This is the SKYRIM V DLC PACK: Dawnguard. It is clean and from my private collection. It is recommended you use NMM to install this as when I tried to just add the two files to my games DATA folder worked, but the proper way is to use NMM. You can find it free on NEXUS for Skyrim. I am using this now with the latest update. It work fine and has no bugs. If you look into the rar file and find more than 2 files it has been tampered with. There are "ONLY 2 files" here that go into the DATA folder. Always Clean save and reload the "CLEAN SAVE" to activate mods. ENJOY! Tonydoze
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(RATINGS FROM IGN)
Dawnguard retains Skyrim’s intuitive, user-friendly interface – though now you can use Kinect to effectively add more hotkeys if you like.
This world is still a pretty one to look at, though the new areas –particularly the large Soul Cairn netherworld –range from same-y to bland and dull. The framerate drops are annoying.
We didn’t hear any new music, and the same crop of familiar voice actors return for extra duty.
More newness awaits on the vampire side of things, but big, incredible battles await either way.
It’s at least eight hours per play-through, and Dawnguard is easily worth replaying to see both story threads.
Recently, Bethesda released a beta patch to Skyrim that included mounted combat. It’s the kind of thing thats cool, but not something that makes the fanboys scream. But on closer inspection, some people are finding interesting things in the actual data files of the patch. Let’s take a quick look.
The Snow Prince – There are multiple references to the Snow Prince. And not just dialog references of characters talking about the Snow Prince, but actual animation data for the Snow Prince himself! In my opinion that means we can draw three possible conclusions: We go back in time to the Snow Prince (maybe just as a flashback), The Snow Prince is revived or immortal, or Snow Prince is just a title passed down to a series of Falmer. Any of those possibilities sound interesting to me.
The Falmer (a.k.a. Snow Elves) – If Dawnguard is primarily about the Snow Prince, it’s safe to say we could get an idea of how the snow elves devolved into the twisted and forsaken form they now have in Skyrim as the Falmer. Who knows, maybe their curse has something to do with the disappearance of the Dwemer.
Solstheim - Although Solstheim is referenced mostly in the Infernal City, it is the homeland of the Snow Prince and it seems like a perfect sized land mass for DLC. It lies to the east, and some naval trading companies even send ships there, so it’s already established in fiction as a known destination.
Crossbows – All preexisting data about crossbows have been moved to a folder in the patch named “DLC01″. So it’s safe to assume crossbows will now be a selling point of Dawnguard.
Spears – The Snow Prince’s spear is actually an important piece of lore, and apparently he was buried with it. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that spear based combat was shown in Todd Howard’s GDC keynote game jam video.
Vampires - There is even new data about Vampires, and a Vampire Lord. A lot of people first screamed “Vampire” when they saw the orange glowing eyes in the teaser image. This pretty much confirms there will at least be some story or quests about Vampires. They could just be unrelated faction quests as a counterpoint to the Werewolf faction quests, but even more interesting specualation is that the Snow Prince himself is a vampire. This would explain his immortality, and maybe even provide an explaination as to why his race became the accursed Falmer.
Steam ready and don't for get to get the update 1.7!