Ring of Doubt is a unique ring in Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Acquisition Edit

Inquisition Edit

Trespasser Edit

Lore Edit

Created by a young Tevinter magister who was forced to wed to a woman with whom he was not enamored. The young magister cleverly enchanted his wedding ring with the power of invisibility, planning to slip away unnoticed as soon as the ring slipped on his finger. Unfortunately, the enchantment spell went awry and doubt of his very existence soon spread. Cursed with fat fingers, the mage was forced to live as a faint shadow of a person. He spent the last of his days pushing books off of cabinets and tripping people to prove his own existence.

Notes Edit

  • When combined with armor or weaponry that was made with Fade-Touched Craggy Skin, which increases speed while in stealth by 75%, the controlled character can run indefinitely at speeds significantly faster than a mount. Unlike normal game play, the controlled character moves faster when jumping and/or with their weapon unsheathed. Frequently using the search function while running will keep the character from re-sheathing their weapon.
  • Like Stealth, character equipped with the item grants a 50% damage bonus (an equivalent of +100 magic / willpower) when exiting stealth by activating an ability.
  • Both damage bonus and guarantee on critical hits last for 1.5 seconds. Consequently, ranged characters whose abilities may require prime time and/or lengthy projectile animation receive less benefit from it.

Trivia Edit

  • This item is one of the winning entries from the "Untold Relics of Thedas" contest held by Bioware.[1]

References Edit

  1. Untold Relics of Thedas Contest Winners