The Golden Halla

How to unlock: Reach the Dalish Camp and speak to the elf named Ithiern.

Quest provider: Ithiern (M18,16)


In front of the elven camp, Ithiern (M18,16) can be found. He will request that you locate the golden halla and return it to the camp.

The golden halla is in the southern region of the plains.

You can find this creature browsing on the plain (M18,16a) in the southern region of the map. Its color is just marginally different from the other hallas. You must chase it and make it run in the direction of the Dalish Camp, which can be a little frustrating, but you will be awarded with many Dalish Favor Points.

Rewards for completing this quest:

  • Experience (average)
  • 200 Influence Points
  • 2 Power Points
  • 3 Dalish Favor Points


What is The Golden Halla?

The Golden Halla is a rare and sacred creature in the world of Dragon Age. It is a deer-like animal with golden fur and horns, and it is considered a symbol of good luck and prosperity. The Golden Halla is highly esteemed by the Dalish elves, who believe that it is a messenger from the gods. In the Dragon Age games, the Golden Halla appears as a mount that the player can ride. It is also featured in various quests and storylines, and its appearance is often associated with important events or characters.

How can I obtain The Golden Halla in Dragon Age: Inquisition?

To obtain The Golden Halla mount in Dragon Age: Inquisition, you need to complete a quest called “The Golden Halla”. This quest becomes available after you complete the “Wicked Eyes and Wicked Hearts” main story quest and talk to a character named Sera. Sera will ask you to help her catch a Golden Halla for a prank. You need to track down the creature, which can be found in the Emerald Graves area, and use a special bait to lure it. Once you catch the Golden Halla, you can keep it as a mount and ride it throughout the game. Note that this quest is not available in some versions of the game, such as the base game without DLCs.

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