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Spirit Warrior talents
| Beyond the Veil
|The warrior dons a cloak of mystical energies from the Fade in order to evade a substantial proportion of physical attacks, although the mode drains stamina constantly. If the warrior has Soulbrand, this mode also adds a moderate chance of resisting hostile spells, and the warrior's attacks all deal spirit damage, bypassing enemy armor. If the warrior has Blessing of the Fade, the chance of resisting hostile spells increases further and the warrior gains bonuses to movement speed and attack speed.|
Requires: Level 22
|The warrior has gained a deeper connection to the spirit world. While Beyond the Veil is active, the warrior gains a moderate chance of resisting hostile spells, and attacks now deal spirit damage, bypassing enemy armor.|
| Fade Burst
Requires: Level 25
|The warrior bursts with energies drawn from the other side of the Veil, dealing spirit damage to all enemies nearby, particularly harming creatures from the Fade. The amount of damage depends on the warrior's willpower attribute. Friendly fire is possible.|
| Blessing of the Fade
Requires: Level 28
|The warrior is able to draw strength from the benevolent spirits of the Fade. While Beyond the Veil is active, the warrior's chance of resisting hostile spells increases further and the warrior gains bonuses to movement speed and attack speed.|
Note: If you save before purchasing just reload the game, and you will still have the specialization unlocked (this works for all specialization manuals).
Notable Spirit Warriors
- Oghren and Brogan Dace can learn this specialization despite being dwarves, suggesting that dwarves may not be completely cut off from the Fade and showing another form of a spirit's magic affecting non-mage individuals as is seen in the Broken Circle quest.
- Fenris in Dragon Age II, while not strictly a spirit warrior, boasts many similar abilities and follows the same principle of a warrior wielding magical energies.