Posted June 28, 2012 - 01:35 PM
Posted June 29, 2012 - 07:54 PM
i had to pay off a $5 bounty in markath, that cleared it up
I have just downloaded the new DLC and i want to know why once i have started the dawnguard quest and enter the dawnguard area, why do i get attacked on sight by the people who i am ment to be talking with to complete the quest? this is really annoying me! PLEASE HELP SOMEONE!
Posted July 06, 2012 - 01:17 AM
To look at all diseases, and things magically affecting you, bring up your main menu and go from Magic to Active effects. this is helpful also to stop vamparism, because the effect I think takes 2-3 full in-game days to turn you. the pre-camparism disease is called Polymorphic Hemophilia, just pop a cure disease potion or run along to your nearest shrine to clear yourself up.
As for the armor being a problem. that is false because of one simple thing, there is no distinct faction armor in Skyrim, unlike in Fallout: New Vegas which has NCR, Legion, etc. This is easily tested because wearing some sort or armor/mages robes do not bring out unique dialogue in people. For instance, being in the thieves guild with Nightingale, nobody cares. yes the armor is mentioned by Karliah at the end of the questline (Under New Management) but aside that, nobody really cares. Also goes along with Daedric artifacts etc. you can walk into markarth wearing full Forsworn and nobody will probably care. Why this is, is unknown but I think it's just that it is too much work for something that doesn't need to be implimented into Skyrim.
Finally, to go with Blexun and Traag, your best bet would be to check your bounty and apparently it may apply to all 9 holds, so before starting, check if you have a bounty and close loose ends and pay your dues.
side note, maybe you're better off being a vampire if you have a bouty and can't pay your fines, Dawnguard don't want law breakers and criminals.
Posted July 08, 2012 - 08:35 PM
Posted July 12, 2012 - 04:00 PM
Posted July 13, 2012 - 12:58 AM
I agree with Blex, guess it's time to don some dark robes, put on the eyeshadow and get dark and blood thirsty.
As far as i'm aware, curing is usually a permanent thing and if the game was like a database, your character would be "flagged" for having been cured of lycanthropy which would mean the game knows you are "immune" to it. guess if your want for being a werewolf outweighs your love for your current character, you could always make a new one. Skyrim doesn't seem to mind one more Dragonborne in the world..
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