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BioWare knows how to tell a good story, and Dragon Age is no exception. With six different origin stories, a stack of side quests to complete, and a variety of player decisions that effect the kingdom of Ferelden, it's unlikely any two players shared the s
Morrigan, Sten, and Shale seem to be in my party more than anyone. I use Morigan as a healer(even though Wynn is a good one), Shale is the tank, and Sten is the backup. This is depending on which role I'm playing at the time, but these are the mainstays in my party.
i use Morrigan, lalinna, and switch between sten and alister. ive been using alister most this play through because of the shield talents.
I was switching out my 4th character pretty constantly with everyone aside from the war hound (Dugan), Zehvran and Liliana as I was playing a rogue. Go to characters were Morrigan and Alister, as I just loved hearing any of the dialog between the two of them.
Favorite single character, Morrigan; too many reasons.
I think instead of one character, my favorite thing period in DA2 is the Qun, and all of it's followers. The mystery that goes with only on person from Thedas ever entering Par Vollon is just so interesting. In the games, all we get to see of these people are their war like ways. They are always seen as the bad guys, but when you look at their culture, you get this feeling of great history and culture.
With this comes my favorite character, which is of course Sten. I love how he is not only honor bound to you're cause, but you really get to crack his shell through the entire game. When you finally earn his respect, you get this feeling of accomplishment. Can not wait to see what happens in DA3.
Wynne and Allistar were always in, and then i would either have Leliana or Oghren. I liked having Zevran in my party, but then he attacked me in Denerim when one of his friends from the Black Crows convinced him to come back.
Allistair was never NOT in my party. Besides being a huge part of the plot, he's well wounded on the battlefield, and always good for a sarcastic laugh. He'll always be my favorite out of the games; even if he does start out as a whiney ***.
That song is pretty nice. I have a vid clip of it on my iPod.
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Morrigan was most definitely my favorite character for many many reasons.... Of course the most obvious reason is that no matter who else is in the party she will have hilarious dialogue, especially when with Alistair
The mabari warhound is the only character that doesn't criticize every decision you might make, it doesn't cry, or whine or leave. Plus, how awesome would it be to say that your dog killed a dragon.
@Knapptime: I always had a soft spot for the Mabari warhound as well as it outlived the rest of my party on numerous occasions and would allow me to pull through rough encounters without having everyone die and having to redo the whole thing.
Dog. Unconditional love. And usually when you talk to him he pisses on something.
"I'm a dude, playin' a dude, disguised as anotha dude! You a dude that don't know what dude he is!" -Robert Downey Jr. in Tropic Thunder
Morrigan is my favorite, but the dog comes second in my list .
Is it just my computer or was the last post (until now) really on May 23? And dragon age two, my favorite character is probably Merril. Its funny, the way she rambles and her comments with Varric around.
My first playthrough, it was Morrigan, Leliana, and the Warhound. I didn't quite know how to customize Alistair so he kept dying. The Warhound is my favorite to use since he has a ton of stamina and health, and pretty powerful overall. I've won plenty of boss battles using him. I now use Alistair in combination with Morrigan and Leliana - she's my archer. I'm trying out Sten currently, and he's fun to use, although incredibly slow.
My favorite character overall is Morrigan. She's infectiously dynamic.
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