Dragon Age: Origins
I'm not sure which option or combination is causing the problem, but if my character or party member suffers a negative effect (like being set on fire, stunned, or knocked down sometimes) then it's permanent even if the effect's timer says 0 seconds or refuses to count down.
The options I activate are: 1-Health, 2-Mana, 3-Party Health, & 9-Instant Cooldowns.
If it's the instant cooldowns, I can live without it. But hopefully someone knows which option or combination is causing this trainer glitch. It didn't seem to do it earlier in the game but at the signal fire mission in the tower after becoming a Grey Warden it happens...even if I get hit by a fireball while crossing the bridge to the tower.
I forgot to mention that yes, I tried the *-Remove Spells in the trainer and it just highlights the effect icons or makes them flash. Annoying since it's persistent across levels. Oh well. I'l try reloading an earlier save in the meanwhile.
[Edited by MovieBuff333, 11/14/2009 9:02:57 PM]
[Edited by Lunaraia, 11/15/2009 4:25:38 AM]
However, I think I have it fixed.
Just to be on the safe side, I grabbed a noCD even though I bought a retail box. Then I just avoid using 9-Cooldown on the trainer.
It seems to make sense that if cooldowns never time out that negative effects (poison, fire, rooted, etc) wouldn't cooldown either, right?
Oh well, the trainer works great now. Thanks for checking in all the same.
I've always used the instant cooldowns, and never had this issue. However, when I accidentally turned on the rogue option (was typing on a web page) I had the 'burn' debuff on me permanently...had to kill myself to finally get it off. I've since customized the trainer (CH rules!) to put the rogue stealth option on a key I never use, so I won't have this issue again!
Any way I can get around this?