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Dev console: Anyone figured it out yet?
 
JamieK  posted on Nov 25, 2014 2:00:50 AM - Report post

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originally posted by odhellfire

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originally posted by JamieK

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originally posted by Ebless1

Well, to be fair the dragons in past games have been kind of easy. Its nice to see that you have to put some effort into it i mean i am level 14 right now, and i still avoid the dragons. First time i ran into one was on way to RedCliffe, it just surprised me that time. But im in no rush to kill all the dragons, face it if you do they wont come back.. better to do all side missions and story quests then go after the dragons.

Don't get me wrong, i was trying to head to the area to do the quest for this dude that has a ill wife, where their son has the potion that can save her, i picked it up the moment i entered the Hinterlands.......heading in that direction led me right into the path of those level 14 dragons, i didn't go looking for the drakes.

I am thinking, since the levels of the enemies do not scale with the player, bioware should have put every area of the game world into level specific zones, which you see on the world map to help avoid this type of problem.

I always make sure to do all sidequests in the area as much as possible before moving on...i don't rush, i don't go out of my way to kill dragons as soon as possible.

You went the wrong way they are in separate directions however Dusklight is a good place to get obsidian (level 3 metal) and all you have to do is avoid the furry of a level 18 dragon. It flies off into the next area after it circles a few times.

I was following the quest icon on the map.

 
Cryshal  posted on Nov 25, 2014 4:29:14 PM - Report post

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Would this help?

dragonage.wikia.com/wiki/Console_(Dragon_Age_II)

Scroll down for answers.

[Edited by Cryshal, 11/25/2014 4:30:24 PM]

 
SuicideRun  posted on Nov 25, 2014 5:31:20 PM - Report post

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HA, this happened to me as well. Was like, "The hell man, thanks for the heads up." Gotta spanking and I didnt even enjoy it.

That is something bioware needs to sort out, a warning about entering a area for different levels.

not really. it's actually one of the things they did right, along with having some quests that have to be carefully read and cannot be skipped through since they are not mentioned in the journal, and thus have no quest compass. this game, after the inane mess that was da2 rather surprisingly, seems to cater more towards us oldfarts who find all the nextgen handholding pretty annoying to outright inane.

besides, you can just target an enemy from afar to see the level. if you rush in like a fool towards a new enemy type, don't blame the game.

 
bryanskrantz  posted on Nov 25, 2014 6:44:10 PM - Report post

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Would this help?

dragonage.wikia.com/wiki/Console_(Dragon_Age_II)

Scroll down for answers.

[Edited by Cryshal, 11/25/2014 4:30:24 PM]

No different engine

 
Tpek  posted on Nov 26, 2014 4:55:47 PM - Report post

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originally posted by dotkom

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I'm level 18 and haven't even seen a dragon yet. I do lots of side quests. Where is the first dragon?

the first dragon is the Hinterlands Dragon and You can find this Dragon north of the Dusklight Campsite. She is level 14 and is a fire Dragon. so far i have found 5/10 Hinterlands, Storm Coast, Crestwood, Exalted Plains, Emerald Grove. i am level 19. these dragons drop good purple items and recipes

[Edited by dotkom, 11/23/2014 3:33:34 PM]

[Edited by dotkom, 11/23/2014 3:34:21 PM]

When I encountered the Dragon it was level 12 and IMHO, had crappy loot.
Then again, the game scales the level of the monsters to your own.

No it doesn't.

I was level 4 warrior when i encountered those level 14 dragons....the big one was flying the 3-4 dragonlings were on the ground, they pretty much one-shotted my entire party in 3 seconds....if that.

It actually does.
I keep encountering enemies more or less my level.
And from other people I know who play this, when they entered the same zones I did, they also encountered the same enemies at their levels (which were different than mine).

Mission enemies aren't scaled, but it seems randomly-spawning ones seem to.

 
bryanskrantz  posted on Nov 26, 2014 6:32:48 PM - Report post

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originally posted by JamieK

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originally posted by Tpek

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originally posted by dotkom

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originally posted by Cryshal

I'm level 18 and haven't even seen a dragon yet. I do lots of side quests. Where is the first dragon?

the first dragon is the Hinterlands Dragon and You can find this Dragon north of the Dusklight Campsite. She is level 14 and is a fire Dragon. so far i have found 5/10 Hinterlands, Storm Coast, Crestwood, Exalted Plains, Emerald Grove. i am level 19. these dragons drop good purple items and recipes

[Edited by dotkom, 11/23/2014 3:33:34 PM]

[Edited by dotkom, 11/23/2014 3:34:21 PM]

When I encountered the Dragon it was level 12 and IMHO, had crappy loot.
Then again, the game scales the level of the monsters to your own.

No it doesn't.

I was level 4 warrior when i encountered those level 14 dragons....the big one was flying the 3-4 dragonlings were on the ground, they pretty much one-shotted my entire party in 3 seconds....if that.

It actually does.
I keep encountering enemies more or less my level.
And from other people I know who play this, when they entered the same zones I did, they also encountered the same enemies at their levels (which were different than mine).

Mission enemies aren't scaled, but it seems randomly-spawning ones seem to.

Hinterlands doesn't scale... The rest of them like the Western pass don't either. They do have recommended levels there but overall, the enemies don't scale.

 
Irritum  posted on Nov 26, 2014 11:02:14 PM - Report post

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Yeah, really need a noclip command. Cause the silly cave near the Abyssal High Dragon reset. And i didnt even check it right after kill. So since there are 2 mosaic pieces in there i am unable to get them
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