|Last of Your Line||Completed the Human Noble origin story.|
|Corrupted||Completed the Dalish Elf origin story.|
|Conscripted||Completed the City Elf origin story.|
|Harrowed||Completed the Magi origin story.|
|Casteless||Completed the Dwarf Commoner origin story.|
|Kinslayer||Completed the Dwarf Noble origin story.|
These trophies/achievements are gained through completing the main quest.
|Last of the Wardens||Completed Ostagar.|
|Standard-Bearer||Used the Grey Warden treaties to recruit all possible allies.|
|Liberator||Destroyed the Anvil of the Void.|
|Pragmatist||Preserved the Anvil of the Void.|
|Hero of Redcliffe||Completed ‘The Arl of Redcliffe’.|
|Rabble-Rouser||Completed ‘The Landsmeet’.|
|Magic Sympathizer||Sided with the Mages in ‘Broken Circle’.|
|Annulment Invoker||Sided with the Templars in ‘Broken Circle’.|
|Slayer||Sided with the werewolves in ‘Nature of the Beast’.|
|Poacher||Sided with the elves in ‘Nature of the Beast’.|
|Sacrilegious||Sided with the Cult of Andraste in ‘The Urn of Sacred Ashes’.|
|Ceremonialist||Defied the Cult of Andraste in ‘The Urn of Sacred Ashes’.|
|Bhelen’s Ally||Sided with Bhelen in ‘A Paragon of Her Kind’.|
|Harrowmont’s Ally||Sided with Harrowmont in ‘A Paragon of Her Kind’.|
|The Ultimate Sacrifice||The ultimate sacrifice was made in defense of Ferelden.|
|A Dark Promise||Defeated the Archdemon and, through a dark ritual with Morrigan, spared your own life.|
|Dragonslayer||Defeated the dragon guarding the Urn of Sacred Ashes.|
|Defender||Preserved the lives of half the troops at Denerim’s Gates in ‘The Final Battle’.|
|Mercenary||Complete 15 job-board quests.|
|Educated||Used a tome to improve the main character’s attributes, talents, spells, or skills.|
|Bloodied||Completed an origin story without the main character ever falling in battle.|
|Master of Arms||Main character achieved level 20 as a warrior.|
|Shadow||Main character achieved level 20 as a rogue.|
|Archmage||Main character achieved level 20 as a mage.|
|Pilgrim||Completed a Chanter’s Board quest.|
|Grey Warden||Killed 100 darkspawn.|
|Master Warden||Killed 500 darkspawn.|
|Tinkerer||Crafted an item.|
|Persuasive||Succeeded at five difficult Persuasion attempts.|
|Blight-Queller||Killed 1000 darkspawn.|
|Silver Tongued||Succeeded at 25 difficult Persuasion attempts.|
|Bully||Succeeded at five difficult Intimidate attempts.|
|Menacing||Succeeded at 10 difficult Intimidate attempts.|
|First Knight||Experienced the thrill of romance with Alistair.|
|Witch Gone Wild||Experienced the thrill of romance with Morrigan.|
|Easy Lover||Experienced the thrill of romance with Zevran.|
|Wine, Woman and Song||Experienced the thrill of romance with Leliana.|
|Veteran||Main character learned a specialization.|
|Elite||Main character learned two specializations.|
The party members that you have to recruit are: Alistair (Ostagar), Morrigan (Kocari Wilds), Leliana (Lothering), Sten (Lothering), “Dog” (Human Noble origin and in Ostagar), Zevran (encounter after Redcliffe), Oghren (Orzammar), Wynne (Mage’s Circle Tower), and Loghain (after “The Landsmeet”). Be aware, if you accept Loghain into your party, then Alistair will leave it forever.
Shale is not required for this. If you have the “Stone’s Prisoner” DLC, recruit him anyway because he’s extremely valuable.
Across all playthroughs, recruited all party members.
Complete the romance stories with Morrigan, Leliana, Zevran, and Alistair. For Morrigan, your character needs to be male. For Alistair, your character needs to be female. For Leliana and Zevran, your character can be either male or female. When you reach a certain level (track your progress with the meter below their Character Record), you will slowly approach the end of the romance. You need to get the meter as high as possible (Leliana for example is close to maxed out, Zevran doesn’t take nearly as much). You’ll do a quest for them, then share a kiss, and then…
For an easy way to gain points with them, go into your inventory, and scroll over to the “Other” list. Anything that says “Gift” in purple can be given to any potential romantic interest. Just use R1 Button to scroll over to the character you’re interested in, highlight which item you’re going to give her, and press X Button to give it to him. The best items vary from character to character.
You’ll need two playthroughs for this.The Feast Day gifts DLC also give huge approval bonuses.
Across all playthroughs, experienced all possible romances.
This is all going to depend on the decisions you make and who you side with throughout your playthroughs. You should be able to get this in two playthroughs. You should be able to save in Fort Drakon, play out the quest, quit, and reload doing the opposite and this should unlock. For now, that is unconfirmed. Below in the spoiler tags, is the list of what you have to do. Do not read if you don’t want things spoiled for you.
- Morrigan performs the ritual that saves you.
- You sacrifice yourself to save Ferelden. You’ll have to speak to Loghain or Alistair in Fort Drakon telling them you are going to sacrifice yourself.
- Loghain sacrifices himself to save Ferelden. Speak to Loghain in Fort Drakon and tell it’s best he sacrifices himself.
- Alistair sacrifices himself to save Ferelden. Speak to Alistair in Fort Drakon and tell him to sacrifice himself.
One Playthrough Method: Utilize the extra saves made with Morrigan’s offer and the extra save before heading to The Landsmeet. Also make an extra save at the autosave point on the second floor of Fort Drakon. If you only need two endings, then great. If you need more, use the extra saves strategically to hit all of the requirements.
Across all playthroughs, discovered all possible endings.
As a Warrior with high strength and willpower. Get a two-handed weapon with runes on it to increase the damage you inflict. Have your party mates cast buffing spells on you. Use the Berserker skill “Final Blow”. Make sure your stamina bar is full as well.
As a Rogue, max out your Archery talents, especially the Pinning Shot line. Get to Arrow of Slaying as soon as you can. Use that talent in a fight and you’ll easily do over 500 damage.
As a Mage, use Walking Virulent Bomb or Mana Clash on another Mage. Combining Spell Wisp, Spell Might, a high magic attribute, and two items that increases damage works as well.
This needs to be done against one, single enemy. There have been quite a few times where I’ve damaged multiple opponents with my Mage or Rogue with damage well over 250. Remember, it’s a single hit, not a single attack. You also need to do this with your main character. No switching to Shale. It won’t count.
Main character inflicted 250 damage with a single hit.
This has to be done in one playthrough. You’ll need to hit every location on the main map, and the sub maps for the Deep Roads and Denerim. You’ll need to do every main quest and quite a few side quests to visit all of them.
This trophy was recently confirmed to need the following places by Fleapants on the Bioware forums. Make sure to create an extra save before heading to the Royal Palace during “The Landsmeet”. That’s the point of no return.
Kaitleyn’s home, second floor (ask the boy what he was doing there)
Gnarled Noble Tavern
Wonders of Thedas
Warden’s Cache (ask Riordan after finding his documents when freeing Anora)
Dirty Back Alley
Rundown Back Streets
Dark Alley (the last three are from “Back Alley Justice” sidequest you get from the Denerim chantry)
Orphanage in the Alienage
Dane’s Refuge (this is the tavern where you meet Leliana)
Haven (both of these are easily missed):
Haven house near the entrance
Haven General Store (at the top of the hill)
Proving Grounds (in the Commons)
Shaperate (in the Diamond Quarter)
Figor’s Imports (Unlocks after choosing the new king)
Final Battle :
Fort Drakon rooftop
All of the above are in addition to the locations in the main story.
Set foot in every area in the game.