For the armor in other games, see Armor (Origins) and Armor (Dragon Age II).

Armor in Dragon Age: Inquisition is a protective covering used to prevent damage from being inflicted to the wearer. Armor mitigates physical damage; it does not make you harder to hit. In addition armor will not degrade.

Armor Types[edit | edit source]

For a full list of light armors, see Light armor (Inquisition).
For a full list of medium armors, see Medium armor (Inquisition).
For a full list of heavy armors, see Heavy armor (Inquisition).
For a full list of unique armors, see Unique equipment (Inquisition).

Armor Upgrades[edit | edit source]

For a full list of armor arms, see Armor arms.
For a full list of armor legs, see Armor legs.
For a full list of armor sigils, see Sigils (Inquisition).

Armor Crafting[edit | edit source]

Armor can now be crafted for the first time in the Dragon Age series. To do this The Inquisitor must find schematics accompanied by raw materials, and/or masterwork materials.

Schematics and materials can be received as a reward for quests, completed war table operations, looted from chests, dropped from enemies, or purchased from select merchants. In addition, raw and masterwork materials can be acquired from mining or by hunting wildlife in various locations throughout the game.

Armor Schematics[edit | edit source]

For a full list of crafted armors and upgrades, see Armor schematics.
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