This strategy guide to Dragon Age: Inquisition revolves around descriptions of all the key elements of this RPG game developed by BioWare. The primary aim of this chapter is to prepare you for the adventure that you are about to begin, although it also describes many advanced issues and, as a result, it may also be deemed useful by those of the players that have already had experience with the previous installments of the game. The beginning pages of this guide include information on the process of creation of the protagonist (race, class, looks, etc) and development of the character (attributes, abilities specialization and other). Of course, it is not the case that this guide focuses on the main character only, because the guide also includes an extensive chapter on the available companions. Much of the space, in the guide, has been devoted combat, where you can learn, among others, how to fight and the advanced command of the party. The guide explains a number of minor issues and raises, among others, the topics of conducting conversations, closing rifts, game world exploration and crafting. One of the most important points of this guide is the one that includes the most frequently asked questions and answers to those questions. Therefore, learning the contents of this guide lets you solve many potential problems, in an easy way, which concern, e.g. shortage of money, dealing with strong monsters that you encounter or leveling up not fast enough. The last, major part of the guide is the one that addresses management of the Inquisition. It plays an important role, because it is an entirely new element of the Dragon Age series. From that chapter, you will learn about how strongholds function, how to gain power and influences, how to send your advisors to missions or how to obtain perks from the Inquisition. In the third installment of Dragon Age, you take control of a completely new character and you take control of the titular Inquisition. During the game, you need to handle both the problem of the civil war, between the Templars and the mages, as well as a completely new problem - the rifts that keep appearing all around Thedas that form a bridge between the game world and the dimension called the Fade.
NOTE - This guide is one of the three parts prepared for Dragon Age: Inquisition. If you are looking for detailed information about the game world and maps of the available locations, see our World Atlas. If, on the other hand, you are interested in the descriptions of the quests available in the game, see out walkthrough for the game.
This strategy guide for Dragon Age: Inquisition includes:
- Hints and tips on character creation and character development
- List of the available companions and hints on the effective management of the entire party
- Hints on combat
- Information on conducting conversations with NPCs, closing rifts, exploration of the game world, crafting and using mounts
- List of the most frequently asked questions and answers to those questions
- Thorough information on the management of the Inquisition (unlocking of strongholds and the activities available in them, obtaining power and influence, advisors and dispatching them, winning the Inquisition perks)
- List of achievements available in the game
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