Dragon Age Origins Leveling up
I'm uncertain just how to reply to your "what is the levelling like" question. In the beginning, we be seemingly levelling quite regularly, but since it takes progressively XP to get at another degree i suppose that will slow down significantly. If you are asking in regards to the mechanics of levelling, any time you reach an innovative new amount you are getting 3 new characteristic things and 1 talent suggest put in your character. If you're a rogue you get 1 brand-new ability point every OTHER level; warriors and mages have 1 new skill point every THIRD degree. So talent points are definitely the hardest in the future by. There are 8 or so various ability trees (that are similar for several personality classes), and a bunch of various skill woods (that are unique to each class). Each skill/talent has actually 4 ranks, so putting 4 points into anybody skill/talent tree will max it out. You can easily only completely max away 2 skills per personality with all the existing amount limit (though you will more than likely have a couple of things remaining, particularly as a rogue), therefore select abilities carefully!
All method available to you thus far appears to show that it's easier to focus on a few ability trees (and 4-5 talent trees) and max all of them without placing 1-2 ranks in a lot of different abilities or skills. I am sure a few of that hinges on player choice, but undeniably, the 4th amount of a skill or skill is obviously alot more effective versus first or 2nd. Remember that your other party people (once you obtain them) gain access to equivalent skill/talent trees as you do (based course), anytime your main personality isn't great at the herbalism ability, for instance, you can easily cover that ability by including Morrigan in your party, which starts out with 2 off 4 ranks in herbalism. Once you intend to make potions, it is possible to simply switch to Morrigan and employ the skill through this lady.
At specific things into the game (I won't ruin excessively), there is the option to learn class specializations that include additional talent trees towards character. So never plan your entire skill points out until you've at the very least SEEN your specialization(s), since they use up talent things, also! The overall game system seems to allow it to be extremely hard for one character (of every class) becoming a great jack-of-all-trades. Like, a rogue can't max out BOTH archery and dual-weapon fighting; there simply are not adequate skill things. You actually need to pick exactly what your personality's focus will likely be EARLY on, to make sure you are not wasting skill/talent things.
This answer is probably way more than it must be, but i really hope it responded the original question along the way! :)- 7 years back