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Maferath

Maferath (a.k.a. The Betrayer)

the "mortal" husband of Andraste

Mental characteristics

Personal history

Maferath was born as an Avvar when the Avvars were still part of the Alamarri tribes. His parents, Heggar II and Thelois, were both powerful Alamarri. Through marriage they established a powerful tribe controlling majority of today's eastern Ferelden. Before they died of a common sickness, they managed to train their son as a skilled tactician and general. His childhood friend, Havard became his second in command.   When Maferath was of age, he married Andraste, the daughter of Elderath, the chieftain of an Alamarri-Ciriane tribe, whose lands spread across modern Free Marches and Nevarra, and northern modern Ferelden. When Elderath died, Maferath inherited his lands and through marriage with Andraste they established the biggest Alamarri tribe the world has seen, covering most of modern Ferelden, Nevarra, and Free Marches.   Though he was her husband, Maferath was the one who in the end betrayed Andraste and sold her to the Magisters in exchange for keeping the lands that Andraste had conquered from the weakened Tevinter Imperium. According to the Chantry, Maferath betrayed his wife because he grew tired of being second to the Maker in Andraste's eyes. However, the general consensus among historians is that he betrayed Andraste in order to rule the lands she had conquered.   After his betrayal, Maferath attempted to rule, but when Archon Hessarian converted to the Chant of Light and publicly revealed Maferath's betrayal, the barbarians that had followed Andraste quickly abandoned him and his tribe eventually crumbled. In the end, Maferath was killed by his own sons.   Because of the betrayal of Andraste, Maferath's name has become synonymous with treachery, and is sometimes referred to as "the Betrayer".   Maferath had three sons by his concubine, Gilivhan: Isorath, Evrion, and Verald. It was common practice for Alamarri men to take women as concubines along with their wives, and as it was believed that Andraste was too weak to bear children, Maferath took Gilivhan as his concubine to provide him with heirs. After Gilivhan died, Andraste raised the three sons as her own. Later in life, Andraste proved to be fertile after all, as she bore Maferath two daughters: Ebris and Vivial.

Social

Family Ties

Andraste - Wife,   Gilivhan - Concubine,   Ebris - Daughter,   Vivial - Daughter,   Isorath - Son,   Evrion - Son,   Verald - Son,   Alli Vemar - Granddaughter

Relationships

Maferath

Husband

Towards Andraste

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Andraste

Wife

Towards Maferath

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married

Gilivhan

Lover

Towards Maferath

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Maferath

Lover

Towards Gilivhan

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lovers

Vivial

Daughter

Towards Maferath

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Maferath

Father

Towards Vivial

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parent and child

Ebris

Daughter

Towards Maferath

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Maferath

Father

Towards Ebris

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parent and child

Isorath

Son

Towards Maferath

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Maferath

Father

Towards Isorath

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parent and child

Evrion

Son

Towards Maferath

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Maferath

Father

Towards Evrion

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parent and child

Verald

Son

Towards Maferath

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Maferath

Father

Towards Verald

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parent and child

Species
Human
Ethnicity
Avvar

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