Have you ever played a RPG and thought, “Gooodness I wish I could create a weapon that was so awesome that I could take out (name enemy here)”? Of course you have. We all have, but now you have a chance to do that AND have it reach players all over the world!

There is a new contest for Dragon Age: Inquisition, held by the wonderful people at BioWare, called the Untold Relics of Thedas Contest, where you can create every aspect of your own fabled weapon or item. BioWare has made a complete list of stats to use for the contest.

Participants must create names and backstories for their submissions. As BioWare stated 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.”

Be as creative as you possible can! Make it your absolute best because only three winners will be selected and given Dragon Age prize packs, including possibly the winning items in future content packs for the game. If you have a fabulous and creative design you want to submit, send 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.

Good Luck to all the participants!


About The Author

John D
Chief Operating Officer

John Donadio a.k.a. SomeBeardy2Love is the COO here at GAW. He once had a show that he produced, wrote, and co-hosted called the Wide World of Games, you can probably find it on youtube. He is also a co-host on a podcast called Party Up! John is an Action-Adventurer, platformer, RPGer, and FPS kind of gamer. Quick to play any game that has magic, swordplay, and/or stealthy elements. If you can customize a character he is in it for the long haul or just give me your 2D platform and he's a happy camper. What else do you expect from a gamer with a beard and a bow tie tattoo? Seriously.