lukim48 Mar 12 @ 1:19pm
TES V Skyrim
Dawnguard or vampires?
What do you recommend? :)
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~Moonraker~ Mar 12 @ 1:20pm 
Dawngard
Stania Mar 12 @ 1:22pm 
Dawnguard. Their storyline and the artifacts you get from them are more interesting.
AcousticD Mar 12 @ 1:22pm 
Dawnguard. =3
gnewna Mar 12 @ 1:27pm 
I've only completed the vampire side (got about halfway through the Dawnguard side once but wandered off and did other things then restarted) but I enjoyed it, the side quests seemed a bit more thought out (although I may have missed better DG side quests, all the ones I got were either 'go and kill these vampires' or 'go and kill some bandits who have somehow got their hands on important documents') Planning to play through the DG side with my current character, though.
lukim48 Mar 12 @ 1:29pm 
ok, thanks for advices :)
WeaselBiggs Mar 12 @ 1:51pm 
Dawnguard for purely narrative reasons, but siding with Harkon does give you access to an extra Perk tree. Considering how Perk Points are finite, this may or may not be a good thing.
Luther Mar 12 @ 1:54pm 
Dawnguard for the roleplay, Vampires for the gameplay (enchanting boost).
Shelt Mar 12 @ 2:10pm 
I don't have this DLC yet, but vampires are a filthy infestation!
ヤンデレ Mar 12 @ 2:17pm 
Depends on your play style.
Personally I enjoy to RP lawful evil, thus I play a vampire character.
I use vampire enhancing mods to make my experience more enjoyable and more fleshed out.

If you like to do the more obvious righteous quests and take that path then perhaps Dawnguard is better. If you however enjoy to say who lives and who dies, holding another persons fate in the palm of your hand, then perhaps a vampire is a better choice.
It all comes down to what enhance the feeling you're trying to make for your own character.
gnewna Mar 12 @ 3:01pm 
Originally posted by WeaselBiggs:
Dawnguard for purely narrative reasons, but siding with Harkon does give you access to an extra Perk tree. Considering how Perk Points are finite, this may or may not be a good thing.

It's a separate perk system, if you mean the Vampire Lord one - you gain perk points to spend on it by 'draining the life blood' out of enemies in VL form.
TxReplay Mar 12 @ 3:12pm 
Vampire is hard to deal with it but very fun !
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