You buy a potion called “Maker’s Sigh” in the Mage Emporium. It allows you to respect. it’s the DLC that comes free with every new copy of DA 2.
You must install the character respec mod [dragonage.nexusmods.com]. This will add a raven to various cities and areas of the game and if you talk to him and choose the option to take the vial off his leg, drinking him will reset all your attributes/abilities/talents.
Once you’ve decided you want to respect, go to the accessory screen. Equip the amulet to yourself or the companion you want to respect .
The Mirror of Transformation is part of The Black Emporium DLC for Dragon Age II and The Black Emporium (Inquisition DLC) for Dragon Age: Inquisition. This allows you to return to the character creation menu and change your character’s appearance.
In Dragon Age Inquisition you can respec your abilities so you don’t get stuck with a bad move all game.
The Black Emporium is a secret shop in Kirkwall that specializes in unique items. It only appears if you have The Black Emporium DLC for Dragon Age II or the DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. It can only be accessed after completing The Black Emporium War Table Operation.
Dragon Age II. In Dragon Age II, the maximum level for player-controlled characters is 50, although it is impossible to go beyond level 27-28 through normal gameplay. Infinite experience exploits are required to reach level 50.
A total of 34 benefits are available. However, a maximum of 19 perks (excluding agents) can be obtained during the game.
As with Mass Effect’s default, Hawke’s default option is not customizable at all. If you want a custom Hawke, there is no other option but to select and customize one of the presets there. Also, the default hairstyle for the hawk lady is not obtainable in a custom build.
Dragon Age 4 looks set to take place in Tevinter
One entry reads in part: “The long-awaited sequel to Dragon Age: Inquisition… will take players to Tevinter for the events of the Inquisition and Trespasser threaten to change Thedas forever.”
In 9:37 renegade mage Anders destroys the Church of Kirkwall and kills Great Cleric Elthina, leading Knight-Commander Meredith to assert the right to annul Kirkwall’s circle of mages and the to ignite the Kirkwall Rebellion. The magical explosion that destroys the church rains deadly debris across half the city.
Yes, there is a respec option.
All blacksmith NPCs sell an amulet that resets all skill points when equipped (to you or your companions). The first costs 1 coin, further ones cost 439 coins. After equipping it, it will disappear (it’s a disposable item). Don’t forget to re-equip your old amulet!
Skill points require one mind reset per tree you wish to reset. Originally posted by jeoc42: Attributes can be freely respected. Skill points must be reset for each tree you wish to reset.