FAQs or Frequently Asked Questions about Dragon Age 3: Inquisition will be covered on this page. Below is a list of FAQs from the community with their answers (where known). If you have a question that is not answered in the list below, put it in the comments section for an answer.
I'm new. Where to begin?
- Check out the New Player Help page for an all-you-need-to-know crash course on the Dragon Age games.
I am lost! Where do I go?
- The wiki's recommended order for approaching the game will be listed under Game Progress Route. You may find an easier way that matches your build but we have tried to create a seamless and logical process. We have also created Maps of all the locations, with details of the links between them.
What should I pay attention to when I'm planning out a character?
- Take a look at the pages for Classes, Attributes, Weapons , Shields and Armor if you don't want anything left to chance.
How do I fight?
- The combat in Dragon Age: Inquisition is characterized by a need for strategic preparation and thinking. The game can be paused as orders are issued, and it follows more typical RPG mechanics than other more action-oriented games. Your party will automatically follow you into the fight, but can be controlled, too. Your fights will be influenced by Attributes, Status Effects, Equipment and much more. See the Combat page for further information.
I'm used to the style of Dragon Age: Origins. Is it still possible to play in this style?
- Yes. You are still able to pause the game and command your characters for tactics in fights. Remember that when you are fighting in third-person perspective you are not able to move while attacking and may miss some hits because of that. Especially when fighting tougher enemies you should consider using the tactical mode to coordinate your party members.
How do I craft?
- Crafting is an important element of Dragon Age: Inquisition. You will find many materials that can be used for crafting weapons, armor and potions. You will also need recipes and schematics to craft. The required crafting station determines the appearance and potential power of a crafted item. For more information, see our Crafting page
Is there a Multiplayer mode in Dragon Age: Inquisition?
- Yes, the multiplayer mode in Dragon Age: Inquisition features action-packed, four-player cooperative quests separate from the single-player open-world story. For more information and a list of all Multiplayer Classes, see our Multiplayer page
Can you buy/sell items?
- Yes. Merchants are friendly NPCs that maintain shops that you can visit to browse their wares and purchase items, schematics, upgrades, and other miscellaneous items.
What are Companions?
- Companions are friendly NPCs that may join your party and collaborate with you to achieve goals. These NPCs have intricate interactions with the Inquisitor, that will develop through questing and adventuring and be affected both positively and negatively by your actions.
Why am I not able to defeat *that* enemy?
- Firstly you should check the level of your enemy and yourself. If you fit the level requirements for the locations and still have problems, feel free to visit our enemies page to know what their armor, strengths, weaknesses and immunities are to help you more effectively defeat them and achieve your goals.