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Dragon Age: Origins Game Guide by gamepressure.com

Dragon Age: Origins Game Guide

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World Atlas - Followers - Introduction Dragon Age: Origins Guide

Last update: Wednesday, May 11, 2016

You can explore the world using a team of up to four characters in Dragon Age: Origins and this means that aside from the main hero you'll have three companions at your side. New followers will be joining your team as the game progresses and naturally later in the game you'll have to start choosing who should stay in the camp and who should be exploring main areas with you.

Here's a list of useful hints concerning having your own team:

- The most important thing when it comes to leading a team is the approval rating of each teammate. You can find out how much each person or entity likes you by opening character screen and looking at the bar found in the lower section of the screen. I would strongly recommend developing your relations with everyone so that by the end of the game each person in your team will show at least 70-80 points of approval.

- You're free to choose who should follow you, however my recommendation is to choose good followers for a good main character and evil followers for an evil main character. Doing this will prevent you from losing approval points as a result of killing someone or ending the quest in a way that a follower will not like. Naturally you won't be able to assemble a "100% good team" or a "100% bad team" in the early stages of the game, but you should be working on that or even using a mabari hound, because the animal is always going to be neutral.

- Don't forget about the possibility of using tactics screen to write scripts on how a certain member should react to different types of situations. Planning their actions will make the game easier if you don't want to be swamped in micromanagement, however I liked having as much control over them as possible, especially since the game can be paused easily to rethink current strategy or to examine the battlefield.

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