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Is more than one specialization allowed in Dragon Age II, as it was in Dragon Age: Origins?

Answer Edit

Yess, you can have 2 specializations points, one at level 7 and one at level 14

Why is it you can only have 2 points when they give you 3 specializations to choose from?Volcannon (talk) 06:18, May 8, 2014 (UTC)

Companion SpecialisiationsEdit

I think the answers to my questions would be interesting for everyone.

Can companions choose one (or more) specializations, too?

Or are they limited to their own specialitions?

So for example, could Merril or Anders also become a force mage, if Hawke is not a mage? Zarathustra01 (talk) 15:17, March 15, 2011 (UTC)

As someone who spent considerable time trying to find the answer to this, I thought I'd take the time and answer it - No. Companions get no additional specialization points. They're stuck with their one specialization and their one less skill/spell "school". http://imageshack.us/m/15/6929/luckmanngrenadesignatur.png Luckmann 23:05, October 7, 2011 (UTC)

tallis for the mark of the assassin dlc has her own specialization called infiltrator you should list it

AnswerEdit

The specialization available from the start of the game is the only one companion's can have. The only "choice" in it is the bonus for Friendship or Rivalry.

Missing Spell? Edit

Remember the Destiny trailer? Yeah, about that... Son Goharotto (talk) 19:02, April 17, 2012 (UTC)

It is in the game. The spell is called Crushing Prison. That specific animation triggers only for larger enemies such as ogres though. A simpler one is used otherwise. Asherinka (talk) 19:27, April 17, 2012 (UTC)

Updated Info on Unimplemented Specializations Edit

I amended the trivia item on the unobtainable specializations and cleared it up a bit. As a side note, all player specializations have a corresponding "manual" item ID code, but it's likely that these are either given automatically or left over from an earlier development concept, if anyone finds that interesting.