Haider Khan

Haider Khan

One of the long time staff at SegmentNext, Haider is an integral part of the team with a love for writing, playing guitar, and aviation. Apart from writing for us, Haider is also a competitive FPS player and also enjoys exotic RPG games like Diablo and Xenogears (his favorite game of all time) on the side.

Rogues in Dragon Age Inquisition are the fastest characters, using the shadows around them to move in and out of stealth, all the while searching for their foes’ weakest points. The Rogue class comes with two options at the start:...
The mage class is one of the most loved in the Dragon Age series, as it has controversial aspects in the game’s story, and offers an amazing set of abilities when in combat. With up to five different skill trees to choose from,...
The Warrior class in Dragon Age Inquisition gives players the option of becoming rock solid defenders, ever-present guardians, or rage-infested destroyers. The options available through a total of 5 possible skill trees (4 default...
In Dragon Age: Inquisition, you’ll access to nine different party members. A few of them will be available right from the start, while the rest will have to be found and recruited from different parts of Thedas. For more help on...
The Mage class in Dragon Age: Inquisition will probably be the most loved of all, as it offers great offensive and supportive versatility through its skills and unique class abilities. For more help on Dragon Age Inquisition, read...
Perhaps the most noted, most well-documented, and most commonly played class in the Dragon Age series is the Warrior class. For more help on Dragon Age Inquisition, read our Crafting Guide, Treasure Maps Locations and High Dragons...
The Rogue class in Dragon Age Inquisition is probably the most stable as far as the series progression has been concerned. These guys and gals are fast, flashy, and highly unpredictable. For more help on Dragon Age Inquisition, read...
In Dragon Age Inquisition, there is more to the game’s development system than your conventional party leveling. On the War Table, as your Inquisition grows in size and stature, so will your influence and rank. Rank is basically...
Controlling and managing your party members is an extremely important part of Dragon Age: Inquisition, for which you’ll need to make yourself aware of most of the content in the Hero Menu. The options is strictly related to how...
When you’re not busy exploring the vast world of Dragon Age: Inquisition, you’ll probably be spending time staring down the War Table. This is the place in your Skyhold where you perform all your operations. For more help on...