This week we’ve got a quick taste of five new screenshots for Dragon Age: Inquisition. This time we look at Therinfal Redoubt, a gorgeous castle with lush greenery and secret underground passages. Here’s a bit from one of the in-game books about this fortress:
I have heard the complaints. Some of you do not understand why we train in a castle in the wilderness when you’re to seek out corruption among the masses. You question the Seekers’ foresight. Doubt assails you. Why have you come to Therinfal? What can you learn here you could not on your own?
Patience is what you will learn. With no city to distract or tempt you, you will practice. You will fail. You will suffer. And when we are done, you will be a rock upon which demons break.
Now let us begin.”
This transcription of a speech by Lord Seeker Alderai to a batch of students beginning advanced lessons is dated 7:70 Storm. The Seekers used Therinfal Redoubt as a training ground until around 8:99 Blessed, when their finances were insufficient to keep the fortress in desirable condition.
– From Notable Fortresses, Castles, Towers, and Other Edifices of Interest in Ferelden by Henry Lannon
Next week we’ve got an appointment to see this incredible looking title in person. It’s one of my most anticipated appointments for E3, and one look at the screens over the past few weeks and it’s easy to see why.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is releasing for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 this October.
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