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For weapon runes in Dragon Age: Origins, see Weapon runes (Origins).

Weapon runes can be applied to weapons that possess a rune slot to provide permanent bonuses to that weapon's effects. They can be added to weapons at the Merchant's Guild in Hightown. Unlike Origins, once used they can't be removed, only replaced with the previous rune destroyed.

Runes Edit

Rune of Impact Rune of ImpactRune of Impact
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that adds physical damage.
Rune of Fire Rune of FireRune of Fire
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that adds fire damage.
Rune of Frost Rune of FrostRune of Frost
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that adds cold damage.
Rune of Lightning Rune of LightningRune of Lightning
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that adds electricity damage.
Rune of Nature Rune of NatureRune of Nature
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that adds nature damage.
Rune of Spirit Rune of SpiritRune of Spirit
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that adds spirit damage.
Rune of Striking Rune of StrikingRune of Striking
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that increases critical chance.
Rune of Devastation Rune of DevastationRune of Devastation
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that increases all existing damage. A weapon can only bear one Rune of Devastation.
Rune of Devastation Primeval Lyrium RunePrimeval Lyrium Rune
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that increases attack speed.
Rune of Devastation Sandal's Special RuneSandal's Special Rune
Weapon rune
A weapon rune that increases the chance to knock an enemy back.

Crafting Edit

Recipe Makes Ingredients
Formula
Rune of Impact
Lyrium
1


Formula
Rune of Fire
Silverite
2


Formula
Rune of Frost
Lyrium
1
Silverite
2


Formula
Rune of Lightning
Lyrium
2
Silverite
3


Formula
Rune of Nature
Lyrium
3
Silverite
3
Orichalcum
1
Formula
Rune of Spirit
Lyrium
2
Silverite
3
Orichalcum
1
Formula
Rune of Striking
Lyrium
4
Silverite
3
Orichalcum
2
Formula
Rune of Devastation
Lyrium
3
Silverite
4
Orichalcum
4
Dragon's Blood
1

Notes Edit

  • Runes which add damage (e.g. Rune of Fire) add 20% of the weapons base damage rounded to the nearest integer. This damage is not modified by damage modifying talents and/or item properties.
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