MetaGame Items Best Dragon Age Origins ModsThe adds 10 items to your inventory that allow you to change and override certain elements of the game. These items allow you to revisit places, change your appearance, change your party, control romances, and more. All of the items included are:.
Love Potion No. 9. The Hate Stick. Machiavellian Tome. Ring of Rebirth.
The Genderring. Polymorphous Perversifier. The Typecaster. Transmogrification Potion. Alternate Lothering Portal.
Sycophant Summoner. Another gorgeous armor set.
Like the one previous, this mod is very thematically friendly. There is nothing worse than out of place textures on mods.
Extra Dog Slot Best Dragon Age Origins ModsWant to bring your dog with you but don’t want to sacrifice another party member such as Wynne or Sten? The mod will solve this problem for you. This mod turns your summon slot into a spot for your dog, with full control as if it were a normal party member.That means you can take full advantage of his skills, while also interacting with him normally. You can send him away if you don’t need him, but a new Dog Whistle Item will let you call him back whenever you like. Assassin Armor and RapiersThere are quite a few armors available to players in Dragon Age: Origins, but not many are as sleek looking as players’s would like. It’s difficult to look exceptionally badass when playing as a Rogue, so the mod helps out.The mod includes leather armor for human’s only. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work with other races.
It also includes a set of Rapiers. Unlike standard swords, these are programmed as longer daggers, meaning they don’t rely on your strength stat.
Instead, they rely on your dexterity.Do note that you need to grab these items before the siege chapter. They were made for a new game, and you can miss the chest (located in the treasury room) that holds them. Lock BashHaving to invest in lock-picking skills can be a real pain. With all of your weaponry and spells, you should be able to open up anything in your way. The mod helps to make that happen. Players will now be able to break open locks and bash through doors in Dragon Age Origins.The ability relies on your primary stat.
The higher it is, the better your chance at bashing the lock and not breaking any items that may be in a chest. Also, this mod makes it so that you can order others to open a lock for you if they already have a skill. The added bonus of not having to constantly switch between characters is much appreciated. Any budding rogue would kill to get their hands on this armor.
Corrupted Warden ArmorThis sick looking armor set has been corrupted by the Fade. It sports a possessed look as well as several bonuses to the player. It does have a risk, though. Wearing this set is a risk to the character’s willpower, so keep that in mind. Making it a bit more special is the fact that it can be worn by anyone regardless of race, class, or gender.set includes:.
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Corrupted Warden Helm. Corrupted Warden Chestplate.
Corrupted Warden Gloves. Corrupted Warden Boots. Corrupted Warden GreatswordThere is a set bonus for wearing all four armor items. Add 21 new specializations and 2 new classes to Dragon Age: Origins with.
@Smodowen said: ' @kamolahy said: ' I think it's bugged anyway. I keep trying to select my active quest in Denerim and I'm not even getting arrows. I have about 4 quests right now that won't show me arrows despite the journal telling me to look at my map for the guide. I have a couple quests that give me no indication on where to go, it just says follow the marker on your map. Yet i have no marker on the mini map, or large map if i zoom out.
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'When they say there's a marker on the map, there is literally a new zone that you can go to on the world/city map, they're glowing if they have a quest there and haven't visited yet if I remember correctly. @Smodowen said: ' @kamolahy said: ' I think it's bugged anyway.
I keep trying to select my active quest in Denerim and I'm not even getting arrows. I have about 4 quests right now that won't show me arrows despite the journal telling me to look at my map for the guide. I have a couple quests that give me no indication on where to go, it just says follow the marker on your map. Yet i have no marker on the mini map, or large map if i zoom out.
'Most quest do not give arrows, but even if you dont have a quest set as active arrows for other quests will show up on the mini map. Its was designed like this, its not bugged, most of the time when It says to check the map it means to look for the location on the map yourself instead of looking for an arrow.