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Blightblood (Origins)

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Blightblood is a longsword in Dragon Age: Origins. It requires The Darkspawn Chronicles DLC.

Acquisition Edit

Automatically added in the inventory at the start of Dragon Age: Origins by completing The Darkspawn Chronicles DLC.

Notes Edit

  • The visual effect changes when an elemental rune is applied but returns to its natural effect when loading a save, going to a new area, or stealthing. The elemental effect can be shown by re-equipping or swapping weapon sets.
  • This weapon is not imported from Origins, it is replaced with the Awakening version. If you wish to retain its runes when importing a character into Awakening, remove them first.
  • While the description states that venom has been applied, the poison deals 5 nature damage rather than 1, and has no chance to slow.

Bugs Edit

  • pcIcon pcps3Icon ps3xbox360Icon xbox360 Blightblood will permanently lose its venom effect if any poison is applied to it. The only fix is to revert to a previous save.
  • xbox360Icon xbox360Players can sometimes lose Blightblood if they delete the DLC and reinstall it.

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