Tagged: Dragon Age Inquisition Lore

Dragon Age Inquisition Lore: Ch.7 – The Blight

In the Battle of Ostagar, King Cailan thought the Darkspawn threat nothing more than a crowd of warring beasts. His army was decimated; Cailan was slaughtered and his corpse hung as trophy. Year 12 of the Exalted age: Antivan King...
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Dragon Age Inquisition Lore: Ch.6 – Religion

Religion and identity intertwine in the eyes of many Thedosians, whether their own practice or the practices of others. Some values dissociate with the everyday livelihoods of its followers, while others’ constantly interject. Whether life is managed by deity or...
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Dragon Age Inquisition Lore: Ch.5 – Magic

Magic is celebrated. Magic is hated. While one can set fire to a village, another can cure the most fatal of wounds. It can save countless lives, or serve as a powerful catalyst for the most depraved acts. Magic is...
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Dragon Age Inquisition Lore: Ch.4 – The Nations

The most powerful nations in Thedas are ruled by humans. Dwarves, Elves, and Qunari are not necessarily considered lesser races, but it is undeniable that humans dominate the lands. For years, human ambition has changed hands and forced borders to...
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Dragon Age Inquisition Lore: Ch.2 – The Humans

Humans are not the strongest, nor the wisest. They are not all the richest, nor the cleverest. However, with their great numbers stretching across Thedas, as well as their dominating role in the land’s history, humans are the norm. The...
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What should have been a magnificent age, a Sun Age, is now bloodied by their return. While some see the Dragons as a glorious sign, others see them as an omen of evil. Nevertheless, their mere presence marks this age...
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Dragon Age: Origins Story and Lore

Here is a story of treason and unlikely alliances. A story of how one unsuspecting hero would unite a nation, and deliver them from certain doom. The ruins of Ostagar. Its battle-trodden structures speak of a conflict long past, yet...
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