i still haven't finished origins. i played them backwards: inquisition, then da2, then origins. i breezed through the first two, but i'm at later plot point in origins and just. stopped playing several weeks ago. i dunno. i sort of lost interest.Crafty Cichlid said:I'm getting into the Dragon Age games, started with Inquisition, trying to get into Origins. Advice?
What class do you normally choose? Also, your party will have one of each class, so if you hate your main, just use one of your party members for combat.wodesorel said:I keep staring at my copy of Inquisition, but I don't know enough about the lore to pick a class. Stupid, but I don't want to have to restart 20 hours in because I came to hate it, ya know?
I'm glad my TBIs haven't fogged me (yet) The good thing about rouge, is that even if you go double daggers, the dagger skill set lends itself to stealth attacks. Combining it with the stealth skill set will set you up for massive damage with just two or three main attacks. By the end of the game, I could take out most enemies with just two moves - Twin Fangs, which was more about getting into stealth without spending the stamina to go into stealth mode, then Deathblow, which was almost a 1-hit kill by itself.wodesorel said:I was actually thinking rogue archer! I suck at close combat and my brain moves slow thanks to a few concussions. I prefer to either hang back and support AI companions, or avoid combat entirely and go with stealth. I also always end up being a total klepto in games, for some reason.
Good to know there are options. It just sort of tosses you in at the start and says 'pick one' and it's like 'ummmmm?'.