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Walkthrough Edit

This is the first epic walkthrough I've attempted so there's bound to be things missing. I've tried to make it as clear as possible given the decisions along the way and I've tried to make it generic with respect to the enemies since you can ally with the mages or templars. I've also haven't sided with the templars myself yet so am unsure about the minor details this might change. Have added a "missing" tag for things I know can be improved.--Ness csr (talk) 04:57, January 19, 2015 (UTC)

Great job! I would rate these puzzles as "very inobvious from the feedback given" as there are so many paths to light everything up blue by touching each square once. One suggestion: on the third puzzle, you might want to mention that unlike the other puzzles, getting to the start point in the center requires walking over at least one square and "erasing" it by walking over it again. DaBarkspawn (talk) 02:10, March 20, 2015 (UTC)

Honoring the elven rituals and going into the crypts Edit

I have found out that you can do the elven rituals and go into the crypts afterwards instead of opening the door to the petitioner chamber. This allows the player to both acquire some loot and ally with the elves. --Akanthar (talk) 00:36, February 8, 2015 (UTC)

Blackwall's approval Edit

According to the Prima Guide--which admittedly has several errors--Blackwall will only approve of the Inquisitor drinking from the well if he is not in a relationship with her. And that he will approve of Morrigan drinking from the well if he is in a relationship with her. Can anyone verify this? --Kelcat Talk 04:25, June 12, 2015 (UTC)

Puzzles Edit

The solution for the third, the eastern puzzle never worked for me. Always when I enter the area after pulling the lever from the left side it resets although I don't step on one twice. I always found that the way from the right side around it works.--Kendira (talk) 18:04, October 14, 2015 (UTC)

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