I finally got a chance to sit down and play through Jaws of Hakkon, so I figured I’d compile a list of some useful tips, especially for those of you playing on Nightmare. My favorite part of this DLC was the considerably ramped-up level of difficulty. Here are 5 lessons learned in Frostback Basin:
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!
On this page, you’ll find the best weapons in the standalone version of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Keep in mind it only lists the best gear that is available in the standalone game and free DLCs, such as the Black Emporium. For the overall best weapons list, check out this page.
I’ve been wanting to try a build that doesn’t require any specializations for the mage class, and this was the result. This build takes spells in every mage tree (Spirit, Storm, Inferno, and Winter) with the aim of having access to a lot of different tools.
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.
Here’s a short and sweet guide to arguably the most powerful specialization/build in the game – the Knight-Enchanter Mage. This build will give you unrivaled damage and survivability. The basic idea behind this build is to constantly be generating barrier so that you never take damage, while dishing out massive amounts of DPS. Note: For … Read more