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Loghain Lives Edit
Are you certain that th Martyr pre-built history leaves Loghain alive? I can't dig up my save at the moment, but I'd swear King Alistair gives the line about him being dead based on that history. Just wanted to check in case it is an error. Millahnna (talk) 13:13, June 23, 2011 (UTC)
Other decisions Edit
Shouldn't decisions like if the warden slept with Isabela, or any other this that are mentioned he/she did be added to the list? Like if they were in a romance with Alistair or Zevran. --Sandvalleykid (talk) 20:17, July 5, 2011 (UTC)
- When Hawke meets Isabela, the first thing she says is whether or not she slept with the Warden. Do you NEED that bit of crucial information? I doubt it. The LI should have been outlined, though. I'm with you there. Quirkynature (talk) 21:00, July 5, 2011 (UTC)
Can someone tell me if aquiring the enduring vigil counts as saving vigil's keep for purpose of save game transfer?
Import bugs with DLC Edit
Just a question, but how do we know that the import flags for DLC (ie Witch Hunt, GoA, etc) are imported incorrectly? I recall the devs saying that none of these flags are read in DA2, so there's no way ingame to see if they imported incorrectly?
Secret Rendezvous Edit
If Corff the Bartender mentions the pigeon population going down regardless of whether or not Shale was recruited, why is it worth mentioning? Just wondering. Norqi (talk) 13:56, October 8, 2013 (UTC)
- That's a bug. Nothing more.22.214.171.124 (talk) 14:02, October 8, 2013 (UTC)
Importing partial playthroughs Edit
Is there information anywhere about what "default" choices are made if a save file from midway through a playthrough is imported? For example, my current playthrough is using an imported Awakening save in which Anders and Nathaniel were recruited, but the none of the three "main quests" of Awakening have been completed yet. Using this save file as my import triggered "Finding Nathaniel" in Act 3. This seems to indicate that if Nathaniel is recruited, the "default choices" include his survival.