After escaping execution, the last living Dragonborn must grow in strength and power to defeat the dragons that have once again begun to plague the land of Skyrim.

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Esbern (voice)
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Arngeir (voice)
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Delphine (voice)
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General Tullius (voice)
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Mercer Frey / Clavicus Vile / Barbas / Cynric Endell / Belethor / Mallus Maccius / Alain Dufont / Andurs / Boethiah Cultist / Braig / Captain Valmir / Dark Brotherhood Initiate / Endrast / Enthir / Erikur / Fallon / Jesper / Kodrir / Lemkil / Lucan Valerius / Madanach / Malthyr Elenil / Molgrom Twice-Killed / Nobleman / Orini Dral / Emperor Pelagius Septim III the Mad / Pelagius the Suspicious / Pelagius the Tormented / Sarthis Idren / self - Doubt / Sibbi Black-Briar / Sild the Warlock / Sorex Vinius / Stig Salt-Plank / Viarmo / Arch-Curate Vyrthur - Dawnguard DLC (voice)
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Vaermina (voice)
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Odahviing (voice)
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Paarthurnax (voice)
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Elenwen / Meridia / Boethiah (voice)
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Hakon One-Eye / Arrald Frozen-Heart / Bolgeir Bearclaw / Captain Aldis / Captain Lonley-Gale / East Empire Mercenary / Eorlund Gray-Mane / Erlendr / Frokmar Banner-Torn / Gonnar Oath-Giver / Hero of Sovengarde / Jjornskar Head-Smasher / Horik Halfhand / Hrongar / Igmund / Imperial Guard Jailor / Imperial Soldier / Irnskar Ironhand / Istar Cairn-Breaker / Jorleif / Jurgen Windcaller / Kai Wet-Pommell / Kottir Red-Shoal / Olaf One-Eye / Orthjolf / Riften Guard / Riften Guard Jailor / Sinmir / Stormcloak Soldier / Thorald Gray-Mane / Thorygg Sun-Killer / Unmid Snow-Shod / Yrsarald Thrice-Pierced / Ysgramor / Hjalfar - Dragonborn DLC / Torkild - Dragonborn DLC (voice)
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Molag Bal / Adebar / Adventurer / Agrius / Belyn Hlaalu / Brandish / Captain Avidius / Challenger / Duach / Ennis / Etienne Rarnis / Farmer / Fugitive / Gloth / Haldyn / Hamelyn / Hired Thug / Leontius Salvius / Louis Letrush / Omulag / Peddler / Perth / Plautis Carvain / Rahd / Rondach / Salvianus / Soldier / Telrav / Thimas / Tynan / Weylin / Wood Cutter (voice) (as Christopher Smith)
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The Empire of Tamriel is on the edge. The High King of Skyrim has been murdered. Alliances form as claims to the throne are made. In the midst of this conflict, a far more dangerous, ancient evil is awakened. Dragons, long lost to the passages of the Elder Scrolls, have returned to Tamriel. The future of Skyrim, even the Empire itself, hangs in the balance as they wait for the prophesized Dragonborn to come; a hero born with the power of The Voice, and the only one who can stand amongst the dragons. Written by Bethesda Game Studios

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And the scrolls have foretold, of black wings in the cold... See more »


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11 November 2011 (USA)  »

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The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard  »

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$100,000,000 (estimated)
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High Hrothgar is possibly named after the 6th century Danish king Hroðgar. The name has appeared in a few Anglo-Saxon epics, including Beowulf. One of the names of king Hroðgar, who was also known as "Hrothgar", was 'Ro'. 'Ro', in Skyrim, is one of the second words you learn in the Dragonshout 'Unrelenting Force', acquired by one of the monks at High Hrothgar. See more »

Goofs

During the quest "Waking Nightmare", Erandur's (voiced by Keith Szarabajka) voiced is mismatched with a different voice near the end of the quest. See more »

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Paarthurnax: What is better - to be born good, or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?
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References Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) See more »

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Ragnar the Red
Performed by Jason Marsden
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Possibly the best game ever created...
13 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

I'm going to start off by saying; this is the best game I've ever (and I mean ever) played. And I've played lots of games.

The graphics are phenomenal - that's possibly thanks to the designers who drew every bit of detail in the game. The map is enormous - approximately twice as big as Oblivion's. An endless list of weapons, characters and missions. You can combine; magic and weapons, or combine magic and magic, or combine sword and sword etc. You can now get married. The lock picking has significantly improved since the previous game. Smash an enemy repeatedly around the head in an epic, brutal manner - and if you're lucky, you get to witness an incredibly brutal, cut-scene take-down. You can cook, create weapons, find an infinite number of locations. The story is fantastic - and is genuinely gripping. Everything about this game is excellent - and has improved a lot since Oblivion.

People say you can't have the perfect game... I honestly can't think of any improvements. I seriously recommend this game. And hopefully (just hopefully) this game will defeat "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" in the game of the year awards... because it really does deserve to.


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