In Dragon Age 2, can I safely sell all junk?

  • In Dragon Age 2, can I safely sell all junk? atticae

    In Dragon Age 2, can I sell all items labeled "Junk" without having to fear I would need any of this later? (for quests/crafting/etc)

    Vials of Darkspawn Blood for example were a quest item in Dragon Age: Origins, I think, and are labeled junk in DA2.

  • Yes: junk is just that. You can safely sell it all.

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