Shared August 28, 2019
Skyrim is widely considered to be the 5th main Elder Scrolls game, and while the game certainly wasn’t lacking content when it was released, no self-respecting game developer could resist the urge to make downloadable content that people named Paul would use to drive him inside six years into the future. Can You Beat Skyrim’s Dawnguard DLC Without Taking Any Damage?
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Can You Beat Skyrim’s Dawngaurd DLC Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form)
Unlike Fallout New Vegas, Skyrim’s DLC doesn’t tell you what level you should be at before you start it. Well, Dragonborn might, but Dawnguard doesn’t. What I read online suggested being at least level 10 before beginning the DLC’s main quest line, so I looked through my hundreds of saves to find the character from my Skyrim No Damage run to play as. In my New Vegas DLC runs, I always made my characters as generic as possible by making the all skills an equal level before starting the DLC. Because Skyrim’s leveling and perk system is significantly different than New Vegas’s, I decided to not start Dawnguard with an averaged out character. My no-damage character seems to have been abducted by Grandma Sparkle as it’s not longer existing. So I picked one of Shouter McGavin v3’s saves from when he was Level 10, started the game, set my max health to 1 so that any damage of any kind will kill me, and started shopping for bows, arrows, and anything else that would be useful to a stealth archer.
This is another reason why I was okay with using this character. Almost all the skills I’d leveled up are worthless to me since I can’t take damage. I met Durak behind the Armored Beaver, asked him if I could come over to his house to see his new dirt bike, and fast-traveled to Riften to begin making my way to Dawnguard. This rain mod sure is cool, ain’t it? If you’d like to see more epic mod reviews, don’t forget to unsubscribe because I don’t make mod reviews. Closer to Dawnguard, it took me a few attempts to kill this Elf and manage to steal her horse. I’d somehow made it to the edge of the world but was also between the Fort and my waypoint.
This blond feller who was looking for a friend interrupted my walking with his talking, so I put a few arrows in him, reunited with an old friend, got a crossbow from Durak, accidentally hit him in the back of the head with it, took my punishment like a man without any clothes, and arrived at Fort Dawnguard. Isran was in the middle of a conversation when I waltzed through the door, he said there used to be more members of the Dawnguard but they’re not around anymore. His acquaintance told me about Dimhollow Crypt, and with one of five main quests down, I was already 20% of the way through the story.
Before leaving, I found two huskies that were far tougher than I expected, and left to fast-travel to Minecraft since it was the closest place I’d discovered to Dimhollow. A skirmish took place just outside the entrance, and with my newly acquired crossbow I cleaned up the scraps and entered Dimhollow Crypts in search of a seahorse. Almost. The place I’d thought was Dimhollow was actually nothing, so I ventured around a portion of the planet and enterer Dimhollow for reals.
The first issue was that I kept having problems firing arrows, the 2nd was that there was a Deathhound. One sneak attack isn’t enough to kill them yet, but two quick arrows are enough to get the job done.
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