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In Dragon Age: Origins, there is a scene where Dog finds a boy in Denerim. (Note that despite the video title, there are no spoilers).

Is there a purpose to this scene? Does anything happen depending on the dialogue options you choose? Does this have any effect later?

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No, it's a comedic scene. Instead of the boy bringing home a dog, your dog brings home a boy.

Get it?

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  • Did a quick search to see if it affected affinity with Dog or something. Every forum says this. One was basically word for word. Disappointing, and not actually funny. – DCShannon Sep 19 '16 at 19:11
  • @DCShannon Agreed, it's too short and would have been better if they had Dog dragging the boy by his pants or something...I dunno. – FoxMcCloud Sep 19 '16 at 19:18
  • You can stretch out the scene by choosing dialogue options like "Well he'll have to fight darkspawn", <whimper>, "...yes, he's too young, that's my point". Still, I agree that it could have been rewritten to be funnier and not so much out of nowhere. – Thunderforge Sep 19 '16 at 19:23
  • @DCShannon Dog's affinity is always 100%, so if there was an effect, it would be something else. – Thunderforge Sep 19 '16 at 19:25

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