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<onlyinclude>{{CreatureTransformer
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|style = {{{style|}}}
|style={{{style|}}}
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|name = [[Bear]]
|name= [[Bear]]
 
|affiliation = [[Animal]]
 
 
|image = Creature-Bear.jpg
 
|image = Creature-Bear.jpg
|px = 250px
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|px = 270px
|rank = Normal<br/>Lieutenant<br/>Boss
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|rank = [[Rank#Normal|Normal]] <br> [[Rank#Lieutenant|Lieutenant]] <br> [[Rank#Boss|Boss]]
|location = [[Deserted Battlefield]]
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|location = [[Brecilian Forest]], [[Deserted Battlefield]]<br>[[Hinterlands|The Hinterlands]], [[Emerald Graves]], [[Storm Coast]]
|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]]
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|skills = [[Overwhelm (monster)|Overwhelm]] <br> [[Rage (monster)|Rage]] <br> [[Slam (monster)|Slam]]
|skills = [[Overwhelm (monster)|Overwhelm]]<br/>[[Rage (ability)|Rage]]<br/>[[Slam]]
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|variations = Black bear <br> [[Great bear]] <br> Large bear
|variations = Black bear<br/>Great bear<br/>Bereskarn<br/>
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|appearances = [[Dragon Age: Origins]] <br> [[Dragon Age (tabletop RPG)]] <br> [[Heroes of Dragon Age]] <br> [[Dragon Age: Inquisition]]
 
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'''Bears''' are wild animals common to the forests of [[Thedas]]. They are rarely seen during the day and don't attack travelers unless provoked. Enraged bears are remarkably dangerous and can strike massive blows, capable of knocking a man off his feet. Some [[ranger]]s are known to [[Summon Bear|summon]] bears to fight on their side.
   
'''Bears''' are creatures in ''[[Dragon Age: Origins]]''.
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== Involvement ==
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=== ''Dragon Age: Origins'' ===
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Bears are encountered several times in ''[[Dragon Age: Origins]]''.
   
== Background ==
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==== Black bear ====
{{:Codex entry: Bear|style=codexexcerpt|excerptonly=true}}
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[[File:Black bear.png|thumb|A summoned black bear]]
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Black bears are the most common type of bears. They can be [[Summon Bear|summoned]] by a [[Ranger]] and [[Shapeshifter]]s can [[Bear Shape|transform]] into one. The Ranger's bear levels up with the character and thus makes for a great tanking ally, with high health and damage output. While the same applies to the bear form, its use prevents spellcasting and thus it should only be used as a last resort.
   
== Types ==
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==== Locations ====
=== Black Bear ===
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{{:Lothering|style=iconmini}}<br>
[[File:Black bear.png|right|thumbnail|A summoned black bear.]]
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{{:The Fade|style=iconmini}}<br>
Black bears are the most common type of bears. They can be [[Summon Bear|summoned]] by a [[Ranger]] and [[Shapeshifter]]s can [[Bear Shape|transform]] into one. The Ranger's bear levels up with the 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 it should only be used as a last resort.
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{{:Forest Path (Awakening)|style=iconmini}}
   
====Locations====
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==== Skills ====
{{:Lothering|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Slam (ability)|style=iconmini}}<br>
{{:The Fade|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Rage (ability)|style=iconmini}} (summoned bears only)
{{:Forest Path (Awakening)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
 
   
====Skills====
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==== Great bear ====
{{:Slam (ability) |style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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Great bear is far larger and more powerful than the black bear. [[Master Ranger]] converts the summoned bear to Great Bear, marginally increasing its power and letting it use Rage.
{{:Rage (ability)|style=iconmini}} (restricted from summoned bears.){{clrl}}
 
   
=== Great Bear ===
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==== Locations ====
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.
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{{:Brecilian Forest|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Battlefield|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Forest Path (Awakening)|style=iconmini}}<br>
   
====Locations====
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==== Skills ====
{{:Brecilian Forest|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Slam (ability)|style=iconmini}}<br>
{{:Battlefield|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Rage (ability)|style=iconmini}} (summoned bears only)<br>
{{:Forest Path (Awakening)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Overwhelm (ability)|style=iconmini}}
   
=== Bereskarn ===
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[[File:Bear Essentials.png|thumb|400px|none|Black bear, great bear and [[bereskarn]]]]
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|style={{{style|}}}
 
|name= Bereskarn
 
|affiliation=[[Darkspawn]]
 
|image=BereskarnWalking.jpg
 
|px= 270px
 
|rank = [[Lieutenant]]
 
|appearances=[[Dragon Age: Origins]] <br> [[Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening]]
 
|location=[[The Low Road]], [[Elven Ruins]], [[The Fade]]
 
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A bear corrupted by the [[Blight]], that has lost its sentience and became a [[ghoul]], much like [[Blight wolf|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. A Shapeshifter's [[Bear Shape]] will be upgraded to Bereskarn with [[Master Shapeshifter]].
 
   
====Locations====
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=== ''Dragon Age: Inquisition'' ===
{{:Brecilian Forest|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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Bears can be found throughout [[Ferelden]] and [[Orlais]]. Large bears appear during the quest [[Bergrit's Claws]] in the [[Hinterlands]]. There is an even larger and more powerful version of the great bear, Old Scarred Paw, who appears with its cubs during [[A Bear to Cross]].
{{:The Fade|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
 
{{:Low Road|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
 
{{:Circle Tower|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
 
   
==== Skills ====
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==== Types ====
{{:Rage (monster)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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* Bear
{{:Overwhelm (monster)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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* Large bear
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* Great bear
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==== Loot ====
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{{:Bear Claws|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Bear Hide|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Great Bear Claws|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Great Bear Hide|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Great Bear Teeth|style=iconmini}}<br>
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==== Locations ====
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{{:Emerald Graves|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Emprise du Lion|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Fallow Mire|style=iconmini}} (at Granite Point)<br>
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{{:Hinterlands|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Storm Coast|style=iconmini}}<br>
   
 
== Bugs ==
 
== Bugs ==
{{platforms|ps3}} When summoned, the Great Bear will often get stuck in normal-sized doorways. This is noticeable, for example, during the [[Warden's Keep]] [[Downloadable content (Origins)|DLC]] quest.
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=== ''Dragon Age: Origins'' ===
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* {{platforms|ps3}}When summoned, the great bear will often get stuck in normal-sized doorways. This is noticeable, for example, during the ''[[Warden's Keep]]'' [[Downloadable content (Origins)|DLC]].
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== Gallery ==
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<gallery widths="199" captionalign="center">
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BearHoDA.png|A Bear in ''[[Heroes of Dragon Age]]''
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Armored Bear.jpg|An Armored Bear in ''[[Heroes of Dragon Age]]''
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Great-Bear-Emerald-Graves.png|A Great Bear in ''[[Dragon Age: Inquisition]]''
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</gallery>
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== See also ==
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{{:Codex entry: Bear|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Codex entry: Bear (Inquisition)|style=iconmini}}<br>
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{{:Codex entry: Great Bear|style=iconmini}}<br>
 
[[Category:Creatures]]
 
[[Category:Creatures]]
[[Category:Animals]]
 
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Origins creatures]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Age: Origins creatures]]
[[Category:Ghouls]]
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[[Category:Dragon Age (tabletop RPG) creatures]]
[[Category:Darkspawn]]
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[[Category:Heroes of Dragon Age creatures]]
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[[Category:Dragon Age: Inquisition creatures]]

Revision as of 14:25, September 2, 2017


Bears are wild animals common to the forests of Thedas. They are rarely seen during the day and don't attack travelers unless provoked. Enraged bears are remarkably dangerous and can strike massive blows, capable of knocking a man off his feet. Some rangers are known to summon bears to fight on their side.

Involvement

Dragon Age: Origins

Bears are encountered several times in Dragon Age: Origins.

Black bear

Black bear

A summoned black bear

Black bears are the most common type of bears. They can be summoned by a Ranger and Shapeshifters can transform into one. The Ranger's bear levels up with the character and thus makes for a great tanking ally, with high health and damage output. While the same applies to the bear form, its use prevents spellcasting and thus it should only be used as a last resort.

Locations

Ico Village Lothering
Ico Area Map Fade
Ico Area Map Forest Path

Skills

SlamAbilityBear Slam
RageAbilityBear Rage (summoned bears only)

Great bear

Great bear is far larger and more powerful than the black bear. Master Ranger converts the summoned bear to Great Bear, marginally increasing its power and letting it use Rage.

Locations

Ico Forest Brecilian Forest
Ico Back Alley Battlefield
Ico Area Map Forest Path

Skills

SlamAbilityBear Slam
RageAbilityBear Rage (summoned bears only)
Overwhelm Overwhelm

Bear Essentials

Black bear, great bear and bereskarn

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Bears can be found throughout Ferelden and Orlais. Large bears appear during the quest Bergrit's Claws in the Hinterlands. There is an even larger and more powerful version of the great bear, Old Scarred Paw, who appears with its cubs during A Bear to Cross.

Types

  • Bear
  • Large bear
  • Great bear

Loot

Creature research icon Bear Claws
Bear Hide icon Bear Hide
Great Bear Claws icon Great Bear Claws
Great Bear Hide icon Great Bear Hide
Creature research icon Great Bear Teeth

Locations

Emerald Graves icon (Inquisition) Emerald Graves
Emprise du Lion icon (Inquisition) Emprise du Lion
Fallow Mire icon (Inquisition) Fallow Mire (at Granite Point)
Hinterlands icon (Inquisition) Hinterlands
Storm Coast icon (Inquisition) Storm Coast

Bugs

Dragon Age: Origins

  • ps3Icon ps3When summoned, the great bear will often get stuck in normal-sized doorways. This is noticeable, for example, during the Warden's Keep DLC.

Gallery

See also

Ico codex entry Codex entry: Bear
Codex icon DAI Codex entry: Bear (Inquisition)
Codex icon DAI Codex entry: Great Bear

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