A new pack of items has been released for Dragon Age: Inquisition, titled Spoils of the Qunari. The description of the DLC can be read on their official site as follows:
"Finally, a content pack that satisfies the demands of the Qun has arrived for Dragon Age: Inquisition! With the Spoils of the Qunari item pack, you can now proudly represent your dedication to discipline and bring a touch of Par Vollen style to your Inquisition. Personalize your game experience with new loot, crafting schematics, a massive warrior throne for Skyhold, and an armored war mount!
The Spoils of the Qunari item pack is available to download now on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 for $4.99. Learn more about it here."Read more >
If you are still one of those who did not acquire Dragon Age: Inquisition, or if you own the console version of it and want to give it a go on the PC, BioWare has news for you.
"Dragon Age: Inquisiton Trial" was just made available through Origin for free. The Trial version will let players enjoy six hours of the single player campaign of the game, and unlimited multiplayer, essentially making Inquisition's multiplayer a Free to Play. No news about such development for consoles.Read more >
Hey, guys! As you may have seen in a recent forum topic, the Dragon Age wiki is helping wikia test out a new "flags" system. Read here for the official info.
What this basically is is a replacement for the current templates we use on articles such as , etc. Instead of manually going into an article to add one of these tags, you can just click on the edit dropdown box and select "flags" this will bring up a box with all of the current flags that can be used. Just check the box next to the one(s) you want to add, fill in the fields (like what info is missing, or the name of the article to "see also", and voila! They're added to the article. You can also hover over an existing flag on an article to edit it.
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Good News Everyone!
New Features have been added to Dragon Age: Inquisition Multiplayer!
Enter the Proving Grounds
If you’re looking to ease your way into Dragon Age: Inquisition’s multiplayer, look no further than the Proving Grounds! Whether you’re trying multiplayer for the first time or want to test out a new character or weapon, the Proving Grounds is the perfect environment to get your feet wet.
The Proving Grounds begin with a guided experience to help you familiarize yourself with multiplayer. A team of AI-controlled agents will accompany you on your mission—at a reduced difficulty level to introduce gameplay mechanics without leaving you feeling overwhelmed.
Once you’ve completed the tutorial, you can come back to the Proving Grounds a…
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"DRAGONS! Venture deep enough into the far reaches of Thedas, and you're bound to cross paths with Dragon Age: Inquisition's apex predators. They're big, they're bad—Maker's breath, they're even in the title of our game—and now they're coming to Skyhold! We've added a new dragon-themed prop set for you to use at Skyhold, but it's only available to the worthiest warriors.
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How can you get this cool new set of items for your Inquisition? Play the Fereldan Castle map in multiplayer mode and defeat one of its three dragons. Easier said than done! Whether you team up with a group of agents or perform this challenging feat by yourself, the choice is yours. Take down a dragon by any means necessary, and you'll be awarded this prop set for your sin…
Don't know why I'm doing this, this is Lazare's job. Or HD3's. Anyway, the eighth patch for Inquisition went live . This one focuses on multiplayer fixes and adjustments.
Detailed changes include:
- Introduced the Save Importer, allowing players to migrate their save games to current-gen consoles. Click here for more details.
- [Multiplayer] Introduced new and rare high level weapons, including some from the Avvar clans.
- [Multiplayer] Introduced one new T4 accessory.
- [Multiplayer] Introduced Proving Grounds, a new tutorial level accessible from the class selection screen.
- [Multiplayer] Introduced Nightmare difficulty, a step up from Perilous.
- [Multiplayer] Fixed an issue that caused the Multiplayer menu to be reloaded after a quick match failur…
BioWare will no longer create Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC for last generation consoles. The link, which can be found here, details how 'existing Playstation 3 and Xbox 360' players will still be able to carry their save files over to current generation consoles, if they stick within the 'same family.' Also, if you happened to have purchased DLC for your last generation version, you will be able to carry them over for free. This news comes after Mike Laidlaw himself talked about the difficulties of creating content for previous generation consoles, which forced some ideas to be cut out, so any future DLC may incorporate these 'ideas.' Nonetheless, you are still expected to buy a new copy of the game--without any discounted price--though the …Read more >
Good News Everyone!
A new Dragon Age Comic series wil be released this november!
Dragon Age: Magekiller, Dark Horse Comics' upcoming ongoing series set in the world of Dragon Age, is an official addition to the setting that promises to show us some never-before-seen sights from the far reaches of Thedas. But if there's any reason to get more excited about it, it's that it's being written by one of the smartest writers in comics today, Greg Rucka, and he's a big fan.
Rucka is a long time lover of roleplaying games — pen and paper or computer-based — and considers them an excellent storytelling tool, especially for folks who write regular old non-interactive fiction. As far as computer roleplaying games go, Bioware has his respect and affection…
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So, a while back I got Dragon Age II: BioWare signature edition. I have been looking around everywhere and even checking back at the chantry board to see if I can start the Exiled Prince dlc. But nothing happens. Do I have to download it or something? Same with the Black Emporium.
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Hey everyone! Name is Rieza and I am new to the Dragon Age Wikia!
Thought I would become part of the community since I have been playing the Dragon Age series recently and thought it would learn more about the lore!
I have played DA:Origins (but not completed), DA2 and DA: Inquisition. I am now on my second play-through of Inquisition but currently torn between 2 classes: Warrior 2-handed and Mage as my second character to complete the story with!
So with introductions done, I am happy to join in within the community and will start contributing when I come across something new :) in the mean time, I'm always up for a chat so just pop me a message on my wall or say hello in chat :)
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Hey, hope everyone's doing alright.
What I would love to see is a DLC for the Codex Entry: The Black Vials. I feel like there was a massive waste of potential for a very compelling and serious storyline. I would love to know how the Revenants came to be, who they were, and why they were created. They're powerful opponents, and I feel like I'm dishonoring their story by not knowing it. I would also like to meet the people who "Bound" the Revenants, and what their motivation for being a part of the quest was.
If anybody has any thoughts, or ideas about the Revenants and their stories, please feel free to share.
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Good News Everyone!
To celebrate the upcoming release of Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 2 BioWare have released a new short story about Calpernia written by Joanna Berry. It is titled Paying the Ferryman.
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I know it has been prolly said to death around here, but I really think the devs should patch the game to allow spaces when renaming crafted items... It's kinda lame that if you want to rename something more than one word, you need to backspace and use the words that are already there... Cap the characters if its a space issue, but please let us use spaces!!!
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Good News Everyone! Bioware has also released a new patch adding some new options and fixing several bug issues for Dragon Age: Inquisition!
Please see below for details.
Dragon Age™: Inquisition Patch 7
- [PC] Added new feature that allows users to sheathe and unsheathe their weapons. This feature can be accessed via the key-binding screen.
- [PC] Fixed an issue which could result in fog looking wrong when running SLI/Crossfire configurations
- [PC] Fixed an issue which would place the AOE targetting reticule to be placed in odd locations when using the mouse look toggle feature
- [PC] Fixed some issues which could cause flickering when alt-tabbing while running the game under SLI / Crossfire.
- [PC][Xbox 360][Xbox One] Fix for Dragon’s Bane Achievement t…
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BioWare (finally) announced that the Black Emporium will be released on May 5th on all platforms for no extra charge.
Some features include new gear/schematics, the Mirror of Transformation (allowing you to change your Inquisitor's appearance), and two new thrones for people who played DAO and DA2!Read more >
BioWare have announced a new expansion for their multiplayer platform which will allow you to test your 'mettle' against dragons! New agents include: Zither, Isabela and the Avvar warrior Skywatcher. The full details can be found here. It is available on May 5th at no additional cost on all platforms.Read more >
To celebrate the upcoming release of Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 2 BioWare have released a new short story about Samson written by Joanna Berry. It is titled Paper and Steel.
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'While BioWare is remaining tight lipped about continued work on Dragon Age: Inquisition, it looks like fans of the popular role-playing franchise still have something to look forward to after the title’s first DLC lands on all remaining platforms after releasing on the Xbox One and PC earlier this year as a timed exclusive. Giving fans hope for continued support for the game, Dragon Age: Inquisition creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed on Twitter that the team still has plans to continue developing content for the title in the future.
Unfortunately, Laidlaw couldn’t go into details about exactly what is being worked on. For now, Dragon Age: Inquisition fans will simply have to take comfort in knowing that BioWare still has something th…Read more >
Good News Everyone!
Bioware have announced a new DLC character for Dragon Age: Inquisition Multiplayer! They also gave some rather obvious hints as to further mutliplayer characters they're looking to add.
ZITHER!, the Virtuoso, revealed for Dragon Age: Inquisition Multiplayer!
ZITHER! was once a household name in Orlais, playing for packed auditoriums of nobility and commoners alike. But then the Circles rebelled, his templar manager tried to kill him, and he’s frittered away all his gold drinking in a riverside tavern in Cumberland for the past two years, unable to get a gig. The Inquisition is his one chance at a comeback tour, and he's going to grab it with both bejeweled hands.
Mark of the Riff
Can't Stop the Music Icon
A Little Knig…
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Good News Everyone! Bioware have announced a new Dragon Age Web Browser based game!
Dark Cave, Deep Love A Tale of Nug Meets Nug
Embark on a bold new adventure in never-before-seen parts of Thedas. As the new nug in Nugtown, it's your time to make friends, find love, and avoid getting eaten.
Explore vast fields and deep caves in a world where the promise of adventure lies around every corner, as does sudden, inexplicable death.
Dress up, head out, and stay in the shadows as you go looking for love in all the nug places.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition executive producer Mark Darrah confirmed on his personal Twitter account that the Black Emporium is expected to launch towards the beginning of May.
Providing further details on the Black Emporium update, Darrah also confirmed that the upcoming features will absolutely be offered to existing Dragon Age: Inquisition players as a free download.
Many Dragon Age: Inquisition fans initially thought that the Black Emporium was intended to be included as part of Patch 5. So when that update released without the Emporium, some users were upset by its absence. The confusion stemmed from the fact that BioWare first announced the Black Emporium alongside all Patch 5 content for the new PC beta program.
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A new trailer will arrive tomorrow for the recently announced: Jaws of Hakkon DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. Following the achievements leak, there's no surprise that they were preparing to unveil information in this regards. This is likely to be the first single player story DLC for the game. The DLC will be released tomorrow, as confirmed by BioWare through Twitter.Read more >
Some specializations appeared and evolved in the game series more than once. They are templar, reaver, berserker, guardian, assassin, duelist, shadow, arcane warrior, blood mage and spirit healer. Here is what I think about their changes
Assassin focused on increasing damage, in Origins it was hardly visible. It has bee most powerful in Dragon Age II because it had a deadly ability called Assassination. Some say it's overpowered but I liked it exacly for this. In Inquisition it focuses on increasing damages again rather than on deadly abilities and Assassination was replaced by Hidden Blades which is still useful. I find adding Knockout Bomb unnecessary. Mark of death is trade mark of the specialization and it didn't change much in sequels. …Read more >
Spoilers lurk within these links! Beware!
According to this website four new achievements have appeared (The four at the bottom here: http://www.xboxachievements.com/game/dragon-age-inquisition-xbox-one/achievements/), suggesting certain things about the upcoming story DLC including something about a legendery figure, an avaar hold and winter shards.
I would also like to point out that those achievements have some screenshots included with them which may give even more clues to the DLC.
So what do you think? Could this be Bioware trying to throw us off or are these achievement leaks real?!Read more >
The achievement listing for Inquisition on Xboxachievements.com has been updated with four new achievements, related to the upcoming unnamed DLC. These achievements contain spoilers, so view at your own risk.
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Old gods = Elven gods = Ancient elven dreamers Created the golden city as a resting place for the oldest elves to dream in Uhtenera.
When Fen'HArel/Solas locked the elven gods away, he placed them in different locations around thedas deep underground.
With the fall of Arlathan, and the loss of elven immortality caused by a tevinter entering the crossroads, there for altering elven magic, the golden city turns black to symbolise death and betrayal.
Fast forward to the magisters entering the fade, a ritual taught to them by the slumbering dreamers in the fade, believed to be 'old gods, they were led to the black city by the dreamers in hopes of being awoken, and freed of their prison. Fen'Harel had planned for this occassion, and cursed the cit…Read more >
Mike Laidlaw has given a fascinating interview to Eurogamer magazine. WARNING: MILD INQUSITION SPOILERS
Laidlaw reflects on what went well (and not so well) with Inquisition, and gives some hints about DLC plans. As to content of DLC, he states: "The two big pulls are - 'I want more of this game' and 'I've reached the ending and I want to know more about the characters, or one specific character'," Laidlaw says. "I don't want to go into too much detail but I'm well aware of both of those camps and I'd like to see both of those groups satisfied before we're done."
As to timing for the DLC, Eurogamer states: "We won't spoil the post-credits scene here, but it sounds like BioWare is planning on telling at least a little more of that story soone…Read more >
Okay, so I recently started messing around with the Dragon Age Keep. I plan on playing Inquisition, and figured I'd look around. Unfortunately, I accidently changed the default name of one of the preset characters (because I lost my DA: Origins and DA: II data) into something stupid. I want to change it back, but I can't remember what the name was.
If anyone could find it and tell me I'd appreciate it. It's the default name of the Human Male Warrior. Remember, on Dragon Age Keep.
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According to an article on GameInformer, as well as several Tweets from his personal Twitter account, lead writer David Gaider has left the Dragon Age franchise to write for another Bioware IP, though which specifically is yet unknown. Writing for the Dragon Age franchise will be taken over by Patrick Weekes. Full details on his departure are available in this article.
UPDATE: Patrick Weekes will NOT take over characters previously written by David Gaider, as seen here. https://twitter.com/PatrickWeekes/status/573218932720459778Read more >
I’m one of those people who couldn’t stand Vivienne my first playthrough. On my second playthrough, I considered not recruiting her at all. She’s rude and her side quests add little to her character development or the main storyline. I honestly couldn't find any worth to having her around.
Players who like Vivienne often report enjoyment of her sass and her mastery of The Game. At first, I really couldn’t see it. Vivienne’s sass drove me up the wall, regardless of whatever insights into her character you gain through party banter. (Did you know she was nearly possessed during her harrowing and that’s why she’s so afraid of Demons and Cole?)
A master of The Game… how? She joins the Inquisition and then just kind of sits there. I don’t see her…Read more >
Hail to the stones! My brothers at arms. Hail to the stones! for darkspawn come. Hail to the stones my brothers! and sound the alarms, Hail to the stones! for our lives are done! -- 22:11, February 21, 2015 (UTC)Read more >
Whether you hate or love Anders, i think we can all agree that he is a pivotal character, the one that sparked the fires of War.
Assuming he has been spared at the end of Dragon Age 2, it is stated by Varric that the other mages ressented him for throwing them in this war, and he had to leave.
So he would appear he is now alone.
I can't lie, i was hoping for a quest to find him in Inquisition, just to see how much he would have changed (if he only had). And also, depending on his persona, whoop his ass.
One thing reignited my hope for his future appearance, though it would be kind of a stretch...
And it is that concept art for Inquisition: http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20141216194219/dragonage/images/d/d7/Inquisition_Hermit_concept.jpg
This…Read more >
Why does a game enchant people like us and what is your opinion on Games? To me Games are a wolrd of fantasy of worlds unseen by the common norm, a world of different reality then our own, a world that we (as gamers) could go too to escape our normaly stres life. It is where imagination and dreams come alive.
But where is the line between reality and reality. People of today view games as another influence, but forget how the word works, how harsh it is, and how it easily it can influence the mind. Same goes for life, they forget that the mind set of a person is based on how he or she grows up and the environment they are in. so they place the blam on the medium and not the sorce, the true sorce. Sad as it is, it still goes on today.
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Spoiler warning for Dragon Age: Inquisition. Continue at your own risk.
Possibly the hardest decision in not only Dragon Age: Inquisition, but perhaps the entire Dragon Age series (past and future) or Bioware games in general, is choosing between saving Hawke or the Warden.
Basically, Hawke and his/her Warden friend join your party as you work to clean up the giant mess the Wardens have made. An arch demon appears, destroys a tower, and the entire party falls to what would certainly have been their deaths had the Inquisitor not been able to open a rift to the fade.
Thing is, once you are in the fade, it’s hard to get out. And at the end of the line, you have to choose who is going to stay behind and help cover your exit (the game warns that charac…
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From GameInformer "BioWare has announced a closed beta program for Dragon Age: Inquisition's Patch 5 for the PC version of the game. The patch includes customization features, a new shop called the Black Emporium, and the much-needed party storage feature.
"The Black Emporium contains epic weapons, artifacts, new crafting schematics, and the Mirror of Transformation. This lets you change your voice and facial appearance, and other customization options are available via an item tinter that lets you change the color of your armor with crafting materials. The patch also contains accesability improvements such as additional mouse button bindings.
"The party storage feature will be in the Undercroft.
"The developer says that sign-up for the close…
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We have just received the answers to the questions presented to Alix Wilton Regan that we gathered from the Dragon Age community in early January 2015! Alix is one of the voice actors for The Inquisitor.
1. What made you want to do voice acting? How did you start out in voice acting? Erm – desperation? ; )
- In all honesty I never really planned my voice-acting career, but the opportunities I’ve been fortunate enough to be offered have been some of the most brilliant turns of fate in my life. I have played a huge range of characters in computer games to date (everything from warrior princesses, to raging queens, to malicious goblins, to a cactus) and the creative freedom is a huge joy. Voice acting is now one of my greatest pleasures and the…
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I've been lurking a bit on this wikia (mostly regarding the game and lore) and after playing Inquisition i started to put things together. This is really my two cent, feel free to add your thoughts, but remember, let's keep it civil, thank you.
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So, as most of you must know by now, Solas is the Dread Wolf Fen'harel. And Mythal is (or was) Flemeth.
We also know Solas emprisonned the other Elven Gods.
They were 9 Elven Gods.
They were 7 Tevinter Old Gods slumbering in the earth.
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If you were worried whether or not BioWare will release any additional content to Dragon Age: Inquisition any time soon, worry no more, for Mark Darrah confirmed DLC is in the works via his twitter.
If the official website is to be any indication, Xbox One and PC will get the new downloadable content or contents before Xbox 360, PS 3, and PS4, as the website states that "Premiere Add-On Content Coming to Console First on Xbox One".
No more details are known at the moment, and thus it is not known whether it will be a story-based DLC, or maybe more of an item pack.Read more >
My first Inquisitor was a angry female Mage who wanted mages freedom and she did just that. World didnt end. Leliana is a Revered Mother and Celene is still on the Throne, Grey Wardens are still alive and well and all the Templars are dead. This is how it should be. BUT, my second Inquisitor is an opposite of my first. My frienly female rogue Qunari sided with Templars and wants only order and peace. Mages be damned! But I really like my first Inquisitor more. What are your Inquisitors like?--Jak Darckner (talk) 09:46, January 31, 2015 (UTC) The DarcknerRead more >
So, ever since I finished up my first playthrough of Inquisition, well actually from the moment I started it, I’ve had theories and story ideas flying around my head, colliding with each other. Suffice to say, the words were mush. So, I’ve decided to, yet again, share my ideas with any of you who care to read them.
Goes without saying, but...
Mucho mucho spoilers ahead.
Seriously. This is the point of no return....
Well sorry for the great old big wall of text... Now...
Where to begin, ah yes! The fate of the inquisitor!
That epilogue left everyone pretty much gobsmacked, right? Solas is Fen’harel(?), or at least someone known by the mantle of “Dread Wolf”. And he wants to help the elves of Thedas, minus Sera. Since in his words, she is as much …
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EA today released its financial results for Q3 of Fiscal Year 2015. EA does not give out specific numbers anymore but they did have this to say about the sales performance for Dragon Age: Inquisition:
"Dragon Age: Inquisition captivated fans and critics worldwide and it quickly became the most successful launch in BioWare™ history in addition to being named to more than 200 “Game of the Year” lists. The single player campaign alone has been enjoyed for more than 113 million hours."
It would seem that a Dragon Age 4 is almost a certainty at this point.
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Today Bioware has released the tavern songs from Dragon Age: Inquisition, as well as the music sheets for them. They'll be available for free download until February 9th. After that, they'll be released for purchase.
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BioWare has just released their patch notes for the third patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The fixes are as follows:
- Added key binding that allows players to walk.
- Added mouse cursor scaling.
- Fixed issue that could result in the mouse getting stuck in mouse-look mode when players alt-tabbed out of the game in full-screen mode.
- Fixed display bars to correctly reflect items that alter maximum health.
- Changed party banter system to be less random to prevent extra-long periods where no conversations would occur.
- Fixed issue that could result in one of Dorian’s conversations not being available for some players.
- Fixed issue that could result in a cutscene not firing for Dorian’s plot when players enter the Gull and Lantern.
- Fixed issue that could res…
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Did You Drink From The Well Of Sorrows? ---SPOILER WARNING--
Party: LVL 20 Avalon, Solas, Dorian, Blackwall (Morrigan thrown in, but not during battle) Tactics used: AVALON: Deathblow, Stealth, Flank Attack, Flask of fire, Evade, Mark of the Rift, Twin Fangs and Shadow StrikeSOLAS: Barrier, Chain Lightning, Energy Barrage, Fade Step, Revival, Firestorm, Stone Fist, Veilstrike DORIAN: Haste, Horror, Chain Lightning, Blizzard, Flashfire, Walking Bomb, Wall of Fire, Wall of Ice, Winter's Grasp BLACKWALL: Block & Slash, Combat Roll, Counterstrike, Grappling Chain, Mighty Blow, Pommel Strike, Walking Fortress, Whirlwind
Spread out your ranged mages, Dorian and Solas, have your two tanks run straight for one enemy at a time, have the mages ca…Read more >
Does anybody know what a group of Golems is called? I know a group of witches or vampires is called a Coven. I read somewhere what a group of Golems is called.. but now I can't find it. Can anyone help? Thanks.Read more >
We are so excited to have the opportunity to bring you a Q&A with the voice of The Inquisitor - Alix Wilton Regan. Along with her work on Inquisition, Alix has also performed voice-overs in Dragon Age: Origins and Awakening. You might also recognize her voice in Mass Effect 3 as Samantha Traynor and Lady Calista in The Last Story for Nintendo. She is an award winning actress, starring in Television, Theater and several Feature Films including The Wolfman and Real Playing Game.
We are currently gathering questions from the wikia community to present to her. You can ask her about her work on the games, her background in voice acting or anything else related to those areas. Please use the comment section below and have your que…
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A new skill calculator / build planner is now available for use over at RPG-Gaming courtesy of a reddit user Koth12
The calculator features the ability to select any of the 3 main classes in game and features all 21 skill trees complete with descriptions of each of the available skills.
Planning your character is as simple as clicking on each of the relevant skills in a given tree. The interface has been designed to mimic the in game skill trees as closely as possible. Allocating skills will show the total number of skill points allocated so that you can match this to the desired number of skill points to be spent in game. The calculator will also show the 8 available active skills beneath the allocated skill point total in a similar positio…
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Tiran, The White Wolf, Herald of Andraste, Lord Inquisitor, Slayer of Dragons, Nemesis of Corypheus and Chosen one of The Maker.
Many are the titles that follow Tiran, aka The White Wolf, the name of my first Dragon Age Inquisition character. As you (or some of you at least) can probably guess from the name, Tiran is slightly inspired from The Witcher's main protagonist, Geralt. Most of the inspiration can be seen in Tiran’s physical appearance; he has neck long white hair, purple eyes (because The Targaryens are awesome), a solid jawline, manly features and somewhat rough skin.
Class: dual dagger rogue - Killing is awesome. killing fast and with an ice cold attitude is even awesomer (made myself a word)... its a win win.
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On my 1st Play thru I found a Wooden Platform laying on the Ground on Top of a Sand Dune in the Southeast Corner of the Map. When I did a Search I could see a Chest and a Ladder to Climb Out. I must have spent 2 hours running around trying to find the Tunnel that led into this spot. In my Frustration I hit the Jump Key by accident. I saw the Platform Wiggle, so I kept Jumping. After the 4th Jump I fell into the Pit. Inside the Chest is 200gp or so and a Unique Greatsword called Verdict. It is a Level 11 Item and you need to be Level 8 to wield it. It is DPS 181 and as a Level 8 Warrior it Kicks Ass.Read more >
There has been some argument about what "Qunari" actually are, rather specifically what the word means. Qunari is sometimes used to refer to all people who follow the philosophies of the Qun, but it is typically used to refer specifically to the Ox-men, those with the metallic skin tones, huge size, and horns.
There are also special terms to refer to the culture that predates the Qun, and for converts to the Qun. Its been commented that the Kossith, the culture that predates the Qun, may have had people that hardly resembles the modern Qunari as well.
I think I have it worked out, it has been said in a few sources that the Qunari practice a form of Eugenics and/or selective breeding for the traits they desire.
The term "Qunari" seems to speci…Read more >