Introduction to Dragon Age: Inquisition Walkthrough Guide

This guide provides a detailed walkthrough for all the quests available in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The first part of the guide includes detailed descriptions of the main quests, which are missions completed within the storyline. The second chapter is extensive and includes walkthroughs for the quests connected with your party, both those that aim at gaining new allies, as well as quests tasked to you directly by the members of your party. The guide also covers side quests that abound in the game, divided based on their locations. This walkthrough includes the decisions and consequences of those decisions, whether immediate or affecting future events. Additionally, high-resolution maps of all the locations visited throughout the game are provided, with starting points for individual quests marked. Dragon Age: Inquisition is an RPG game where you lead the Inquisition to victory over the forces of evil that appear as a result of tearing a rip between the world of the living and the Fade.

NOTE – This guide is one of three parts prepared for Dragon Age: Inquisition. If you are looking for basic information about all the key elements of the game, including character development, combat, and exploration, see the guide for the game. If you are interested in information about the game world and maps of the available locations, see the World Atlas.

The guide includes:

  • Walkthrough for all the main quests in the game world, including possible choices and their consequences
  • Walkthrough for all the quests connected with the party members
  • Walkthrough for all the side quests in the game
  • High-resolution maps of all the locations of the game world, with starting points for quests marked and all the important locations that you visit while completing those quests

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1. What is Dragon Age: Inquisition?

Dragon Age: Inquisition is a role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. It is the third installment in the Dragon Age series and was released in November 2014 for multiple platforms, including Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. The game takes place in a fictional world where players control a character known as the Inquisitor, who is tasked with saving the world from a dangerous threat known as the Breach.

2. What are the different classes in Dragon Age: Inquisition?

There are three main classes in Dragon Age: Inquisition: warrior, rogue, and mage. Each class has its own unique abilities and playstyle. Warriors are melee-focused and specialize in heavy armor and weapons, while rogues are more agile and specialize in stealth and ranged attacks. Mages, on the other hand, are spellcasters who can deal damage from a distance and support their allies with healing and other spells. Players can also choose to specialize in certain subclasses within each class, further customizing their playstyle.

3. How does the dialogue system work in Dragon Age: Inquisition?

The dialogue system in Dragon Age: Inquisition is based on a wheel with different dialogue options. Players can choose to respond to NPCs in a variety of ways, including aggressive, diplomatic, humorous, or even flirtatious. The choices players make can affect the game’s story and relationships with other characters. The game also features a reputation system, where players can gain or lose approval from other characters based on their actions and dialogue choices.

4. What are some tips for playing Dragon Age: Inquisition?

Some tips for playing Dragon Age: Inquisition include exploring the game’s vast open world, completing side quests to gain experience and loot, and experimenting with different party compositions and class specializations. It’s also important to pay attention to the game’s crafting system, as creating and upgrading weapons and armor can greatly improve a character’s effectiveness in combat. Additionally, players should take advantage of the game’s tactical camera mode, which allows for more precise control over party members during battles.

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