Watchguard of the Reaching – Dragon Age Guide
Watchguard of the Reaching – Dragon Age Guide
This side quest is dependent on you finding various documents strewn around the Circle Tower. So, your best bet is to be as thorough as humanly possible in
Dragon Age: Origins, Yusaris The Dragonslayer
“Watchguard of the Reaching” quest. As reward you get two handed sword Yusaris.
The easiest way to see the notes is to keep on presssing the TAB key.Quest is in the Circle Tower.Comment and rate if you like it 🙂
Critical chance: 2.25%
Armor penetration: 5.25.
Strenght modifier: 1.10.
+20% fire resistance.
+10 damage vs. dragons.
Dragon Age Origins: Yusaris The Dragonslayer Unique Sword
As a reward for completing the “Watchguard of the Reaching” quest, you get the unique two handed sword Yusaris. To complete the quest, you must first obtain all the “Apprentice Notes” located at the
1st, 2nd, and 3rd floor of the Circle Tower. The easiest way to see the notes is to keep on presssing the TAB key to reveal all the clickable items around you. After you get all the apprentice notes, you need to click on each of the 4 statues (ONCE) at the 3rd floor in this order: LEFT(statue with bowl) – RIGHT (statue with sword pointing up) – MIDDLE (statue with sword pointing down) – FAR (statue with shield). If you’ve done this correctly, you will be notified that something happened at the bottom floor (where you first met Wynne). Click on the locked door and a rage demon named Shah Wyrd will appear. You will get the sword after you kill the demon
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Wynne explains how all this has started when Uldred was confronted by Irving about Loghain. It’s time to move on – we must find Irving and make sure the Tower is safe again.
But firstly, I’m going to summon four spirtis by excercing ‘Summoning Sciences’ (1, 2). I also search for more Apprentice Notes (3), and discover one of the Places of Power (4)…
The Second sequence will summon Trickster Whim, who triggers a new quest ‘Unintended Consequences’ on the Chanter’s Board in Redcliff Village.
1) Summoning Sciences (Episode 27)
2) Unintended Consequences (See note above)
3) Watchguard of the Reaching (4 of 6 Apprentice Notes found)
4) Places of Power
Played: Ultimate Edition (PS3), Normal Mode
Let’s Play Dragon Age Origins | Part 16 – Watchguard Of The Reaching | Blind Gameplay Walkthrough
In Part 16 of this blind Dragon Age Origins gameplay walkthrough on the Xbox Series X we face off against a powerful foe named Shah Wyrd as we make our way up the tower. | Please Like and Subscribe if you enjoyed!
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Dragon Age: Origins is a 2009 role-playing game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. It is the first game in the Dragon Age franchise. Set in the fictional kingdom of Ferelden during a period of civil strife, the game puts the player in the role of a warrior, mage, or rogue coming from an elven, human, or dwarven background. The player character is recruited into the Grey Wardens, an ancient order that stands against monstrous forces known as “Darkspawn”, and is tasked with defeating the Archdemon that commands them and ending their invasion. The game is played from a third-person perspective that can be shifted to a top-down perspective. Throughout the game, players encounter various companions, who play major roles in the game’s plot and gameplay. Want to test your skills in a multiplayer game? Try Paper.io 2 at https://kevin.games/paper-io-2.
BioWare described Dragon Age: Origins as a “dark heroic fantasy” set in a unique world, and a spiritual successor to their previous Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights franchises. Its setting was inspired by The Lord of the Rings and A Song of Ice & Fire, and was described by BioWare as a mix between high fantasy and low fantasy. Development of the game began in 2002 and BioWare employed more than 144 voice-actors, and hired Inon Zur to compose the game’s music. The development of the game’s console versions was outsourced to Edge of Reality. Origins was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 in November 2009, and for Mac OS X in December 2009.
Origins received critical acclaim upon release, with praise mostly directed at its story, setting, characters, music and combat system. It sold more than 3.2 million copies and 1 million pieces of downloadable content. It won multiple year-end accolades including Game of the Year and Best Role-playing awards from several gaming publications, and has widely been considered to be one of the greatest video games ever made. BioWare released several instances of downloadable content after the game’s initial launch, an expansion pack for the game titled Awakening in March 2010, and two sequels, Dragon Age II and Dragon Age: Inquisition, were released in 2011 and 2014 respectively.
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