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@blinx; that depends on how voluptuous your butt is, but wit all the elder scrolls news coming out I cant say I blame you for getting confused.
SHE JUST WON AN AWARD FOR HER "SHINY BLACK ASS" @really@ I didn't see what award she won, but I would take her butt to the bank!!!
I am still confused. Do you need to have kinect to play the DLC Dawnguard or is it just another option?
To Drown, is "voluptuous" just a politically correct word for "big"? LOL
"Guys Choice Awards" Saturday on Spike Network. Her face is not as splendid as her "other attributes". Looks like a fun show.
@blinx; it was me that said voluptuous and yes, yes it is. And no, you dont need Kinect to play Dawnguard.
Anyone have any comments, gripes, or praises to share on Dawnguard. I for one think its a near perfect success, I love crossbows, they were my marksman weapon of choice in Morrowind. Im also thrilled to see dragonbone weapons to finally accompany the armors. My only grips are that there's only one type of crossbow (that ive seen so far, havent finished yet) and that it took this long for the bragonbone weapons to come in, they should have been in at launch.
So fellow skyrim enthusiasts, what are some of your opinions on skyrims first DLC?
I'm not an enthusiast nor have I played Dawnguard, but I heard their were only 2 crossbows, which is a huge let down. And checking the UESP, I only saw a single sidequest in this DLC. I kinda expected that though, that Bethesda wasn't going to be doing many sidequests, since most of the things you did in vanilla were Faction quests and Miscellaneous anyway. Kinda rethinking whether or not I should buy this.
I have zero reasons to play Dawnguard, really.
It just adds a bit of content without changing much of anything, so that's not attractive to me.
Theres plenty of side quests, as of right now I've only seen the Dawnguard side of the main questline but there are a good bit of go off and kill this vampire, go retrieve that ancient dwemer crossbow schematic, infiltrate these vampire plots on whatever town. They may all be vampire related but there still incendiary.
I actually forgot to mention a grip I had with the main questline of Dawnguard is like the main questline of skyrim itself, very tour guide like in the sense that they keep pushing you to become a vampire, and also theres a part the requires you to enter the collage of winterhold. Sure you can explain that your only there for the (Spoilers) elder scroll, but you still have to proove your worth as a mage and it still starts the collage questline. Hay Bethesda, get it through your head, I DONT WANT TO DO THE COLLAGE QUESTS! so stop forcing it on me!