Dragon Age: Inquisition Contest Gives You the Chance to Make an In-Game Item

Winning designs might make it into content packs in the future.


If you've ever thought that you could design an item for an RPG, a new Dragon Age: Inquisition contest is giving you the possibility of getting an item in the game.

Called the Untold Relics of Thedas Contest, this competition tasks Dragon Age players with creating accessory items for characters in the game. Developer BioWare has compiled a list of different item attributes that can be changed, and submitted designs should use combinations of these stats to change gameplay.

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Participants must also come up with names and backstories for their submissions. As BioWare wrote on its website, "Make [your item] funny, make it mysterious, make it sad, but above all else, make sure it affects gameplay in an interesting and unique way. Whether it's high risk/high reward or encourages nonstandard min-maxing, we want items that will get your fellow Inquisitors thinking about how they play in new ways."

Three winners will be selected and given Dragon Age prize packs, and the developer will possibly include the winning items in future content packs for the game.

If you have a design you want to submit, write an email to relics@bioware.com with your name, birthdate, email address, and item idea. Submissions are open now and run through Monday, July 20.

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