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Dragon Age Inquisition Guide: How to Kill Dragons

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Dragon Age Inquisition Guide: How to Kill Dragons

Dragon Age: Inquisition presents players with a deep, engaging world filled with interesting characters and deadly enemies. One of the deadliest creatures you will come across as you journey through Thedas is the high dragon. Powerful and fearless, they will not hesitate to cook you alive and feast on your remains. Once you come across one face to face you are presented with two options: flee with your life intact or stand your ground and earn your place in history. Here’s our guide for how to kill dragons in Dragon Age Inquisition.

How to Kill Dragons in Dragon Age Inquisition

Of course you didn’t purchase a game titled Dragon Age: Inquisition in the hopes that you would never come across a dragon. You have already made your choice and every beast that dares to cross your path must be put down. You must now prepare for some of the most challenging battles presented in Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Every dragon brings something new to the table but they all follow the same general rule-set. With that in mind, here are some tips to help you get set up for whatever dragon dares to threaten your party.

Gather Your Strength

How to Kill Dragons in Dragon Age Inquisition

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It’s no secret that dragons are extremely powerful. They are deadly at both close and long range, and they have the ability to control the battle area. Approaching them at low level is suicide no matter how you think about it. For that reason you need to do quite a bit of leveling up.

Chances are if you’re planning on tackling the High Dragons that have made their homes throughout Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Thedas, then you’ve already begun the process of getting stronger.

Complete side missions, gather codex entries, and let no enemy that crosses you survive. Doing so will ensure a constant influx of experience points (XP). Gathering enough earns you a new level which provides both a skill point and the ability to equip stronger gear.

Gear is where you really want to pay attention. The High Dragons of Dragon Age: Inquisition are immune to status effects meaning you will want to focus on damage output rather than trying to slow it down.

A higher damage per second (DPS) rating will help you whittle down the armor and health of a High Dragon as you navigate the field.

Taking your time to either craft powerful weapons and armor or to find some in your travels is useful, ensuring that you’re able to survive the fight.

There are some really powerful weapons that you can find early on in Dragon Age: Inquisition if you play your cards right. One such weapon is Tempest, a unique staff found in the Still Ruins located in the Western Approach. It is a powerful mage weapon that is very useful against dragons weak to ice damage.

Gathering your strength will take some time so try your best to not become impatient. Dragons range from level 14 all the way to 23 so you may find yourself leveling up more than once. There are plenty activities for you to take part in to keep you occupied.

Use everything to your advantage in your quest to become to slay dragons. Before you know it, you will have a team of leveled up, powerful allies at your disposal for Dragon Age: Inquisition’s dragon hunts. Now you just have to select who to bring along to the fight.

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