"I'm not the sort of person that leaves things unfinished. I'll see this through, I promise." -Wynne
"But why should you fear death if you are happy with the life you have led, if you can look back on everything and say, 'Yes, I am content. It is enough.'" -Wynne
"Now that you're in an intimate relationship I think maybe I should tell you where babies come from." -Wynne (to Alistair)
When asked to compare a set list of companions to food, BioWare employee Cori May said that Wynne was most comparable to "oatmeal with raisins and honey, and lots of them".
Writer Sheryl Chee who wrote Wynne, has said that when going out for a drink Wynne would "drink the beer, but only good microbrews, none of that mass-produced swill."
The name Wynne originates from the Welsh language, being the female form of the name Wyn (derived from Welsh gwyn meaning "blessed, white, fair"), or as the feminine form of the Anglo-Saxon 'wine', meaning friend, given both that Ferelden is based on Anglo-Saxon England and that Wynne is a companion of the warden.
Wynne is quite the connoisseur when it comes to fine beers and ale, which surprises Oghren.
Wynne is the only companion who doesn't teach her class specialization.