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DABhand posted on Nov 30, 2014 11:21:45 AM - Report post
To add, people think mobs don't level with you, but they do, main quest lines and quest mobs in other areas will level with you to keep it rewarding, after all you don't want to be around level 25 kicking a level 12 Dragon's ass do you?
I would also recommend getting the lockpicking perk as your first Inquisition point purchase, there is some locked buildings in your travels and it is easier to remember them earlier than later on, some have mosaic pieces and some books/letters that can open up profitable quests and an area or two.
Farm an area for resources especially herbs they do come in handy for upgrading your potions, and some potions and grenades are very very useful for later fights with mass of mobs or waves of mobs.
Try and use the Tactical view in larger fights as much as possible, it will help when you know a particular attack is coming or is happening, you can direct your team to safety spots.
And yes there is no Sandal like I said last year :P Bertrand took him on holiday after everything they went through... but they are due back
Oh yes, your party should always have one of each class, A mage, rogue and a warrior. This will ensure that you will knock all the walls down, find runes, and unlock places.
Also I know some people who have gotten use to using trainers etc never read text in games much and like to skip them, you should read more... some have hints for hidden caves and chests in some out of the way places that don't show up on the map.
[Edited by DABhand, 11/30/2014 11:25:36 AM]
Oh and Don't forget some tuts on ASM and defeating DMA
Sakatari posted on Dec 01, 2014 1:53:41 AM - Report post
Thanks for the time tip. I appreciate it.
Cryshal posted on Dec 01, 2014 7:50:09 PM - Report post
I didn't know #7. Now I will be more observant. It even took me awhile to understand the V for search. I must have missed a lot.
imsolegit posted on Dec 03, 2014 5:45:20 AM - Report post
I learned this one a tad late, but if someone dies, don't use the infinite health command. I accidentally hit it while fighting and my character was locked while dead. The only way I could fix it was to teleport away.
1) Most Tier 3 schematics can be farmed once you unlock Emprise du Lion. Establish the forward base camp on the other side of the frozen pond, then proceed thru the cave to establish a second camp. From there, head east as far as you can, angling north at the intersections. If you head in the right direction, you'll be at a cliffside with a small campsite. A book at the campsite will unlock the Cradle of Sulevin. You can proceed thru the Cradle, checking the chests for schematics. If a chest doesn't have schematics, move on to the other chests. There's a fair number in here. The idea is that any chests you leave at least 1 item in, they will repopulate with new items (including unlearned schematics) when you leave the Cradle and return.
This might be able to be farmed similarly in the tombs in Hissing Wastes, though they'll likely have more enemies or take longer to clear. A Cradle run can be done in 5 minutes.
2) If you want crazy on-hit Guard generation, fade-touched silverite stacks with fade-touched obsidian.
Cryshal posted on Dec 06, 2014 1:12:01 AM - Report post
One thing I wish I had known, after doing the quest, "From the Ashes", you can't return to Haven. I would have appreciated a warning. Now I can't meet up with some characters I would have liked to.
To 14) I have this audio bug as well and it's extremely annoying. Here's the catch though, I did not cheat and increased my inqusition level at all. I leveled that up legitimately. Furthermore if I now go and speak to Leliana my audio ****s up completely and I have this "power added" sound everytime I speak to an NPC.
NoireWidow posted on Dec 08, 2014 11:20:30 PM - Report post
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An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest. I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.