Visualizing Skyrim Dawnguard DLC strategy
To assist your journey through Skyrim Dawnguard DLC some walkthrough strategy guides on YouTube have allowed us to check out all aspects of this game giving us some insight on hints and tips from the beginning to the end. This will help gamers throughout their quest with two videos showing parts of the walkthrough.
In this game, you will encounter the return of a Volkihar vampire lord named Harkon, who seeks to end the tyranny of the sun. Using the power of the ancient Elder Scrolls, he aims to put an end to his problem but an order of vampire hunters known as the Dawnguard intend to put a dampener on his plans. As the Dragonborn is given two options, he has to choose whether to team up with the Dawnguard and help defeat Harkon or join forces with the Volkihar vampires.
To initiate this, Dawnguard can be started by listening for rumors or asking Hold Guards about a group of vampire hunters who are recruiting. This will steer the Dragonborn in the direction of Fort Dawnguard and the add-on will begin. In connection to this, our early post on the consequences in Skyrim Dawngaurd refers to the outcome of refusing Lord Harkon’s offer especially if you are a werewolf.
With Lord Harkon offering up his blood he is eager to turn you into one of his kind, if you refuse his offer you will be banished to later become his prey, although letting him in on you’re werewolf status will result in a barrage of insults, but this could be the ideal situation to cure yourself of the curse. To see both parts of the Skyrim Dawnguard walkthrough HD gameplay take a look at the videos below and let us know your thoughts.
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