The resistance to magic is from exposure to lyrium (80% sure). Also, shouldn't there be a seperate page for the Leigon of the Dead? Jackimole 00:08, February 21, 2010 (UTC)
The page said that dwarves could not be mages because of their natural resistence to magic. The developers have said it's their lack of connection to the Fade (they also don't go there when they sleep) that does it. They included the magical resistence as a 'bonus' for players, though in-setting, that's due to their lack of connection as well. Maria Caliban 07:25, 16 March 2009 (UTC)
There is a lot of good information on the Official DA Wiki that is not necessarily here. Do we want to duplicate things? I have duplicated a few that I thought would best enhance the information here, but I am not sure how far to take it. Suggestions? --Adaram 02:53, 31 August 2009 (UTC)
- The last time I check, the majority of information on the Official DA:O wiki was the same information we have, only said through a character in the setting. I know they're updating it though, so if you find information we lack, feel free to update the wiki with it. :) Maria Caliban 03:10, 31 August 2009 (UTC)
did the humans and dwarves ever fight each other? I think I remember hearing something about the humans and dwarves having a war with each other but I can't remember where.
- Not that I'm aware of. The constant war against the darkspawn is the only significant fighting that the dwarves were involved in (from what I've read :)). Loleil 00:38, October 4, 2009 (UTC)
during the credits it states that the dwarf priest who wanted to found a chantry is killed after he succeeds and the chantry was going to start a crusade againts orzammar
Any reason we don't see dwarf children, i see elf and human once in a while but not dwarves
The Common Tongue
While browsing, I found an interesting thread on Social - BioWare where Mr. Gaider said "The common tongue actually comes from the dwarves. They introduced trade and currency to humanity."