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Dragon Age 2 Black Emporium

Updated on April 9, 2011

Dragon Age 2 the Black Emporium

Dragon Age 2 the Black Emporium
Dragon Age 2 the Black Emporium

Dragon Age 2 the Black Emporium

In dragon age 2, the black emporium is a dlc content in dragon age 2 which can be downloaded from one's bioware account, once the online pass code has been put in. Then log into one's bioware account, and look for the black emporium dlc line, and then click the download button to download the dragon age 2 black emporium.

Values of the Dragon Age 2 Black Emporium

The values of the dragon age 2 black emporium lie in the vast amount of goods that the black emporium has. Once the black emporium dlc is downloaded, a map showing the black emporium will appear in the lower part of the Kirkwall map. Head to the black emporium and check out the goodies.

First up head to the middle of the room and past it to the treasures of the Black Emporium. The black emporium contains the Sigh potion, which is a wishing like potion that allows one to redistribute the stats of any character within Hawke's party. Imagine one being able to unlock all the complex and master chests in the game, by redistributing the stats and Cunning to 40, then getting tired of the old stats, and purchasing another potion and reorganizing the stats to whatever the player character wants again. Of course there are lots of other powerful weapons and accessories to purchase, if you have the money.

If the player character is after some cheap weapons, then to the right of the treasures of the Black Emporium is a pile of discarded weapons and accessories. Also to the right of the treasures of the Black Emporium is a crafting resources purchase station, where Hawke can purchase some of the crafting resources that is needed for the powerful runes for Dragon Age 2 Act 3. This is especially important if Hawke has missed out on the silverite or lyrium from Act 1 or 2.

To the left of the treasures of the Black Emporium is the mirror of transformation, which allows Hawke to choose his looks again,

And of course, the Black Emporium dlc comes with Hawke's own war hound or mabari, which will be present at the Hawke estate in Act 2, once Hawke returns there.

The Black Emporium - an essential shopping mall for Dragon Age 2.


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