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Dragon Age Flemeth

Updated on August 17, 2010

Dragon Age Flemeth

Dragon Age Flemeth
Dragon Age Flemeth

Fire Resistance is Essential

Dragon Age Fire Resistance
Dragon Age Fire Resistance

Dragon Age Flemeth

In dragon age, Flemeth is one of the most dangerous and challenging foes that the player character has to face. One does not have to face Flemeth to complete the main storyline, but not defeating dragon age flemeth and finishing the story seems a bit unnatural.

Here we discuss how to approach the battle with dragon age flemeth. Preparation is everything. Approach the merchant - weapon master in Denerim (Wade) and ask him to make Superior Drake Leather Armour for 20 Sovereigns. This will bring the total fire resistance for the player character (a arcane warrior) to about 75%. Then consume some warmth balm and it will approach 100%. If one has some money left, obtain the Torch of Embers - this will further increase one's fire resistance.

Civil Conversation with Flemeth

Civil Conversation with Flemeth
Civil Conversation with Flemeth

A civil conversation before the fight

To obtain the quest to defeat Flemeth, one must hand Morrigan the black grimorie from the Mage Tower. Morrgian will then study this and come to the conclusion that Flemeth is a shapeshifter and will eventually need to sacrifice Morrigan to extend her lifespan. Morrigan pleads with the hero to save her, and so the hero does just that, marching back into Flemeth's hut in the wilds and confronting her. A civil conversation ensures before the big fight with Dragon Age Flemeth starts.

Dragon Age Flemeth

Spacing between Alistair and Mage

Spacing between Alistair and Mage
Spacing between Alistair and Mage

The Big Fight with Dragon Age Flemeth

The big fight with Dragon Age Flemeth begins with good spacing. Essentially Alistair is also dressed in drake armour, albeit less superior type, but still good enough to withstand the fire breath from dragon age Flemeth. Here we see the spacing between Alistair (armed with bow and arrows) and the mage. Note that both have to stand behind the small little hill. This is to prevent the dragon flemeth from sucking in the character, followed by shaking of the character using her wingspan attack. Immediate death is usually the result.

The mage character alternates between - Lightning bolt, Tempest (an area attack on Flemeth) and the torch of embers attack. With patience, the end result can be seen here.

Dragon Age Flemeth

Dragon Age Flemeth - Tempest attack
Dragon Age Flemeth - Tempest attack


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