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(Trivia: That's incredibly far fetched. You need a reference to suggest such a loose connection.)
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This longsword is commissioned by the [[Chantry]] to be used by its [[Templar Order|templars]]. It is received as a reward for completing all three of the [[Chanter's Board]] quests in [[Lothering]].
 
This longsword is commissioned by the [[Chantry]] to be used by its [[Templar Order|templars]]. It is received as a reward for completing all three of the [[Chanter's Board]] quests in [[Lothering]].
   
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 18:34, January 30, 2019


Oathkeeper is a longsword in Dragon Age: Origins.

Acquisition

This longsword is commissioned by the Chantry to be used by its templars. It is received as a reward for completing all three of the Chanter's Board quests in Lothering.

Note: Unfortunately, there is a serious bug effectively rendering the +X% to healing effects received modifier totally useless. See +X Healing Received Bug for details.

Trivia

  • This sword looks exactly like Duncan's.
  • The statues of soldiers in Arl Eamon's estate in Denerim, in Orzammar, and in other places appear to be holding these swords.
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