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Dragon Age Origins to Dragon Age 2 Save File import effects

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What kind of impact do your choices from Origins have on Dragon Age 2? Like, say, completing the DLC Witchhunt or sacrificing a party member for X cause?
asked 9 years ago in GeneralGeneral by anonymous  

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Save for a few dialogue choices/cameos, I have yet to see any REAL effect. I played two characters in Origins, one a Mage "Hero." This character was a wholesome, save everyone, do whats right mage. In Dragon age 2 they refer to the warden, and refer to the fact that he was a mage, and you may hear of something or other I did, but save for one quest toward the end of DA2, nothing really had much difference.

I am currently playing a second playthrough of DA2 using the save file of my A-Hole warrior from Origins. Im most of the way through Act 2 of DA2 and have yet to see much difference.
answered 9 years ago by anonymous  
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It's pointless, really. Only your decision in DA1 gets carried over.
answered 9 years ago by xboxer King (32,462 points)   6 11 48
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Your decisions carry over and you'll be offered quests relating to those decision. You'll also run into a few old party members depending on the choices you made. Keep in mind that the Dragon Age 2 save that houses all your decisions will also be used to import into Dragon Age 3 when it's released. I have a feeling that this is going to be where you see the real effects of your choices.
answered 9 years ago by mrtowel Prince (27,434 points)   8 18 41

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