Honnleath is the home of a mage named Wilhelm and his family. Wilhelm was a hero of the Fereldan Rebellion against Orlais, fighting alongside King Maric Theirin personally on multiple occasions. Afterwards he was permitted to retire to Honnleath, where he lived with his wife and son. A stone statue which the villagers decorate during festivals stands in the village square and is loved by many local birds as a resting and feeding place.
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for Dragon Age: Origins.
- 13x Genlock (Darkspawn, Normal)
- 7x Hurlock (Darkspawn, Normal)
- 1x Hurlock Alpha (Darkspawn, Lieutenant)
The darkspawn are divided into three groups:
- First: 3 Genlocks
- Second: 5 Genlocks (1 with bow) and 3 Hurlocks
- Third: 6 Genlocks (2 with bows), 4 Hurlocks (2 with bows), and the Hurlock Alpha
Notable items Edit
Dried blood clings to this heavy iron key. You found in Honnleath, tucked into the pocket of a dead villager.
, source: Dead Villager
A harmless enough plant on its own, deathroot's thick leaves contain an extract that the Chasind have used to induce hallucinations for centuries. Sufficiently concentrated, it can be made into a deadly poison.
The common name for canavaris, this herb actually has little to do with elves other than being commonly collected and traded to outsiders by the Dalish. It is the primary ingredient in many healing salves.
Use: Chewing elfroot restores a small amount of health, and those with skill can use elfroot to make more potent elixirs.
Red Steel (Tier 5)
Requires: 24 dexterity
Critical chance: 4.20%
Armor penetration: 6.40
Strength modifier: 0.85
+1 armor penetration, source: Olaf's Chest
Codex entries Edit
Special objects Edit
- The Statue
- Basket of birdseed