BioWare RPG series "Dragon Age" is packed with countries, politics, history, language, magic, and myth. It's an epic fantasy that, in many ways, shares more in common with "The Lord of the Rings" or "Game of Thrones" than it does with "The Elder Scrolls" or "The Legend of Zelda." The dangerous world of Thedas is dense with what might seem like an overwhelming amount of lore. Each installment comes with hundreds of journal pages and codex entries, building on the history and social architecture of the land and the people that live in it. This is all supplementary most of the time and any necessary information for understanding the plot is given over the course of the main quest, but the last DLC for "Dragon Age: Inquisition" isn't quite so forgiving.