Wilds; she would pick out a local who drew her interest and then question them until she drew too much attention or lost interest. When she reached a sufficient age, Morrigan would occasionally assist Flemeth in eliminating threats to them. If templars hunted the pair, Morrigan would often play the part of the innocent girl in fear for her life, while in reality leading the men to her mother, and thus to their doom. It is implied that Morrigan's father, who is unknown, was likely of Chasind origin.
Origins:Morrigan first encounters The Warden in the Korcari Wilds, following them in animal form and later leading them to Flemeth, who held ancient Grey Warden documents necessary for the completion of their Joining. Following the Battle of Ostagar, Morrigan helped nurse The Warden and Alistair back to health, later accompanying them on their quest at the behest of Flemeth. After receiving and examining Flemeth's Black Grimoire, Morrigan claims that her mother plans to possess her body in order to prolong her own life. To prevent this, Morrigan asks the Warden to slay Flemeth.
Witch Hunt: Two years after the Battle of Denerim, Morrigan was spotted in Ferelden, prompting The Warden-Commander to seek her out. After a series of adventures, The Warden-Commander corners Morrigan in the Dragonbone Wastes, as she is about to step through a magical portal. She claims that great change is coming to the world and it is thus necessary for her to leave Ferelden to prepare for this change. Morrigan issues a stern warning that it is Flemeth who poses the true threat to Thedas
The Last Court: Morrigan, known as The Scornful Sorceress, arrives in Serault on a mission for Empress Celene to rebuild an eluvian. She makes a detailed study of the Marquis of Serault's lineage, and particularly their great-grandfather, an apostate mage who is known as "The Shame of Serault."
Morrigan currently serves as an advisor to Empress Celene, arriving in the Orlesian court in 9:37 Dragon. She quickly insinuated herself into the court, gaining the favor of the empress who had long sought a source of magical knowledge untouched by religious dogma. However, rumors abound that Morrigan is a sinister influence on the throne, teaching the empress forbidden, dark arts.Morrigan appears at a ball held at the Winter Palace. She meets with the Inquisitor, informing them that she had fought and killed a Tevinter agent and retrieved a key from the body. She states that it is in her best interest to see Celene spared from the Venatori, for if she is killed, then the Imperial Court would accuse her first and foremost. As she can't leave Celene unattended, she leaves the Inquisitor to find the assassin.
Following the cementing of Orlais' alliance with the Inquisition, Morrigan informs the Inquisitor that she had been assigned as liaison to the Inquisition. As the Inquisition had foiled many of Corypheus' plots, the magister had withdrawn his forces to the Arbor Wilds. Morrigan privately explains Corypheus' goal, as she brings out an eluvian and brings the Inquisitor to a dimension she dubs the Crossroads. She explains that Corypheus seeks an eluvian to enter the Fade and through it the Black City. If the Dark Ritual had been performed or the Warden romanced Morrigan, Morrigan introduces her son, Kieran, to the Inquisitor. If asked about his mother, he replies either that she is "the inheritor, she who awaits the next age" or that she is the Witch of the Wilds, depending on whether Kieran carries the Old God soul or is an ordinary child.
When the Inquisition marches on the Arbor Wilds, Morrigan joins the Inquisitor as they follow Corypheus to the Temple of Mythal. After witnessing the darkspawn disintegrate, only to be reborn in the body of a Grey Warden, they flee inside the temple. Morrigan theorizes that Corypheus possesses similar abilities as an archdemon. Also having heard that Corypheus seeks the Well of Sorrows, it makes Morrigan wonder if the eluvian was truly his goal.
Venturing into the temple, the group encounters ancient elven guardians. If the Inquisitor performs the rituals required to enter the inner sanctum and not take the shortcut like Samson/Calpernia, they encounter the guardians' leader, Abelas. Regardless of whether the Inquisitor chooses to ally with Abelas or not, the elf leaves to destroy the Well before it can be desecrated, compelling Morrigan to transform into a bird and follow him. She manages to reach the well before Abelas. Held at an impasse, Abelas reveals that the Well contains the collective knowledge of all previous servants of Mythal and he fears it would be lost if an outsider drinks from it. If the Inquisitor had allied with him earlier, Abelas can be convinced to leave, other wise Morrigan will kill him before he could destroy the temple, but not before warning that drinking from the Well binds the person to the will of Mythal forever. Either the Inquisitor or Morrigan drinks from the Well, before escaping through the eluvian back to Skyhold.
If Morrigan's Ritual was performed, Kieran will enter Morrigan's eluvian into the Fade and Morrigan chases after him. Joined by the Inquisitor, they find Kieran with Flemeth. When Morrigan attempts to attack, Flemeth magically commands who drunk from the Well to make her stop, revealing herself as a vessel of Mythal. She then offers a deal: Flemeth keeps Kieran and Morrigan is freed from her, or Kieran returns to Morrigan but Flemeth will keep hunting her. Morrigan refuses her offer, willing to even sacrifice her body to her mother to spare her son. With that, Flemeth only takes the Old God essence of Urthemiel from Kieran. Before departing, she tells Morrigan that she was never in danger, because an unwilling host cannot be possessed. If Morrigan's Ritual wasn't performed, then the Inquisitor and Morrigan go to the Altar of Mythal and encounter Flemeth. If Morrigan had drank from the Well, she gains the ability to shapeshift into a dragon and battles with Corypheus' dragon. In the middle of the battle, she ends up defeated and thus is knocked out cold for the remainder of the fight. In the aftermath of Corypheus' defeat, Morrigan departs Skyhold for parts unknown.
But as I have Hawke set right now he lost all of his family during the Blight. He survived by using Blood Magic which mine is a different type. If you seen the trailer for dragon age 2 at the end of it, it’s kind of like that but I will go into more detail about that later on during his story. At first he was locked away but he was set free by the rebel mages. He fought with them and killed Darkspawn as well as Templar’s. After that he was surprised by a nearby town was being attacked by a Ferelden Frostback High Dragon. After killing it the chantry and Templar’s would leave him alone only if they would do their work. Killing Darkspawn as well as Dragons that needed to be killed.
Hmmmm well they are both mages, so it would be be hard for them to know of each other especially given what Hawke does. Maybe you could come with a request or something. Or maybe he could be summoned by you