Promise of Destruction

To start this quest, speak to Cassandra in Skyhold after finishing the Here Lies the Abyss main quest. She is the quest giver (M12,3).


Caer Oswin

Once you receive the quest from Cassandra, complete the “Locate the missing Seekers” and return to Caer Oswin. When you arrive (M25,1a), go to the castle and enter through the wooden door.


Opponents in the first room

Inside, you will face several opponents. Search their bodies thoroughly, as one of them has a key (M25,1b). Follow the corridor to the yard.

Defeat the remaining opponents in the yard and find another key (M25,1c). Climb up the wide stairs to the large door. Beyond the door, you will encounter more opponents, some of whom are shielded. Go up the stairs again and find the dying Seeker (M25,1d), which triggers a cutscene.


The chamber with the big door

After the cutscene, climb the stairs and approach the next door. Behind it, you will find Lord Seeker Lucius and his followers. After the conversation, you will need to fight him. He and his minions should not pose too much of a challenge. After the battle, search the corpse to find a legendary weapon, then leave the location and return to Skyhold. Speak to Cassandra again to complete the quest.

Rewards for completing the quest:

  • Experience (lots)
  • 400 Influence points
  • 3 Power points
  • Throne

FAQ

What is the Promise of Destruction?

The Promise of Destruction is a term used to describe the potential consequences of human actions that harm the environment. It refers to the idea that if we continue to pollute, destroy natural habitats, and consume resources at an unsustainable rate, we are ultimately dooming ourselves to a future of devastation and collapse. The Promise of Destruction is not a literal promise, but a warning of the possible outcomes of our actions. It is up to us to make changes in our behavior and prevent the Promise of Destruction from becoming a reality.

What are some examples of the Promise of Destruction?

Examples of the Promise of Destruction include climate change, pollution of the air and water, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, and depletion of natural resources. These issues are all interconnected and have the potential to cause widespread devastation if left unchecked. For instance, climate change can lead to more frequent and severe natural disasters, such as floods and hurricanes, while deforestation can exacerbate the effects of climate change by reducing the number of trees that absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

What can we do to prevent the Promise of Destruction?

Preventing the Promise of Destruction requires a collective effort to change our behavior and reduce our impact on the environment. This can include actions such as reducing our energy consumption, using public transportation or biking instead of driving, recycling, and reducing our use of single-use plastics. We can also support conservation efforts, such as protecting natural habitats and supporting sustainable agriculture and fishing practices. Finally, we can advocate for policies and regulations that prioritize environmental protection and sustainability.

Why is it important to prevent the Promise of Destruction?

Preventing the Promise of Destruction is crucial for the survival of our planet and future generations. The consequences of environmental degradation can be irreversible and have a cascading effect on ecosystems and human societies. By preventing the Promise of Destruction, we can ensure that we have a healthy and thriving planet for ourselves and future generations to enjoy. It is our responsibility to take action and protect the environment, not just for ourselves, but for all living beings on Earth.

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