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November 04, 2019 Entertainment and Movies 2 comments

UPDATE :

Due to the DA:I latest update, everything that i wrote here has been patched, which means you can no longer do this cool exploit :( But if you still want to cheat your way through, you can use this tutorial here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuDFwvv71UY

Happy gaming !! :)

 

In order to do item crafting duplicate exploit, you need a GAMEPAD and the amount of the item (Iron, onyx, bear hide, etc) atleast 2. Here's the step :

1) Move the item to the valuables

2) Go to merchant

3) Go to the sell option and then go to valuables tab while having your cursor on the item you want to duplicate

4) Press (Y) to sell all immediately followed by (A) the sell option. You might want to press both buttons at the same time

5) If you've done it right, there will be a chatbox asking how many you want to sell, but actually you have sell it all. Press (A) to confirm.

6) Go to buy option, then go to buyback tabs. Buyback the duplicate items that you just sold, and you'll realize that the quantity of that item have been doubled.

7) Rinse and repeat.

This exploit is the easiest way to gain gold and duplicate crafting item if you don't want to go farming. Note that you can't use the exploit with herbs (elfroot, spindleweed, deathroot, etc)

If you want to lvl up your Inquisition perk quickly, you need :

1) You need to get to skyhold

2) You need atleast 7K gold.

3) Gain access to NPC Farris the Representative. This can be done by completing "Power of Price" in the war table mission. It is located in Ferelden.

4) Once it's done, you'll see Farris in the Skyhold.

5) Go buy any 6k item in his "Other" section. Then just sell it back. You sell it for the same price so you won't lose any gold.

6) You need to do this WITHOUT exiting the Buy/Sell menu.

7) Rinse and repeat

Once you exited the Buy/Sell menu, you'll realize that you gain Power and Lvling up Inquisition perk faster without losing any gold.

I've tested this and it worked. Tell me if it works for you guys.

Source : http://www.reddit.com/r/dragonage/comments/2n8u16/spoilers_ps4_duplicate_glitch_found/
Source : http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/718650-dragon-age-inquisition/70656580

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Herbs

 

Material Name, Tier & Location

Effect & Usage

 Amrita Vein

Tier 3 Rare
Location:The Hissing Wastes
Upgrades Regeneration Potion, Lyrium Potion, Fire Resistance Tonic, Cold Resistance Tonic, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Spirit Resistance Tonic, Mighty Offense Tonic, Tears of the Dead

Arbor Blessing

Tier 3 Common
Location:Emerald Graves, Emprise du Lion, The Arbor Wilds
Upgrades Regeneration Potion, Lyrium Potion, Mighty Offense Tonic, Tears of the Dead

Black Lotus

Tier 1 Rare
Location:The Storm Coast, The Exalted Plains, Emerald Graves, Emprise du Lion
Upgrades Lyrium Potion

Blood Lotus

Tier 1 Common
Location:The Fallow Mire, The Storm Coast, Forbidden Oasis, Crestwood, The Western Approach, Emerald Graves
Sold by:Crossroads Merchant, Caer Bronach Merchant
Upgrades Antivan Fire & Jar of Bees
Replenishes Antivan Fire, Pitch Grenade, Tears of the Dead, Jar of Bees

Crystal Grace

Tier 1 Rare
Location:The Hinterlands, Emerald Graves
Upgrades Rock Armor Tonic, Fire Resistance Tonic, Pitch Grenade

Dawn Lotus

Tier 1 Rare
Location:The Fallow Mire
Upgrades Healing Potion, Antivan Fire, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Mighty Offense Tonic

Deathroot

Tier 2 Common
Location:The Western Approach, The Hissing Wastes
Sold by:New Crestwood Merchant
Upgrades Lyrium Potion, Tears of the Dead, Pitch Grenade

Deep Mushroom

Tier 2 Common
Location:The Hinterlands, The Storm Coast, Forbidden Oasis, Crestwood, The Western Approach, Emerald Graves
Sold by:New Crestwood Merchant
Upgrades Regeneration Potion, Might Offense Tonic, Tears of the Dead, Antivan Fire, Jar of Bees

Dragonthorn

Tier 1 Rare
Location:Forbidden Oasis, The Western Approach, The Exalted Plains, The Hissing Wastes
Upgrades: Spirit Resistance Tonic, Tears of the Dead, Antivan Fire, Jar of Bees

Elfroot

Tier 1 Common
Location: Haven & The Hinterlands, Forbidden Oasis, Crestwood, The Western Approach, Emerald Graves, Emprise du Lion, The Hissing Wastes, The Arbor Wilds
Sold by:Crossroads Merchant, Caer Bronach Merchant
Upgrades: Healing Potion, Regeneration Potion, Lyrium Potion, Mighty Offense Tonic, Rock Armor Tonic
Replenishes: Regeneration Potion, Lyrium Potion, Mighty Offense Tonic, Rock Armor Tonic

Embrium

Tier 2 Common
Location:The Hinterlands, Crestwood, Emerald Graves, Winter Palace
Sold by:New Crestwood Merchant
Upgrades: Healing Potion, Regeneration Potion, Lyrium Potion, Might Offense Tonic, Rock Armor Tonic, Jar of Bees

Felandaris

Tier 3 Rare
Location:Emerald Graves, Emprise du Lion
Upgrades: Fire Resistance Tonic, Cold Resistance Tonic, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Spirit Resistance Tonic, Pitch Grenade, Antivan Fire, Jar of Bees

Ghoul's Beard

Tier 2 Rare
Location:The Western Approach, The Exalted Plains, The Hissing Wastes
Upgrades: Pitch Grenade, Antivan Fire, Jar of Bees

Prophet's Laurel

Tier 2 Rare
Location:The Storm Coast, Emerald Graves, Winter Palace
Upgrades: Healing Potion, Regeneration Potion

Rashvine

Tier 2 Common
Location:Emerald Graves, Emprise du Lion
Sold by:New Crestwood Merchant
Upgrades: Regeneration Potion, Lyrium Potion, Fire Resistance Tonic, Cold Resistance Tonic, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Spirit Resistance Tonic, Rock Armor Tonic, Pitch Grenade, Antivan Fire

Rashvine Nettle

Tier 2 Rare
Location:The Exalted Plains, Emerald Graves, Emprise du Lion
Upgrades: Lyrium Potion, Mighty Offense Tonic, Rock Armor Tonic, Tears of the Dead

Royal Elfroot

Tier 1 Rare
Location:The Hinterlands, Crestwood, The Exalted Plains, Emerald Graves, Winter Palace
Upgrades: Regeneration Potion

Spindleweed

Tier 1 Common
Location:The Hinterlands, The Storm Coast, Forbidden Oasis, Crestwood, Emerald Graves
Sold by:Crossroads Merchant, Caer Bronach Merchant
Upgrades: Fire Resistance Tonic, Cold Resistance Tonic, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Spirit Resistance Tonic
Replenishes: Fire Resistance Tonic, Cold Resistance Tonic, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Spirit Resistance Tonic

 Vandal Aria

Tier 3 Common
Location:The Hissing Wastes, The Western Approach (Coravacus)
Upgrades: Rock Armor Tonic, Pitch Grenade, Antivan Fire, Jar of Bees

Witherstalk

Tier 1 Rare
Location:Forbidden Oasis, The Western Approach, The Exalted Plains, The Hissing Wastes
Upgrades: Cold Resistance Tonic, Electrical Resistance Tonic, Spirit Resistance Tonic, Jar of Bees



I have TONS of the required herbs but it wont let me make or get lyrium or the and some of the interactions are blocked if not connected to the dragon age.

It's true: I could really use some elfroot. It's hard to find. Why is it so hard to find? Wait, is it hard to find? Have I just been looking in all the wrong places? Given its importance to this particular video game—you need elfroot for, like, every healing potion—I'd expect it to be more plentiful, the way ammo is in shooters. But it's strangely scarce, or at least it's eluding me. There was that snow-covered hillside I found it growing on the other day while my questmates and I were on our way to slaughter some Red Templars and their demon leader. I could return to that hillside. I could harvest some elfroot, fast-travel back to camp, travel back to the hillside for more elfroot, then back to camp, then back to the hillside … in like 45 minutes, I'd be flush with elfroot, and then—then!—I could craft the proper healing potions I'll need in order to defeat this dragon, the scales of which I'll use to craft some really sweet armor.

Jesus.

What does it mean that these thoughts have legitimately been keeping me up at night? That in a world of real-world ice storms and overdue electric bills, I have found myself preoccupied by the location of various ores and leathers, or by the tantalizing prospect of the killer ax I'm going to craft for my half-man, half-ram warrior, one of several members of my fighting party whose skills, armor, weapons, and even jewelry I am responsible for the proper maintenance of?

It means, for one thing, that I am once again addicted to Dragon Age: in this case, the third installment, Inquisition, released in November on Xbox (360 & One), PlayStation (3 & 4), and PC. That's right: November. On the spectrum of hot takes, this is a frozen TV dinner. To the professional video-game reviewers who rattled off the 250+ hours it takes to complete this game and write a timely assessment of its quality, congrat-u-fucking-lations. As for me, I've been playing Inquisition for going on four months now. I don't even care if it ends. I don't even care if it's good. All I know is I need more elfroot, dammit.

Alright, fine: Inquisition is good. It's the most sprawling and ambitious game in the trilogy, with more characters, missions, side-missions, and storylines than ever before. The levels you'll explore include everything from sand-swept deserts to fog-engulfed bogs, lush forests to tempestuous coastlines. For the uninitiated, the series falls into the category of role-playing fantasy adventure, which means, among other things, that the gameplay emphasizes the careful customizations of and interactions between its many characters, as opposed to going around shooting guys in the face. With an increasing number of games designed primarily around the multiplayer experience, this one is a relief because it requires—demands, really—that a gamer sit alone in a room talking to no one for weeks on end. (Trust me: You don't want to try to discuss dinner plans with your significant other whilst attempting to hurl pitch grenades at a dragon named the Highland Ravager.)

In Inquisition, I can plant my own garden, choose the curtains for my bedroom, and design my lead character to look like Ziggy Stardust, complete with glam-rock face paint and a shaggy mop of hair. And speaking of sexual progressivism, the game allows you to play as a guy or gal, straight or gay, with sexual encounters—the trilogy is known for its sexual encounters, and I am known for enjoying them—ranging from man-on-ram-man action to she-elf-on-she-elf Sapphic high jinks.

I wouldn't know much about that, however, because I have spent the majority of my time in the game spelunking caves and combing deserts in search of loot. While you can find various weapons and items by completing side quests and slaying bad guys, the best loot comes from crafting it out of materials and schematics you accumulate in your travels. Hence my ravenous search for elfroot: It's the key ingredient in all the best potions. Likewise, in addition to herbs, there are metals, leathers, and various textiles that you can use to forge swords, chain mail, etc.

Despite, or maybe because of, this complexity, Inquisition is not the most cohesive or satisfying from a narrative standpoint. The plot involves demons entering our world through portals and a villain in desperate need of some Neutrogena, and it's generally way too fantastical for me to not feel embarrassed articulating it in print in such close proximity to my name. Actually, most of this stuff is embarrassing. I'm a grown-ass man. How am I losing sleep over the lack of really awesome tonics in my inventory?

It's my lizard brain, dammit. Inquisition has rich characters, detailed levels, a sprawling story, and compelling combat mechanics. But it's the game's approach to character customization that makes it so addicting. Wanna get a really sweet pommel for your new greatsword? You'll have to collect enough Drakestone and combine that with a hilt schematic. Need to build some protective gauntlets to supplement your Heavy Vanguard Armor? Time to venture out to the Hissing Wastes and get yourself some Quillback Leather. The developers are counting on your lizard brain caring more about elfroot than a comprehensible story or dynamic combat mechanics, and that is a perfectly good way to prioritize things, because frankly mine does. This is Borderlands 2 over again, just with herbs instead of guns.

I mentioned up top that I have yet to finish Inquisition. This is technically true. For the last couple weeks, I have only to pay a visit to "the war room" and select the final-boss mission in order to finish the game. But I've avoided that, because there's still so much left to do. I mean, I haven't even had kinky sex with a dwarf. The décor of my castle is still lacking. I know there are better staves out there just waiting to be crafted. Somewhere in the back of my mind, I'm aware that the performance of these tasks falls less into the category of playing a game than it does indulging an addiction. Who cares, though? I can quit any time I want.


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Dragon Age: Inquisition came out just over a week or so ago to some pretty rave reviews. Gamers and reviewers alike have praised the game for its scope and quality. However, given the size of Dragon Age: Inquisition, many players may struggle in accomplishing certain tasks in the game world. I know, from experience, that RPGs often require a helping hand.

In Dragon Age: Inquisition, players can craft a huge number of items and equipment upgrades. Finding the materials to create these character improvements can be a difficult task, so we're here to help. This guide lists all of the different crafting materials unique to each merchant in the game world.

Merchant Crafting Material Locations Guide

Crestwood(Village of Crestwood)

  • Embrium (T2) (Herb) – 42g
  • Rashvine (T2) (Herb) – 42g
  • Deep Mushroom (T2) (Herb) – 42g
  • Deathroot (T2) (Herb) – 42g

(Caer Bronach)

  • Spindleweed (T1) (Herb) – 20g
  • Elfroot (T1) (Herb) – 20g
  • Blood Lotus (T1) (Herb) – 20g

Hinterlands(The Crossroads)

  • Elfroot (T1) (Herb) – 20g
  • Spindleweed (T1) (Herb) – 20g
  • Death Lotus (T1) (Herb) – 20g
  • Ram Leather (T1) (Leather) – 20g
  • Nugskin (T1) (Leather) – 20g
  • Fennec Fur (T1) (Leather) – 20g
  • Druffalo Hide (T1) (Leather) – 20g
  • Dragonling Scales (T1) (Leather) – 20g
  • Canine Leather (T1) (Leather)- 20g
  • Bronto Hide (T1) (Leather) – 20g

The Emerald Graves(Argon's Lodge)

  • Essence Containment Apparatus – 20g
  • Pyrophite (T2) (Metal) – 42g
  • Paragon's Luster (T2) (Metal) – 42g
  • Obsidian (T2) (Metal) – 42g

Exalted Plains(Dalish Camp)

  • Quillback Leather (T2) (Leather) – 42g
  • Phoenix Scales (T2) (Leather) – 42g
  • Ram Leather (T1) (Leather) – 20g

Val Royeaux

  • Velveteen (T1) (Cloth) – 20g
  • Silk (T1) (Cloth) – 20g
  • Cotton (T1) (Cloth) – 20g

Skyhold(Lower merchants by the stables)

  • Fusing Agent – 214g
  • Serault Infused Glass – 42g

You can find this information on the Dragon Age wiki on the "Major any other advantage over the Chantry garden ; though if you craft a lot of.

Dragon Age: Inquisition herbs

Prophet's Laurel is a tier 2 rare herb in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Codex entry: Prophet's Laurel. It's necessary for a few potion/grenade upgrades, but I haven't seen it anywhere in the game. Can anyone please help? Edit: thanks for the info. For Dragon Age: Inquisition on the Xbox One, a GameFAQs message board topic titled Like the title says I'm looking for Prophet's Laurel.

For Dragon Age: Inquisition on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Prophet's stinking Laurel!". For Dragon Age: Inquisition on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Prophets laurel". Prophet's Laurel is a Herb in Dragon Age: Inquisition (DAI). Herbs are used to craft potions, and can be found in a field, obtained as a reward.

A couple of Prophet's Laurel is also located on the dragon area on the map, but you need to do some quest to reach that area. As mentioned, there's a long. Herbs can be found for free throughout Dragon Age's many areas, bought off merchants, grown at Skyhold's garden, Prophet's Laurel. 8 Abyssal High Dragon Cave (Video for 8 and 9) 9 Abyssal High .. Increased Healing II (34 Embrium, 5 Prophet's Laurel) 2 Regeneration. Dragon Age Inquisition Rare Crafting Materials farming locations. Where to find them and Prophet's Laurel – Tier 2 (Rare) Where to Find: The. Dragon Age: Inquisition Game Guide & Walkthrough. Free iOS An example herb - Herbs in Dragon Age Inquisition - Crafting - Dragon Age: Prophet's Laurel.

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