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So it's recently occurred to me that if you chose to play a mage in Inquisition that the you would be a mage and inquisitor at the same time,or maybe even a mage at the head of the inquisition, how exactly would that work? GarettTheBoy (talk) 06:05, June 13, 2013 (UTC)

We're not sure yet what Inquisition is. It doesn't have to be an organisation founded to stop the mage-templar war. From what we know, the Inquisition will investigate the tear in the Veil seen in the trailer. And for that, a mage is perfect. Henio0 (talk) 06:24, June 13, 2013 (UTC)

A mage would be awesome for the job as Inquisitor. Can't wait for the horrorfide gasps of templars and they who threaten to swoop down upon you when they come to realization that you are the very thing they hate and hunt; a mage. --AbovexReality (talk) 06:51, June 13, 2013 (UTC)

Mage Warden didn't even have a rank of an enchanter and defeated Caladrius. The Warden had help of companions, but Caladrius had his soldiers. Another magister is the arcane horror in Wending Wood and the Warden commander defeated him with no problem. Hawke killed Corypheus, a mutated ancient magister, also the Champion and the company fought and won fights with Handrianna and Danarius and Tevinter mages, who tried to take the Tome of Koslun. Besides there are antimagic spells, if magister and enchanter cast anti-magic sphere on themselves, then they can fight only by fists. If they are cut of lyrium and animals or people, then that's like duel of gunmen with no ammo for both of them. In that case magister can be desperate to use own blood to cast spells, but the question is whose health will go to zero earlier? (talk) 17:20, June 13, 2013 (UTC)

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