The Celebrant is a unique greatsword in Dragon Age II.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Grand Tourney is the oldest, and perhaps only, tradition of the Free Marches. On those rare, one-in-a-thousand days when a Contest of Arms may be called, every Marcher unites in fellowship to witness the birth of a new champion.

Contestants come from all over Thedas. Minrathous alone always sends no fewer than two dozen entrants hoping to claim the honor for the Imperium. Once, the champion was an Avvar mountain man. Twice in a row, it was Talisa of Sundarin, a lady knight from the Anderfels—which scandalized the crowd, created endless drama amongst the participants, and therefore got her declared the "Most-Loved Champion in the History of the Tourney".

Each champion is presented a crown of sage leaves and a sword. The leaves wither, of course, as a reminder that all victories are fleeting, but the blade, Celebrant, endures and has passed from champion to champion since the first, inscribed with the names of each victor, a reminder that legend is eternal.

—From In Pursuit of Knowledge: The Travels of a Chantry Scholar, by Brother Genitivi
—From Codex entry: The Celebrant

Acquisition[edit | edit source]

Looted from Beacon during the Act 3 side quest The Awiergan Scrolls: Second Aspect.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Activated talents deal spirit damage with this weapon equipped.
  • Given the spirit element's built-in perk of nullifying half of all damage and magic resistance during damage calculations, this can make The Celebrant the most powerful two-handed weapon in the game; when faced with enemies immune to spirit damage, such as shades and blood mages, consider Bloom or Sundering.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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