Dragon Age Inquisition Forces Perks Guide
In Dragon Age Inquisition Perk Points can be spent for valuable perks, enhancing various ways. There are four categories in perks: Forces, Secrets, Connections, and Inquisition. Some of the perks you can use them to upgrade the four categories where others work specifically for one perk, which allows healing, bigger inventory. Some of the perks you will need to work on acquiring them where others come in easily. Below you can see a list of perks that are available, be wise on how you spend your perks points as they are limited to 10 points and you can’t acquire them all.
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Massache’s Method: A methodology developed by an Orlesian blademaster and used by chevaliers to analyze their own performance in combat. Grants a 5% increase in XP earned from killing foes.
Rider’s Posture: Training in proper weight distribution during hard riding significantly increases resistance to being unseated. Invest 2 points in Forces category.
Antivan-Stitched Saddle: Proper tack of fine Antivan leather, custom-fitted to both horse and rider, significantly increases resistance to being unseated. Rider’s Posture
Advanced Focus: Increase maximum focus from 100 to 200. Second-tier focus effect for abilities can now be triggered. Invest 5 points in Forces category.
Master Focus: Increase maximum focus for all party members from 200 to 300. Third-tier focus effect for abilities can now be triggered. Advanced Focus
True Grit: Harsh environment training can be dangerous but will harden anyone into a survivor. All party members gain a 10% increase to all defenses. Capture any keep.
More Healing: Potions Increase the maximum number of potions the party can carry by four. Invest 3 points in Forces category.
Mage Schematics: Many mages from all over Thedas have joined the Inquisition, hoping for some degree of order and protection. Reverse engineering their robes and staves will provide new, rare schematics. Invest 4 points in Forces category.
Rogue Schematics: Many of Leliana’s new agents bring gear from their previous employers. Gathering their collective gains will provide new, rare schematics. Invest 4 points in Forces category.
Warrior Schematics: Sellswords, templars, chevaliers: The Inquisition’s forces come from wide-ranging backgrounds. Scour the troops’ arms and armors for new, rare schematics. Invest 4 points in Forces category.
Lord Berand (Agent): Lord Berand of Ferelden has pledged his sword, and those of his forces, to the Inquisition. The addition of these soldiers bolsters the Inquisition’s forces. Reduces by 5% the time it takes for Cullen to complete operations. Recruit Berand.
Clemence, the Tranquil (Agent): Mage Clemence from Redcliffe is now using his knowledge of minor enchanting to reinforce the Inquisition’s defenses. Reduces by 5% the time it takes for Cullen to complete operations. Recruit Clemence.
The Blades of Hessarian (Agent): The Blades are unquestioningly loyal and relentless in battle. The group’s addition to the Inquisition lends significantly to its forces’ strength. Reduces by 5% the time it takes for Cullen to complete operations. Kill their leader, then recruit the Blades of Hessarian.
Vale’s Irregulars (Agent): Corporal Vale has founded Vale’s Irregulars, a company of refugees willing and able to take up arms against the chaos. Reduces by 5% the time it takes Cullen to complete operations. Recruit Corporal Vale.
Loranil (Agent): Loranil’s involvement with the Inquisition cements an alliance with his clan. The perspective of a Dalish elf also gives the Inquisition’s forces an added advantage. Reduces by 5% the time it takes Cullen to complete operations. Recruit Loranil.
Michel de Chevin (Agent): Michel de Chevin, Empress Celene’s former champion, brings to the Inquisition his considerable experience as a chevalier. Reduces by 5% the time it takes Cullen to complete operations. Recruit Michel de Chevin.
Ser Barris (Agent): Ser Barris’s skill and leadership abilities make him indispensable to Cullen. With his understanding of the red templars, he is also well suited to preparing the Inquisition’s soldiers for what they will face. Reduces by 5% the time it takes Cullen to complete operations. Recruit Ser Barris (must survive Therinfal Redoubt)