Skyrim is neat. I enjoy a good Skyrim every now and again. But sometimes your Skyrim needs a little less Skyrim and a little more something else. That makes total sense, don’t worry about it. Can You Beat Skyrim’s Dragonborn DLC Without Taking Any Damage?
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Can You Beat Skyrim’s Dragonborn DLC Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form)
So here’s the funny thing about this challenge. Usually when I start a playthrough for a Fallout or Skyrim video, I can get it beaten in about 2 days. Start it one afternoon, finish it the next. Well, for Skyrim’s Dragonborn DLC, I started it quite a while ago… in November. I don’t think I even have that footage anymore. Then I tried again earlier this year and made just as little progress as I did the first time. You know that weird sick smell you get in your nose the day before you catch a cold? That’s in the air for everyone right now, so what better time to go back and embrace the pain.
I began my journey for the 3rd and final time with a character I made for many croissant moons ago. The challenge for that particular character was Practice Arrows only. I don’t remember why exactly I stopped that one. I blame alcohol and the establishment. I chose that Stealth Archer because a Stealth Archer is the only real way to play Elder Scroll 5: Adventures of the Stealth Archer. And because past experiences taught me that I’d need as high of an Archery skill as possible. Also, I used a console command to set my max health to 1 so that any damage of any kind kills me.
My first stop in this quest to induce great suffering in my soul was Dawnstar. Why Dawnstar? There’s a secret chest God accidentally left under the ground when he was making this city, and it’s filled to the brim with all sorts of goodies. Blades for slicing, arrows for piercing, hammers for smashing, Soul Gems for all sorts satanic intrinsic activities. You can’t not have a good time, unless you can’t reach the chest in the first place because a mod removed it. As the anger piled up exclusive me, I entered a Dawnstar house, looking for someone to kill. I split his chest cavity in half, nobody outside cared about his end, including me, so I quit the game, removed the Unofficial Skyrim Patch, started the game again, and could finally access the chest.
Just like that hollowed out rock just outside Megaton in Fallout 3, I would expect me to hit up this chest in every Skyrim playthrough I do from here on out. I didn’t take everything from the chest, I didn’t want to be greedy. Probably the best thing to come out of it was learning of an absurdly easy way to acquire 2 Wooden Swords. It’s a surprise tool that will help us later. With my pockets full of someone else’s stuff, I traveled to Whiterun to sell what I didn’t need and immediately noticed that something was off. Couldn’t quite put my finer on what it was though.
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