BioWare has sent over some new screens, concept art and a video from Dragon Age: Origins, depicting the City of Haven.
There is a description of the village nestled high up in the mountain range of Frostback past the break.
Apparently it seems to be a pleasant place, until you overstay your welcome. Then again, who likes a visitor to linger over long anyway.
Game’s out in November for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The City of Haven
Some years ago, a lone traveler paid a visit to a tavern in Denerim, and after imbibing a great quantity of ale related a tale of his travels to the tavern-keeper. The traveler claimed to have stumbled upon a strange village high in the Frostback Mountains. The village was peaceful, he said, and the villagers polite, if a little aloof. They fed him and watered his horse, and then urged him to be on his way. When he lingered too long, suddenly their mood changed. Their faces grew cold and knives appeared, and the traveler was told that what was to happen next “was done in Andraste’s name and for the good of all.” He fled in a panic and could not afterwards retrace his path. The traveler took a room at the tavern and yet never slept there. He disappeared that night and was not heard from again.