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The world of Thedas is home to many species of plants and animals.

Fauna[]

Great bear

Bogfisher

  • Bogfisher – native to southern Ferelden, this creature has a rather monstrous reputation given its appearance; however, they are shy and only hunt eels, frogs, and fish.[17]

Nox Morta, a unique bogfisher

  • Bronto – a large herd animal that dwells underground; dwarves use them as a beast of burden and a food source; brontos are the rough equivalent to surface oxen and cows
  • Bunting - A seed-eating songbird, related to fincehs. It is brown streaked with a boldly marked head.[13]
  • Carp[18]
  • Cat[19][20][21][22]
    • Spotted Hunting Cat[23]
  • Chicken – a common domestic animal[24][25][26][27]
  • Cobra[28]
  • Cod[29][30]
  • Cow[31][32]
    • Qalaba – a type of cow that the Qunari breed, known for its stupidity[33]
  • Cretahl – an ancient horned beast of war that dwells in the Deep Roads
  • Crow[34]
  • Dathrasi – a creature comparable to a pig[35]

Deepstalker

  • Deepstalker – a lizard-like creature found in the Deep Roads and underground caverns, it's a vicious predator that hunts in packs, usually preying on nugs
  • Deer[36][37][38]
  • Dog[41]
  • Dove[42][43]
  • Dracolisk – a powerful animal originating from the Donarks that can be used as a mount; dracolisks were selectively and magically bred by Tevinters to be stronger and larger than their ancestors; they are rumored to share blood with dragons or wyverns
  • Dragon – a large reptilian species that was once thought to be extinct; it's capable of various elemental breaths; only the females mature to the winged stadium
    • Dragonling – a young, wingless dragon
    • Drake – a male dragon that never develops wings
    • Mature dragon – an adult female dragon that is larger than a normal dragon and somewhat smaller than a high dragon
    • High dragon – a mature female dragon, among the most powerful of the species
    • Great dragon – the rarest and oldest of their kind, ranking above high dragons
    • Dragon thrall – a dragon that has been corrupted by the darkspawn taint
  • Druffalo – a bovine-like creature, it has a blue-grey pelt and gleaming black horns[44]

Fennec

Ghast

Gurgut

  • Gurgut – a brightly-colored creature that is found predominantly in wet, marshy regions
  • Gurn – an aggressive creature found in southern Thedas; it tends to live in herds

Hanal'ghilan a cherished golden halla

Greater Nuggalope

Quillback

Ram

Corrupted Spider

Varterral

Black wolf

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The following characters, lore and events in this section are non-canon in Dragon Age and exist only within the Dragon Age tabletop RPG.

Blight Owl, Dragon Age Tabletop RPG

  • Blight Owl – an owl corrupted by the taint, it is large, black, and has blood-red eyes; its beak segments into four parts, hiding jagged teeth inside[52]
  • Bloodcrow – larger than untainted crows, bloodcrows have a dark reddish sheen to its feather, blood-red eyes and snake-like tail with small spikes or spines growing from them
  • Cave beetle – a black, hard-shelled scavenger that feeds on the carrion in the Deep Roads and in undergroud caverns[145]
  • Cavern Bear[52]

Cetus, Sea Serpent in the DA Tabletop RPG

  • Cetus – a large and rare sea serpent called 'aban-ataashi', sea dragon, in Qunlat; it has a smooth-scaled body that conducts electricity; these creatures resid in the warm waters of the Boeric Ocean, though they do occassionally make their way south to the Waking Sea[146]
  • Crag Wolf[52]
  • Firesprite – a four inch tall, faerie-like creature with yellow skin, insect wings, compound eyes like a housefly, and two antennae; preferring to fly despite their humanoid legs, these creatures have a musty yellow glow to them and sing instead of speaking; they that live only in the Korcari Wilds
  • Giant Swamp Crab – these giant crustaceans are twice the size of a human[147]
  • Great Lion[148]
  • Guardian Serpent – a silver, greenish snake-like serpent that is forty feet long, with a prehensile body and tiny legs; it has two horns its head that it uses to gore its victims[149]
  • Lynx[52]
  • Marmot[52]
  • Moose[52]
  • Mountain Lion[148]

Creature research[]

A page from Grim Anatomy

There are several researchers who focus on the study of Thedosian fauna. The Inquisition employs Minaeve and Helisma Derington to investigate local creatures and their behaviours. Professor Frederic from the University of Orlais specializes in draconology; he wrote A Study of the Southern Draconids[150] and Dragon's Testament.[151] Gregor Wurthing is the author of Halla in the Heather, Wolves in the Woods: A Naturalist's Observations.[152] Baron Havard-Pierre d'Amortisan is an Orlesian noble known for studying the most bizarre beasts of Thedas. He is the author of An Anatomie of Various Terrible Beasts.[153][154][155]

Grim Anatomy is a mysterious text written by an unknown author using an invented script. The manuscript contains numerous detailed illustrations of dissected creatures, such as nugs, giants, and wyverns. The author focuses on physiology of animal vision, apparently in an attempt to discover how a demon enters their host's mind.[156]

Flora[]

Amrita Vein

Crystal Grace

  • Crystal Grace – a pale blue flower shaped like a crystal bell; it has a medicinal value.[202]
  • Cucumber[203]
  • Cumin[102]
  • Currant[200]
  • Cypress[205]
  • Daikon Radish[206][207]
  • Daisy[208]
  • Dandelion[163]
  • Deathroot – a purple flower that produces fleshy, red fruits once a year, which can cause disorientation and dizziness if ingested;[209] it has a high purple stall and loose leaves[210] which contain an extract that the Chasind use to induce hallucinations;[211] there are two variants of deathroot:
    • Arcanist Deathroot – more common[209]
    • Lunatic’s Deathroot – induces terrifying hallucinations[209]
  • Dill[93]
  • Dog-Rose[66]
  • Dragonthorn – its wood is used to craft high–quality bows; its leaves can be made into an extract that enhances and stabilizes other magical ingredients[212][166]
  • Eggplant[213]
  • Elderberry[214][215]
  • Elfroot – a hardy plant with large leaves[216] that are shaped like hearts, with green veins;[210] its botanical name is "canavaris"; elfroot is the primary ingredient of many healing salves;[217] its juice can speed up the healing and numb pain; chewing on the root alleviates minor ailments like indigestion, flatulence, and hoarse throat;[216] occasionally, elfroot is added to dishes,[13] when combined with wine, it creates a restorative draft;[163] it's known as "Hari" in Rivain.[218] There are multiple variants of elfroot:
  • Elm[166]
  • Embrium – a flower from the orchid family; its fragrance may help with breathing problems; there are two variants of Embrium:
    • Salubrious Embrium – the healing variant
    • Dark Embrium – has magical properties[219]
  • Felandaris – a twisted shrub with long, thorny shoots, and no leaves; the name means “Demon weed” in elven;[220] its thorns are said to resemble demon’s horns[210] Felandaris grows only in places where the Veil is thin.[220]
  • Felicidus Aria – a rare flower commonly known as the Silent Plains Rose; it’s the only plant found in the Silent Plains that were tainted during the First Blight; the plant is on the verge of extinction because of over–foraging, as its roots are used in the creation of ambrosia; Felicidus Aria is not technically a rose, but its flowers emit a rose–like scent;[221] it’s related to Vandal Aria; Felicidus Aria is known as the only plant to be able to grow on blighted land,[222] though some other species are rumored to possess this quality as well, such as Northern Prickleweed[223]
  • Fennel[93][183]
  • Fern[122]
  • Fig[226]
  • Flax[227]
  • Foxite – a herb common in Ferelden, can be used after distillation to increase the effects of many concoctions[228]
  • Frangipani[229]
  • Frankincense[175]
  • Garlic[102]
  • Ghoul's Beard – a hairy plant found in desert areas; allegedly, ingesting it may cause combustion[230]
  • Ginger[195] – may be used to alleviate flatulence;[30] it's one of the ingredients in a Rivaini tea blend that also contains cinnamon and cloves[193]
  • Gorse[231]
  • Grape[185]
  • Harlot’s Blush – a blue flower[232]
  • Hawthorn[233]
  • Heatherum – a herb common in Ferelden, can be used after distillation to increase the effects of many concoctions[228]
  • Hemp[234][235][236]
  • Hero Tree[237]
  • Hollyhock[238]
  • Honeysuckle[204][185][239]
  • Ironbark- found only in the Brecilian Forest, this wood is slightly blue in colour.
  • Itchweed – a small flower, likely causing itchiness[240]
  • Ivy – a plant that grows over walls[241][242]
  • Jasmine – a strong–smelling flower, possibly smoked by the Dalish[243]In Tevinter, it’s used for making hair oil.[175]
  • Juniper[244]
  • Lavender[245][246]
  • Lemon[195]
  • Licorice[247]
  • Lichen - Used by the dwarves to make bread and a toxic ale.[248][249]
  • Lily[251][252]
  • Lime[253]
  • Lotus
    • Black Lotus – a black flower that grows by bodies of water
    • Blood Lotus – a purple or dark red flower that’s usually found beside bodies of water; its essence can cause hallucinations in high concentration;[254] it’s famous for being able to survive in almost any climate[255]
    • Dawn Lotus – a white flower, similar to Blood Lotus, though it doesn’t share its hallucinogenic properties[254]
  • Mace[76]
  • Madcap – a flower found in Ferelden, ingesting its bulbs causes confusion[256]
  • Maple[257]
  • Mint – a herb that can be used to make tea;[258] there are several varieties of mint:
    • Anderfels' Mint[259]
    • Foxmint – a herb useful for gut problems[13]
    • Peppermint[260]
  • Mintroot – a pungent-smelling plant that grows on trees[3]
  • Moss
    • Oakmoss[261]
    • Redmoss – a plant that can be harvested from a wandering hill; dried redmoss shows restorative effects, though it has to be combined with an emulsion of silverite and elfroot extract to counter fatal toxicity[262]
    • Tree–moss – a fragrant type of moss that the Dalish sprinkle their aravels with, in hopes that it’ll grant them Sylaise’s protection[263]

Varieties of deep mushrooms by Ines Arancia[264]

  • Mushroom
    • Deep Mushrooms – a group of fungi commonly found underground; they grow in proximity to darkspawn bodies and lyrium veins, which gives them their unique flavor and scent; consuming too many may lead to insanity, abdominal cramping, and even death; deep mushrooms should be handled by experienced herbalists; before consumption, they have to be properly cleaned and prepared;[265][266] there are several variants of Deep Mushrooms:
      • Bleeding Russula – its ichor can be used as hinge lubricant[267]
      • Blightcap[265] – grey colored mushroom with a flat cap, grows in clay[210]
      • Blighted Morel[267]
      • Brimstone Mushroom[265]
      • Destroying Spirit[267]
      • Ghoul’s Mushroom[265]
      • Unnamed variety discovered in Ortan Thaig[267]
    • Surface Mushrooms
      • Beetle Spore[267]
      • Drakevein – a mushroom used for making an antidote to wyvern’s venom[161][162]
      • Sponge Root[267]
      • Truffle[213]
  • Mustard plant[122][192]
  • Nightshade[268][213]
  • Nutmeg[253][195][18]
  • Oak[269][270]
  • Oat[102]
  • Olive[183]
  • Onion[271][76]
  • Orange[253][246][195]
  • Orchid[272]
  • Oregano[102]
  • Palm Tree
  • Pansy[275]
  • Parsley[192]
  • Passion Fruit[276]
  • Pea[277][278]
  • Peach[185]
  • Peanut[279]
  • Pear[195]
  • Peony[280]
  • Pepper
  • Pine[52][281]
    • Chir Pine[282]
    • Pine Nut - a nut that comes from a very specific type of pine tree.[13]
  • Plum[283][284]
  • Pomegranate[253]
  • Poppy[285]
  • Potato[93][286]
  • Prickleweed[287]
  • Primaetas – a plant that went extinct during the Second Blight, may be substituted with redmoss[262]
  • Prophet's Laurel – a herb known for its purifying qualities since ancient times, can be used to create poultices, tinctures, and incense; it has glossy dark leaves and red berries; according to folk legend, Andraste’s followers tossed the laurel sprigs before the prophet as she was led to the pyre; Andraste’s ashes fell on the leaves of the laurel and blessed them with healing qualities[289]
  • Pumpkin[290]
  • Rashvine – a plant that’s commonly found in marshes; in contact with the skin, it causes a severe rash; if it gets into the blood, it causes calcification of the tissues, and the affected person may require magical healing or amputation; on the upside, it can be used to brew protective salves that harden the skin; it’s also one of the primary ingredients for Antivan fire[291]
  • Rashvine Nettle – a plant that burns the skin, but doesn’t affect the tongue; it’s completely flavourless; in contact with the skin, it causes unbearable itchiness; it’s an ingredient used to craft dispelling items[292]
  • Raspberry[253]
  • Rice[192][293]
  • Rose[253]
  • Rosemary[195][294]
  • Rowan[295][52]
  • Saffron[296]
  • Sage[297]
  • Seaweed[298][299]
  • Snapdragon'[300]
  • Spinach[13]
  • Spindleweed – a plant that is often found near bodies of water; it’s commonly used to season dishes for the infirm, as it’s believed to speed up recovery;[301] it helps with afflictions of the lungs,[13] as well as combating fever[302]
  • Spruce[52]'[303]
  • Squash[13]
  • Strawberry[305][306]
  • Stripweed – a grass–resembling plant that stings and causes sores; in Tevinter, it’s used for making tea[307]
  • Sugar Cane[308]
  • Sundew – a plant that grows in warm climate, it traps and devours insects; its name in Qunlat is kasaanda.[309]
  • Sunflower[310]
  • Thistle[311]
  • Thyme[18]
  • Tomato[192][13]
  • Turnip[102]
  • Vandal Aria – a flowering shrub related to Felicidus Aria; unlike Felicidus Aria, it doesn’t grow on blighted land, but it thrives in almost all other environments, prefering arid climates; similar to Felicidus Aria, Vandal Aria is not technically a rose, although it possesses a sweet scent, reminiscent of honey and cut grass[222]
  • Vanilla – grows in Rivain[182]
  • Vasanthum tree – a tree that emits a very strong fragrance, its sap can be used for making perfumes, but it can also act as an undetectable poison[312]
  • Violet – during the War of the Lions, Empress Celene declared that wearing purple flowers is a sign of loyalty to her, leading to a shortage of violets in Orlais[313]
  • Walnut[238]
  • Wheat[314][315]
  • Whitewood[166]
  • Willow[316]
  • Winterberry – a herb used for making an antidote to wyvern’s venom[161][162]
  • Witherstalk – a plant found in the Forbidden Oasis; its harvest is very time–consuming and can be used for many different purposes, including: warming draughts, contraceptive (only the fresh sap), altering the state of the mind (dried, possibly combined with other plants)[317]
  • Yew<[166]

Botanical research[]

Botanical illustrations

Botany is a well-developed field of research in Thedas. Value of plants in medicine and alchemy is widely recognized. The Botanical Compendium by Ines Arancia is considered the best source of knowledge on the topic; the book has multiple editions and is found in many libraries.[318] Another botanical publication is Herbology in Thedas by Master Ilian Gravire. There are also examples of botanical maps. The Circles allow mages to study botany; Senior Enchanters may even leave the tower to conduct research in the field.[319] There is a specific college for herbalists where apothecaries receive thorough education.[320]

Trivia[]

  • The Breach and the Rifts significantly impact local wildlife, affecting their natural instincts, such as feeding and migration patterns. The level of aggression in animals may also be increased.[321][152][322]
  • Animals usually avoid places where the Veil is thin. If they do come in contact with the Fade, they grow bigger and become pale.[323]
  • Tillendall Lemallen is a noted painter of wildlife to the Orlesian court.[324]
  • Ambrose Dumont, an Orlesian artist famous for his exquisite paintings has gifted a series of woodcuts to the University of Orlais on the anatomy of nugs, which is now used as a primary reference for any naturalist wishing to study the physiology of this animal.[325]
  • Distillation Agent is made from rare bulbs found in the Frostback Mountains.
  • Eliane Bryland, wife of Rendon Howe, was a skilled herbalist and physician.[326]

Gallery[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 216
  2. Codex entry: The Frostback Mountains
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights, Herold Had the Plan, p. 327
  4. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights, Eight Little Talons, p. 377
  5. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights, Horror of Hormak
  6. 6.0 6.1 Codex entry: Giant Spider
  7. Dragon Age: Core Rulebook, p.277
  8. Codex entry: The Bow of the Golden Sun
  9. Codex entry: Meditations and Odes to Bees
  10. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, pp. 138,265,289
  11. Codex entry: Crate of Live Death Watch Beetles
  12. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 265
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 13.12 13.13 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 289
  14. Dialogue between Amund and Thornton in Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer.
  15. The Boar Has Gone to Ground
  16. Stalker's Boar Hides
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 301
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 18.5 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 283
  19. Cat Lady's Hobble-Stick
  20. Ser Pounce-a-lot
  21. Kitty
  22. Mr. Wiggums, the Circle Mouser and once companion of Anders
  23. Dragon Age: Last Flight, p. 32
  24. Referenced by Wynne who refers to herself as "no spring chicken".
  25. Referenced by Isabela.
  26. Referenced by Varric.
  27. 27.0 27.1 Codex entry: Journal of Gurd Harofsen
  28. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights, Down Among the Dead Men, p. 62.
  29. Mentioned by Varric.
  30. 30.0 30.1 Codex entry: A Tattered Shopping List
  31. Beef Bone
  32. Dragon Age: Last Flight, p. 206.
  33. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 1, p. 42
  34. Featured in the name of the Antivan Crows.
  35. Said by Arishok in Dragon Age II.
  36. Micah's Lucky Deer Foot
  37. 37.0 37.1 Mentioned in Fen'Harel's Fables
  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 38.3 An Unofficial Meeting
  39. You have the hind in view!
  40. Choose your quarry
  41. Codex entry: Fereldan Culture
  42. Leliana/Dialogue
  43. 43.0 43.1 Codex entry: Correspondence Interruptus
  44. Codex entry: Druffalo
  45. Banter between Cole and Dorian.
  46. Blackwall's comment about Sera.
  47. 47.0 47.1 Mentioned by Hawke in Mark of the Assassin DLC.
  48. Eagle Feather Charm
  49. Mentioned by one of the villagers in Stone-Bear Hold after the battle with the Jaws of Hakkon.
  50. Greater Frostback Elk
  51. Varterral
  52. 52.00 52.01 52.02 52.03 52.04 52.05 52.06 52.07 52.08 52.09 52.10 52.11 Dragon Age (tabletop RPG), Blood in Ferelden, p.52
  53. Falcon Crest
  54. The author of Codex entry: The Lady of the Skies, Anashe, is an Avvar falconer.
  55. The Applewoods
  56. Glass Fox
  57. Fox's Pendant
  58. Codex entry: Ghilan'nain: Mother of the Halla
  59. Codex entry: Giant
  60. 60.0 60.1 A Plea for Sanctuary
  61. Mentioned by Svarah Sun-Hair.
  62. Codex entry: The Perendale War
  63. Redblossom Special
  64. Tamar/Dialogue
  65. Grouse Feather Charm
  66. 66.0 66.1 66.2 Short Story: The Riddle of Truth
  67. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 299
  68. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 211, The Tale of Corsa 'the Jackal'
  69. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 287
  70. Dialogue with Ealisay's Ash Wraith
  71. Codex entry: The Folly of General Not-Sheritan
  72. Codex entry: The Lion of Orlais (Inquisition)
  73. Cut Crystal Lion
  74. Referenced in Canto 4.
  75. 75.0 75.1 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 298
  76. 76.0 76.1 76.2 76.3 76.4 76.5 Codex entry: Feast Day Fish
  77. Mentioned by Anders when talking about Ser Pounce-a-lot.
  78. The Acerbic Dowager
  79. A demon encountered in the Fade during the Magi Origin takes the shape of a mouse, thus confirming their existence outside the fade.
  80. Mentioned during the quest Precious Metals.
  81. Dialogue between Leliana and a messenger.
  82. Dennet refers to Dwarf Inquisitor as a 'mule-rider'.
  83. , Dragon Age: Core Rulebook, p. 280
  84. Referred to in Playing the Great Game
  85. Leliana's nickname is Sister Nightingale
  86. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 222
  87. Landmarks in Crestwood: The Guide of Falon'Din
  88. Codex entry: Constellation: Tenebrium
  89. Codex entry: Andruil's Messenger
  90. Ox Bone
  91. Seen in Dragon Age: Origins at the village of Haven
  92. An ox is encounter pulling wares for Old Tegrin on the Gentle Path.
  93. 93.0 93.1 93.2 93.3 93.4 93.5 93.6 93.7 93.8 93.9 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 286
  94. Banter between Thornton and Argent.
  95. Banter between Argent and Amund.
  96. The Glassblowers' Anger
  97. Mentioned by Dorian.
  98. Glass
  99. 99.0 99.1 99.2 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 290
  100. The Well-Read Pig-Farmer
  101. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 285
  102. 102.00 102.01 102.02 102.03 102.04 102.05 102.06 102.07 102.08 102.09 102.10 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 288
  103. Banter between Sera and Varric.
  104. Banter between Sebastian and Varric.
  105. Uncrushable Pigeon
  106. Referenced multiple times by Shale.
  107. Codex entry: The Frostback Mountains
  108. Dalish Gloves (gift)
  109. Dragon Age: The Calling, p.190
  110. Codex entry: Rat
  111. Rat Poison
  112. Codex entry: Dirthamen: Keeper of Secrets
  113. Raven Totem
  114. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights, Herold Had the Plan, p.329
  115. 115.0 115.1 The Next Course
  116. Mentioned by Sandal Feddic in Dragon Age II
  117. Codex entry: Scout Harding
  118. 118.0 118.1 Codex entry: Ram
  119. The Rusted Horn's menu references "mutton pie"; mutton is a cut of meat obtained from sheep that are two years of age or older.
  120. Lamb Bone
  121. Note: Message Board
  122. 122.0 122.1 122.2 122.3 Codex entry: On Avvar Cuisine
  123. Golden Mirror
  124. 124.0 124.1 Per description of Lurking Horrors of the Deep, a book found in the library of Kinloch Hold in the Witch Hunt DLC, see In Search of Morrigan for the complete list of the books.
  125. Banter between Merrill and Anders.
  126. Codex entry: A Nutty Affair
  127. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 145
  128. Codex entry: The Frostback Mountains
  129. In Witch Hunt DLC a book in the circle library has notes with the drawing of a tiger named Ser Pounce-a-lot eating templars in the margins.
  130. Referenced in the item named The Tiger's Tail
  131. Referenced by Fenris to Merrill's defense of demons
  132. Isabela makes reference of it to Sebastian when speaking of Hawke in bed
  133. Codex entry: Tusket
  134. Codex entry: Fennec
  135. Vulture Feather Charm
  136. Jar of Bees
  137. Wasp's Sting
  138. Banter between Thornton and Belinda.
  139. The Whale
  140. Sailor's Charm
  141. Encountered in Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening while venturing the Blackmarsh.
  142. Codex entry: Andraste: Bride of the Maker
  143. Mentioned in dialogue between Bianca Davri and Felim at Emprise du Lion.
  144. Codex entry: Broken Dowsing Rods - No Refunds
  145. , Dragon Age: Core Rulebook, p.278
  146. , Dragon Age: Core Rulebook, p.308
  147. Dragon Age (tabletop RPG)Blood in Ferelden p.27
  148. 148.0 148.1 , Dragon Age: Core Rulebook, p.281
  149. Dragon Age: Core Rulebook, Blood in Ferelden, p. 33
  150. Codex entry: Varghest
  151. Dragon's Testament
  152. 152.0 152.1 Continuing Research
  153. Codex entry: Bogfisher
  154. Codex entry: Gurgut
  155. Codex entry: Quillback
  156. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, pp. 239,250,251,256
  157. They are found in the Hissing Wastes. The tree's object name is listed as acacia in the game files
  158. Object name is listed as "blackwood" in game files.
  159. Codex entry: Amrita Vein
  160. According to the description of Andraste’s Grace in Dragon Age: Origins.
  161. 161.0 161.1 161.2 One of the ingredients of The Master's Salve.
  162. 162.0 162.1 162.2 Dragon Age (tabletop RPG), DLC – Creatures of Thedas ~ The Wyvern, p. 5
  163. 163.0 163.1 163.2 163.3 163.4 163.5 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 291
  164. Atop the Tower of Lights, Look west, to the Tirashan forest. Only shows with the scholar Marquis.
  165. Codex entry: Arbor Blessing
  166. 166.0 166.1 166.2 166.3 166.4 One of the crafting materials in Dragon Age: Origins.
  167. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 293
  168. According to Vivienne’s location comment in Swamp Kuldsdotten in the Frostback Basin.
  169. The Abbess' Road
  170. Dragon Age: Last Flight p.190
  171. 171.0 171.1 171.2 One of the crafting materials in Dragon Age II.
  172. Mentioned by Varric Tethras that he owns a beet plantation in Rivain in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
  173. The Missing Bard
  174. Dragon Age Legends's "Petrified" quest mentions twisted birch.
  175. 175.0 175.1 175.2 175.3 Short Story: Paying the Ferryman
  176. The Hounds
  177. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as boxwood in the game files.
  178. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as boxwood in the game files.
  179. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as boxwood in the game files.
  180. Varric's nickname for Sera in Dragon Age: Inquisition
  181. Dialogue between Thornton and Cillian in Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer.
  182. 182.0 182.1 182.2 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 292
  183. 183.0 183.1 183.2 183.3 183.4 Good Neighbors
  184. According to the description of Sun Blonde Vint-1.
  185. 185.0 185.1 185.2 185.3 185.4 Codex entry: Bottles of Thedas
  186. Seen in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age: Inquisition
  187. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as cattails in the game files.
  188. Codex entry: Falon'Din: Friend of the Dead, the Guide
  189. Dragon Age: The Masked Empire, Chapter 4
  190. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 41
  191. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 155
  192. 192.0 192.1 192.2 192.3 192.4 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 284
  193. 193.0 193.1 193.2 Dragon Age: The Masked Empire, Chapter 1
  194. Banter between Oghren and Wynne.
  195. 195.0 195.1 195.2 195.3 195.4 195.5 195.6 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 282
  196. Banter where Sera misquotes a saying, "Happy as a pig in clover." and Varric corrects her.
  197. Banter between Iron Bull and Varric, which implies Iron Bull has consumed hot cocoa regularly.
  198. Referenced in a drink proposed by a waitress in Tapster's Tavern in A Tale of Orzammar DLC.
  199. Dragon Age: The Masked Empire, p. 362.
  200. 200.0 200.1 200.2 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 295
  201. One of the crafting materials in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
  202. Codex entry: Crystal Grace
  203. Implied by the existence of pickles Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 92
  204. 204.0 204.1 According to the description of West Hill Brandy.
  205. Dragon Age: The Calling, Chapter 6, p. 123
  206. Seen on Dennet's farm in the Hinterlands in Dragon Age: Inquisition
  207. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as daikon in the game files.
  208. Varric's nickname for Merrill in Dragon Age II
  209. 209.0 209.1 209.2 Codex entry: Deathroot
  210. 210.0 210.1 210.2 210.3 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 212
  211. According to the description of deathroot in Dragon Age: Origins.
  212. Codex entry: Dragonthorn
  213. 213.0 213.1 213.2 Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights: Eight Little Talons, p.381
  214. The flower is mentioned in Banter between Luka and Tamar
  215. Elderberry wine is mentioned in Dragon Age (tabletop RPG), Dalish Curse
  216. 216.0 216.1 216.2 216.3 216.4 Codex entry: Elfroot
  217. According to the description of elfroot in Dragon Age: Origins.
  218. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 166, Isabela's mother, posing as a seer, assumed the identity of "Madam Hari", after the local name for elfroot.
  219. Codex entry: Embrium
  220. 220.0 220.1 Codex entry: Felandaris
  221. Codex entry: Ambrosia
  222. 222.0 222.1 Codex entry: Vandal Aria
  223. According to Ines Arancia during the quest Ines the Botanist.
  224. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition's Jaws of Hakkon DLC, it is labeled as fern_red in the game files.
  225. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition's Jaws of Hakkon DLC, it is labeled as fern_sword in the game files.
  226. Beraht is able to purchase figs from the surface to bribe the guards in Orzammar during the Dwarf Commoner Origin
  227. Mentioned by Sten when sharing one of the Qun#Parables parables of the Qun.
  228. 228.0 228.1 According to the description of Concentrator Agent.
  229. Banter between The Iron Bull and Cassandra
  230. Codex entry: Ghoul's Beard
  231. The Hounds
  232. As seen during the quest the Herbalist's Tasks.
  233. Codex entry: The Hedge Witch
  234. Dragon Age: The Calling, Chapter 6, p. 128
  235. Spirit Cord
  236. Spirit Charm
  237. Seen in Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as hero in the game files.
  238. 238.0 238.1 War table operation Dance with the Dowager: The Allemande.
  239. Codex entry: Meditations and Odes to Bees
  240. Dragon Age: The Masked Empire, Chapter 12
  241. Codex entry: Hard in Hightown: Chapter Fifteen
  242. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights: Down Among the Dead Men, p. 57; Hunger, p.188
  243. Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne, Chapter 3
  244. Mentioned as part of Bram Kenric’s memory aid to remember the Elven pantheon, as heard during Ameridan's End.
  245. Codex entry: Notes on Palace Guests
  246. 246.0 246.1 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 84
  247. Banter between Varric and Dorian.
  248. Codex entry: The Casteless
  249. Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 1, p. 37
  250. Mentioned by Luka in Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer
  251. Lily's name is evidence they exist in Thedas
  252. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 158
  253. 253.0 253.1 253.2 253.3 253.4 253.5 Note: The Gilded Horn's Drink List
  254. 254.0 254.1 Codex entry: Blood Lotus
  255. According to the description of Blood Lotus in Dragon Age: Origins.
  256. According to the description of Madcap Bulb.
  257. According to the description of Figurine.
  258. War table mission Plant Crystal in Venatori Headquarters.
  259. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights, Dread Wolf Take You, p. 471
  260. An ingredient in Swift Salve
  261. Mentioned in Banter between Luka and Tamar
  262. 262.0 262.1 Note: Vivienne's Alchemy Notes
  263. Codex entry: Sylaise: the Hearthkeeper
  264. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 138
  265. 265.0 265.1 265.2 265.3 Codex entry: Deep Mushroom
  266. Codex entry: In Praise of the Humble Nug
  267. 267.0 267.1 267.2 267.3 267.4 267.5 Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 138
  268. Combat comment from Merrill when taking a potion.
  269. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 141
  270. Trees are possessed by the Grand Oak in Dragon Age: Origins.
  271. Rotten Onion
  272. Existence implied by the Embrium being part of the orchid family
  273. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition's Jaws of Hakkon DLC, it is labeled as curly palm in the game files.
  274. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition's Jaws of Hakkon DLC, it is labeled as fan palm in the game files.
  275. Love Letter
  276. Rare Antivan Brandy (gift)
  277. Note: Knight-Captain's Orders
  278. Note: A Note from the Skyhold Kitchens
  279. Mentioned in Sten's Fade dream in Dragon Age: Origins.
  280. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 238
  281. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as pine in the game files.
  282. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as boxwood in the game files.
  283. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 86
  284. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 276
  285. Mentioned by Gamlen in a conversation with Leandra during Birthright.
  286. Note: A Note from the Skyhold Kitchens
  287. Mentioned by Leliana when visiting the Valence Cloister.
  288. Mentioned by Ines Arancia during the quest Ines the Botanist
  289. Codex entry: Prophet's Laurel
  290. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 304
  291. Codex entry: Rashvine
  292. According to the description of Rashvine Nettle.
  293. Location remark made by Iron Bull in Crestwood.
  294. Case: the Elusive Iconoclast
  295. Rowan's name implies its existence in the world
  296. The Arrival of the Divine
  297. Codex entry: The Celebrant
  298. Location comment by Sera when exploring the Storm Coast.
  299. Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights: The Horror of Hormak, p. 77
  300. Seen in Orlais planters in Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as snapdragon in the game files.
  301. Codex entry: Spindleweed
  302. Codex entry: Gardner Diary
  303. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is labeled as spruce in the game files.
  304. Seen throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition as vegetable piles, it is labeled as marrow in the game files.
  305. Dragon Age: The Calling, p. 81
  306. Sugar Cake
  307. Banter between Dorian and Iron Bull.
  308. The Anchoress (Card)
  309. Banter between Morrigan and Sten, which implies sundew is found in the Qunari lands and rarely in the southern Thedas
  310. Banter between Cole and Cassandra.
  311. A Swift Stream
  312. Location comment made by Vivienne when nearing the Oasis in the Hissing Wastes.
  313. Codex entry: The Orlesian Civil War
  314. Dragon Age: The Masked Empire, Chapter 11, p. 223
  315. Chant of Light Verses, Shartan 10
  316. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 201, elven lullaby “Where Willows Wail”
  317. Codex entry: Witherstalk
  318. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 137
  319. As seen during the quest Ines the Botanist.
  320. As mentioned by Elan Ve'mal, she and Adan had studied there.
  321. Continuing Her Predecessor's Work
  322. Codex entry: Black Wolf
  323. As seen during the quest A Father's Name, supported by comments made by Solas, Vivienne, Dorian Pavus, and Cole after killing one of the Fade-touched creatures.
  324. Codex entry: August Ram
  325. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 25
  326. Dragon Age logo - new.png Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 113
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