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I'm playing as a rogue and have obtained, and am wearing, the entire "Last Descent" armour set, which as per the descriptions on each item has a bonus for complete item set.

This is great, but what is the bonus? Without knowing this I can't reach a solid decision on when to stop wearing the set and swap out better (but probably non-setted) armour...

From some testing (putting bits of armour back on and off) I have determined that the set bonus in this case is probably +20 health and +10 attack, but it would be useful to know if there is somewhere in-game where I can see the given bonus for any set of armour I've managed to collect.

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Only way I know of is to check dragonage.wikia.com and hope the stats for the items are up. Doesn't appear to be true in this case. –  Adeese Mar 15 '11 at 22:23
    
Opps, was reading the stats upside down. I should have said I expected +20 stamina and +10 attack. In reality the set provides +20 stamina and +1 dexterity, so I was close... –  DMA57361 Mar 15 '11 at 22:38
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Is that really supposed to be "Last Decent"? As in, this is the Last Decent Armor set available in the game? –  Raven Dreamer Mar 15 '11 at 23:09
    
@Raven Well spotted - it's actually a named set called Last Descent (made up of Last Descent Boots, etc), what a difference a single letter can make... facepalm –  DMA57361 Mar 15 '11 at 23:31
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I've seen the set bonus displayed in the abilities tab of the character screen, not exactly the place I would look for it but it was there.

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Ah ha, there it is, thanks! What a rather arbitrary place for it to be... –  DMA57361 Mar 15 '11 at 22:35
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@DMA I only noticed it by accident at some point –  Mad Scientist Mar 15 '11 at 22:38
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