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The Inquisitor's dialogue contains remarks made by the Inquisitor throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition.

The Inquisitor's remarks Edit

  • (Search action indicating hidden item)
    • "Let's look around..."
    • "There must be something here."
    • "Might be something here. Better take a closer look..."

Combat comments Edit

Low health

  • "Back me up!"
  • "I need some help!"
  • "I'm falling back!"

Companion falls

Companion injured

Enemy killed

  • "Haha! Goodbye!"
  • "One down!"
  • "Die!"

Location comments Edit

Cradle of Sulevin Edit

  • (Upon entry)
    • Inquisitor: So this is where the Sulevin Blade was lost.
    • Blackwall: Doesn't look so dangerous. Perhaps the stories were just that.
    • Solas: Lost or misused? There is a reason it was never reclaimed.
    • Cole: Lots of things are lost here.
  • (By an altar)
    • Inquisitor: There’s an altar.
    • Iron Bull: All right. Let's mess with it and see what happens.
    • Cassandra: Be careful. This place is far too quiet for my liking.
    • Vivienne: If the elves performed some sort of magic here... we should proceed with caution, Inquisitor.
    • Solas: Be careful. There may be a reason this ground has lain undisturbed for so long.
  • (After recovering a piece for Ruined Blade)
    • Inquisitor: It's only part of the sword. The elves broke it, after all.
    • Dorian: And no one's recovered it since, thanks to the Revenant.
    • Vivienne: That corpse was possessed by a pride demon. No doubt drawn by the elves' use of blood magic.
    • Solas: They performed a ritual they did not understand. It appears they paid the consequences for it.
    • Solas: That corpse was possessed by a pride demon. I doubt it was alone.
    • Inquisitor: There must be more altars.
  • (After recovering the final piece for Ruined Blade)
    • Inquisitor: The final piece of the sword.
    • Inquisitor: Perhaps Dagna can find a way to restore it.

Crestwood Edit

  • (First time only, moving from down from the camp to the lakeside)
    • Inquisitor: There must be a way to get to the rift in the lake.
    • Cassandra: Yes. Preferably without drowning.
    • Iron Bull: Swimming?
    • Dorian: You mean, aside from wearing all your armor and wading in.
    • Varric: Maybe the locals will lend us a boat.
    • Cole: It sounds different. The water changes the song.
  • (After meeting the Grey Wardens who are looking for Hawke’s Warden contact)
    • Inquisitor: None of those Wardens mentioned a new leader. I don’t think they’re part of Corypheus’s plot to seize the Order.
    • Cassandra: I do not think so, either. The infiltration in their ranks may be subtle.
    • Cole: They stay by oaths sworn in blood. Not theirs, then their own. They're true.
    • Inquisitor: I hope Hawke’s Warden friend has answers for us.
  • (Approaching Caer Bronach)
    • Inquisitor: There's the keep the Mayor talked about, and the bandits.
    • Cassandra: The walls look sturdy. Taking it wouldn't be easy.
    • Iron Bull: Gate open, no patrols. Risky, but we could rush it.
    • Cole: They're frightened inside, trapped by walls that protect them.
  • (Approaching the door that leads towards the dam after capturing the Keep) Here. The mayor said the dam controls were through this gate.
  • (Approaching the dam) That building on the dam must be where we can open the floodgates.
  • (By the floodgate controls)
    • Inquisitor: The mayor said darkspawn destroyed these controls ten years ago. Who repaired them?
    • Varric: Good point. Let’s ask the mayor.
    • Cole: The mayor. His shame had this shape.
    • Sera: Right. Something stinks besides fish and... fish.
  • (Entering Old Crestwood for the first time)
    • Inquisitor: So this is Old Crestwood.
    • Cole: They were scared when the water came.
    • Varric: (Coughs.) Smell just hits you, doesn't it?
    • Vivienne: (Coughs.) Delightful. I should've brought a handkerchief.
    • Solas: I can feel the weakness in the Veil even above ground.
    • Solas: Spirits are being called here like moths to flame.
  • (Old Crestwood - seeing spirits)
    • Inquisitor: These spirits must have come through the rift.
    • Vivienne: At least they're calm. How refreshing.
    • Dorian: Let's close it before more of them decide to try on corpses.
    • Cole: One's looking.
    • Cole: I'm Cole. Don't be afraid!
  • (Old Crestwood - in the mayor’s old house)
    • Inquisitor: There’s a plaque. This was the mayor’s old home.
    • Cassandra: I doubt he'll want it back. Should we inquire?
    • Cole: The mayor dreams about this place. Shock and shame and hurt. I don’t know why.
    • Inquisitor: We could ask him.
  • (Old Crestwood - upon finding the letter in the mayor’s old house) A letter from Crestwood’s mayor. Damp but legible.
  • (Old Crestwood - finding the entrance to the Flooded Caves) Where does this lead?
  • (Entering the Flooded Caves)
    • Inquisitor: Let’s go seal that Fade rift.
If Cole is in the party:
  • Cole: It’s humming below us. A window, wanting, wandering, looking back at what’s looking.
  • Vivienne: How reassuring.
  • Solas: Cole believes we are headed in the correct direction.
  • Dorian: Our resident expert seems to think we're on the right path.
If Cole is not in the party:
  • Vivienne: After you, my dear.
  • Varric: You lead. I always get turned around underground.
  • Cassandra: A path. Did the villagers use this place for anything?
  • (Flooded Caves - finding bodies in the caves)
    • Inquisitor: Bodies? Were people living down here when Old Crestwood flooded?
    • Vivienne: A terrible way to die, drowning.
    • Dorian: Claw marks on the walls. (Sighs.) Best not to think about it too much.
    • Iron Bull: Bad way to go.
    • Varric: Poor bastards. I’m going to have nightmares just thinking about it.
    • Cole: Yes. A wall of water, washing over. Lungs tight to bursting, and then suddenly soft, sleepy, sliding away.
  • (Flooded Caves - dwarven ruins)
    • Inquisitor: There’s dwarven ruins down here.
    • Varric: Looks like an old outpost. What's it doing here?
    • Vivienne: This area is more storied than I thought.
    • Solas: The dwarves built well. Their runes still sing.
    • Dorian: The whole area is still lit up. Remarkable.
  • (Flooded Caves - sealing the fade rift)
    • Cassandra: The dead will finally rest easy in Crestwood.
    • Dorian: That should stop the undead hordes from attacking Crestwood.
    • Inquisitor: Let's tell the mayor.
  • (Flooded Caves)
    • Solas: These ruins seem endless. How far to the surface?
    • Cassandra: Are you sure this is the way to the surface?
    • Inquisitor: I feel a draft. There must be a way out nearby.
  • (Flooded Caves - Family of nugs)
    • Inquisitor: The nugs seem to like it down here.
    • Varric: I bet. Ever tried braised nug with elfroot? It was my brother's favorite when we were growing up.
    • Varric: Tastes moldy and dry at the same time.
    • Cassandra: Delightful.
    • Vivienne: I don't understand your fascination, Inquisitor.
    • Vivienne: Some of the ladies at court keep the little vermin as pets.
    • Cassandra: I suppose they dress them in collars with jewels?
    • 'Vivienne: You might not be so charmed by waking up to one of the beasts snoring in your ear.
    • Cole: It's quiet. They like the quiet.
    • Cole: Dwarves used to trap them, but they don't remember the dwarves.
    • Cole: Even dwarves don't really remember the dwarves.
    • Cassandra: You know, Leliana used to keep one as a pet.
    • Inquisitor: You're joking.
    • Cassandra: I am not. What was its name again? Schmeples? Shmuples?
    • Cassandra: It is right on the tip of my tongue...
  • (Reading the mayor’s letter of confession)
    • Inquisitor: A letter of confession from the mayor?
    • Inquisitor: It says he was the one who flooded Old Crestwood ten years ago. To stop the Blight from spreading.
    • Varric: I knew he was nervous about more than the undead.
    • Cassandra: It’s monstrous, but if it stopped the Blight from wiping out the entire village...
    • Iron Bull: Villagers learn about this, they're not going to be happy.
    • Dorian: What a sad mess. Will the Inquisition bring him in?
    • Vivienne: The mayor's wracked with guilt. If he hadn't confessed, I doubt we'd have found out.
  • (Approaching Glenmorgan Mine, if the Inquisitor sided with the mages)
    • Inquisitor: Red Templars ahead.
    • Cassandra: Be cautious. They look well armed.
    • Iron Bull: They look serious.
  • (Approaching Glenmorgan Mine, if the Inquisitor sided with the templars)
    • Inquisitor: Over there. Venatori.
    • Varric: This bunch look tough. Watch your step.
  • (When reinforcements arrive during High Stakes, if the Inquisitor sided with the mages)
    • Inquisitor: Reinforcements!
    • Dorian: More Templars. What would have happened if Corypheus hadn’t interfered?
    • Cassandra: To think they swore themselves to the Maker's service.
  • (When reinforcements arrive during High Stakes, if the Inquisitor sided with the templars)
    • Inquisitor: Reinforcements!
    • Cole: Venatori. Hungry, hateful ready to hurt people. And they're afraid. They should be.

Emerald Graves Edit

  • (After encountering Freemen)
    • Inquisitor: More Freemen?
    • Cole: This is where they’re strongest.
  • (Locating a letter for Before the Dawn)
    • Inquisitor: A note. It claims this red lyrium’s not coming from the Deep Roads.
    • Inquisitor: Another letter on the smugglers, referring to Samson.
    • Inquisitor: Another letter mentioning Samson. And papers with names.
  • (Entering Chateau d'Onterre)
    • Inquisitor: Impressive place.
    • Iron Bull: And quiet. Looks like it's been abandoned for a while.
    • Cassandra: No guards, no staff. I suspect this place has been abandoned for some time.
    • Cole: They're here, watching, waiting, wanting. Be careful.
  • (Chateau d'Onterre, after a candelabra lights itself)
    • Inquisitor: More light. How cheery.
    • Cole: It knows we're here.
  • (Chateau d'Onterre, finding the dead looters)
    • Inquisitor: From the look of their clothes, I'd say these men were looters.
    • Cassandra: An abandoned chateau—it must have been appealing.
  • (Chateau d'Onterre, finding Codex entry: Superstitions)
    • Dorian: What fine reading material.
    • Inquisitor: There are more books on magic—and how to contain it.
    • Dorian: And every single one is filled with superstitious nonsense.
    • Vivienne: Many of these tomes are complete fabrications. Charlatans preying on the fears of the ignorant.
  • (Chateau d'Onterre, after killing the Arcane horror)
    • Cole: Only the anger was left. We made it stop.
    • Dorian: I believe we've put the worst of it to rest.
    • Inquisitor: Perhaps now this place will be as quiet as it seemed.
  • (Entering Villa Maurel)
    • Inquisitor: The Freemen’s leader should be hold up here.
    • Inquisitor: This place has seen better days.
    • Cassandra: These men are thugs. What do you expect?
    • Dorian: The real owners must have left for the Winter Palace.
    • Vivienne: (Laughs.) Do you expect cleanliness from a group of thugs, Inquisitor?
  • (Villa Maurel, after reading a Red Templar note)
    • Dorian: Red templars. Why not?
    • Inquisitor: Seems we interrupted their meeting with the templars.
    • Cole: They wanted something. It's still here.
    • Iron Bull: They weren’t ready for us. Whatever they came for might still be here.
    • Cassandra: They weren't expecting us. Whatever they came for might still be here.
  • (Villa Maurel, after finding Red lyrium)
    • Inquisitor: Red lyrium.
    • Cassandra: They must have been smuggling it for the templars.
    • Iron Bull: They were smuggling for the templars.
    • Inquisitor: Not anymore.
  • (Villa Maurel, upon completing A Corrupt General)
    • Inquisitor: That seems to be the last of them.
    • Iron Bull: Looks like that was the man in charge.
    • Cassandra: I'm guessing that was the man in charge.
    • Inquisitor: We’ve struck a blow against the Freemen.
    • Cole: They chose the wrong friends.
    • Varric: From what we’ve heard, I’m not sorry to see him go.
    • Sera: Good riddance to bad rubbish.
  • (Villa Maurel, obtaining a key fragment for Safe Keeping) Part of a key. There’s a rune inscribed on it. Or part of one.
  • (Outside Din'an Hanin after completing Investigate Elven Ruins)
    • Cassandra: Maker have mercy.
    • Inquisitor: It's Taven's party.
    • Sera: The one after elfy history? Figures. That's a bunch of dead all the way back.
    • Iron Bull: Most of them are unarmed. Some don't even have defensive wounds. They were taken by surprise.
    • Cassandra: Most were unarmed. They didn't stand a chance.
    • Inquisitor: There should be Inquisition soldiers here.
  • (Din'an Hanin, entrance) These are our men.
  • (Din'an Hanin, after killing the first group of enemies) Search them. Maybe we can figure out what they were after.
  • (Din'an Hanin, finding the first part of the Emerald Seal)
    • Inquisitor: Corypheus's men had part of a seal. Do they even know what it opens?
    • Vivienne: I doubt they care, so long as they can claim it.
  • (Din'an Hanin, entering the tomb)
    • Inquisitor: This is it.
    • Inquisitor: Whatever Taven hoped to find—it's here.
  • (Din'an Hanin, finding Codex entry: The Death of Elandrin)
    • Inquisitor: It's an account of Red Crossing. When the elves attacked that town, it prompted the Exalted March of the Dales.
    • Sera: Pfft. Corifibutt thought this was something good, but it's just the same old rubbish.
    • Sera: Give it to a Dalish or whatever. They'll pretend it was worth it.
    • Inquisitor: Taven would want the Dalish to have this.
    • Vivienne: This is Chantry history as much as Dalish. There are scholars who would appreciate the value of it.
    • Cassandra: The Chantry would no doubt be interested in the account as well.

Emprise du Lion Edit

  • (By a formation of red lyrium)
    • Inquisitor: These red lyrium growths are... warm.
If Well, Shit has been completed:
  • Cassandra: Didn't Bianca say it was alive?
  • (On Judicael's Crossing)
    • Dorian: That's a lot of bridge to destroy.
    • Inquisitor: We might be able to rebuild this.

During Before the Dawn:

  • (Upon reading Codex entry: New Orders) I’ve found a letter. From Samson himself.
  • (Upon reading Codex entry: Letter of Confirmation) A note from Samson, about spreading red lyrium.
  • (After gathering the information about Samson from the Sahrnia quarries and the smugglers)
    • Inquisitor: We should inform Cullen that we’ve taken care of Samson’s red lyrium hoard.
    • Cassandra: He will be pleased.
    • Dorian: Our dear commander might crack a smile for once.

Exalted Plains Edit

  • (After fighting the Freemen near the initial camp, first time only)
    • Inquisitor: Keep off the ramparts? I wonder why.
    • Varric: I'd say it's a perfect reason to go to the ramparts.
    • Dorian: I was never good at doing what other people wanted.
  • (Approaching the Dalish camp) Ah, the Dalish encampment.
  • (Unlocking the operation Gain Access to Ghilan'nain's Grove) Inquisition soldiers could clear this passage.
  • (After locating a veilfire rune for Scattered Glyphs) Looks like part of a larger set.
  • (Completing Scattered Glyphs) That looks like all of them. I’ll see what the researchers at Skyhold make of this.
  • (Burning a body pit)
    • Cassandra: There are so many. This was intentional.
    • Inquisitor: There may be more of these pits. We'll have to find them.
  • (Burning the final body pit) That's the last of them.

Fallow Mire Edit

  • (Entering the water) Careful! Disturbing the water draws them out.
  • (After fighting the first undead) This can't be all of them. There must be more further in.
  • (Approaching a house)
    • Inquisitor: Look. Signs of a plague.
    • Dorian: A cheerful addition to any decent swamp.
    • Dorian: At least in the city, you can find a decent healer. Out here you have, what? Roots and berries?
    • Solas: It must have been a terrible illness. No one's come to reclaim the land.
    • Solas: No one living, at any rate.
    • Vivienne: I'd guess that the afflicted never made it far enough to spread the disease past this bog.
    • Vivienne: It's fortunate. Waterborne diseases are often painful.
  • (After lighting the first brazier)
    • Cassandra: The beacons seem to draw out the undead. We could use them to fight on dry land.
    • Blackwall: We find any more beacons, we could lure the undead onto solid ground. Might be a faster fight.
    • Iron Bull: We could use these, lure those corpses out of the mud and fight on solid ground.
    • Inquisitor: Keep an eye out for more, then.
  • (Completing Beacons in the Dark)
    • Inquisitor: Good work. We have a path free of corpses back to the shore.
    • Iron Bull: Can't wait to use it.
    • Blackwall: Sound strategy.
    • Cassandra: The fewer of these creatures, the better.
  • (Near the Old Thoroughfare Camp)
    • Inquisitor: No sign of the Avvar who want to challenge me. Or the Inquisition's soldiers.
    • Cole: Everything around is afraid. And wet. I can't hear the soldiers.
    • Sera: They'd better be fine. And the ones who took them, they won't be.
    • Varric: I hope the Avvar haven't gotten bored with the hostages, and that they understand how hostages work.
  • (Finding a body pit)
    • Inquisitor: (Coughs.) Quite a smell.
    • Sera: Ugh! They're all slimy.
    • Cole: They died faster than the villagers could burn them. Then no one was left to burn.
    • Varric: These people never had a chance.
  • (Outside Hargrave Keep)
    • Inquisitor: More undead!
    • Blackwall: Don't waste time on them! Head for the castle!
    • Iron Bull: Too many of them! Let's get to the castle!
    • Cassandra: They're endless! Run for the castle!

Forbidden Oasis Edit

  • (After smashing through a wooden blockade) We can cut through here.
  • (By the doors of Solasan)
    • Inquisitor: Something feels wrong here. It’s worse by the door.
    • Blackwall: I agree. Something's not right.
    • Cassandra: Indeed. I feel it as well.
    • Cole: I'm afraid. It wants us to be afraid.
    • Varric: Are we sure this is a good idea?
  • (Upon entering Solasan)
    • Inquisitor: The feeling at the door - it’s gone now.
    • Cassandra: The ill feeling by the entry - it's not present here.
    • Dorian: An enchantment designed to keep people out. A warning, or possibly a test.
    • Iron Bull: Explains why the miners left this place alone.
    • Solas: I believe it was a magical ward of sorts. A warning, perhaps, or a test.
    • Vivienne: An enchantment to keep people out, perhaps.
  • (After opening a sarcophagus for the first time)
    • Cole: Did that hurt?
    • Sera: What just happened?
    • Varric: Are you all right?
If you choose "I'm fine":
  • Inquisitor: Whatever it was... I feel fine.
  • Varric: I'll take your word for it.
If you choose "That was weird":
  • Inquisitor: I feel a bit strange.
  • Cole: You're shinier, but not where everyone can see.
  • Dorian: It went straight to you... or to the mark, perhaps? Doesn't seem to have harmed you.
  • Solas: The magic was drawn to you, possibly because of your mark. The effects were purely benign.
  • Vivienne: Whatever magic rests here, it was drawn straight to you. It's left you unharmed.
  • Inquisitor: If it wasn’t a trap, what was it?
  • Dorian: If the enchantment at the entry was a test, this may be the reward.
  • Solas: It may be a reward for those who prove themselves worthy.
  • Vivienne: Reward for completing a ritual, perhaps?
  • (Completing A Prideful Place)
    • Inquisitor: Is everyone all right?
    • Dorian: Better than you'd expect. Bloody demons.
    • Vivienne: Fine, dear. I do hope stirring such a creature was worth it.

Hinterlands Edit

  • (After killing the Fereldan Frostback)
    • Inquisitor: Is everyone all right?
    • Blackwall: I’m fine, but that first blast took a few hairs off my head.
    • Cassandra: That last burst of flame nearly roasted us.
    • Iron Bull: Never better! See the way everything lit up when it tried to fry us? (Laughs.) Now that is a fight!
    • Sera: Yeah! I mean, yes. I'm alive. Really... alive.
  • (Valammar - by the Lower Terrace, where the dawkspawn are coming through)
    • Inquisitor: The darkspawn are coming up through here.
    • Solas: We must seal it off.
  • (Valammar - after reading ‘Notes on the Inquisition’) They’ve been watching our movements.

Lost Temple of Dirthamen Edit

  • (Shortly before finding a dead explorer and the ‘Explorers in the Temple’ note)
    • Inquisitor: Someone’s been here.
    • Cassandra: And never left.
    • Blackwall: Not for some time. The camp is abandoned.
    • Iron Bull: I doubt they left all their stuff here out of charity.
  • (Beginning Runes in the Lost Temple)
    • Inquisitor: It's strange that I can understand that.
    • Solas: The secret of this temple have remained unspoken for too long. They wish to be known.
    • Dorian: A spell of comprehension, perhaps? Amazing that it still functions.
    • Vivienne: Ancient magic at work, allowing any who come to understand the secrets of this place.
  • (Picking up one of the remains for God of Secrets)
    • Inquisitor: It's as if the altar's waking up.
    • Inquisitor: It's... warm.
    • Sera: Ugh. Why are you touching it?
    • Cole: It's alive.
    • Solas: It is alive because the creature connected to it is alive. It is but one piece of the whole.
    • Dorian: All part of a ritual, I'd say. Whoever that belongs to, they're not dead. Not really.
    • Vivienne: A form of blood magic. Organs kept whole and separate... as punishment, perhaps?
  • (By the locked gate)
    • Sera: Deep one, this. I wonder what it's hiding?
    • Inquisitor: No way through this gate? Wonder what it’s made of.
  • (The first time a veilfire torch goes out) Aaand the torch goes out.
  • (Locating the second dead body of an explorer)
    • Inquisitor: Another one of the explorers?
    • Cole: He hid here. He died afraid.
    • Sera: Died with his loot. That's stupid.
  • (Looting the key from a corpse of an explorer)
    • Inquisitor: Where could this key lead?
    • Cassandra: One of the passages back in the ritual area, perhaps?
    • Iron Bull: Treasure room, if we're lucky.
    • Blackwall: I bet the poor fools never had a chance to use it.
    • Inquisitor: Somewhere back in the ritual area, perhaps?
  • (Using the key) So this is where the key leads.
  • (Activating the altar for God of Secrets) The altar's absorbing the fire, "eating" the magic.
  • (After killing the The Highest One)
    • Inquisitor: So that was the high priest of the temple.
    • Vivienne: Filled with despair and imprisoned forever by his own followers.
    • Solas: Imprisoned in silence and despair by his own followers. A sad legacy.
    • Dorian: Rather sad, if you think about it.

Shrine of Dumat Edit

During Before the Dawn:

  • (Entering the shrine)
    • Inquisitor: This place looks half destroyed.
    • Cullen: Samson must have ordered his Templars to sack his headquarters so we couldn’t.
    • Sera: Oh, pissy one. Wrecked his toys and left.
    • Varric: Sorry, Curly. Someone tipped off Samson you were coming.
    • Cullen: I think you’re right. Still, we’ve dealt Samson a blow.
  • (Towards the end of the shrine)
    • Inquisitor: This must have been Maddox’s room.
    • Cullen: The fire couldn’t destroy these entirely. Whatever they are.
    • Dorian: Those are lyrium-forging instruments. Of remarkable design. Intact, they'd be worth a fortune.
    • Vivienne: I’ve seen similar implements for forging with lyrium. None this advanced.
    • Cullen: Tranquil often design their own tools. Dagna should be able to make sense of them.
    • Cullen: If Maddox used these to make Samson's armor, she could use them to unmake it.
    • Cullen: We have him.

During Under Her Skin:

  • (Entering the shrine)
    • Inquisitor: So this is the shrine Corypheus hid from Calpernia.
    • Dorian: There are similar places in Tevinter. Notice how you feel it in the back of your mind.
    • Dorian: There's power here—or was.
    • Sera: Shrines are bad. Who here doesn't know that?
    • Iron Bull: Seems deserted... but they always seem deserted.
    • Blackwall: Let's hope he doesn't decide to visit while we're inside.
    • Vivienne: A shrine to one of the Old Gods. Few still exist.

Skyhold Edit

  • (Entering the rotunda) What was this place? So much room for... whatever was here?
  • (Entering the gardens) Fertile ground, even here. This hold has everything.
  • (After completing A Greener Garden and choosing the herb garden upgrade) A working nursery, with not a space wasted. We'll want for nothing.
  • (Entering the Undercroft) Better and better. What can't we do in a place like this?
  • (Entering the Inquisitor's quarters) They have certainly spared no expense.
  • (In the large room next to the kitchens) There's no end of it. I can store an army.
  • (On the battlements) Majestic. How was a place like this ever lost?
  • (Upon reading ‘Vivienne’s alchemical notes’ for Bring Me the Heart of Snow White) I can’t make heads or tails of this. Age regression? Who is this potion for?
  • (After completing A Superior Tower and choosing the Templar upgrade) A true templar hold. Now we're an Inquisition.
  • (After completing A Better Courtyard and choosing the infirmary upgrade) A place to save lives. What could be more important?

Storm Coast Edit

  • (Cleaning House, after finding the dead soldiers)
    • Inquisitor: These must be the missing soldiers.
    • Varric: Murdered. Shit.
    • Solas: We should see that their families are notified.
  • (Cleaning House, reading the notes near the dead soldiers)
    • Inquisitor: Our men were murdered by a group called the Blades of Hessarian.
    • Inquisitor: It seems there's a way to challenge their leader.
    • Cassandra: Hessarian's blade is supposed to represent mercy, not random slaughter.
  • (Cleaning House, examining the map near the dead soldiers) It looks like the bandits are camped further along the beach.
  • (Cleaning House, after killing the Hessarian leader while wearing Mercy's Crest)
    • Inquisitor: It's done.
    • Varric: Providing no one stabs you in the back on the way out.
  • (Encountering darkspawn) Darkspawn on the surface—I imagine Ferelden saw more than enough of them during the Blight.
  • (Finding a sign of the Wardens during Wardens of the Coast)
    • Inquisitor: The Wardens were here at some point.
    • Solas: This camp was abandoned some time ago.
  • (Finding another sign of the Wardens)
    • Inquisitor: This belonged to the Wardens.
    • Inquisitor: Looks like several Wardens were traveling together.
  • (Finding the last sign of the Wardens)
If the Inquisitor has not yet met the Warden in Crestwood:
  • Inquisitor: The Wardens have abandoned these camps.
  • Inquisitor: They're looking for someone. Stroud/Alistair/Loghain, perhaps?
If the Inquisitor has been the Ritual Tower during Here Lies the Abyss:
  • Inquisitor: Some Wardens must have stopped here on the way to the Western Approach.
  • Inquisitor: Did they know what would happen to them there?
If Revelations has not been completed and Sera is in the party:
  • Inquisitor: Some Wardens must have stopped here on the way to the Western Approach.
  • Sera: Who cares. We have the only good one.
  • (During Red Water, when first entering the area)
    • Inquisitor: The Red Templars have dug in here.
    • Blackwall: I'm ready. Let’s root them out.
    • Cassandra: I'm certain King Alistair/Queen Anora would appreciate having them removed from Ferelden's shores.
    • Iron Bull: All right. Let's do it.
  • (Completing Red Water)
    • Inquisitor: I believe we’ve broke the Templars’ hold here.
    • Cassandra: There may yet be stragglers, but we've dashed whatever plans they might have had.
    • Solas: Who knows what they might have accomplished had they remained.
    • Vivienne: This locations offers easy access to the Waking Sea. Who knows what they might have accomplished had they been allowed to remain.
  • (By the boat that takes you to Dragon Island) This boat still looks seaworthy.

Val Royeaux Edit

  • (During Under Her Skin, on entering Vicinius' home)
    • Inquisitor: What happened here?
    • Cassandra: And where is the merchant we intended to meet?
    • Blackwall: Where's the man we're meeting?
    • Solas: It would appear someone reached the merchant before we did.
  • (Picking up a letter in Vicinius' home)
    • Inquisitor: It seems Vicinius angered Calpernia by sending her mistreated slaves.
    • Sera: Probably weren't "pretty" enough.
    • Dorian: Really? Most in Tevinter wouldn't bother to care.
    • Inquisitor: She was paying a fortune for literate slaves.
    • Solas: Curious, when she already has an army of Venatori.
    • Solas: Unless these slaves were intended for a separate purpose.
    • Vivienne: But she has the Venatori. Unless...
    • Vivienne: Perhaps dear Calpernia has something she wishes to hide.
  • (Picking up an invoice in Vicinius' home)
    • Inquisitor: An invoice. For a shipment of slaves.
    • Blackwall: Suddenly I'm less sorry he's dead.
    • Inquisitor: Vicinius supplied them to the Venatori.
    • Dorian: Vicinius was selling more than rose oil, then.
  • (Finding Vicinius)
    • Inquisitor: That must've been Vicinius.
    • Solas: Unfortunately for him.
    • Dorian: It seems the Venatori tired of following him.
    • Inquisitor: Let's look around.
  • (Finding a piece of the shattered crystal)
    • Inquisitor: A shattered crystal? Let's find the pieces.
    • Inquisitor: Here's another one.
    • Inquisitor: The crystal's whole again, but... hold on...
  • (After the recorded conversation plays)
If Dorian is in the party:
  • Dorian: A dwarven relic for storing memories. There's one or two in Minrathous - very rare.
  • Inquisitor: Dagna might know what to make of it.
If Dorian is not in the party:
  • Sera: What was that rubbish?
  • Blackwall: The crystal talks? What will they think of next?
  • Inquisitor: That speech came from the crystal. Dagna may make something of it.

Western Approach Edit

  • (After finding the smashed carts)
    • Inquisitor: What happened here?
    • Varric: Nobody should be out here but Grey Wardens. Something's very wrong.
    • Cole: A long road, stumbling through the rocks, struck from behind.
    • Sera: None of these poor sods had knives or shit. Who'd do this?
    • Inquisitor: Whoever did this has a lot to answer for.
  • (Locating a Chantry symbol for On the Chantry Trail)
    • Inquisitor: A Chantry symbol out here? Odd.
    • Inquisitor: The trail leads on...
    • Inquisitor: The end must be nearby.
  • (Assaulting Griffon Wing Keep)
    • Inquisitor: Shall we knock?
    • Blackwall: It would be my pleasure.
    • Iron Bull: Oh, yeah.
    • Cassandra: Gladly.
    • Cole: You knock louder than I do.
  • (After liberating Griffon Wing Keep and encountering darkspawn nearby)
    • Inquisitor: Where did they come from?
    • Varric: I'm not sure I want to know.
    • Cassandra: We need to find out.
  • (Trying to open one of the locked gates from the wrong side) That’s the grandmother of all locks. We’re not getting in here.
  • (Approaching Death Drink Springs)
    • Cole: The air hurts! I need to stop!
    • Varric: It's no use! We can't cross here!
    • Iron Bull: This isn't working, boss!
    • Inquisitor: (When unlocking Find the Source of Darkspawn) The darkspawn got through. I'll have to see what our people at Skyhold can do.
    • Inquisitor: (When unlocking Crossing the Sulphur Pits) Someone at Skyhold will have a solution.
  • (Coracavus, after fighting the first darkspawn)
    • Blackwall: Looks like the darkspawn are nesting here.
    • Vivienne: What a useful insight.
    • Inquisitor: This can't be all of them.
    • Inquisitor: There must be more further in.
    • Iron Bull: I'm guessing there's more?
    • Inquisitor: The darkspawn will have the run of this place.
    • Sera: Never easy with you, is it?
  • (Coracavus, after finding a note in the prison cells)
    • Inquisitor: So they were using the giant as a beast of burden.
    • Cole: They're very strong and very angry.
    • Vivienne: What a charming pet.
  • (Coracavus, after fighting the darkspawn at the tunnel entrance) We need to seal that tunnel.
  • (Coracavus, at the darkspawn tunnel)
    • Inquisitor: The darkspawn are coming up through here.
    • Dorian: Someone should do something about that.
    • Solas: We must seal it off.
  • (Coracavus, after sealing the tunnel)
    • Solas: That should keep the darkspawn at bay.
    • Dorian: That should stop the darkspawn. These, anyway. I imagine there are a million more still underground.
    • Vivienne: Knight-Captain Rylen should see fewer darkspawn now.
    • Inquisitor: The tunnel was opened from the outside. Someone was digging here.
  • (Coracavus, after the camera shakes) What was that?
  • (Coracavus, closer to the end of the ruin)
    • Inquisitor: Venatori. They’ve been excavating.
    • Inquisitor: I take it breaking into darkspawn tunnels wasn’t part of the plan.
    • Blackwall: If their plan is to be a thorn in our side, they’re doing just fine.
    • Iron Bull: They'll be holed up somewhere─if the darkspawn didn't get them.
  • (Coracavus, after fighting the giant)
    • Cassandra: Nothing's ever simple, is it?
    • Blackwall: Not exactly the fight I was expecting when we got here.
    • Blackwall: At least we got the job done.
    • Iron Bull: 'Vints, darkspawn, a giant? This was a pretty good day!
    • Inquisitor: The men here were laborers. Someone must have been coordinating their efforts.
    • Inquisitor: I doubt they stuck around to fend off darkspawn.
  • (Still Ruins, walking around the main chamber)
    • Cole: So much fear. It's spread across everywhere.
    • Iron Bull: You're shitting me. You're sure these demons aren't moving?
    • Inquisitor: Everything's... frozen. I don’t think this was the Venatori.
    • Dorian: No. I’d say some ancient Tevinter decided to alter time. I’m surprised it didn’t go better.
    • Vivienne: The power required for such a spell would be immense.
    • Inquisitor: That would get the Venatori's attention.
  • (Still Ruins, examining the frozen demons) Nothing’s happening. The magic here is interfering with the Anchor.
  • (Still Ruins, after killing for Lucanus and picking up the stone for The Heart of the Still Ruins)
    • Inquisitor: He was carrying this stone for a reason.
    • Dorian: The markings on it... I’ve heard of keystones that bear the same.
    • Inquisitor: Keep searching. There may be more.
  • (Still Ruins, after opening the locked door from The Heart of the Still Ruins and seeing Tempest)
    • Inquisitor: A staff? Is this what they were after?
    • Dorian: I’d be careful with that if I were you. Just a thought.
    • Sera: Don't go poking. The whole place feels wrong.
  • (Still Ruins, after removing Tempest)
    • Inquisitor: Careful!
    • Dorian/Vivienne: (Gasps.)
    • Inquisitor: I think time's flowing again.
    • Cole: It's all free.
    • Varric: That’s not what I wanted to hear.
    • Sera: I said don't go poking! Ugh!
  • (Still Ruins, approaching the reactivated fade rift)
    • Iron Bull: Craaaaaap.
    • Inquisitor: Hurry, before this gets worse!
    • Sera: It's already worse! Just kill them!
    • Cole: This isn't worse?
  • (Still Ruins, after sealing the fade rift)
    • Inquisitor: (Sighs.) It’s done.
    • Dorian: Well, I’m rather sick of this place. You?
    • Cassandra: Someone would have freed the demons eventually. At least we were here to stop them.
    • Iron Bull: Next time, the damn demons can stay frozen.

Winter Palace Edit

During Wicked Eyes and Wicked Hearts:

  • (Servant’s Quarters, when finding the dead elves)
    • Inquisitor: Must be the elves Briala’s people are looking for.
    • Sera: Whoever did this oughta be down here somewhere.
  • (Servant’s Quarters, in the courtyard after killing the Venatori) The Venatori were watching the approach. They’re organized.

The Descent DLC Edit

Location comments Edit

  • (Descending into the Deep Roads)
    • Iron Bull: So, the Deep Roads. Do you think there'll be tight spaces? Long hallways with low ceilings?
    • Inquisitor: Possibly, why?
    • Iron Bull: Just hoping my horns fit.
    • Dorian: Is it just me or is this the slowest lift ever constructed?
    • Inquisitor: It's better than climbing down.
    • Dorian: I could do with some music. Something with a flute?
    • Cole: Palms calloused, clutching, clawing when the dust came.
    • Inquisitor: The miners.
    • Vivienne: Lowered into a hole. What an auspicious start.
    • Inquisitor: We´ve been in worse places.
    • Vivienne: Perhaps you have, my dear.
  • (During Killing Me Softly, finding a page for Codex entry: Kolg's Journal)
    • Inquisitor: This belonged to an exiled dwarf. He was experimenting with raw lyrium.
    • Inquisitor: More on the lyrium experiments. Looks like his results were inconclusive.
  • (Finding Kolg's last journal page) So that's how the lyrium experiments ended.
  • (Behind the third sacrificial gate) A lost caravan. It may have been down here for centuries. I wonder if anything's left.
  • (After looting a chest behind the third sacrificial gate) These goods are amazingly well preserved.
  • (Entering the Forgotten Caverns)
    • Dorian: I don't mean to alarm anyone, but I believe we've all gone blind.
    • Cole: It's wrong here. Too many whispers. The song is wrong. Chords cut to silence.
    • Valta: We've gone past the Deep Roads.
    • Inquisitor: How can you tell? It's pitch black.
    • Valta: I can feel it.
  • (Approaching a bridge)
    • Valta: There's something... strange on the other side. I can feel it...
    • Inquisitor: Watch your step.
  • (Entering the Bastion of the Pure)
    • Varric: Guess who just became the wealthiest dwarf in the Merchant's guild!
    • Dorian: Look at that. Like stars at night.
    • Valta: All these lyrium veins. And they're completely untapped.
    • Inquisitor: The Sha-Brytol must mine lyrium somewhere—their weapons and armour are laced with it.
    • Valta: Unless they've found another way to harness it.
  • (After killing a Cretahl)
    • Valta: These creatures aren't deepstalkers. What do they eat to survive?
    • Inquisitor: Probably best not to think about that too much.
  • (Destroying the first barrier)
    • Valta: This weapon of theirs cut through the barrier, but was destroyed in the effort.
    • Inquisitor: Let's keep gathering their weapons. There may be more barriers ahead.
  • (After the second barrier)
    • Valta: Nothing like these dwarves is mentioned anywhere in the memories.
    • Valta: If I had been prepared... Renn might still be alive.
If you choose "Don't blame yourself":
  • Inquisitor: It's easy to blame ourselves when we lose a friend, Valta, but it's not your fault.
  • Valta: I was so focussed on the titan, I didn't consider what else could be down here.
If you choose "They were ready for us":
  • Inquisitor: With those weapons and armour, few would have had a chance.
  • Valta: We need to stop the earthquakes before we lose anyone else. Renn will not die in vain.
If you choose "We keep moving or we all die":
  • Inquisitor: None of us will make it out of here if we don't keep moving.
  • Valta: You're right. My apologies.
  • (Entering The Wellspring)
    • Valta: Did the Sha-Brytol build all this?
    • Inquisitor: Or was it here before them?
  • (Fighting Sha-Brytol in the Wellspring)
If Doom Upon All the World has not been completed: I won't fall while Corypheus is still a threat.
If Doom Upon All the World has been completed: I didn't kill Corypheus to die here.
  • (Finding the waystone to the Nug King) Words are carved into the stone: "Only those who believe may cross." Subtle.
  • (After crossing the bridge to the Nug King) Glad that worked. The alternative would have been messy.
  • (Approaching the Nug King's altar) An altar... for offerings?
  • (The Nug King)
    • Nug King: (Squeaks judgementally.)
    • Inquisitor: Are... are you putting me on trial?
    • Nug King: (Squeaks affirmatively.)
    • Inquisitor: (Squeaks deferentially.)
    • Nug King: (Squeaks regally.)
    • Inquisitor: I'm feeling very... judged.

Jaws of Hakkon DLC Edit

Location comments Edit

  • (After the first battle with the Hakkonites)
    • Blackwall: The Jaws of Hakkon knew you. What do they have against the Inquisition?
    • Inquisitor: Perhaps the friendlier Avvar in the village Harding mentioned can shed some light.
  • (During A Father's Name, after killing the first of the fade-touched creatures)
    • Inquisitor: That was one of the creatures the hunter mentioned.
    • Dorian: Fascinating. I suspect it came into contact with the Fade.
  • (During A Father's Name, after killing the final fade-touched creature)
    • Inquisitor: That should be enough for the offering.
    • Iron Bull: No one said a gift to the hold had to include everyone. Could be a gift for someone's son.
    • Vivienne: We've been permitted to bend tradition. It may be best to tread carefully.
  • (During The Nox Morta, after collecting the chewed bait)
    • Inquisitor: This... whatever this is, it must be what d'Amortisan wanted.
    • Iron Bull: Looks like something tried to eat it.
  • (During The Nox Morta, at the final location) D'Amortisan said to place the bait here. We need to find a good spot.
  • (After killing the Nox Morta) D'Amortisan will want to hear about this.
  • (Finding the first trail marker during Up and Away)
    • Inquisitor: There's a lot of loose stones here. And an Avvar axe.
    • Iron Bull: Someone left it on purpose - a trail marker.
    • Inquisitor: The woman at the beach said her cousin Runa went climbing. Maybe this is where she began.
  • (Finding another trail marker) There. Another trail marker.
  • (Finding another trail marker) I think our mountain climber was here.
  • (During It Remains to be Seen, finding a skull)
    • Vivienne: Delightful. The Jaws of Hakkon are using these bones in a warding spell.
    • Inquisitor: It could be blood magic. Let's look for any more skulls.
  • (Finding the last skull)
    • Inquisitor: I think that's the last of the bones. What were the Jaws of Hakkon doing with this magic?
    • Inquisitor: Perhaps the Avvar in Stone-Bear Hold can tell us.
  • (During In Exile, at the ritual site)
    • Inquisitor: This is the place the augur said that mage, Sigrid, tried and failed to release her spirit.
    • Inquisitor: It looks like the tools for her ritual are still here.
  • (Examining the scorch mark)
    • Inquisitor: Scorch marks. Left by magic?
    • Vivienne: Aetheric feedback. It happens from time to time if one stops a spell mid-incantation.
    • Inquisitor: Inquisitor: Maybe Sigrid never completed this ritual.
  • (At marks in the grass)
    • Inquisitor: The grass is trampled down here. A fight?
    • Iron Bull: No, see the hoof-prints? Just an animal passing through.
    • Inquisitor: Probably not important then.
  • (Finding the vial of lyrium)
    • Inquisitor: A vial of lyrium.
    • Vivienne: An inexperienced mage might use up a good deal of energy banishing a spirit.
    • Inquisitor: Then why is the vial still full?
  • (Finding the ritual offerings)
    • Inquisitor: A skinned bird, and a... (Sniffs.) ...bundle of incense?
    • Iron Bull: Ritual offerings. But if this mage did the ritual, why are the offerings still here?
    • Inquisitor: Good question.
  • (During The Loss of a Friend)
    • Inquisitor: Orders for Grandin.
    • Iron Bull: Looks like he survived the fight with the Hakkonites. Won't get far on his own, though.
  • (Coming across some burned bodies)
    • Inquisitor: These were Hakkonites.
    • Vivienne: One of our soldiers has been through here. That dagger bears the Inquisition's crest.
    • Dorian: Someone's cut their way through these Hakkon warriors.
    • Dorian: I can't decide if it's impressive or disconcerting.
  • (Finding Scout Grandin)
    • Inquisitor: The Inquisition scout. Grandin?
    • Vivienne: Be cautious. Something feels wrong.

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