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The fortress appears to be small, but is sturdy, with tall walls made of dark jetstone and metal ramparts. In fact it is built into the side of the chasm with vast halls down below. Once, it belonged to the [[Grey Wardens]] who beat back the [[darkspawn]] that rose from the chasm during the [[Second Blight]], a symbol of their impossible achievement. Then, it housed more than a thousand men and [[griffon]]s - with weyrs opened onto the chasm.
 
The fortress appears to be small, but is sturdy, with tall walls made of dark jetstone and metal ramparts. In fact it is built into the side of the chasm with vast halls down below. Once, it belonged to the [[Grey Wardens]] who beat back the [[darkspawn]] that rose from the chasm during the [[Second Blight]], a symbol of their impossible achievement. Then, it housed more than a thousand men and [[griffon]]s - with weyrs opened onto the chasm.
   
With passing years, the Western Approach became a wasteland and maintaining the keep became more and more expensive in the eyes of the visiting Warden-Commanders. The sacrifices of the order became a distant memory to the locals, who despite [[demon]] attacks on the area's population considered only the Grey Wardens themselves to truly be in danger from the thin [[Veil]] and the darkspawn crawling out of the Abyssal Rift. As personnel dwindled and the griffons no longer helped surveil the badlands, the Wardens ultimately pulled back in disgrace to [[Montsimmard]]. At the dawning of the [[Blessed Age]], Adamant fortress was abandoned, having become a symbol of the Wardens' decline in the region.<ref>[http://www.dragonage.com/#!/en_US/news/the-fortress-of-adamant The Fortress of Adamant]. Dragon Age.</ref>
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With passing years, the Western Approach became a wasteland and maintaining the keep became more and more expensive in the eyes of the visiting [[Commander of the Grey|Warden-Commanders]]. The sacrifices of the order became a distant memory to the locals, who despite [[demon]] attacks on the area's population considered only the Grey Wardens themselves to truly be in danger from the thin [[Veil]] and the darkspawn crawling out of the Abyssal Rift. As personnel dwindled and the griffons no longer helped surveil the badlands, the Wardens ultimately pulled back in disgrace to [[Montsimmard]]. At the dawning of the [[Blessed Age]], Adamant fortress was abandoned, having become a symbol of the Wardens' decline in the region.<ref>[http://www.dragonage.com/#!/en_US/news/the-fortress-of-adamant The Fortress of Adamant]. Dragon Age.</ref>
   
 
== Involvement ==
 
== Involvement ==
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[[File:Adamant.jpg|thumb|297x297px|The Inquisition's assault]]
 
[[File:Adamant.jpg|thumb|297x297px|The Inquisition's assault]]
In 9:41 Dragon, Adamant is reoccupied by the Orlesian Grey Wardens, who had allied with the [[Venatori]]. Sacrificing their own warriors, enthralled Warden mages began summoning demons, ostensibly to march into the Deep Roads to kill the [[Old Gods]]. However, the fortress came under siege by the [[Inquisition]], due to the Wardens sheltering Magister [[Livius Erimond]], a member of the Venatori. When [[the Inquisitor]], [[Hawke]] and a Warden ally reaches Warden-Commander [[Clarel]], they were able to convince her that Erimond is in league with [[Corypheus]], an ancient darkspawn. In the resulting battle, the Inquisitor, Hawke, the Warden ally and their party accidentally fall into the [[Fade]]. After escaping the dream realm, with either Hawke or the Warden ally staying behind to fight the [[Nightmare (demon)|Nightmare demon]], the Inquisitor has the option of either allying with the surviving Wardens or exiling them from Orlais.
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In 9:41 Dragon, Adamant is reoccupied by the [[Orlais|Orlesian]] [[Grey Wardens]], who had allied with the [[Venatori]]. Sacrificing their own warriors, enthralled Warden [[mages]] began summoning demons, ostensibly to march into the Deep Roads to kill the [[Old Gods]]. However, the fortress came under siege by the [[Inquisition]], due to the Wardens sheltering [[Magister]] [[Livius Erimond]], a member of the Venatori. When [[the Inquisitor]], [[Hawke]] and a Warden ally reaches [[Commander of the Grey|Warden-Commander]] [[Clarel de Chanson|Clarel]], they were able to convince her that Erimond is in league with [[Corypheus]], an ancient darkspawn. In the resulting battle, the Inquisitor, Hawke, the Warden ally and their party accidentally fall into the [[Fade]]. After escaping the dream realm, with either Hawke or the Warden ally staying behind to fight the [[Nightmare (demon)|Nightmare demon]], the Inquisitor has the option of either allying with the surviving Wardens or exiling them from Orlais.
   
 
Afterwards the Inquisitor can order [[Bull's Chargers]] to [[Destroy Adamant Fortress]].}}
 
Afterwards the Inquisitor can order [[Bull's Chargers]] to [[Destroy Adamant Fortress]].}}
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== Enemies ==
 
== Enemies ==
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(Most enemies are levels 11-15)
 
(Most enemies are levels 11-15)
 
* [[Rage demon]]
 
* [[Rage demon]]
 
* [[Pride demon]]
 
* [[Pride demon]]
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* [[Despair demon]]
 
* [[Shade]]
 
* [[Shade]]
 
* [[Terror demon|Greater terror]]
 
* [[Terror demon|Greater terror]]
 
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* [[Grey Wardens]]
 
* [[Grey Wardens]]
** Warden
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** Warden - ([[Warrior (Inquisition)|Warrior - Sword]])
** Warden Recruit
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** Warden Archer - ([[Archery abilities|Archer]])
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** Senior Warden - ([[Weapon and Shield abilities|Sword and Tower Shield]])
 
** Warden Spellbinder
 
** Warden Spellbinder
 
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}}
   
 
== Notable items ==
 
== Notable items ==
* Grey Warden [[Banners|banner]]
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* [[Banners|Grey Warden Banner]] - In a chest at the second siege point (where [[Hawke]] is)
 
* [[Supply Cache]]
 
* [[Supply Cache]]
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== Notes ==
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* While the fortress is located in the [[Western Approach]], it cannot be reached other than through the [[Here Lies the Abyss]] operation.
   
 
== Codex entries ==
 
== Codex entries ==
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
<gallery widths="199" captionalign="center">
 
<gallery widths="199" captionalign="center">
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Battlements - Adamant.png|The Battlements of Adamant Fortress
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Adamant Fortress.jpg|Overview of Adamant Fortress
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Adamant Fortress Interior.png|Adamant Fortress Interior
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Adamant Fortress Lower Level Map.png|Adamant Fortress Lower Level Map
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Adamant Fortress Upper Level Map.png|Adamant Fortress Upper Level Map
 
Location - Adamant.png|Map showing the location of the Adamant fortress
 
Location - Adamant.png|Map showing the location of the Adamant fortress
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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{{Grey Wardens}}
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[[ru:Крепость Адамант]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Asunder locations]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Asunder locations]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Inquisition locations]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Inquisition locations]]

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Adamant Fortress is an Orlesian fortress constructed by dwarves in the Western Approach that stands on the very edge of the Abyssal Rift - a deep chasm that is believed to run as far down as the Deep Roads.

Background Edit

The fortress appears to be small, but is sturdy, with tall walls made of dark jetstone and metal ramparts. In fact it is built into the side of the chasm with vast halls down below. Once, it belonged to the Grey Wardens who beat back the darkspawn that rose from the chasm during the Second Blight, a symbol of their impossible achievement. Then, it housed more than a thousand men and griffons - with weyrs opened onto the chasm.

With passing years, the Western Approach became a wasteland and maintaining the keep became more and more expensive in the eyes of the visiting Warden-Commanders. The sacrifices of the order became a distant memory to the locals, who despite demon attacks on the area's population considered only the Grey Wardens themselves to truly be in danger from the thin Veil and the darkspawn crawling out of the Abyssal Rift. As personnel dwindled and the griffons no longer helped surveil the badlands, the Wardens ultimately pulled back in disgrace to Montsimmard. At the dawning of the Blessed Age, Adamant fortress was abandoned, having become a symbol of the Wardens' decline in the region.[1]

Involvement Edit

Dragon Age: Asunder Edit


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Asunder.


The keep became a home for the tranquil named Pharamond, who conducted his research there due to the Veil being very thin. The keep's inhabitants supported his research and even sealed the keep at the Lord Mayor's suggestion. As a result of his experiments, the fortress was overrun by demons in 9:40 Dragon. All buildings but the keep itself were burned to the ground, and most of the inhabitants were killed and their corpses were possessed.

The only survivor who was found was a female human named Dabrissa.[2]

Dragon Age: Inquisition Edit


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Inquisition.


Adamant

The Inquisition's assault

In 9:41 Dragon, Adamant is reoccupied by the Orlesian Grey Wardens, who had allied with the Venatori. Sacrificing their own warriors, enthralled Warden mages began summoning demons, ostensibly to march into the Deep Roads to kill the Old Gods. However, the fortress came under siege by the Inquisition, due to the Wardens sheltering Magister Livius Erimond, a member of the Venatori. When the Inquisitor, Hawke and a Warden ally reaches Warden-Commander Clarel, they were able to convince her that Erimond is in league with Corypheus, an ancient darkspawn. In the resulting battle, the Inquisitor, Hawke, the Warden ally and their party accidentally fall into the Fade. After escaping the dream realm, with either Hawke or the Warden ally staying behind to fight the Nightmare demon, the Inquisitor has the option of either allying with the surviving Wardens or exiling them from Orlais.

Afterwards the Inquisitor can order Bull's Chargers to Destroy Adamant Fortress.

Quests Edit

Characters Edit

Enemies Edit

(Most enemies are levels 11-15)


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Inquisition.



Notable items Edit

Notes Edit

Codex entries Edit

Codex icon DAI Codex entry: Adamant Fortress
Codex icon DAI Codex entry: A Letter from Warden-Commander Clarel

Gallery Edit

References Edit

  1. The Fortress of Adamant. Dragon Age.
  2. Dragon Age: Asunder, p. 184
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