Skyrim: Dawnguard – Walkthrough

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  • Dawnguard

    1. Talk to the Riften guard to start the Dawnguard mission. Apparently there is a fort in Riften that needs some attention.
    2. Pull up your map and check south- check the option to speak to the representative from Dawnguard.
    3. Head east down the path and across the bridge until you reach the opening to Dayspring Canyon.
    4. Continue down the path and talk to Admoer when you come across him.
    5. If you continue along the path, you will get a “Fort Dawnguard discovered” notification.
    6. Talk to Durak to get some insight and history into the vampire hunters known as Dawnguard.
    7. Your next objective is to find Isran and talk to him. Er, “report” to him. Durak seems uncomfortably serious, doesn’t he?
    8. Durak will give you a crossbow to use before you part ways. Once you are back on the path, you will now be able to use the crossbow.
    9. Talk to Celann and listen to him vent about Isran. Once he’s done complaining, he’ll let you inside.
    10. After the cutscene introducing Isran, you will be able to talk to him and ask him to join Dawnguard. Sounds like he needs someone on the field, so this might just be your lucky day. Congratulations on completing the Dawnguard quest! Time to move on to Awakening.

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    5 Comments on Skyrim: Dawnguard – Walkthrough

    overcastshade

    On June 17, 2012 at 1:20 am

    when does this dlc come out

    Kevin

    On June 22, 2012 at 11:51 am

    @overcastshade:

    The DLC comes out on the 26th for X-Box 360, with no release date yet for PC and PS3.

    johb

    On June 26, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    How many bugs will the day one release of Skyrim Dawnguard for the XBOX 360 add-on have?

    Kevin Thielenhaus

    On June 26, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    @johb:

    First estimates? A whole lot. Bethesda doesn’t have a great track record fixing bugs, and people are already reporting all sorts of problems. Hopefully the major issues will be fixed soon!