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I've been looking at this for a while, and while I haven't played through the games to confirm this 100%, should some mention be made of how the characters (at least from Dragon Age: Origins) are expies of main party of Star Wars: KOTOR?
Let's have a slightly closer look:
Given the fact I've yet to encounter Oghren, Zevran Araini or the "secret companion", I can't really offer my opinions on those.
My main point of all this is, if it were seen a legitimate point to note, where would it even go? On the characters page? on the main game page?
There isn't a real point in labeling each character as an expy of an existing character from a past game. Characters.Bio Ware did all that already anyway.
It bugs me that this pages is currently used as a sinkhole for everything Dragon Age-related, rather than concentrating on Origins, which it is supposed to be about. The title is also wrong: there is no video game called "Dragon Age". There is Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age III Inquisition, but no standalone "Dragon Age". In fact, Dragon Age is the title of the franchise, which has its own page.
So here is what I propose to do:
This should probably go to the TRS but I hope I can find help here without packing out the big stick...
So, about subpages. Following actions should be taken:
Splitting off Awakening may be weird, because we don't usually have separate pages for add-ons (at least, I don't know of any), but I think it is justified in this case, because Awakening is almost a full-length standalone story that potentially has an original protagonist (Orlesian Grey Warden) and an almost-original main cast (except Oghren).
Well, since there haven't been any objections in the last month, I will go ahead and start working on this rename and split.
OK, the technical part is done. I will now request the mods to move this talk page to the new address, and start sorting through the Origins examples to move to Awakening, as well as generally fixing errors I made while getting here.
Update: I've done what I could with the examples and the errors. Too tired to do anything now, maybe gonna check it again tomorrow.
ok Dwarfs have a magic resistence so they cannot be mages but genlocks who are just dwarfs who have been tantied can be emmisarys who are basicly are dwarfs with magic how is it posible?
A Dwarf who has been tainted just becomes a ghoul if they do not die from the taint first. True Darkspawn are only produced by Broodmothers, which are a special kind of ghoul. The answer to your question is that even though Genlocks originated from dwarfs they are still an entirely different species.
I don't think darkspawn magic comes from the Fade. That could allow genlocks to magic the fuck out.
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