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Kal'Hirol is a great thaig of the dwarves and long known as a center of learning for the smith caste. It is established and named after Paragon Hirol. It is situated beneath the Arling of Amaranthine in Ferelden.

Background

Its workshops are where Paragon Hirol conceived his famous improvements to golem resilience and power, and where Hirol's favorite student developed a method for storing refined lyrium that is still used centuries after their conception. These breakthroughs brought Kal'Hirol great prosperity; its passageways are said to have glittered with gold and silver. This didn't last long however as it fell to the darkspawn during or shortly afterwards the First Blight.[1] Its population went to Orzammar, while two hundred casteless led by Dailan were left behind in order to delay the horde.

Involvement


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening.


The Warden-Commander successfully ventures into the great thaig in order to eliminate the broodmothers which reside in its lower levels as well as learn more about the darkspawn civil war. There it is uncovered that two hundred casteless dwarves were the last defence of the fortress in order to give enough time for the rest of the population of Kal'Hirol to escape in Orzammar's safety.

In the epilogue, it is mentioned that Kal'Hirol is cleared of darkspawn, and eventually the dwarves of Orzammar attempt to reclaim it. House Helmi ultimately leads a host of dwarves to clear the Deep Roads between Orzammar and Kal'Hirol, and though the losses were great, they are ultimately successful in 9:31 Dragon.

Places

Ico Area Map Kal'Hirol - Lower Reaches
Ico Area Map Kal'Hirol - Main Hall
Ico Area Map Kal'Hirol - Trade Quarter

Quests

Ico Quest Last of the Legion

Enemies

Gallery

See also

Ico codex entry Codex entry: The Fortress of Kal'Hirol
Ico codex entry Codex entry: The Paragon Hirol
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Dailan's Journal
Ico codex entry Codex entry: A Scout's Report

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