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Dragon Age II: Mark Of The Assassin DLC Now Available
Get your Felicia Day fix here!
10.11.11 - 5:40 PM

BioWare and Felicia Day fans alike should be looking forward to this one. Dragon Age II's second piece of major downloadable content, Mark of the Assassin, is now available. The elf assassin character Tallis, voiced by Felicia of course, helps Hawke who's been ambushed by a group of mercenaries. In return, Hawke aids her as she infiltrates an Orlesian estate in the hopes of stealing a rare item. Tallis' resemblance to Felicia isn't a coincidence either - she also comes from the Dragon Age: Redemption web series.

The game's website also notes that you'll get a ring - it doesn't seem to have a name, but it does have a creepy green aura - from the DLC. It increases your nature resistance, nature damage, healing for the wearer, and chance at landing deathblows. Enemies will also drop better loot while you wear the ring. All you need to do is earn any achievement or trophy from Mark of the Assassin.

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Mark of the Assassin, which can be accessed from any safe house at any point in Dragon Age II, is out not for $9.99 US or 800 Microsoft/BioWare points.


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