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[[File:Corypheus - Doom Upon All the World.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Corypheus using the Orb during the final battle]]
 
[[File:Corypheus - Doom Upon All the World.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Corypheus using the Orb during the final battle]]
   
In the midst of the clash, Corypheus's dragon manages to disable the Inquisitor, just as Corypheus is wounded. Corypheus momentarily withdraws and unleashes the Dragon on the Inquisitor personally, only for the Red Lyrium Dragon to be slain soon after, disrupting Corypheus's ability to leap into other bodies. Rendered vulnerable, Corypheus resolves to see the world destroyed if he cannot rule it. But as the Inquisitor grows close to winning, Corypheus refuses to accept failure after all he has endured and tries calling out to the Old Gods, Dumat in particular, for aid, only for the Inquisitor to rip the orb from his grasp with the Anchor, shattering his jaw. The Inquisitor then uses the Anchor to seal the Breach and hurl Corypheus into the Fade.
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In the midst of the clash, Corypheus's dragon manages to disable the Inquisitor's, just as Corypheus is wounded. Corypheus momentarily withdraws and unleashes the Dragon on the Inquisitor personally, only for the Red Lyrium Dragon to be slain soon after, disrupting Corypheus's ability to leap into other bodies. Rendered vulnerable, Corypheus resolves to see the world destroyed if he cannot rule it. But as the Inquisitor grows close to winning, Corypheus refuses to accept failure after all he has endured and tries calling out to the Old Gods, Dumat in particular, for aid, only for the Inquisitor to rip the orb from his grasp with the Anchor, shattering his jaw. The Inquisitor then uses the Anchor to seal the Breach and hurl Corypheus into the Fade.
 
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}}{{SpoilerDAIT|Two years after Corypheus's defeat, the Inquisitor meets again with [[Solas]], who tells the Inquisitor that he had his agents allow his orb to be obtained by Corypheus, intending for Corypheus to unlock its power and die in the process. However, Solas states that he failed to anticipate that Corypheus had unlocked the secret to effective immortality and would survive.}}
 
}}{{SpoilerDAIT|Two years after Corypheus's defeat, the Inquisitor meets again with [[Solas]], who tells the Inquisitor that he had his agents allow his orb to be obtained by Corypheus, intending for Corypheus to unlock its power and die in the process. However, Solas states that he failed to anticipate that Corypheus had unlocked the secret to effective immortality and would survive.}}
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