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Requisitions are a type of repeatable quest in Dragon Age: Inquisition, which can be used to gain Power and Influence.
A requisition quest is obtained by speaking to a requisition officer in any Inquisition camp and choosing the "Report" dialogue option. To refuse the quest, walk away or choose "Not right now"; there is no penalty in doing this. Details on the requisition will be listed in the quest log. It is possible to have an active requisition for each area that contains at least one Inquisition camp, but only one requisition may be active at any given time for a particular area. Requisitions are assigned randomly, and you may receive the same requisition several times in a row.
The quest can be completed at any requisition table at Inquisition camps, near the quartermaster in Haven or Skyhold. To complete a requisition, click on the table, which will show a list of all active requisitions, then click "craft" to complete it (relevant components will be consumed). Requisitions for which all the necessary supplies are listed will be displayed with white text; those which cannot be completed are displayed red.
Each requisition, with the exception of Skyhold upgrades and Haven requisitions (see below), grants +1 Power and a varied amount of Influence (either 100, 200 or 300, based on the level of the area where the quest is obtained).
Requisitions by area Edit
- 100 Influence
- 200 Influence and 50 XP
- According to a thread on EA forums, several people have experienced problems with completing certain requisition quests such as "Lore Requisition on the Plains", where crafting the needed item will consume the materials, but not complete the quest nor give any rewards, thus blocking the acquisition of other requisitions in that area.