For the crafting material in Dragon Age: Inquisition, see Silverite (Inquisition).


Silverite is a crafting resource in Dragon Age II. It is required for most armor and weapon runes.

Background[edit | edit source]

The lustrous, white-blue silverite has long been prized by the dwarves for use in jewelry, rune making, and weapon smithing, but on the surface, it is more commonly used by apothecaries and healers. Since the metal does not rust, many traditions believe it to be proof against poison.

There is a tale passed down among the people of the Anderfels: A knight returned home after many years of war, only to be struck by an adder. His wife immediately bound the wound with a medallion of silverite pressed against the bite like a poultice. By morning, the poison had left him. And the knight lived to an old age.

—An excerpt from An Alchemical Primer of Metallurgy: Volume One, by Lord Cerastes of Marnas Pell[1]

Acquisition[edit | edit source]

Uses[edit | edit source]

Armor runes[edit | edit source]

Rune of Frost Warding Rune of Frost Warding
Rune of Lightning Warding Rune of Lightning Warding
Rune of Nature Warding Rune of Nature Warding
Rune of Spirit Warding Rune of Spirit Warding
Rune of Defense Rune of Defense
Rune of Valiance Rune of Valiance
Rune of Fortune Rune of Fortune

Weapon runes[edit | edit source]

Rune of Fire Rune of Fire
Rune of Frost Rune of Frost
Rune of Lightning Rune of Lightning
Rune of Nature Rune of Nature
Rune of Spirit Rune of Spirit
Rune of Striking Rune of Striking
Rune of Devastation Rune of Devastation

Codex entries[edit | edit source]

Codex entry: Silverite Codex entry: Silverite

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Silverite blades are hard enough to be difficult to sharpen. If done incorrectly, this can ruin it.[2]

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