Dragon’s Age Inquisition End Game Guide
Several months ago I got stuck in Dragon’s Age Inquisition end, and it was extremely frustrating. I could not for the life of me figure out how to continue the main quest line. I decided to puts around a bit, and do some side quests. However, that off the beaten path questing did not long last. Following frustration I put the game aside for a couple of months. Dragon’s Age Inquisition end game was something I was trying really hard not to look up, and eventually I gave in.
After several months I decided to pick up Dragon’s Age, and take another crack at it. After spending 30 minutes trying how to trigger the quest What Pride Had Wrought, I decided to take a look on how to get past this part. After looking at some boards, and not finding any good videos I decided to whip together a Dragon’s Age Inquisition End Game Guide. I was able to finally figure out how to trigger the quest. It will appear in the lower right hand part of the Orlais map, but you need to talk to Morrigan in skyhold first to make it happen . After you do that the questline will cost 40 power.
Triggering What Pride Had Wrought
I did not have enough power so I quickly went after some rifts. I figured this would be a quick way to quickly get my power to 40. Depending on how much you quest throughout you should most likely be pretty set to start What Pride Had Wrought. However, if you were like me and decided to pursue opening a bunch of stuff you didn’t need…then well, it may take you a little grinding to get the power.
Collecting Power Quickly
After you beat What Pride Had Wrought depending on some choices you make. I believe there are alternative paths based off what I have read. No, I did not go back and play the different paths, but please be my quest and let me know. The following Dragon’s Age Inquisition End Game for me revolves around a few things.
- Don’t jump down the hole
- You drink the Well of Sorrows
What Pride Had Wrought Part 1:
What Pride Had Wrought Part 2:
Proceeding the completion of What Pride Had Wrought you will kick off The Final Piece. Here you will engage a dragon, whom after defeating is The Final Piece before you take on the biggest baddie of them all…Corypheus and his dragon. Following the Final Piece you will have one more quest along the Dragon’s Age Inquisition Questline. Lastly, will be Doom Upon All the World where you will progressively fight across the map beating back Corypheus and his dragon.
The Final Piece
Doom Upon All The World
You will trigger a bunch of cut scenes throughout the Dragon’s Age Inquisition end game. One interesting thing to note is that apparently Solas unexpectedly goes missing. Stick around after the credits or skip through them to unlock one last cut scene for the game.
What Happened to Solas?
All in all I really enjoyed Dragon’s Age Inquisition, and its definitely a game any RPG lovers should play. It will also be a fun one to play through multiple times, and in the future. The storyline is great, and I felt like I was authoring my own tale the whole way. I was able to complete the game in approximately 51 hours. I am going to assume there was probably a little more because those were the successful saves. There are 11 main quests, and I showed the gameplay of the last three. I hope you enjoyed the Dragon’s Age Inquisition End Game Guide!