More Dragonborn DLC information leaked: new shouts, armour, spears detailed


By on December 3, 2012 at 10:58 am

A beta tester for the upcoming Dragonborn DLC for Skyrim is apparently leaking like a sieve, probably much to the consternation (or possibly amusement) of Bethesda. The Outhousers is collating an enormous list of the leaked information, which so far includes achievements, shouts, weapons, locations, and monsters not yet officially revealed.

Here’s some highlights: new shouts are available, including ones that create small cyclones, bend dragons to your will, and a ‘Dragon Aspect’ that greatly buffs you and saves you from death once a day. New locations on Solstheim include Raven Rock, Imperial forts, Nordic and Dwemer ruins and more, with at least one new companion and marriage option available. Werebears will make an appearance, along with the Morag Tong, giant-sized and extremely tough creatures called Lurkers will apparently make your life hell, and a mysterious “serpent-like creature”.

Spears are also mentioned — but unfortunately they’re not a proper new type of weapon. They’re a weapon used exclusively by Reiklings, if you pick them up they become arrows in your inventory. Also, it’s worth noting that players who’ve slain Alduin and finished the main Skyrim quest will get different dialogue during their travels through Solstheim. Get slaying!

Source: The Outhousers via Reddit

2 comments (Leave your own)

I am very keen :D Some of the shouts were a bit generic and samey.

Would be good if the 3rd level of Dragon Aspect made you turn into a dragon for a minute or so. [Outside only and once a day]
Giving you the ability to use shouts non-stop during dragon mode and fly around.


Nooooooooo. I want stabby spears !!!

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