DescriptionTrespasser is a downloadable content pack (DLC) for the 2014 game Dragon Age: Inquisition. It is mostly a post game DLC building further upon the main storyline.
After Corypheus has been defeated and the Inquisition has served its purpose, people start to question whether the Inquisition should still exist now that the Red Templars and Venitori are gone. Both Fereldan and Orlais have their own concerns regarding the Inquisition, feeling that the Inquisition should be kept in check or even disbanded.
The Chantry starts an Exalted Council so that every party can give its opinion, including the Inquisition itself. As thus, the Inquisitor travels to Winter Palace in Orlais. While the discussions are ongoing, a plot is uncovered that Qunari invaders, led by the Viddasala, want to kill the Exalted Council. It turns out they use the old Elven eluvians to travel quickly around. The Mark on the Inquisitor's hand is getting worse and worse, and if nothing is going to be done soon, it could kill him/her.
While the Inquisitor travels through the eluvians to fight the Qunari, Solas turns up again after having disappeared just after Corypheus' dead. Whilst fighting next to him it turns out Solas is one of the Old Gods, Fen'Harel (The Dread Wolf). It turns out that Solas wants to return his people (the Elves) to their former glory. The only way this could be done is by bringing the Elves to safety, but destroying the current world and all of its inhabitants. He created the Orb and gave it to Corypheus. But it went wrong, and he was the cause of the explosion at the Conclave. And thus, with the Qunari destroyed, the Inquisition turns their attention to stopping Solas before he destroys everyone.
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