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Dragon Age Inquisition Advisors, War Table Detailed by Producer
Recently BioWare has been obsessed with details regarding Dragon Age Inquisition, so much that they even started self-interviewing.
The second such interview is about the War table and the role of Advisors in the game – check out the first one here.
Just like with the previous interview, game producer Cameron Lee was interviewed by Dragon Age itself – somehow – and he shared some valuable information in return.
For instance, when talking about the various tasks that you can perform using the infamous War Table, Cameron Lee said that it gives you an overview of all the missions along with all the different types:
There are over 300 missions and operations available on the war table, and they can change depending on your previous choices and actions in the game. There’s a range of types: scouting missions to establish the first camp in a new area you’d like to explore, building missions to raise structures in the areas you’ve being exploring, recruitment missions to bring expertise into the inquisition, treaties, resource-gathering, political assassinations, and many, many more.
Moving on, he also shared that when you complete operations through the War Table it will reward you with things like gold, rare crafting materials, weapons and equipment, new recruits and so on.
The other half of the interview was dedicated to the role of Advisors in the game. First off he detailed that Leliana, Cullen and Josephine are going to be the pillars of, espionage, military and power respectively.
Leliana is the one who looks over assassinations, secrets and so on while Cullen builds the army, manages the equipment and trains the warriors. Lastly, Josephine uses politics and diplomacy for your cause.
Interestingly, each one of them would usually have conflicting advises for you when it comes to approaching an issue.
Dragon Age Inquisition releases in North America on November 18, 2014 and in European Union on November 21, 2014.