Dragon Age-Origins-Awakening(direct play)all 39 dlc,s installed

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Dragon Age-Origins-Awakening-All dlc's-Direct Play v-1.04

Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows XP (SP3) or Windows Vista (SP1) or Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core 2 Single 1.6 Ghz Processor (or equivalent) or AMD 64 2.0 GHz Processor (or equivalent)
Memory: 1GB (1.5 GB Vista and Windows 7)
Graphics: ATI Radeon X850 256MB or NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT 128MB or greater (Windows Vista: Radeon X1550 256 MB or NVidia GeForce 7600GT 256MB)
DirectX: DirectX (November 2007)
Hard Drive: 30 GB HD space
Sound: Direct X Compatible Sound Card

Recommended System Requirements:
OS: Windows XP (SP3) or Windows Vista (SP1) or Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz or AMD Phenom II X2 Dual-Core 2.7 Ghz Processor or equivalent
Memory: 2 GB (3GB Vista and Windows 7)
Graphics: ATI 3850 512 MB or NVidia 8800GTS 512MB or greater
DirectX: DirectX (November 2007)
Hard Drive: 30 GB HD space
Sound: Direct X Compatible Sound Card

Drago Age Origins
You are a Grey Warden, one of the last of a legendary order of guardians. With the return of an ancient foe and the kingdom engulfed in civil war, you have been chosen by fate to unite the shattered lands and slay the archdemon once and for all. Start your adventure by picking your class as a Human, Elf, or Dwarf. Then after that, it is all up to you. The choices you make guide the path you take through the Ninth Age: The Dragon Age
Dragon Age Awakening
The events of Awakening begin six months after the conclusion of Dragon Age: Origins. The player takes on the role of a Grey Warden commander, who is either an imported character from Origins or a new Warden from Orlais. The Orlesian Warden is treated differently because of the history between Orlais and Ferelden—and because an imported Warden will be renowned to begin with, having killed an archdemon almost single-handedly in Origins.
While rebuilding the Grey Wardens and establishing Vigil's Keep, a fortress given to the Grey Wardens at the end of Origins, as a new base of operations, the Warden is faced with a new challenge. It is revealed that despite the defeat of the archdemon, the darkspawn have not returned underground and a new variety of sapient, speaking darkspawn have been discovered. Two entities, named The Architect and The Mother, appear to be involved and the Warden may have to deal with them. Once this mission is complete, the world will have changed dramatically.

DLC LIST

Warden's Keep
Released: 3rd November 2009
Warden's Keep is a downloadable content that is available for 560 Microsoft Points (US$7) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$7 on the PC and the Playstation Store. It is available without extra cost for players who purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition.
Warden's Keep will grant players access to Soldier's Peak, two new talents and spells per class from the Power of Blood school, two new achievements, and items. In addition, Warden's Keep will include two new merchants and a Party Storage Chest that allows the player to store additional inventory.
Playtime added: About 1 to 2 hours.

The Stone Prisoner
Released: 3rd November 2009
The Stone Prisoner is available without extra cost for players who purchased a new copy of Dragon Age: Origins. For players who bought a second-hand copy of the game, this downloadable content is available for 1200 Microsoft Points (US$15) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$15 on the PC and the Playstation Store.
The Stone Prisoner refers to the titular character of this downloadable content, Shale. In addition, the DLC also grants player access to the village of Honnleath, the abandoned dwarven Cadash Thaig, two new achievements, and crystals which act as armor and weapons for Shale.
The code on the card located inside the new copy states that the download expired on April 30, 2010, but it has been used well beyond that date, as of December 16, 2010.
Playtime added: About 2 to 3 hours

Return to Ostagar
Released: 13th January 2010 (1st release)
Re-released (360 & PC): 29th January 2010
Return to Ostagar is available for 400 Microsoft Points (US$5) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$5 on the PC and the Playstation Store.
This downloadable content features the return of the Warden to Ostagar. There, the Warden will discover King Cailan's armor, Duncan's weapons and the motivation behind Loghain's betrayal. In addition, Return to Ostagar will also grant the player a second chance at recruiting Dog, and one new achievement.
Playtime added: About 1 to 2 hours.


Feastday Gifts
Released: 1st April 2010
Feastday Gifts is available for 160 Bioware points on the PC (US$2).
Ten unique Feastday gifts, one for each companion (only available in Origins).


Feastday Pranks
Released: 1st April 2010
Feastday Pranks is available for 160 Bioware points on the PC (US$2).
Ten unique feastday pranks, one for each companion (only available in Origins).


Campaigns Edit
These downloadable contents provide separate adventures with new characters. However, some have an option of importing the Warden.

Darkspawn Chronicles
Released: 18th May 2010
Darkspawn Chronicles is available for 400 Microsoft Points (US$5) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$5 on the PC and Playstation Store.
This downloadable content features a look at an alternate history: what if your character had died in the Joining ceremony, and the Grey Wardens marched under Alistair's command instead? The content is a standalone adventure in which you command genlocks, hurlocks, shrieks, and even the mighty ogres. Includes a unique reward called Blightblood that transfers into your Awakening and Origins campaigns upon completing the DLC. There are three new achievements.
Playtime added: About 1 to 2 hours.


Leliana's Song
Released: 6th July 2010
Leliana's Song is available for 560 Microsoft Points (US$7) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$7 on the PC and Playstation Store.
A standalone adventure in which you play as Leliana during the mission—and betrayal—that changed her forever. It is years before the Blight, and Leliana is a young bard whose curiosities run more to passion than to the Chant of Light. Her mentor, Marjolaine, is determined to inflict the Orlesian game of intrigue on Ferelden, and Leliana is eager to please. It is a time of adventure and excitement. And it cannot last. Includes a unique reward called Battledress of the Provocateur that transfers into your Awakening and Origins campaigns upon completing the DLC. There are three new achievements.
Playtime added: About 2 to 3 hours.


Golems of Amgarrak
Released: 10th August 2010
Golems of Amgarrak is available for 400 Microsoft Points (US$5) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$5 on the PC and Playstation Store.
The Warden has come to Orzammar at the request of Jerrik Dace. Jerrik’s brother, Brogan led an expedition into the Deep Roads to find Amgarrak and the long-lost secrets of golem construction. The rediscovery of such a method would bring great wealth, power and prestige to House Dace, but the expedition has not returned and is now feared lost. Jerrik, along with his trusty bronto, Snug, will be joining the Warden in the search for his missing brother. Players will find other unexpected companions as they continue on the journey and will need all the help that they can get. There are three new achievements, which will each unlock a unique reward (a necklace, The High Regard of House Dace, a mace, The Reaper's Cudgel, and a belt, Sash of Forbidden Secrets) that transfers into your Origins and Awakening campaigns.
Playtime added: About 1 to 2 hours.



Witch Hunt
Released: 7th September 2010 (1st Release)
Re-released (PC): 20th September 2010 (v1.1 Release)
Witch Hunt is available for 560 Microsoft Points (US$7) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$7 on the PC and Playstation Store.
Witch Hunt is a downloadable content that explores the whereabouts of Morrigan, the Witch of the Wilds, who aided the Warden during the Blight. It is also the final downloadable content for Dragon Age: Origins. There are four new achievements, which each unlock a unique reward (a two-handed axe, Dragonbone Cleaver, a longbow, The Sorrows of Arlathan, a mage robe, Vestments of the Seer, and a belt, Cinch of Skillful Maneuvering) that transfers into your Origins and Awakening campaigns.
Playtime added: About 1 to 2.5 hours.

Promotional Edit
These promotional downloadable contents can still be obtained—either by uploading your character with Dragon Age: Origins Character Creator, playing Dragon Age: Journeys, or simply buying a new copy of Dragon Age: Origins. Each of these DLCs unlock a powerful in-game item that are useful throughout the game. Others like the Collector's Edition unlock multiple items.

Blood Dragon Armor
Released: 3rd November 2009
Commissioned by an infamous Nevarran dragon hunter, this armor was crafted in a time when dragons had almost been hunted to extinction. Infused with their blood, the armor gained notoriety after the hunter died at the hands of men rather than the dragons it was designed to protect him from.
The Blood Dragon armor set is available in this eponymous downloadable content. It is available without extra cost to players who purchased a new copy of Dragon Age: Origins. For players who bought a second-hand copy of the game, this downloadable content is available for 800 Microsoft Points (US$10) on Xbox Live Marketplace, US$10 on the PC and the Playstation Marketplace. In addition, unlocking the Blood Dragon armor set in Dragon Age: Origins will also unlock it for use in Mass Effect 2. The code on the card located inside the new copy states that the download will expire April 30, 2010, but it has been used well beyond that date as of December 21, 2010.
The Blood Dragon armor set is a powerful set of silverite massive plate adorned with a crimson dragon across the left shoulder. The armor is available immediately, while the gloves, boots and helm can be purchased cheaply from Bodahn Feddic, a dwarven merchant in your party camp.

Collector's Edition

Released: 3rd November 2009
A collection of three special items exclusive to the Dragon Age: Origins Collector's Edition. You'll receive one item immediately. The others are available from Bodahn in the party camp.
The Collector's Edition promotion consists of three items exclusive to Dragon Age: Origins Collector's Edition and Dragon Age: Origins Digital Deluxe Edition. The Grimoire of the Frozen Wastes is available immediately, while the helmet, Bergen's Honor and the staff, Final Reason are available for sale from Bodahn at the party camp.



The Lucky Stone

Released: 3rd November 2009
This old stone, set in a golden ring, has been an aid and companion to dozens of adventurers across innumerable years. Its trip to Ferelden was long and convoluted. Some say it has a life of its own.
The Lucky Stone is a ring available in this self-titled downloadable content. It is available for free to players who uploaded a character made with the Character Creator to the BioWare social site. Or, it can be installed manually by anyone.
Stats: Adds +1 to all stats

Embri's Many Pockets

Released: 3rd November 2009
The elven mage of limited talent that volunteered to become one of the Tranquil, Embri of Gwaren proved herself to be an extremely talented enchanter -- if absent-minded. The story goes that she kept an array of magical ingredients on her belt at all times, until the belt itself became magical. Embri died of lyrium poisoning many years later, but the enchanted belt remains.
Embri's Many Pockets is a belt available in this self-titled downloadable content. It is available for free. It can be downloaded in-game by players who have completed Chapter 1 of Dragon Age Journeys. Or, it can be installed manually by anyone.
Stats: +5% fire resistance, +5% cold resistance, +5% electricity resistance, +5% nature resistance, +5% spirit resistance

Amulet of the War Mage

Released: 3rd November 2009
Amulet of the War Mage is an amulet available in this self-titled downloadable content. It is available for free. It can be downloaded in-game by players who have signed up for an account in Dragon Age Journeys. Or, it can be installed manually by anyone.
Stats: +5% fire damage, +5% cold damage, +5% electricity damage, +5% nature damage, +5% spirit damage
Helm of the Deep

Released: 3rd November 2009
Helm of the Deep is a helm available in this self-titled downloadable content. It is available for free. It can be downloaded in-game by players who completed all five achievements in Dragon Age Journeys. Or, it can be installed manually by anyone.
The achievements are to reach the gates of Orzammar, kill two monsters in a single attack, convince the Bard to join the party, defeat and ogre with all party members at full health and to defeat the hurlock emissary on any difficulty level.
Stats: +2 constitution, +10 mental resistance, +10 physical resistance

Mark of Vigilance

Released: 13th November 2009
Not all maleficar practice forbidden blood magic, but templars must constantly guard against the possibility that even an innocuous-seeming mage has delved into arts that permit him to control the minds of others. The best mage-hunters are granted these valued amulets as rewards by the Divine. They are often entombed alongside the templar when he dies.
Mark of Vigilance is an amulet available in this self-titled downloadable content. It is available for free. It can be downloaded in-game by players who purchase a Dragon Age: Origins t-shirt from Hot Topic. Or, it can be installed manually by anyone. It can be found for free on the PlayStation store by searching for "Dragon Age".
Stats: +6 defense, +2% spell resistance, +5 mental resistance

Exclusive Edit
These DLCs were originally available under limited circumstances as an incentive for purchasing particular editions of the game or from a particular retailer. Several items are available in both Origins and the expansion Awakening, though they possess different (and improved, in the case of the expansion) statistics. Unless noted, they are also available to other players via #manual installation.
Memory Band

Released: 3rd November 2009 for any pre-order
Made by the Formari, these lyrium-infused rings are supposed to help apprentices retain their lessons. They work rather well - too well, perhaps, as less capable students sometimes wear three or four per finger.
The Memory Band is a ring available in this self-titled downloadable content. It also comes with a Formari Tome that add one skill point after use.
Stats: Ring adds +1% to gained XP.

Lion's Paw

Released: 3rd November 2009 for Amazon pre-orders
Lady Rosamund, an infamous outlaw of the Korcari Wilds, wore these regal boots. Through clever ambushes and surprising tactics, she spent decades preying on merchants and eluding the king's guards until one day she simply disappeared. Some still brave the Wilds in search of her hidden hoard of treasure.
The Lion's Paw is a pair of boots in this self-titled downloadable content.
Stats: +1 to armor, +10% to dodge attacks, +10% chance of missile attacks

Feral Wolf Charm

Released: 3rd November 2009 for Gamestop pre-orders
Chasind hunters favor charms like this. The hunters claim that they are enchanted on moonlit nights by scantily clad witches deep in the heart of the Korcari Wilds. But perhaps that is just wishful thinking.
The Feral Wolf Charm is is an amulet available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Stats: +1 to armor, +5 health regeneration outside combat, +15% nature resistance

The Wicked Oath

Released: 3rd November 2009 when ordered from Steam
Countess Luciana of Antiva lived as a virtual prisoner in her husband’s castle until an elven slave offered her a way out. The slave magically bound a small amount of the countess’s blood into a ring in return for a promise of freedom. The countess agreed, and the count was found stabbed soon afterwards, this ring lying beside him. Neither Luciana nor the slave were seen again.
The Wicked Oath is a ring available in this self-titled downloadable content. This DLC is manually installable for PC players. It can be found on the PlayStation Store for free by searching for "Dragon Age".
Stats: Adds +10% to critical strike damage, improves armor penetration by 1 and adds +1 to combat stamina regeneration

Band of Fire

Released: 3rd November 2009 for EA pre-orders.
Magical fire is used with great care in the construction of these rings. After a few unfortunate incidents of singed eyebrows and burnt hair, there is some speculation that this is why the Formari often shave their heads.
The Band of Fire is a ring available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Stats: +3 to constitution, +25 to fire resistance, +10 to spirit resistance

Dalish Promise Ring

Released: 3rd November 2009 for Direct2Drive or GAME pre-orders
Intended for a Dalish elf's betrothed, this enchanted silver band was blessed by the tribe's Keeper to ensure a long, healthy life.
The Dalish Promise Ring is a ring available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Stats: +1 to health regeneration in combat, +15% to healing effects received, reduces hostility

Guildmaster's Belt

Released: 3rd November 2009 for Game Crazy or Mighty Ape pre-orders
The guilds of Denerim are despised by the peasants of Ferelden because the guildmasters grow fat off their labors. Quite literally in the case of this belt's former owner, who could’ve stood to lose a pound or two. -- Guildmaster's Belt
The Guildmaster's Belt is a belt available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Stats: +3 cunning, +5% to dodge, increases monetary gain

The Edge

Released: 30th November 2009 for Bioware Social Site orders registered by 30 November 2009
Newly forged and sporting an edge sharp enough to cut through boot leather, this blade is the pinnacle of Fereldan crafting skill. Wait, there's more! It slices, it dices, and can make Orlesian potatoes. Yours for just one easy payment.
The Edge is a dagger available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Stats: +5 damage +3% critical +4 attack

Bulwark of the True King

Released: 16th March 2010 for Alienware giveaway
This shield once belonged to Moira, the Rebel Queen, who was killed when her liege lords betrayed her to the Orlesians. The shield was taken from her body and given in tribute to the usurper Meghren. It has since changed hands several times.
Bulwark of the True King is a shield available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Origins stats: +3 willpower +2 constitution +3 defense +1 armor

Awakening stats: +5 willpower +3 constitution +3 defense +1 armor, absorbs damage

This content requires game version 1.03 or newer. This may be an issue since many if not most of the bugs introduced in 1.03 have not been resolved as of the 1.04 release.

Pearl of the Anointed

Released: 19th March 2010 for amazon.de and play.com pre-orders
This amulet was torn from the neck of Emperor Kordillus Drakon of Orlais--"the Anointed"--during one of the many battles he fought to spread the Chant throughout Thedas.
Pearl of the Anointed is an amulet available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Origins stats: +1 to all attributes, Increases monetary gain

Awakening stats: +2 to all attributes, Increases monetary gain


Bregan's Bow

Released: 19th March 2010 for gamestop.de and game.co.uk pre-orders
This bow once belonged to the Orlesian Commander of the Grey Wardens, Bregan. When he ventured into the Deep Roads for his Calling, he left this bow in the hands of a young recruit. What happened to Bregan after this is a mystery.
Bregan's Bow is a shortbow available in this self-titled downloadable content.
Origins stats: +3 armor penetration, +6 attack, +10% critical/backstab damage

Awakening stats: +6 armor penetration, +10 attack, +15% critical/backstab damage


Installation
1: Unpack with winrar or 7zip
2: Place the Bioware folder in user documents
3: Open Dragon Age folder and run  DAOriginsLauncher.exe
4: Do not try to play online.It will remove the dlc's.(dlc exe's are not included,so you will loose them 
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