Bhelen or Harrowmont??
What's on your mind?
Hello friends, I need guidance and insight on what I need to focus on while I'm building my rogue. I.E) armor crafting materials and armor, skill sets, DeX and cunning etc....any info towards building a rogue will be greatly appreciated..thankyou for reading..
So I’ve played the games from DA:O and DA2 and recently kicked of on DA:I. My choices from DA:O seemed represented in 2 as far as they mattered (Alistair was drunk in the tavern for example).
But when I progressed through to DA:I I’m sure my choices haven’t followed. I completed the storyboard thing and that’s fine but little things are wrong. For example Leliana refers to my warden from DA:O as “she” when he was a male elf rogue. Is there something I missed in the storyboard bit to set this, or a way of importing this from the save?
It’s disappointing they didn’t get this right in DA, it worked so well in mass effect.
I wasn't sure about what the "Dust Town House" was, but it's the Slums House in game for me. Is this just a difference between certain Game versions? If so Why did EA change the name like that? Any Ideas? I got confused at first because of this. Spent about 10 minutes looking for "Dust Town House" before just deciding to say screw it and walk in each door.
Right now, Solas has only half or less than half of his power from the days of Elvehnan. But if worst comes to worse(which often happens in games like these) he does get rid of the viel, and becomes nigh omnipotent. Now, he can do almost anything, and has protection against beings with similar or the same powers(how else could he imprison the others?), and can do feats that are similar to the most powerful Comic Book heroes and villains(like survive the ending of reality) How can he be stopped?
I see two options for dealing with this.
1. 4 reveals the source of Solas's(and the rest of the Evanuris's) power. The next question is, how well protected is this source of power?
2. Outsmart Solas. Perhaps in a ironic plot twist, you defeat Solas not through power, but outwit him. Plus, Solas, Solas outwitted his fellow mages, Corphyeus, and even the Inquisitor, possibly even manipualting them like chess pieces. So he'll be defeated by his greatest weapon.
Of course it's plausible that this scenario may not happen, but in DA, you can't be careful. And in DA, the worst often happens.
Does anybody think bioware has any kind of brains and will rerelease origins to like ps4 or nintendo switch. I think the game would do good on the switch.
I'm relatively new to the dragon age keep. I want to import my save to it but my accounts aren't syncing. I have a ps account can I please get some help
Is the dragon age keep's server down?
Y did they take away the ability to have multiple specializations and do you think they should bring them back
I'm playing a rogue archer tank but I found out that massive armour slows attack speed so much, is there a way to stop this like with heavy armour?
Who else is excited and can’t wait for dragon age 4!
I was wondering if anyone else (who has played DA 1&2) questioned if the Elder One is Anders?
Who is your favourite companion, sorry for bad writing
Mine is Alistair and Iron bull
I’m currently doing a third play through of Dragon Age Origins. I’ve tried to romance Alistair in both of my previous play through. I do everything I can to not make him become king so he will stay with me to rebuild the grey wardens but he ways becomes king anyways. How do I avoid this in my new play through?
Wth did they do to the genlocks in the legacy Dlc???!!!
I've noticed on this wiki that character background sections have been drawn from ''The World of Thedas'' books. It's my understanding that these books are written from the in-universe perspective of Brother Genitivi and thus should not be treated as official. There's even an erratum written by Brother Genitivi that warns the readers that not all information in the books should be treated as fact:
"Gathering accurate information is challenging in a place as vast and fragmented as Thedas. Sources may conflict wildly."
An example I found of an inconsistency in Volume 2 is that Brother Genitivi claims that Merrill was not really a blood mage, when we all know that this is not true. Also, he cites choices for the Warden/Hawke/Inquisitor that vary from game-to-game, and it's implied that the Warden was a Dalish elf, like Bioware's default canon.
All this to say, shouldn't the wiki name the headers on articles after the books themselves instead of "Background", so that people know where the information originates? Especially since it's questionable how accurate the books are compared to the information we know from the games.
D&D -style Alignments crop up from time to time in here, so I could not resist any longer in dropping this list. Everybody needs a box. :P
Feel free to disagree and fill in the blanks. I could not quite decide on some cases.
Alistair: Lawful Good
Leliana: Neutral Good or Chaotic Good, depending on development and situation
Wynne: Lawful Good
Morrigan: True Neutral/Neutral Evil?
Sten: Lawful Neutral
Zevran: Chaotic Neutral or Neutral Evil
DAO:A Justice: Chaotic Good or Lawful Neutral?
Sigrun: Neutral Good?
Nathaniel: Neutral Good?
Velanna: something Chaotic?
Anders: Neutral Good in DAO:A, Vengers (DA2): Something Chaotic?
Aveline: Lawful Good
Isabela: Chaotic Neutral or Neutral Evil
Merrill: Chaotic Neutral?
Varric: True Neutral (DA2)/Neutral Good (DAI)
Sebastian: Lawful Neutral
Blackwall: Lawful Evil in the past, Lawful Good later (?)
Cassandra: Lawful Good
Cole: Chaotic Good
Dorian: Neutral Good
Iron Bull: Lawful Neutral, does going Vashoth qualify him as Neutral Good?
Sera: Chaotic Neutral
Solas: ? Perhaps Neutral Evil
Vivienne: Neutral Evil or Lawful Evil
Loghain: Neutral Evil to Lawful evil
Howe: Lawful Evil
Anora: Neutral Evil
Harrowmont: Lawful Neutral
Bhelen: Neutral Evil
Meredith: Lawful evil at start, goes Chaotic Evil over time.
Petrice: Lawful Evil
Grey Wardens: No idea. Focus on task, but don't care for rules but their own.
Templars: Lawful Neutral. May slide into good or evil depending on character
Darkspawn: Chaotic Evil (possibly excluding the Architect)
Followers of the Qun: Rules First. Lawful Neutral. Don't know if others are possible without going Tal-Vashoth
When you are playing each game, how do you play it? Are you a bloodthirsty maniac who kills and bullies every chance you get, or are you a compassionate protagonist who helps as many people as they can? Or do you vary between playthroughs? If so (as I assume most people do) how do decide what style and morality you will have in that particular playthrough? And does your morality depend on which of the three games you are playing? I know that my ‘evil’ Wardens are far worse than even my worst Inquisitors, so how about everyone else?