Weekly Trophy Tip – Dragon Age: Inquisition – On Burning Wings

This week’s trophy tip is coming to you via Dragon Age: Inquisition. Not really a hard trophy to get, this is one of those missable story trophies where you have to play the story a certain way in order to get the trophy. On my first playthrough of this game I totally missed this trophy and I know a lot of people did to. That’s what multiple playthroughs are for and at least you’ll know how to get it now.

Dragon Age: Inquisition – On Burning Wings
Recruit a powerful ally to even the score – Bronze
TIP: In order to start your path to get this trophy you must play the “What Had Pride Wrought” main story mission. Throughout this mission you’ll battle your way to the Well of Sorrows. Once you’re there make sure that YOU drink from the Well. If you let Morrigan drink from the Well or you don’t use the Well at all you will not get this trophy. Sure, Morrigan will be pissed if you drink from the Well because of course she knows more then you do but that’s just too bad.

After drinking from the Well make sure you complete the quest “The Final Piece.” Depending on what saved data you’re using from The Keep, your story can play out a bunch of different ways, but as long as you drank from the well and you complete this quest you’ll get the trophy.

BONUS: If you’re looking to really piss off Morrigan make sure to drink from the Well while you play as an elf. Not only will she be pissed because you stole the knowledge that she wanted so badly, but she’ll also be pissed because she things you’re trying to reclaim some elven glory.

Have anything additional to add to my tip? Let me know in the comments section below and I’ll add it in and give you credit. Need help with a specific trophy? I’m always looking for my next weeks tip so throw out some suggestions in the comments section. If I have the trophy I’ll post a tip on how to get it.

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