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== Rewards ==
== Rewards ==
=== Josephine/Leliana ===
'''Both Advisors'''
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* {{Approval3|Varric Approves}}
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Revision as of 00:22, July 31, 2020

Hard in Hightown: A Worthy Dwarf is a war table operation in Dragon Age: Inquisition.


Complete Revenge of the Merchants Guild.

Operation text

Ruffles, Nightingale, and various agents named after crummy jobs,

Thanks for looking into this bullshit mess for me. Based on what you've told me, there's only one person I can think of who specifically uses "bronto-licker" as an insult and also can't write worth a damn: Worthy, an acquaintance of mine from Kirkwall. Although why he'd do all this, I have no idea.

I owe you all drinks,

Advisor suggestions

Note: The time listed is the time it takes with no agents.

Josephine - 8:00:00

We should give this information to the Kirkwall guard. They'll want to arrest Worthy.

Leliana - 6:24:00

We should capture Worthy ourselves and question him about how he infiltrated Skyhold.

Cullen - N/A

Not participating in this mission.




The City of Kirkwall is grateful for the information that led to the arrest of Worthy the Dwarf. He is in guard custody now. His statement upon being arrested was "I would have gotten away with it, if it weren't for those meddling Inquisitors!" We are taking this as a confession.

Viscount Bran



We removed the dwarf from his home in Hightown. He had another manuscript in progress, which we burned, doused in acid, and threw into the sea.

Apparently, he has a beef with Varric for setting up the Champion of Kirkwall with another runecrafter? He ranted about "better beards" and "true dwarves" and then declared himself "the greatest writer in Thedas", at which point Fletcher laughed so hard, she started choking. That dwarf is a menace.

And he claims he didn't send a note to Skyhold.



Both Advisors


  • The quote in Josephine's result is a riff on the standard line from captured villains at the end of episodes of the TV cartoon Scooby-Doo.
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