A small vial that contains a warm, lime-colored liquid.
A flask containing a white-hot liquid.
A small vial with a thick, frosty liquid.
A small vial with a strangely glowing substance.
The Chantry's templars keep whole vats of this substance in Val Royeaux.
Most experienced spellcasters feel their stomachs drop whenever they see something whose color reminds them of this fierce substance.
Whenever nations find themselves at war, envoys of the opposing generals inevitably discuss a ban on this effective toxin, but the talks never result in a lasting pact.
Concentrated Soldier's Bane
This effective anti-infantry poison is too thick to pour from the flask. Smashing the glass is the only way to get it out.
A flask of corrosive acid.
A glass flask filled with a flammable liquid.
A glass flask filled with an ice-cold liquid.
A glass flask filled with a strangely glowing substance.
A flask filled with a murky green potion.
The surface of this device has been terribly etched by small leaks of its corrosive contents.
Acidic Grease Trap
The acid burns nicely through leather, cloth, and skin. The grease clings to anything. It's a perfect combination for a sadist.
Mild Choking Powder Trap
The packet of dust contained within is surprisingly heavy, as if it were powdered rock or metal.
Choking Powder Trap
A debilitating kitchen accident with expensive imported spices led to the development of this trap.
Choking Powder Cloud Trap
The inventor who devised this trap can no longer speak, so powerfully did his throat object to the mishaps along the way.
In its current state, this trap is cool to the touch, but the substances contained inside are certain to react violently when mixed.
When packed next to each other, this trap can keep a cut of meat fresh for days longer than otherwise. But its primary use is still as a deadly weapon.
Poisoned Caltrop Trap
Poison on the surface of the skin is one thing. Poison deep within the veins, courtesy myriad deep punctures, is quite another.
Even packed safely, this trap causes hair to stand on end.
Mild Sleeping Gas Trap
Even the tiny amount of gas leaking out of this trap causes a tingling sensation.
Sleeping Gas Trap
The original formulation of this trap induced snoring too often. The new design makes it a more a dignified weapon.
Sleeping Gas Cloud Trap
This trap is swaddled thickly in cloth, lest the owner bump it too hard during transportation and lose half the day to an unwanted nap.
To know this trap is to know despair.
Dragon Age: Origins
|Alimar||Orzammar, Dust Town||x99 (unlimited)||16 80|
|Bodahn Feddic||Camp||x99 (unlimited)||18 00 / 13 20 (final battle)|
|Cesar||Denerim, Denerim Market District||x4 / x5 ("special stock")||14 40|
|Levi Dryden||Soldier's Peak, Warden's Keep||x6||14 40|
|Quartermaster||Circle Tower, Apprentice Quarters||x4||14 40|
|Varathorn||Brecilian Outskirts, Dalish Camp||x2 / x3 (after 3 main quests)||14 40|
Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening
|Bartender||City of Amaranthine, The Crown and Lion Inn||x99 (unlimited)||13 20|
|Glassric the Weaponsmith||City of Amaranthine||x99 (unlimited)||14 40|
|Master Henley||City of Amaranthine||x99 (unlimited)||14 40|
|Yuriah||Vigil's Keep, Throne Room||x99 (unlimited)||14 40|