The raccoon-eyed Witch of the Wilds, Morrigan, is returning in Dragon Age: Inquisition. But how has she changed and what kind of role will she play in the proceedings?

The folks at Outside Xbox talk to producer Cameron Lee to find out more about our favorite sarcastic witch and to see what other new goodies await us in Dragon Age: Inquisition. While we remember her for her biting (or rather, gnawingly), sharp wit and even sharper tongue, Morrigan was always useful as a mage in our party. In Inquisition, she will have a large role in the story, but won't be joining as a playable party member. Her heart will have also thawed a bit and will no longer act as the "ice queen" we know and love (and are somewhat afraid of).

The focus shifts from Morrigan and turns toward how speech will play a big part in Dragon Age: Inquisition, allowing the player to fulfill his or her fantasies of adventure by being fully immersed in the world and the character. There's also some footage shown of mounts that the player can ride to get across the sprawling, open world of Thedas.

Watch the video above to see more on Morrigan and the other new features that we can expect from Dragon Age: Inquisition when it drops on Nov. 18 for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.