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In ''[[Dragon Age: Origins]]'', when touched, lyrium veins replenish the [[health]] and [[mana]] of non-dwarf humanoids. This is slightly strange, considering that the [[Codex entry: Lyrium (Origins)|codex entry]] foretells burns, delirium, and death from contact with raw [[lyrium]].
 
In ''[[Dragon Age: Origins]]'', when touched, lyrium veins replenish the [[health]] and [[mana]] of non-dwarf humanoids. This is slightly strange, considering that the [[Codex entry: Lyrium (Origins)|codex entry]] foretells burns, delirium, and death from contact with raw [[lyrium]].
   
{{Note|It should be noted that [[Branka]] can interact with lyrium veins and replenish her health, while other dwarves cannot. It is not known if this was made intentionaly or simply because of gameplay reasons.}}
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{{Note|It should be noted that [[Branka]] can interact with lyrium veins and replenish her health, while other dwarves cannot. It is not known if this was made intentionally or simply because of gameplay reasons.}}
 
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== Gallery ==

Latest revision as of 22:57, December 2, 2019


A lyrium vein is an ore vein containing lyrium.

Background Edit

There are rich deposits of lyrium veins beneath the Frostback Mountains which are extracted by the Mining caste of the dwarves, who have a natural resistance to their effects. They can also be found in the Fade.

The Bastion of the Pure has reportedly a massive number of overgrown lyrium veins which remain untapped.

Effect Edit

In Dragon Age: Origins, when touched, lyrium veins replenish the health and mana of non-dwarf humanoids. This is slightly strange, considering that the codex entry foretells burns, delirium, and death from contact with raw lyrium.

Note: It should be noted that Branka can interact with lyrium veins and replenish her health, while other dwarves cannot. It is not known if this was made intentionally or simply because of gameplay reasons.

Gallery Edit

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