Unlike Dragon Age II, the Origins had an item description for each item. That was generally one or two sentences which described the item's history (usually for unique items or items with magical properties) or it's appearance (for more basic items). However the items which were part of armor sets, also had in their "in-roleplay" description another paragraph which described in an "out-of-roleplay" way what the item set gives.
That was mostly done by the developers for the sake of not finding a better place to write it down. However the wiki has it's own item sets pages so that is not an issue for us. My proposition is to remove these unneeded and "out of roleplay" information regarding the bonuses of the item sets from the armor's description. Let me know your thoughts about this :) 22:01, July 12, 2012 (UTC)
- I think it's better to simply leave it as it is. We include typos and possibly incorrectly information, though we leave it as a note that it is a typo. I think it'd be much simpler to leave description as shown in-game instead of what we assume (i.e., "That was mostly done by the developers for the sake of not finding a better place to write it down"). ··· d·day! 18:12, July 20, 2012 (UTC)