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|name = [[Korcari Wilds]]
|caption = Korcari Wilds
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|icon = Ico Forest.png
|type = [[Forest]]
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|image = Korcari Wilds Area.jpg
|location = South-Eastern [[Ferelden]]
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|inhabitants = [[Humans]]
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|caption = Korcari Wilds
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|terrain = Forest
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|location = South-Eastern [[Ferelden]]
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|exits = [[Flemeth's Hut]] <br> [[Ostagar]]
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|inhabitants = [[Human]]s, [[Chasind Wilder|Chasind]], [[Wolf|Wolves]], [[Darkspawn]], [[Firesprite]]s, [[Silent Crawler]]s
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|characters = Dying Soldier, [[Morrigan]]
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|appearances = [[Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne]] <br> [[Dragon Age: Origins]] <br> [[Dragon Age (tabletop RPG)]]
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The '''Korcari Wilds''' are a cold southern expanse of forests whose extent is not truly known. The [[Chasind Wilders]], who live within, say that a wasteland of snow and ice waits further to the south, filled only with desolate tundra and nomadic barbarians, but the northerners believe little of what the Chasind tell them.
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The '''Korcari Wilds''' are a cold southern expanse of forest and swamp, the extent of which is not truly known. [[Chasind Wilder]]s speak of a wasteland of snow and ice further to the south, filled only with desolate tundra and nomadic barbarians. Most northerners believe little of what the Chasind have to say.
   
These forests are home to the legendary "Witch of the Wilds," [[Flemeth]] and [[Morrigan | her daughters]].
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The Wilds are also home to [[Flemeth]], the legendary "[[Witch of the Wilds]]", and her daughters.
   
Local legends state that the perpetual mist surrounding the Wilds is not natural, but rather the result of a curse. Long ago, when [[werewolves]] terrorized the country, a great [[Fereldans#Arls/Arlessa |arl]] ventured into the Wilds killing every wolf he could find, werewolf or not. A great werewolf grew enraged at the slaughter and used the blade that stabbed his mate to stab his own heart. A great mist seeped forth from his mortal wound surrounding the entire Wilds. It was so dense that the arl and his soldiers were lost inside forever.
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South of the Wilds itself lies the mysterious region known as the Sunless Lands.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20181202181044/http://holyshitdragonage.tumblr.com/post/95151315186/are-the-lands-north-of-thedas-convenient The Bittersweetest Thing] (archived)</ref><ref>[[The Sunless Staff]]</ref>
   
== Interesting characters or objects ==
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== Background ==
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[[File:Korcari Wilds.jpg|250px|right]]
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Local legends state that the perpetual mist surrounding the Wilds is not natural, but rather the result of a curse. Long ago, when [[werewolves]] terrorized the country, a great [[Fereldans#Arls/Arlessa|arl]] ventured into the Wilds killing every wolf he could find, as well as any Chasind. A Chasind mother was outraged upon finding her sons dead at the soldiers' blades - one of which she stabbed into her own heart. A great mist seeped forth from this mortal wound and spread throughout the Wilds. It was so dense that the arl and his soldiers were lost inside forever.
   
* Missionary Rigby: the corpse of this missionary can be found in the water close to the entrance of the wilds, on the west side. Looting the letter on the body will unlock the codex entry [[Codex:_Quest-Related#Letter_to_Jogby|Letter to Jogby]] and start the quest [[The Missionary]].
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At -410 [[Ancient Age|Ancient]] a group of [[Kossith]] lands in the southern [[Korcari Wilds]], likely from The Frozen Seas on the east and establishes a colony. This group is believed to have been eliminated during the [[First Blight]] but beforehand, some of its females were turned into [[broodmother]]s by the [[darkspawn]] and gave rise to the first appearance of [[Ogre]]s in [[Thedas]].<ref>{{Cite wot|26}}</ref>
* Several [[Elfroot]] plants can be found in the area
 
* A dying soldier on the path triggers a cutscene which shows how scared/confident each party member is regarding the darkspawn
 
* The [[Wilds Flower]] needed to heal the hound for the quest [[The Mabari Hound]] can be found not far from the dying soldier
 
   
==Quests==
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== Involvement ==
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{{SpoilerTST|[[Maric Theirin|Prince Maric]] fled with the help of [[Loghain Mac Tir|Loghain]] into the Korcari Wilds in order to escape from the forces of the usurper King [[Meghren]] during the [[Fereldan Rebellion]] in 8:96 [[Blessed Age|Blessed]]. Within the Wilds, they experienced many difficulties and they felt relieved when they finally left the forest. A [[Dalish]] clan also resided within the Korcari Wilds at that time.}}
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{{SpoilerDAO|
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* In this region the new recruits will encounter their first [[hurlock emissary]] and [[hurlock alpha]].
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* Interacting with a Dying Soldier (just past the wolves near the exit) triggers a cut-scene in which each party member can express their attitude towards the current mission. The soldier is the sole survivor of a scouting party ambushed by darkspawn. If The Warden kills the soldier ({{approval|Alistair|-3}}) or leaves him to die, a low-tier armor piece or weapon will drop.
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* Missionary Jogby (the son): the corpse of a missionary can be found at the edge of the water southwest of the exit. Searching the body yields a [[Codex entry: Letter to Jogby|letter]] and starts the side quest [[the Missionary]].
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* Missionary Rigby (the father): another corpse, this can be found atop a hill on the mid-east side of the map, near a locked chest amongst some ruins. Looting the body will unlock a [[Codex entry: Rigby's Last Will and Testament|codex entry]] and start the side quest [[Last Will and Testament]].
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* The [[Wilds Flower]] needed for [[the Mabari Hound]] can be found in numerous locations throughout the area, all on mossy logs; the one closest to the exit is just past the dying soldier mentioned above. (If the Warden has not acquired the appropriate side quest, examining the flower prompts [[Daveth]] to mention that the [[Kennel Master]] is offering a reward for it). Once any one of these has been picked, they all cease to be "lootable" objects.
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* The [[Vial of Darkspawn Blood|blood]] needed for the [[Tainted Blood]] quest will drop frequently from [[Hurlock]]s and [[Genlock]]s alike. Although the quest only requires three vials, it is possible to end up with more; however, they are still simply plot items and serve no other purpose. Once three or more have been picked up, they will cease to drop, and all the collected [[Vial of Darkspawn Blood|vials]] will be removed from inventory when the quest is resolved.
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* At a campsite to the northwest is a chest containing [[Rigby's Field Journal]]. Taking it will unlock a [[Codex entry: Signs of the Chasind|codex entry]], set in motion the quest [[Chasind Trail Signs]], and mark the first Sign on the area map, just past the arches next to the campsite. Note that the quest might not appear in the party journal until all Signs have been tracked down.
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* In the same campsite (beneath the campfire) is a hidden cache that continues the [[Last Will and Testament]] side quest (see Missionary Rigby, above; the cache will not be accessible until that quest has begun). '''''(A note under [[Chasind Trail Signs]] charts a walkthrough for all three of the Jogby/Rigby side quests.)'''''
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* Across the bridge in the south end (an area dense with Flimsy Leghold Traps) is the corpse of a soldier carrying a [[Excerpt from Local Myths and Legends|page]] from a book and a [[Pouch of Ashes|pouch]]. The ashes in the pouch can be used to summon a powerful [[Gazarath|shade]] at a small pile of rocks on a rise, east of the corpse. See [[A Pinch of Ashes]] for details.
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* Alistair and the recruits will eventually (in the eastern half of the map) reach a ruined tower where they find [[The Grey Wardens' Cache]] - or what is left of it. Examining the remains triggers the cut-scene introducing [[Morrigan]]. After a brief, possibly reciprocated interrogation, she is prepared to bring the party to [[Flemeth's Hut]], though departure may be postponed if the party is not yet ready to proceed.}}
   
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== Enemies ==
[[File:KorcariWildsMap.png|thumb|Korcari Wilds Map]]
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* [[Wolf]] ([[Animal]], [[Normal]])
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* [[Wolf|Alpha Wolf]] ([[Animal]], [[Elite]])
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* [[Genlock]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Normal]])
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* [[Genlock archer]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Normal]])
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* [[Genlock rogue]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Normal]]) - uses [[Stealth (Origins)|stealth]]
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* [[Hurlock]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Normal]])
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* [[Hurlock archer]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Normal]])
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* [[Hurlock emissary]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Elite]])
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* [[Hurlock Alpha]] ([[Darkspawn]], [[Elite]])
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* [[Gazarath]] ([[Shade]], [[Boss]]) - see [[A Pinch of Ashes]]
   
* [[The Missionary]] (side quest)
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[[File:KorcariWildsMap.png|thumb|270px|Map of the Area]]
* [[Last Will and Testament]] (side quest)
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== Notable items ==
* [[Chasind Trail Signs]] (side quest)
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* [[Codex:_Quest-Related#A_Pinch_of_Ashes|A Pinch of Ashes]] (unmarked side quest)
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'''Plot Items:'''
[[Category: Locations]]
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{{:Beloved Amulet|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Excerpt from Local Myths and Legends|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Pouch of Ashes|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Rigby's Last Will and Testament|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Vial of Darkspawn Blood|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Wilds Flower|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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'''Plants:'''
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{{:Deathroot (Origins)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Elfroot (Origins)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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'''Chasind Cache:'''
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{{:Barbarian Mace|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Chasind Crusher|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Chasind Robes|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Thane Helmet|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Wilds Bow|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Malachite|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Topaz|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Quartz|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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'''Other:'''
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{{:Chasind Flatblade|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Enchanted Dagger (Origins)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Darkspawn Staff (Origins)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Enchanter's Footing|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Mud Idol|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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== Codex entries ==
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{{:Codex entry: A Pinch of Ashes|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Farewell Letter to Jogby|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Genlock (Origins)|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Hurlock|style=iconmini}} (with addenda for the Alpha and Emissary){{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Letter to Jogby|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Rigby's Last Will and Testament|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Signs of the Chasind|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Shade|style=iconmini}} (if you kill [[Gazarath]]){{clrl}}
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{{:Codex entry: Wolf|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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[[File:KorcariWildsConceptArt.jpg|thumb|270px|Concept art]]
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== Containers ==
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''Near wolves vs. darkspawn area''
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* {{TextContainer|Chest}} ([[Treasure#Darkspawn|Darkspawn]], Elite) - locked
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* {{TextContainer|Chest}} ([[Treasure#Ferelden|Ferelden]], Normal) - locked
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* {{TextContainer|Crate}} ([[Treasure#Generic Armor|Generic Armor]], Critter)
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* {{TextContainer|Crate}} ([[Treasure#Generic|Generic]], Critter)
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* {{TextContainer|Crate}} ([[Treasure#Generic|Generic]], Critter)
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''Western camp''
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* {{TextContainer|Chest}} ([[Treasure#Barbarian|Barbarian]], Normal) - contains [[Mud Idol]] and [[Codex entry: Signs of the Chasind|Rigby's Field Journal]]
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* {{TextContainer|Sack}} ([[Treasure#Generic|Generic]], Critter)
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''Quest-related''
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* {{TextContainer|Iron Chest}} ([[Treasure#Ferelden|Ferelden]], Elite) - contains [[Chasind Flatblade]] and [[Codex entry: Farewell Letter to Jogby|a letter]]
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* {{TextContainer|Chasind Cache}} (''see above'')
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== Notes ==
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* {{platforms|pc}}One of the Flimsy Leghold Traps cannot be disarmed.
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* Once the cutscene with [[Morrigan]] and [[Flemeth]] is over, it is still possible to return to the Wilds, but only before the Joining ritual is done. After the Joining, this area becomes permanently inaccessible.
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== Trivia ==
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* On the [[:File:ThedasMap.jpg|official map]] released by [[BioWare]], the Korcari Wilds are misspelled as "Kocari Wilds."
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== See also ==
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{{:Codex entry: The Korcari Wilds|style=iconmini}}{{clrl}}
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== References ==
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<references/>
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[[es:Espesura de Korcari]]
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[[Category:Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne locations]]
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[[Category:Dragon Age: Origins locations]]
 
[[Category:Ferelden]]
 
[[Category:Ferelden]]
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[[Category:Dragon Age (tabletop RPG) locations]]

Revision as of 01:21, January 19, 2020

The Korcari Wilds are a cold southern expanse of forest and swamp, the extent of which is not truly known. Chasind Wilders speak of a wasteland of snow and ice further to the south, filled only with desolate tundra and nomadic barbarians. Most northerners believe little of what the Chasind have to say.

The Wilds are also home to Flemeth, the legendary "Witch of the Wilds", and her daughters.

South of the Wilds itself lies the mysterious region known as the Sunless Lands.[1][2]

Background

Korcari Wilds

Local legends state that the perpetual mist surrounding the Wilds is not natural, but rather the result of a curse. Long ago, when werewolves terrorized the country, a great arl ventured into the Wilds killing every wolf he could find, as well as any Chasind. A Chasind mother was outraged upon finding her sons dead at the soldiers' blades - one of which she stabbed into her own heart. A great mist seeped forth from this mortal wound and spread throughout the Wilds. It was so dense that the arl and his soldiers were lost inside forever.

At -410 Ancient a group of Kossith lands in the southern Korcari Wilds, likely from The Frozen Seas on the east and establishes a colony. This group is believed to have been eliminated during the First Blight but beforehand, some of its females were turned into broodmothers by the darkspawn and gave rise to the first appearance of Ogres in Thedas.[3]

Involvement


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne.


Prince Maric fled with the help of Loghain into the Korcari Wilds in order to escape from the forces of the usurper King Meghren during the Fereldan Rebellion in 8:96 Blessed. Within the Wilds, they experienced many difficulties and they felt relieved when they finally left the forest. A Dalish clan also resided within the Korcari Wilds at that time.


This section contains spoilers for:
Dragon Age: Origins.


  • In this region the new recruits will encounter their first hurlock emissary and hurlock alpha.
  • Interacting with a Dying Soldier (just past the wolves near the exit) triggers a cut-scene in which each party member can express their attitude towards the current mission. The soldier is the sole survivor of a scouting party ambushed by darkspawn. If The Warden kills the soldier (Ico DisAppr Heart Alistair disapproves (-3)) or leaves him to die, a low-tier armor piece or weapon will drop.
  • Missionary Jogby (the son): the corpse of a missionary can be found at the edge of the water southwest of the exit. Searching the body yields a letter and starts the side quest the Missionary.
  • Missionary Rigby (the father): another corpse, this can be found atop a hill on the mid-east side of the map, near a locked chest amongst some ruins. Looting the body will unlock a codex entry and start the side quest Last Will and Testament.
  • The Wilds Flower needed for the Mabari Hound can be found in numerous locations throughout the area, all on mossy logs; the one closest to the exit is just past the dying soldier mentioned above. (If the Warden has not acquired the appropriate side quest, examining the flower prompts Daveth to mention that the Kennel Master is offering a reward for it). Once any one of these has been picked, they all cease to be "lootable" objects.
  • The blood needed for the Tainted Blood quest will drop frequently from Hurlocks and Genlocks alike. Although the quest only requires three vials, it is possible to end up with more; however, they are still simply plot items and serve no other purpose. Once three or more have been picked up, they will cease to drop, and all the collected vials will be removed from inventory when the quest is resolved.
  • At a campsite to the northwest is a chest containing Rigby's Field Journal. Taking it will unlock a codex entry, set in motion the quest Chasind Trail Signs, and mark the first Sign on the area map, just past the arches next to the campsite. Note that the quest might not appear in the party journal until all Signs have been tracked down.
  • In the same campsite (beneath the campfire) is a hidden cache that continues the Last Will and Testament side quest (see Missionary Rigby, above; the cache will not be accessible until that quest has begun). (A note under Chasind Trail Signs charts a walkthrough for all three of the Jogby/Rigby side quests.)
  • Across the bridge in the south end (an area dense with Flimsy Leghold Traps) is the corpse of a soldier carrying a page from a book and a pouch. The ashes in the pouch can be used to summon a powerful shade at a small pile of rocks on a rise, east of the corpse. See A Pinch of Ashes for details.
  • Alistair and the recruits will eventually (in the eastern half of the map) reach a ruined tower where they find The Grey Wardens' Cache - or what is left of it. Examining the remains triggers the cut-scene introducing Morrigan. After a brief, possibly reciprocated interrogation, she is prepared to bring the party to Flemeth's Hut, though departure may be postponed if the party is not yet ready to proceed.

Enemies

KorcariWildsMap

Map of the Area

Notable items

Plot Items:

Ico amulet Beloved Amulet
Plt ico burned love letter Excerpt from Local Myths and Legends
Plt ico sacred ashes Pouch of Ashes
Plt ico grey warden docs Rigby's Last Will and Testament
Plt ico darkspawn blood Vial of Darkspawn Blood
Plt ico flower Wilds Flower

Plants:

Rgt ico deathroot Deathroot
Rgt ico elfroot Elfroot

Chasind Cache:

Ico mace Barbarian Mace
Ico warhammer Chasind Crusher
Ico armor robe Chasind Robes
Ico helm heavy Thane Helmet
Ico shortbow Wilds Bow
Tre ico malachite Malachite
Tre ico topaz Topaz
Tre ico quartz Quartz

Other:

Ico greatsword Chasind Flatblade
Ico dagger Enchanted Dagger
Ico staff Darkspawn Staff
Ico boots light Enchanter's Footing
Ico amulet Mud Idol

Codex entries

Ico codex entry Codex entry: A Pinch of Ashes
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Farewell Letter to Jogby
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Genlock
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Hurlock (with addenda for the Alpha and Emissary)
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Letter to Jogby
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Rigby's Last Will and Testament
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Signs of the Chasind
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Shade (if you kill Gazarath)
Ico codex entry Codex entry: Wolf
KorcariWildsConceptArt

Concept art

Containers

Near wolves vs. darkspawn area

Western camp

Quest-related

Notes

  • pcIcon pcOne of the Flimsy Leghold Traps cannot be disarmed.
  • Once the cutscene with Morrigan and Flemeth is over, it is still possible to return to the Wilds, but only before the Joining ritual is done. After the Joining, this area becomes permanently inaccessible.

Trivia

See also

Ico codex entry Codex entry: The Korcari Wilds

References

  1. The Bittersweetest Thing (archived)
  2. The Sunless Staff
  3. Dragon Age logo - new Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 1, p. 26
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