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The '''Phoenix''' is a large dinosaurian creature that is often found in otherwise-inhospitable areas. They are eaten by Orlesians, but doing so is a great risk as nearly half of their organs are poisonous enough to liquefy one's lungs.<ref>{{Cite wot2|298}}</ref>
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'''Phoenixes''' are large dinosaurian creatures found in inhospitable places. They are dangerous to travelers for their foul bite and aggressive nature.<ref>{{Cite wot2|298}}</ref>
   
 
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== Background ==
 
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Phoenixes are sometimes consumed, but doing so is a great risk as nearly half of their organs are poisonous enough to liquefy one's lungs.<ref>{{Cite wot2|298}}</ref>
   
 
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Phoenixes are large dinosaurian creatures found in inhospitable places. They are dangerous to travelers for their foul bite and aggressive nature.[1]

Background

Orlesians believe the phoenix to be a herald of woe, perhaps because the creatures frequent inhospitable places where sane travelers fear to tread. It may also be because they belch a sort of sulfurous gas that reeks of rotten eggs and ancient peat bog, and flocks of the beasts have a pervasive odor of death about them. Orlesians are not always so metaphorical as they like us to believe. —From In Pursuit of Knowledge: Travels of a Chantry Scholar by Brother Genitivi
—From Codex entry: Phoenix

Phoenixes are sometimes consumed, but doing so is a great risk as nearly half of their organs are poisonous enough to liquefy one's lungs.[2]

Location

Western Approach icon (Inquisition) Western Approach

Loot

Creature research icon Phoenix Eye
Phoenix Scales icon Phoenix Scales

Gallery

See also

Codex icon DAI Codex entry: Phoenix

References

  1. Dragon Age logo - new Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 298
  2. Dragon Age logo - new Dragon Age: The World of Thedas, vol. 2, p. 298
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