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I've been looking for a bit trying to figure it out, but I can't seem to find the answer. J have the ultimate edition, but I wasn't planning on playing anything that would effect the story down the line (like Leliana's song).
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For Origins, nothing from any of the DLCs has an effect on Inquisition. Morrigan is supposed to comment if the Warden tried to kill her at the end of Witch Hunt, but it's bugged to just play the same dialogue that plays if in the vanilla game the Dark Ritual was refused.
For DA2, it's almost kind of the opposite, where no matter whether you did them or not, the game treats things as if you did them (and also assumes Varric was a party member).
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For Origins, the first ones would be The Stone Prisoner, Warden's Keep, and Return to Ostagar, which give additional areas during the main game. The post-game (playing as the same Warden) ones go Awakening, Golems of Amgarrak, and Witch Hunt. However, plot-wise GoA doesn't have much of anything and I found it very skippable. Leliana's Song is entirely separate (it's Leliana's backstory, occurring before Origins, and doesn't really import anything, only some 'unlock on any save' things on completion).
For DA2, the main two DLCs (Legacy and Mark of the Assassin) are both side stories that work at any point in the plot, but are probably best in Act 3.