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* The Vials of Darkspawn Blood needed for the [[Tainted Blood]] quest can be looted on the [[Hurlock]] or [[Genlock]]
 
* The Vials of Darkspawn Blood needed for the [[Tainted Blood]] quest can be looted on the [[Hurlock]] or [[Genlock]]
 
* In the camp in the western part of the area, there is a chest which contains Rigby's Field Journal. Taking it will unlock the codex entry [[Codex_Entry:_Signs_of_the_Chasind|Signs of the Chasind]] as well as unlock the quest [[Chasind Trail Signs]]. The quest does not appear immediately in the journal but the seven signs will appear on the map.
 
* In the camp in the western part of the area, there is a chest which contains Rigby's Field Journal. Taking it will unlock the codex entry [[Codex_Entry:_Signs_of_the_Chasind|Signs of the Chasind]] as well as unlock the quest [[Chasind Trail Signs]]. The quest does not appear immediately in the journal but the seven signs will appear on the map.
* In that same camp by the fire is the hidden cache which allows to complete the quest [[Last Will and Testament|Last Will and Testament]]. This cache can only be opened if the quest has been started.
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* In that same camp by the fire is the hidden cache which allows to complete the quest [[Last Will and Testament]]. This cache can only be opened if the quest has been started.
 
* The monsters in this area include [[Wolf]], [[Genlock]] and [[Hurlock]]. If this is the first time each of these monsters is encountered, a corresponding codex entry will be unlocked.
 
* The monsters in this area include [[Wolf]], [[Genlock]] and [[Hurlock]]. If this is the first time each of these monsters is encountered, a corresponding codex entry will be unlocked.
* Once the cutscene with [[Morrigan]] is over and you're back to the camp, it is still possible to return to the Korcari Wilds to complete unfinished quests before going to the [[Tower of Ishal]]
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* Once the cutscene with [[Morrigan]] is over and you're back to the camp, it is NOT possible to return to the Korcari Wilds to complete unfinished quests before going to the [[Tower of Ishal]]
   
 
==Items==
 
==Items==

Revision as of 18:30, 10 February 2010

Korcari Wilds Map

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.

These forests are home to the legendary "Witch of the Wilds," Flemeth 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 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.

Interesting characters or objects

  • A dying soldier on the path triggers a cutscene which shows how scared/confident each party member is regarding the darkspawn
  • Missionary Jogby (the son): 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 Letter to Jogby and start the quest The Missionary.
  • Missionary Rigby (the father): the corpse of this missionary can be found at the top of the hills near some ruins, to the east side of the area. Looting the letter on the body will unlock the codex entry Rigby's Last Will and Testament and start the quest Last Will and Testament.
  • The Wilds Flower needed to heal the hound for the quest The Mabari Hound can be found not far from the dying soldier
  • The Vials of Darkspawn Blood needed for the Tainted Blood quest can be looted on the Hurlock or Genlock
  • In the camp in the western part of the area, there is a chest which contains Rigby's Field Journal. Taking it will unlock the codex entry Signs of the Chasind as well as unlock the quest Chasind Trail Signs. The quest does not appear immediately in the journal but the seven signs will appear on the map.
  • In that same camp by the fire is the hidden cache which allows to complete the quest Last Will and Testament. This cache can only be opened if the quest has been started.
  • The monsters in this area include Wolf, Genlock and Hurlock. If this is the first time each of these monsters is encountered, a corresponding codex entry will be unlocked.
  • Once the cutscene with Morrigan is over and you're back to the camp, it is NOT possible to return to the Korcari Wilds to complete unfinished quests before going to the Tower of Ishal

Items

Plot Items:

Excerpt from Local Myths and Legends Excerpt from Local Myths and Legends

Pouch of Ashes Pouch of Ashes

Rigby's Last Will and Testament Rigby's Last Will and Testament

Vial of Darkspawn Blood Vial of Darkspawn Blood

Wilds Flower Wilds Flower


Codex Entries:

Codex Entry: Genlock

Codex Entry: Hurlock

Codex entry: Letter to Jogby Codex entry: Letter to Jogby

Codex Entry: Rigby's Last Will and Testament

Codex entry: Signs of the Chasind Codex entry: Signs of the Chasind

Codex Entry: Wolf


Plants:

For the ingredient in Dragon Age: Origins, see Deathroot (Origins).
For the crafting resource in Dragon Age II, see Deathroot (Dragon Age II).
For the herb in Dragon Age: Inquisition, see Deathroot (Inquisition).

Deathroot has been used in magic and potion making for centuries. It is a fragile-looking plant with a thin stalk and purple flowers, which fruits once a year developing bright red fleshy pods that cause disorientation and dizziness if ingested.[1]

Information

There are two varieties. The more common "Arcanist Deathroot" was first found by Archon Hadrianus when he discovered it growing on several dead slaves. The other, "Lunatic's Deathroot", is most closely associated with the story of the courtesan Melusine, who sought revenge on a powerful magister and his family. She harvested the plant, baked it into small pies for the magister's banquet, and presented them to the magister at a banquet. All the guests were seized by terrifying hallucinations after eating the pies and tore each other to pieces.

—An excerpt from The Botanical Compendium, by Ines Arancia, botanist

Codex entries

Codex entry: Deathroot Codex entry: Deathroot
Codex entry: Waterlogged Diary Codex entry: Waterlogged Diary

Gallery

References

Elfroot may refer to:

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Other:

Chasind Flatblade Chasind Flatblade

Darkspawn Staff may refer to:

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Enchanter's Footing Enchanter's Footing

Mud Idol Mud Idol


Chasind Cache:

Barbarian Mace Barbarian Mace

Chasind Crusher Chasind Crusher

Chasind Robes Chasind Robes

Thane Helmet Thane Helmet

Wilds Bow Wilds Bow

Quests

Exits

Ostagar Ostagar

Flemeth's Hut Flemeth's Hut *Guided by Morrigan Only

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