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Dragon Age Origins ITEMS MOD LIST

Discussion in 'Dragon Age: Origins' started by Caradhras, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. Caradhras

    Caradhras I may be bad... but I feel gooood! Veteran

    Aug 13, 2004
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    -Downloadable Content (Promotional and Exclusive items)
    Some items are listed as not requiring Authorization: The Edge, Embri's Many Pockets, Helm of the Deep, The Lucky Stone, The Lion's Paw, Mark of Vigilance, Amulet of the War Mage, The Wicked Oath, Bulwark of the True King (for Origins), Bulwark of the True King (for Awakening), Pearl of the Anointed (for Origins), Pearl of the Anointed (for Awakening), Bregan's Bow (for Origins), Bregan's Bow (for Awakening), Blightblood (for Origins) and Blightblood (for Awakening). These items are added to your character's inventory. To download and install just follow the instructions on the wiki page.

    -Leliana Item Set
    Adds a set of items devised for Leliana to Bodhan's inventory so you can buy them. The items are not overpowered and suit Leliana's looks and background quite well.

    -Armor of the Devout
    Loreseeker: "Rather nicely implemented in the Urn Quest, imo. It has a hefty Dex bonus, so might be somewhat overpowered. I like the way it looks though - especially if Leliana fills the agile fighter combat role in the party."

    -Armor of the Sten
    Loreseeker: "Obtainable in Lothering Chantry (or via console later, apparently, but that doesn't appeal to me so I haven't tried it.) Takes only the chest slot in the inventory, so other items (boots, gloves, etc.) can be equipped at the same time, providing bonuses, but won't show in game (armour displays as a set, graphically) Decent bonus, but not too overpowered."

    -Bow and Light Armor set for Elven Archers
    Adds a set for Elf Male (an Arcane Warrior version is provided). It looks really cool and original if a bit flashy. You get it for free. Male characters only. For female characters use the Daughters Of Mythal armor set (thanks to Celtic Dream for the link).

    -Grey Warden Set
    Celtic Dream: "Black Templar's Armor set is also great - looks awesome and has some nice stats, [...] The Black Templar armor does work in Awakening"

    -Black Templars Armor
    Celtic Dream: "the Grey Warden Set which also adds swords, greatswords, and shields to coordinate with the armor. [...] the Grey Warden set does not [work in Awakening]."

    -Green Legion Armor Fixed
    Adds a suit of armour that can be used by everyone. It's a green retexture of the Legion armour with nice stats. It actually reminds me of the Ankheg plate in Baldur's Gate. You get it for free.

    -Custom Waraxes And Retextured Massive Armor Set
    Perfect if you're looking for a Death Dealer look for your character. One version works for all races but it will look better on your main character.

    -Manolaxs Staff Collection For Mages
    Adds four custom staves to your inventory, a cobra, a stag, a globe (representing Thedas) and a skull. They look really good in game. Slightly overpowered but incredibly stylish.

    -Orator Vestments
    Adds a very nice looking suit of armour perfect for a Templar. It looks really good. It can be added to Bodahn's shop.

    -Legacy of Sundown
    A really cool armour set designed for Elven Rogues (but wearable by other characters). Custom weapons are also added. It was made for Zevran.

    -Wings Of Velvet
    Adds an item set for mages. It looks great compared to vanilla robes. Both male and female versions.

    -Warden Shields
    Adds different types of Warden shields in Bodahn's inventory (three shapes, lighter and darker tints). Nice for a change.

    -Bow - Seven Hymns Of The Dragons
    Adds a custom bow that looks quite weird but is really impressive and cool (depending on your taste). If you're into dragon themed weapons that is just perfect.

    -The Ivory Tower and Nightfall Bloom
    Adds a collection of items made especially made for Arcane Warriors. The items can be added to Bodahn's shop.

    -Warden Effort Armor
    Yet another armour, this one is a retexture of the Effort plate with a Grey Warden look. It's not a replacer and you get it directly in your inventory for free.

    -WIP - Rashantas Armory
    An armour for human females, you get it directly in your inventory. It's different from most armour sets and is quite revealing without being vulgar. There is a version with a skirt and another with a cape. It's still a WIP and the mod author is working on a medium set.

    -Mord Sith Armour
    Another armour for human females, it has a nice leathery look and it's really different from vanilla armours and other modded armours. It would be a nice armour for a Rogue but it gives points to magic so you may want to give it a try with a Mage instead.

    -Sexy mage robes
    Adds sexier mage robes for female characters. They don't look like your character is running around in a bikini and they're not indecent. You can choose between a replacer and a standalone version (I recommend the non replacer).

    -Artemis Entreri Package
    Adds a sword, a gauntlet, a dagger and an armour based on Artemis Entreri's equipment in The Icewind Dale Trilogy. You get them directly in your character's inventory.

    -The sword of darksouls
    Adds some very beautiful swords to the game and it's now a standalone mod (it used to be a replacer).

    -Honey I shrunk the vigilance
    Longsword and dagger based on the Vigilance model. Both for DAO and Awakening.

    -The velvet blade
    Adds a really cool looking longsword (and great sword) based on the Voice of Velvet model, very stylish.

    -Soul Reaper
    Adds a scythe to your inventory. It's big, it's overpowered but it looks really good (especially if wielded by a big fellow). A new version (smaller and more balanced) is available.

    -Fenod Weapon Pack
    Adds a variety of original weapons to the game that can be bought from Bodahn. It includes Whitebark (a big maul, perfect if you want to toss the caber or play baseball with Darkspawn), Deadweight (an even bigger maul which looks as if it is made out of solid rock. Really cool if you're into really big weapons) and many other great weapons.

    Adds a longsword and a greatsword to your inventory. It looks incredibly good.

    -The Bow Called Doomshard
    Adds a very nice looking bow to your inventory (it has a "scaly" look that you may appreciate).

    -Armor of the Chaotic-Blue
    For male humans only. It adds an armour complete with necklace and staff for Arcane Warriors (but it can be used for other classes if you meet the Str requirements). The armour is definitely overpowered but it looks really good although some players may think it's not too lore friendly (it's based on the Slayers series). A red version is available.

    -The Phoenix Armory for Females
    Olimikrig: "As the name of the mod indicates, the armour is for females only, the weapons, however, can be used by either gender. It looks absolutely amazing, best looking armour/weapon pack I've stumbled upon so far. If coupled with Universal Dye Kit it offers a lot of room for customizing the looks."


    Last but not least, when starting a new game, you should disable mods that add items or new skills before starting the game. If you don't then they may not show up in game (while they're still enabled). Official DLC work fine in that respect and are not affected so you don't have to disable things like the Lucky Stone for instance. If you run into this issue, you should make a save, exit to the main menu, disable the content that is not showing in game, force load your save, make a new save, exit to the main menu, enable the content and load your last save. It's easier to just disable modded items before starting a new game. Of course, you don't have to disable items that are added to a shop or a chest later in game, this is only relevant to items that spawn in your character's inventory.


    Feel free to post recommendations for item mods in this thread in order to update the list.
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2010
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  2. olimikrig

    olimikrig Cavalier of War Distinguished Member ★ SPS Account Holder Resourceful Veteran Pillars of Eternity SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!) Torment: Tides of Numenera SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!) BoM XenForo Migration Contributor [2015] (for helping support the migration to new forum software!)

    Aug 20, 2004
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    I would like to recommend The Phoenix Armory for Females. As the name of the mod indicates, the armour is for females only, the weapons, however, can be used by either gender. It looks absolutely amazing, best looking armour/weapon pack I've stumbled upon so far.

    If coupled with Universal Dye Kit it offers a lot of room for customizing the looks.
  3. Caradhras

    Caradhras I may be bad... but I feel gooood! Veteran

    Aug 13, 2004
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    Very good pick Olimikrig. I haven't tested it yet but it should work very well with Elvhenan Weapons.
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