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Dragon Age Origins: Awakening Cheats for the PC


Cheat codes

Console Command Codes
When You make a shortcut to your desktop of "daorigins.exe" (Dragon Age/bin_ship/daorigins.exe) go to shortcut properties (right click on it), and under Target add -enabledeveloperconsole (after ..daorigins.exe" )
On the Steam version this can be done by right clicking on the game in your Games List, choosing Properties, and clicking Set Launch Options. This allows you to enter command line option.
Then go into the keybindings.ini file located in directory "My Documents\BioWare\Dragon Age\Settings\" Find the line in it "OpenConsole_0=Keyboard::Button_X" (GRAVE is default, change X to any button that is not already used in the game.)
Now, save the file and start the game with the shortcut you created on your desktop (daorigins.exe - shortcut)
While inn-game press the key that you have chosen (Keyboard::Button_X) and then type one of the following codes:
runscript zz_upgrade - Brings up the Enchantment Menu
runscript pc_immortal -  God Mode. (You will still take damage, but will not die.)
Note: these have only been tested on the retail version, and not the Steam version. You may not see the console, or what you are typing, so don't worry this is normal.

Hints

Achievements
You'll have to complete desired achievement to get the allotted gamerscore.
Awakening (50) - Completed Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening.
Blind Vengeance (30) - Escaped the silverite mines.
Commander of the Grey (30) - Reached level 30.
Pride Before The Fall (30) - Defeated the baroness.
Savior of Kal'Hirol (30) - Destroyed the broodmothers in Kal'Hirol.
The Enduring Vigil (30) - Acquired all upgrades for Vigil's Keep.
Amaranthine's Last Hope (25) - Saved the city of Amaranthine.
Keeper of the Vigil (25) - Saved Vigil's Keep.





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