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Title: Dragon Age: Origins: II Posted: November 29, 2009 (11:35 PM)
Haven't had as much time with this as I'd want, but moving along.
1. Finished off early stage. The cinematic aspect of the battle/betrayal was well done. Very epic feel to the proceedings.
2. Lukewarm about the village there after the initial part is done. Almost like a tutorial after the origin part is over. The only remotely challenging fight was the one bandit party with a "leader" character.
3. Then did the free-for-me get-the-golem shit. Fun quest. I'll never look at my cats in the same way. Toughest fight was the one where you free the villagers, as the enemy had numbers and some good units (emissary) out there. It might replace the dude I got from the stupid village's cage as my tank....or replace Alistair, so I don't keep confusing him with me.
User: WilltheGreat Title: Posted: November 30, 2009 (12:28 AM)
But Alistair is by far the most entertaining character!
Especially with Morrigan in the party. It's not nearly as hilarious as putting Minsk and Edwin in the same room, but almost.
User: overdrive Title: Posted: November 30, 2009 (12:17 PM)
Yeah, that's what I'm thinking. Those two have had some fun bickering fits. Nothing beats Minsc and Edwin, but they give it a good effort. Odds are that if I use the golem, he'll replace Sten or whatever the Qunari-dude is called. Cynical, sarcastic golem seems more entertaining than stoic, keeps-to-himself dude.
User: jerec Title: Posted: November 30, 2009 (02:45 PM)
Shale is pretty funny, though.
One of the best conversation duos is Leliana and Sten, however.
User: WilltheGreat Title: Posted: December 02, 2009 (06:16 PM)
Hey OD, if you happen to bring Shale with you when you finish the main Orzammar quest, let me know what happens. I'm curious, but not curious enough to slog through the game again.
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