Alistair or Leliana Romance :: Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition General Discussions
When I got back to camp after the Landsmeet, I talked to Leliana, too friendly but why did Alistair suddenly forget our whole relationship?. I mainly kept her as a hybrid mage/healer in my party along with Alistair as a tank/ templar, me as a 2H dps and leliana as a buffer/rogue most of. In Dragon Age: Origins, the Wardens of either gender and any race can pursue a romance. Morrigan (a "Witch of the Wilds") and Alistair (a young and humorous Grey Warden) are the heterosexual options; Leliana (a Chantry lay-sister with a mysterious past) and Zevran (an assassin of.
If you've done the mages tower then you will have likely found the Black Tome but if you haven't it's in the First Enchanter's Office on the second floor. Go inside, open the treasure chest in the rear of the room and take the tome.
Go to the party camp and give her the tome as a gift. This prompts a long bit of conversation. That's where this ends for now but it's not done.
Will Alistair care if I romance both Leliana and Zevran?
After some time she will ask you for help when you talk to her in the party camp. She has discovered Flemeth's intentions towards her and isn't happy about it. You're asked to go, without her, to Flemeth to kill her. You can go one of two ways with this.
If you don't want to, or can't, beat Flemeth then you can agree to lie to Morrigan and tell her Flemeth is dead. By giving her Flemeth's Tome you can see to it that Morrigan believes the lie. If you don't want to do this then you can fight Flemeth. This is one of the harder fights in the game thanks to the raw power this beast of a woman wields. Flemeth When she changes into her dragon form Flemeth has four primary means of attack.
The first is basic claws and bites, these aren't anything all that big. They do a good bit of damage but they're not the problem. The only real issue with these are that she can hit you no matter where you are. If you're fully behind her expect to be kicked instead. Her second attack is a weird flailing type attack that knocks down the people standing near her while doing a good bit of damage to them.
The third attack is a roar that will stun almost everyone that you brought along thanks to its tremendous radius. Her last attacks are two different fire breaths.Alistair being jealous about Leliana and his first kiss with Rose - DRAGON AGE
If you're close by then she will use a sweeping wall of fire but if you're far away she spits out a ball of fire that explodes. Both of these can leave you on fire, dealing damage over time to whomever it hits. What ends up making this fight so hard is that of Flemeth's special abilities. She can pick you up in her mouth, gnawing on you for a bit before throwing you up into the air, doing it some more and then slamming you into the ground. This does about points of damage or so, give or take, and can wipe you out in no time even if you have someone heal them while they're dragon bait.
Only allow your strongest characters to stand in front of her face as she can't do this if you're near her rear flank. Keep any melee rogues back here or watch them die in very short order. All of this sounds bad, and it really is, but your ability to defeat Flemeth is based upon how prepared you are. Activated skills, potions and salves aren't going to be enough to defeat her due to their short duration.
You need good equipment, weapons, skills, spells and to be fairly leveled. There are some who have beaten her as early as level 9 while others end up waiting until level 13 or even later. That's not necessary but it may be necessary depending upon what sort of character you've built. Regardless of what you normally travel around with you're going to want to have at least two Warriors and one healing dedicated Mage. Some people find that having a third Warrior works out while others prefer an archer.
Depending on your class you will find different strategies to be more effective: Mage - If you don't have healing magic then it's best to wait until you have gotten Wynne. If you're not going to be able to get her, or have killed her, make sure you have at least some minor healing capabilities since you'll need to heal anyone who gets grabbed in her mouth.
However you do have choices in what to do here: Just make sure you keep your health up as much as possible to get through her attacks alive. Rogue - Let's just hope you're playing an archer type rogue, as a dual-wielder is likely to get killed.
Archers can hang back near the mages, spread out a bit so that they don't both get hit by any stray fireballs, peppering Flemeth with Rapid Fire arrows.
Dual-wielding characters should get behind the dragon and start cutting You will need a healing mage here as well as the two warriors to keep cutting at the dragon. Warrior - This is easy! Either bring two fighters or a fighter and rogue with your healing dedicated mage and just go to town.
You, Alister and Oghren or Sten can do incredibly well just cutting at the thing, especially if someone is using two-handed swords you should have Yusaris which works great here.
If you're finding that she does too much damage with her fire attacks swap out Alister for Shale if you have the DLC and equip him with Flame Crystals to protect him from fire attacks quite a bit. Honestly this fight comes down to tanking her damage while doing as much damage to her as possible. Mages do the most damage but you're probably not going to have that option unless you're a mage PC since you can't bring Morrigan.
Archer types with Rapid Fire going can do a good bit of damage but this isn't a really good idea unless you're using a strong bow Ice Arrows help with this.
Fill her full of arrows to pick her apart little by little. When she goes down search her body for a key; use this to get into the hut and open the chest. Take Flemeth's Tome to Morrigan in the camp to make her your bestest friend evar!
Morrigan leaves your party before the final fight never to be heard from ever again. If you choose to perform the ritual then she will leave once you take out the Arch-Demon. A dog that is hanging around near Sten looks like one of her shapeshifted forms but it may or may not be her. More is stated about where she is in the epilogue. Should your relationship be high enough and you choose to leave then your guy will try to hunt Morrigan down.
Should you choose to leave Flemeth alive then it's implied in the ending that she might find Morrigan with or without child after the threat of the Blight has passed. Getting him into your tent is remarkably simple but getting him to actually fall in love is a bit tricky.
But it is impossible to remain in a romantic relationship with both of them. The love triangle dialogues are set to only trigger once each and it's possible to trigger both Morrigan's and Leliana's adore approval jealousy dialogues before being forced to break up with one of them. This is because telling Morrigan that you choose her does not automatically cut off the romance with Leliana.
Morrigan expects your character to then tell Leliana it's over. Leliana's jealousy dialogue will then trigger when you click on her and you can still change your mind and pick either. Your romance with the one you don't choose will then be cut off. If you later restart your romance with the one you rejected after her quest, you will then be free to pursue both simultaneously since you already triggered both adore jealousy dialogues the first time around. You have two chances to restart a romance with Morrigan, after retrieving Flemeth's Grimoire her personal quest and by giving her the Golden Mirror gift found in Orzammar Commons from the merchant Garin and say something about it being a gift for a beautiful woman Note ps3 1.
She could give you just the chance with the Golden Mirror, no chance available after completing Flemeth's Grimoire. On the contrary, if you have not completed Leliana's companion quest, you could tell Morrigan you intend to end things with Leliana and tell Leliana that you have chosen Morrigan, then confront Marjolaine. Afterward, you must ask Leliana about Marjolaine and choose the dialogue line "She was special to you, wasn't she?
If the correct dialogue is chosen she should offer to share her tent and both Morrigan and Leliana will be engaged in an active romance with the Warden, as both of their jealousy conversations have been already triggered.
Either of these will only work if their approval ratings remain above 70, which is easily accomplished with gifts, especially those from the Feast Day DLCavailable at Bodahn 's shop. Note that the pursuit of a simultaneous relationship with Leliana will in no way affect Morrigan's actions at the end of the game.
Morrigan will make the same decision regardless. It is also possible to get the elusive Morrigan's ring epilogue and have Leliana stay with you in Denerimif you choose these options carefully.
Method 1 Tested on PS3: Start relationship with Morrigan and Leliana before Leliana's personal quest and before giving the golden mirror to Morrigan. Speak with Morrigan and choose her over Leliana then speak with Leliana and choose her over Morrigan.
End the relationship with Leliana through "We need to talk. Complete Leliana's personal questspeak with her in camp to restart the relationship. Give Morrigan the Golden Mirror and tell her it's a gift "for a beautiful woman". Both are now flagged as in a romance with the Warden, leaving the Warden available to run between them sharing tents with them seemingly oblivious of each other.
Zevran will mention that Morrigan doesn't seem like the type who wants to share, and therefore forces the warden to make a choice. Morrigan, however, claims she is a person who doesn't want to be dallied with and wants to know her value, which is the reason the warden has to choose. Unlike the love triangle with Morrigan and Leliana, when Morrigan expects the warden to deliver the news to the other party, the warden automatically breaks up with Zevran when choosing Morrigan.
This will result in decreased approval for the character who was not chosen. Talking to Leliana in the Camp will trigger a conversation through which she asks the Warden to choose. Picking her will result in Zevran disapproves Edit It is in fact possible to maintain a romance with two or even three companions on the same playthrough without any jealousy conflicts. Which seems crazy, because there's nothing going on with Leliana.
But to placate him I say I choose him. I go back to Leliana, and she says, "you've chosen, haven't you? Unfair, I think, as there wasn't actually any choice to be made! I go to talk to Zevran, who again, I have had NO relationship with at all, except that previously I'd said he could stare at me lewdly if he liked, because I thought that was funny.
First thing he says is something about how he's heard I'm marrying Alistair, and that he assumes that means we have to stop seeing each other! I have to apologise to Zevran for what?!
Fextralife View topic - Leliana/Alistair/Zevran relationship confusion!
Alistair's bar is still at Love, the others are a little below because they're mad at meand Alistair is still behaving as normal. I still have the options to kiss him or "go to sleep" in the personal conversations menu. And will it cause problems with getting him to actually do the deed and make me Queen?