“What is the best party setup?” I’ve been getting this question a lot so I figured I’d made a post. This is long overdue but later is better than never!
Hey guys, sorry for the lack of updates lately. I haven’t played more than a few hours of DA: I over the past couple months. University has been taking up most of my time, and working on my Witcher site.
Well that, and I’ve also been playing lots of Path of Exile (best indie game ever). Having said that though, I will still continue posting new DA: I content. And hopefully the DLC is coming out sometime soon!
I’ve seen the Two-handed DPS Champion build being mentioned quite a bit so I decided to try it out for myself. This is arguably the easiest and most effective way to solo the game, although it does require you to be relatively high level (15+) to pull off.
The Necromancer specialization is probably the weakest out of the 3 mage specs right now, but that doesn’t mean it’s not viable. Necromancers deal good sustained damage and also have a bunch of cool abilities and passives that make them fun to play, like Spirit Mark (resurrect enemies to fight for you) and Simulacrum.
I finally got around to trying out the Artificer specialization. I thought this was the least interesting rogue spec, but it actually ends up being pretty fun once you have all the right passives working together.
Choosing a specialization in Dragon Age: Inquisition can be a difficult task – after all, you’re stuck with whatever you choose for the rest of the game. Here’s a quick guide to make your decision easier, based on your preferred playstyle. If you’re looking for more info, you can also check out the builds section … Read more