Dragon Age: Inquisition achievements

Dragon Age: Inquisition

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There are a maximum of 69 Dragon Age: Inquisition achievements (50 without DLC) worth 3,594 (1,570)

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Well-Funded in Dragon Age: Inquisition

Well-Funded28 (15)

Earn 50,000 or more gold across all single-player playthroughs.

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Achievement Guide for Well-Funded

Lurking Lawyer
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Lurking Lawyer
Achievement won on 07 Dec 14
TA Score for this game: 1,255
Posted on 08 December 14 at 13:50, Edited on 22 January 15 at 13:06
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This is a cumulative achievement and, for most people, will probably pop naturally at some point during the course of the game. To speed it up, however, and also to get you the Peerless achievement for getting Inquisition Influence to 10 at the same time, I stumbled across a short cut.

I think the running total of gold must also count gold obtained from selling things to merchants. I say that because this popped for me whilst I was using the glitch to raise Influence, by buying and then immediately selling back treaties to Farris the Representative, the merchant who appears at Skyhold down by the Stables. See the guide for that achievement:

Dragon Age: InquisitionPeerlessThe Peerless achievement in Dragon Age: Inquisition worth 50 pointsLevel up the Inquisition to rank 10.

This achievement popped for me after buying and then selling back a few times at around 6,800 gold a go, having only accumulated around 5,000 gold in that playthrough prior to that according to the progress tracker.

I'm not clear on what triggers Farris appearing as a merchant. It may be a side quest from the War Table, it may have been me talking to the merchant guild leader Bonny Simms (whose stall is opposite where Farris appears) about how to get more traders to come to Skyhold.

In theory, you should also be able to do the same thing with the furniture merchant in Val Royeaux whilst going for the Decorator achievement.

Dragon Age: InquisitionDecoratorThe Decorator achievement in Dragon Age: Inquisition worth 29 pointsPurchase any new decoration element for Skyhold.

EDIT: Added on 22/1/15 - the PC update which has just been rolled out, and which is due to also be rolled out on the console version, apparently removes the Influence exploit. That will probably also therefore close the loophole which allows you to buy and sell as long as you don't leave the merchant, which may render this solution redundant.
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