Dragon Age Inquisition Spoilers: Morrigan And Her Son? Descriptions Leak Early From Art Book [PICTURES]

By Luca Saitta , Updated Oct 04, 2014 08:54 AM EDT

The fate of Morrigan, Witch of the Wilds from Dragon Age: Origins, has been one of gaming's great mysteries for the past five years. Expect some answers come November, or if you're an eager beaver Redditor or Russian owner of the Art Of Dragon Age: Inquisition book - right now!

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As will happen, the Art Of Dragon Age: Inquisition has found its way into the hands of gamers a good month or so in advance of its official release date. The lucky Russian few who got their early copies immediately scanned pictures from it, along with some interesting descriptive text.

Shares of the content on the BioWare forums have been steadily deleted wherever it's popped up, so thanks to Gameranx for catching the description of Morrigan and her Old One son: "The Witch of the Wilds, Morrigan, is a familiar face amongst the multitude of new characters in Dragon Age Inquisition. The wise and enigmatic, she was initially portrayed in various distinctive outfits, tailored for different climate conditions; however, eventually, we settled on the one which favoured her traditional/canon style. Her son (on the right) is wearing a luxurious Orlesian finery, closely resembling his mother's style (his mother in style?)."

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In Dragon Age: Origins, it was revealed that only a Grey Warden could kill the Archdemon - if s/he sacrificed their life in doing so. Morrigan suggested a way to circumvent this, but she needed a son of Grey Warden lineage to do it. You could impregnate her via your Warden, Alistair or a newly initiated Loghain.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be released to PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One come November 18 and 21 for North America and Europe, respectively.

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