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[[File:BereskarnWalking.jpg|right|thumbnail|One of the Bereskarns.]]
 
[[File:BereskarnWalking.jpg|right|thumbnail|One of the Bereskarns.]]
 
A bear corrupted by the [[Blight]], that has lost its sentience and became a [[ghoul]], much like [[Blight wolves]] and [[Corrupted spider]]s. They use the same skills as Great bears, but have much higher stats, with increased armor, health, attack and defence. One is encountered in the [[Dalish Elf Origin]], while the [[sloth demon]] in Mage Origin has stolen its form and appears and fights like one. Later on, [[The Warden]] can be ambushed by 3 Blight Wolves and Bereskarn in a [[Low Road]] encounter, while another, named Fade Rifter, can be fought during the [[Summoning Sciences]] quest.
 
A bear corrupted by the [[Blight]], that has lost its sentience and became a [[ghoul]], much like [[Blight wolves]] and [[Corrupted spider]]s. They use the same skills as Great bears, but have much higher stats, with increased armor, health, attack and defence. One is encountered in the [[Dalish Elf Origin]], while the [[sloth demon]] in Mage Origin has stolen its form and appears and fights like one. Later on, [[The Warden]] can be ambushed by 3 Blight Wolves and Bereskarn in a [[Low Road]] encounter, while another, named Fade Rifter, can be fought during the [[Summoning Sciences]] quest.
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A Shapeshifter's [[Bear Shape]] will be upgraded to Bereskarn with [[Master Shapeshifter]].
   
 
== Loot ==
 
== Loot ==

Revision as of 04:09, April 6, 2012

Normally, it is almost unheard of for bears to attack travelers. They are, in fact, so shy and so inactive during the day that most people never encounter a bear at all. However, should a bear be provoked, they are remarkably dangerous. The normally placid-seeming creatures become enraged, and can strike massive blows with their paws, capable of knocking a man off his feet.
—From Codex entry: Bear

Background

Bears live in forests, often near settlements. They are known for breaking into cabins and stealing food. They have a special fondness for honey. There is also a trained bear with a trainer at the Pearl brothel in Denerim.

Types

Black Bear

Black bear

A summoned black bear.

The more common type. Encountered in Lothering during the quest When Bears Attack and in the Brecilian Forest. A Mage Warden will also get the black bear companion for the remainder of the Harrowing in the Origin story. Second ranger talent lets you summon a black bear, while the shapeshifters can turn into one with their second spell. Ranger's bear levels up with character and thus makes for a great tanking ally, with high health and damage output. While same applies to the bear form, its use prevents the casting of spells and thus should only be used as a last resort.

They can use the following:

Slam (Ability)
Rage (Ability) (restricted from summoned bears.)

Great Bear

The one in the picture above. It is far larger and more powerful than the Black bear, and gains Overwhelm. Master Ranger converts the summoned bear to Great Bear, marginally increasing its power and letting it use Rage. Lieutenant - ranked Great bears are encountered in the Brecilian Forest, while a boss-ranked version can be fought on the Battlefield location.

Bereskarn

BereskarnWalking

One of the Bereskarns.

A bear corrupted by the Blight, that has lost its sentience and became a ghoul, much like Blight wolves and Corrupted spiders. They use the same skills as Great bears, but have much higher stats, with increased armor, health, attack and defence. One is encountered in the Dalish Elf Origin, while the sloth demon in Mage Origin has stolen its form and appears and fights like one. Later on, The Warden can be ambushed by 3 Blight Wolves and Bereskarn in a Low Road encounter, while another, named Fade Rifter, can be fought during the Summoning Sciences quest.

A Shapeshifter's Bear Shape will be upgraded to Bereskarn with Master Shapeshifter.

Loot

  • None, or random weapon/armor piece (scales up with the character's level.)

See Also

Ico codex entry Codex entry: Bear
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