And see Thedas in a new Dragon Age: Dreadwolf trailer.
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Combining the love for gaming and the enjoyment of cooking is getting easier with all the books containing recipes based on popular games coming out recently. This famous franchise from BioWare is no exception. Dragon Age: The Official Cookbook: Taste of Thedas is already available for purchase offering 176 pages of delicious food you can make yourself.
Created by Jessie Hasset and published by Insight Editions, the book features dishes from all over Thedas. If you're not an experienced cook, it's okay: each recipe has a difficulty level, so you can choose the ones that fit your cooking proficiency.
To get a better look at Taste of Thedas, check out this review by MisoHungrie, a YouTuber who specializes in cooking and knows what's good:
You can snatch the book from Amazon for $15.99 for a Kindle edition or $34.85 if you want a hardcover version. Alternatively, you can try to win it in a giveaway from Insight Editions ending on December 8.
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Taste of Thedas is not the only present BioWare had for the Dragon Age Day. After a long time without any news, it finally revealed a new teaser for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf – the next episode in the franchise.
Thedas Calls doesn't offer much but gives you a slightly better understanding of different parts of the continent and their world views.
"Enter Thedas, a vibrant land of rugged wilderness, treacherous labyrinths, and glittering cities – steeped in savage combat and secret magics. Now, its fate teeters on a knife's edge."
The game will be fully unveiled in the summer of 2024. Meanwhile, its developers shared some sights from the highly anticipated title. In previous installments, we only got to see a couple of cities, but Dreadwolf promises a much bigger chunk of the world.
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"The desolate, beautiful badlands of the Anderfels with curtains of distant mountainous spires. The twisting canals and gleaming towers of Antiva, where Crows may lurk in any shadow. The turquoise seas of Rivain with its rushes of greenery and hardy sea-faring people. And of course, there’s more."
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It would be awesome to see Antiva and maybe even meet some old friends there, although I'm more interested in visiting Tevinter to witness how different it is from other places where mages have a much lower standing.
To make us all more excited for the game, BioWare partnered with artists so they could share their vision of Thedas.
Rivain by Gabriela Isache
Antiva by Nipuni
Anderfels by Solelle
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