Dragon Age Infographic by Alanna Cervenak, via Behance. I personally can't believe that many people supported the mages. I always side with the Templars.

I play warriors and mages. I got And as for mage-vs-templar, technically, the elves have it worse than the mages.

closeup of an adult male peregrine falcon, photo by John Hyde. The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus), also known as the peregrine, and historically as the duck hawk in North America, is a widespread bird of prey in the family Falconidae. A large, crow-sized falcon, it has a blue-grey back, barred white underparts, and a black head.

Closeup of an adult male Peregrine Falcon. The peregrine falcon is a widespread bird of prey in the family Falconidae. A large, crow-sized falcon, it has a blue-grey back, barred white underparts, and a black head.

Male Sparrowhawk very common where I live. In fact my uncle had to move his bird table as his resident Sparrowhawk was taking advantage of the little hungry birds who were more interested in the seeds and nuts and not the predators watching from the treetops!!

Male Sparrowhawk Art Print by Paul Scoullar

Hawk  - from my Warrior Fay Collection #warrior #malefairy #fantasyart www.mysticmoonmedia.com

Image detail for -Hawk" Male Warrior Fairy by *MysticMoonMedia on deviantART

Pale Male Hawk in NYC July 31, 2015

Pale Male Hawk in NYC July 31, 2015

Red-tailed hawk, different morph from back home

Red tail hawk, the bird who's call is featured in many Western/Cowboy films

Northern Harrier ~ A long-winged, long-tailed hawk of open grassland and marshes, the Northern Harrier forages by flying slowly low above the ground looking for small rodents. It is one of the few raptors in which the sexes look quite different: the male is white below with a light gray back and hood, the female is mottled in browns.

Northern Harrier ~ A long-winged, long-tailed hawk of open grassland and marshes, the Northern Harrier forages by flying slowly low above the ground looking for small rodents. It is one of the few raptors in which the sexes look quite different.

Male Cooper's Hawk with 3 chicks by Thomas Muir, via Flickr.  He is still sitting on two eggs.

Male Cooper's Hawk with 3 chicks-exactly what we had in our backyard last Spring!

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