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: Sorry, but what is a "save generator"? Anyway, I was planning to get the Ultimate edition, but I'm liking DA2 so much I wouldn't want to put it to the side for hours if it's required I finish itbefore unlocking the quests in 2.[[Special:Contributions/72.208.159.127|72.208.159.127]] ([[User talk:72.208.159.127|talk]]) 16:29, April 5, 2012 (UTC)
 
: Sorry, but what is a "save generator"? Anyway, I was planning to get the Ultimate edition, but I'm liking DA2 so much I wouldn't want to put it to the side for hours if it's required I finish itbefore unlocking the quests in 2.[[Special:Contributions/72.208.159.127|72.208.159.127]] ([[User talk:72.208.159.127|talk]]) 16:29, April 5, 2012 (UTC)
   
:: It generates a save file after you specify the parameters. You can get it [http://dragonage.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=2251 here]. {{User:GabrielleduVent/Sig}} 16:38, April 5, 2012 (UTC)
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: The save generator in question is a program that lets you conveniently create a Dragon Age: Origins save file that you may customise in order to import it into Dragon Age 2. The creation process involves you making choices that you would have made in the game without actually playing it, so instead of playing DA:O and spending hours carefully making sure that you have meticulously completed all the important quests in ways that result in the desired outcomes (in DA:O there are plenty of different ways quests can end), you can just open a program and click your mouse :) oh and even though DA2 has 3 preset imports, there are plenty of different outcomes for The Warden and by not importing a save you miss out on a fair amount. Most importantly, DA:O is an incredible game!! Buy the Ultimate Edition and play it!! :) [[User:Ccg08|Ccg08]] ([[User talk:Ccg08|talk]]) 16:50, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

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...I am tempted to go back to my Gallows Courtyard save and start over again so I can stop myself from maxing out Friendship in Act 1. I'd do that so I could edit all of the quest entries that don't give you a list of all the dialogue choices and what you get out of them or have stuff missing. Would that be okay, or is that something bad enough I might get blocked?Tamarisk Green (talk) 04:18, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

Blocked? Blocked on what? -Gabriellesig 05:20, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

At another gaming site I'm a member of, I posted about how I had found mistakes in an FAQ and asked about editing it. On that site the only person who can edit stuff is the one who created and posted it, so my account got blocked for several days and I got some demerits placed on my account. As I use walkthroughs on some games that I love the details of, I'd like to provide that information I collect with other people, but with that bad experience I'm kind of afraid to be doing too much editing.Tamarisk Green (talk) 05:50, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

If you are talking about editing on the wiki, don't be afraid to change things that are wrong or can be expanded. This is a community project where all are invited to contribute. Some things should be discussed before being changed (see the forum discussion on the broodmother picture being deleted without discussion as an example), but most change be without worry. JKPackard (talk) 09:32, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

Thanks so much for clearing things up for me! The only stuff I might delete would be a few words that give a wrong location (have seen that), but then I would put the correct information. Your reassurance is so appreciated I am going to restart the game and work on not maxing Friendship/Rivalry in the first act so that I can check dialogue choices all the way through. Thanks again! :>DTamarisk Green (talk) 15:06, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

Wait... I can't access some of the quests unless I have DA:O save, right? I've been thinking about getting it for a while, especially as you can play from three different perspectives. However, does that game need to be fully completed for me to access the extra quests in DA2? Are those extra quests worth that time?Tamarisk Green (talk) 15:11, April 5, 2012 (UTC)

You can get a DAO save generator at Dragon Age nexus. Very useful. But I do recommend getting DAO (ultimate edition nicely packs everything into two discs), because the game is well worth the price and I got far more hours of gameplay out of it. -Gabriellesig 15:36, April 5, 2012 (UTC)
Sorry, but what is a "save generator"? Anyway, I was planning to get the Ultimate edition, but I'm liking DA2 so much I wouldn't want to put it to the side for hours if it's required I finish itbefore unlocking the quests in 2.72.208.159.127 (talk) 16:29, April 5, 2012 (UTC)
The save generator in question is a program that lets you conveniently create a Dragon Age: Origins save file that you may customise in order to import it into Dragon Age 2. The creation process involves you making choices that you would have made in the game without actually playing it, so instead of playing DA:O and spending hours carefully making sure that you have meticulously completed all the important quests in ways that result in the desired outcomes (in DA:O there are plenty of different ways quests can end), you can just open a program and click your mouse :) oh and even though DA2 has 3 preset imports, there are plenty of different outcomes for The Warden and by not importing a save you miss out on a fair amount. Most importantly, DA:O is an incredible game!! Buy the Ultimate Edition and play it!! :) Ccg08 (talk) 16:50, April 5, 2012 (UTC)
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