For a full list of runes available in Dragon Age: Inquisition, see Runes (Inquisition).

Rune Schematics are blueprints used to craft weapon-specific upgrades in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Runes improve the effectiveness of a weapon and can be applied at any weapon modification table.

Rune Schematics can be found, purchased from merchants and awarded for completing quests or war table operations.

A rune's damage effect will change to AoE damage when applied to Dual-Blade Daggers, Greataxes, Greatswords and the Blade of Tidarion which is a unique staff that functions as a greatsword for any mage character.

Rune Schematics[edit | edit source]

Icon Basic Master Superb
Cleansing rune schematic icon.png Cleansing Rune Schematic Master Cleansing Rune Schematic Superb Cleansing Rune Schematic
Corrupting rune schematic icon.png Corrupting Rune Schematic Master Corrupting Rune Schematic Superb Corrupting Rune Schematic
Demon-slaying rune schematic icon.png Demon-Slaying Rune Schematic Master Demon-Slaying Rune Schematic Superb Demon-Slaying Rune Schematic
Dragon Slaying Rune Schematic Icon.png Dragon-Slaying Rune Schematic Master Dragon-Slaying Rune Schematic Superb Dragon-Slaying Rune Schematic
Fire Rune Schematic Icon.png Fire Rune Schematic Master Fire Rune Schematic Superb Fire Rune Schematic
Frost Rune Schematic Icon.png Frost Rune Schematic Master Frost Rune Schematic Superb Frost Rune Schematic
Lightning rune schematic icon.png Lightning Rune Schematic Master Lightning Rune Schematic Superb Lightning Rune Schematic
Spirit rune schematic icon.png Spirit Rune Schematic Master Spirit Rune Schematic Superb Spirit Rune Schematic

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The following runes can be applied to staves: spirit, cleansing, corrupting, demon-slaying, and dragon-slaying.
  • The following runes can be applied to non-stave weapons: fire, frost, lightning, cleansing, corrupting, demon-slaying, and dragon-slaying.

See also[edit | edit source]

For crafting materials used to create runes in Dragon Age: Inquisition, see Crafting materials (rune).

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