January 22, 2015 8:21 pm Published by


Welcome to our Dragon Age III: Inquisition cheats page. Here you’ll find Dragon Age III: Inquisition trainers, cheat codes, wallpapers, savegames, walkthroughs, and achievements.

Dragon Age Inquisition

Dragon Age Inquisition





How to using this Trainer?

1. Launch the trainer first

2. Launch the Game

3. Press F1 at the Main Menu

4. Listen for “Trainer Activated”

5.Press desired hotkey




 Unlimited Party Health
 Unlimited Party Power
 Fast Spell Cooldowns
Unlimited Potion Use
 Mega Gold
 Ability Points
 Player XP
 Mega Crafting Items
 Super Gold Sale
 Unlimited Party Focus
 Unlimited Inventory







Edit Damage
Edit Strength
Edit Dexterity
Edit Magic
Edit Cunning
Edit Willpower
Edit Constitution
God Mode



1.Item Duplication

You can dupe stackable crafting materials at any merchant. All you need to do is mark your crafting materials you want to dupe to the Valuables and hit Sell and Sell All at the same time. Only stackable crafting materials can be duped and no herbs.

2.Infinite Gold

From the War Table, select the Gather Coin operation with any character. Now, exit the game long enough to change the clock settings on your hardware. Set the time forward an hour, then resume play. Your operation should have concluded, and you can collect the rewards. Make sure not to rollover your time, and it’s a good idea to reset your clock once you have used the trick a few times, just to keep things simple.

3.Easy Wyvern Scales and Experience (Exploit)

Once you are at level 13 or higher with sufficiently powerful gear, head to the Hissing Wastes. Work your way to the oasis, located near the far west side of the map. Kill the enemies you find there and gather the wyvern scales, which you can sell for around 4000G for about 10 minutes’ worth of work. It’s a great way to gain both gold and experience points.



1.Easy Climbing

As you are exploring and have to climb along steep terrain, watch your trekking companions. Because they are controlled by AI, they will often have an easier time climbing. If an ally works his or her way to an advantageous position, quickly switch to that character, and then back to your preferred warrior. You should join your friend on the high ground, saving you the trouble of getting there the hard way.







Dragon Age Inquisition 1

Dragon Age Inquisition 1

Dragon Age Inquisition 2

Dragon Age Inquisition 2

Dragon Age Inquisition 3

Dragon Age Inquisition 3



Dragon Age: Inquisition (Originally Dragon Age III: Inquisition) was announced by Mark Darrah on the official BioWare blog on 2012 September 17. Dragon Age: Inquisition is built on a new RPG engine using DICE’s Frostbite 3 technology as a foundation.  Dragon Age: Inquisition is developer Bioware’s third installment in the Dragon Age series, continuing a player’s fantastic journeys in the medieval-themed continent of Thedasintroduced in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II.  Inquisition’s play space is significantly larger than the area players traversed in Dragon Age: Origins. Biomes are vast and divergent, including waterways, forests, mountains, and deserts. Weather effects and storms swirl in the skies overhead, and dangerous wild beasts roam the land.  There are dozens of hours of content in Dragon Age: Inquisition but few things are quite as breath-taking as battling the 10 dragons currently roaming the various corners of Thedas. To say that Dragon Age: Inquisitiondelivered enjoyable gameplay for this aspect of the game feels like the understatement of the century.  There are a total of 10 High Dragons to be hunted down and defeated for masterwork crafting materials as well as rare weapons and armor. There is a quest for defeating 10 High Dragons, and you will find information on them in the locations where they have taken residence. The Main Quest Dragons do not drop any crafting materials or rare equipment. So we want to do our part to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fire/ice/electricity-breathing action. Having just finished the Dragon Age: Inquisition campaign, I figured now would be the perfect time to round up some basic information on the various dragons that can be battled in Inquisition including maps to each of their locations and information on which types of magic you can/can’t expect to work against each.









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