Posted on November 20, 2014, GameFront Staff Dragon Age: Inquisition – “Wedge of Destiny” Cheese Shield Easter Egg
It ain’t easy being cheesy in Dragon Age: Inquisition, but that didn’t stop Bioware from sneaking in the “Wedge of Destiny” shield into it’s epic fantasy RPG.
Tucked away in the forests of Ferelden, prospective warriors can grab the lactic treat and protect themselves from demons and muensters infesting Crestwood. Make yourself feta and get gouda with the greatest wedge around.
“Wedge of Destiny” Cheese Shield Easter Egg
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The Wedge of Destiny is… well, it’s a wedge of cheese that works like a shield. Bioware is cheese-crazy — there are cheese wheels everywhere, even where they don’t belong. Oddly gigantic ones populate caves, but this particular wedge is unique.
Just look at it! Pretty amazing. See all the stats, backstory, and some clues how to find one of these babies on your own below.
How to Find the Wedge of Destiny
The Wedge of Destiny is located on a picnic table in Crestwood. Cheese isn’t a shocking sight in the world of Inquisition, but watch carefully for lootable cheese wheels on tables in Crestwood — one might be the Wedge of Destiny.
Players report finding it in chests around Crestwood as well. On a high mount there’s a chest above one of the Crestwood camps. From the starting camp, look for the next closest camp location then check the high ledges nearby.
See all the shield’s stats in the following section along with the pun-tastic backstory!
Wedge of Destiny – Item Description
Type: Off Hand Shield Armor: 14 – Front Level: 9 Restriction: Warrior Only Requirement: Level 6 +6% Bleed on Being Hit +30% Front Defense Heal +15% of damage taken over 10 seconds
“A good and colorful item for those who have hearty constitutions. This shield formed when a dragon shed her scales and fragments wafted onto the flavorful breeze into a dairy farm. Wielding it, Ser Jacques of Monterey was unstoppable until he fought par méchant, or dishonorably. His wistful last words as he lay full of holes: It was he who had failed, not the shield.”
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