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We decide whether to suck blood or not in Skyrim’s first DLC, Dawnguard.

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  1. sorry to ask but do you know what level you have to be to start the dragonborn dlc? I have a level 46 character but I'm considering starting a fresh game to see the world again and I don't know at what point dragonborn starts

  2. Technically your level is irrelevant. You only need to have started the quest 'The Horn of Jurgen Windcaller' and visit any town/city. You'll then get attacked by some cultists, one of which will have a note on them starting the first quest. However, I would highly recommend you be at least level 30 as the enemies can be quite challenging for a low level Dovahkiin.

  3. I dunno why hes bitching about the transformation time. I like the short pause because it builds tension, especially in a fight.
    I can;t help that his character is a pussy and cant handle a short wait for transformation. .-.

  4. oh boo hoo, just becuase it takes 3-4 seconds to transform, doesnt mean its bad. If your character can die within that short amount of time, your abviously failing at the game….

  5. Think yourself lucky. In this country the DLCs together come to nearly $65.

    They are overpriced though. I'll give you that. I bought Dawnguard and will have to grab the others separately later as they're just too pricey for me to grab together.

    And less than half the gameplay is probs an understatement. More like 10-15 hours each I don't doubt.

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