So no more DLC!?

#1No_one_specialPosted 5/8/2013 1:27:31 AM(edited)
After all the ****ing foreshadowing at the end of the Civil War and Main questlines, Bethesda doesn't bother to deal with the problem of the Aldmeri Dominion!?

Goddamnit!

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#2RebelElite791Posted 5/8/2013 1:28:19 AM
If this isn't a troll topic,

Anyone who expecting the Dominion to be resolved in a DLC needs to be f***ing smacked.

And how does the MQ related to the Dominion?
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#3No_one_special(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2013 1:31:56 AM
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#4RebelElite791Posted 5/8/2013 1:35:34 AM
What am I doing on my home board? Discussing a game that you apparently know very little about.

"Called upon again" could mean literally anything from Dragonborn to your own interpretation. The MQ and the Dominion problem are unrelated.

They'll set things up so that neither side won, make a compromise between the two, or have something catastrophic or gamechanging happen that renders both possible results moot.

Please, do explain how SI is anywhere NEAR the scale of ending an empire that spans three different provinces. Yeah, the Dragonborn, all by his lonesome, is going to waltz into the heart of Alinor, and cut down the entire Thalmor government. WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG!?
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#5RikiazPosted 5/8/2013 1:48:04 AM
Don't pick a fight with Rebel here, you will lose.
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#6No_one_special(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2013 1:54:06 AM
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#7RikiazPosted 5/8/2013 1:55:52 AM
From: No_one_special | #006
Don't pick a fight with Rebel here, you will lose.

I've picked my teeth with this guy on the Cable TV board. The dude is an utter laughingstock over there, especially amongst the Game of Thrones fans.


I specifically said don't pick a fight with him "HERE" because you will lose. The only person I know that knows more about TES than Rebel is Benz0r.

First off, the Dragonborn is MORE than capable of taking the Thalmor on. The dude defeats the freakin' World Eater and/or a fellow Dragonborn who was EVEN MORE POWERFUL than said World Eater over the course of the main quest.


Oh and on this note, the only reason you defeated Alduin is because that was the sole reason why you are Dragonborn, and only this time, next time he comes back you can't do jack s***. Hence why common bandits can kill you. Prophecies in TES are more than just mere predictions, which you would know if you knew lots of the lore.
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#8RebelElite791Posted 5/8/2013 1:56:23 AM
I love how you conveniently skipped how Ulfric or Tullius, depending, says, in no uncertain terms, that war with the Dominion is essentially right around the corner now that the Civil War was resolved.


I was talking about the Main Quest. The Main Quest is totally unrelated to the issue of the Dominion.

First off, the Dragonborn is MORE than capable of taking the Thalmor on. The dude defeats the freakin' World Eater and/or a fellow Dragonborn who was EVEN MORE POWERFUL than said World Eater over the course of the main quest.


The Dragonborn didn't defeat Alduin out of sheer power or will. The Dovahkiin and Alduin were bound up in an enantiomorph, and bound together by prophecy. The Dovahkiin was the only one who *could* defeat him. No, Miraak was not more powerful than Alduin. And you didn't beat Miraak alone (remember that tentacled God that was helping you? Yeah)

Leaving that aside, the Dragonborn can kill or even tame freakin' DRAGONS, for Christ's sake! What in the hell are some pompous High Elves going to do to stop him?


And? Anyone can kill a dragon. The DB just prevents Alduin from resurrecting them. You really think hundreds of thousands of "pompous" Altmeri, with Sunbirds, ancient sorcerers, and god knows what other kinds of hidden magics would fall to one man and his dragons? Har.

And leaving THAT aside, why in the **** would the Dragonborn be going it alone, considering that he'd either have the Imperial Legions or the Stormcloak army at his back in doing so?


Yeah, because THAT would totally fit in an "SI sized dlc." And ROFLROFLROFL if you think the Stormcloaks could defeat three f***ing provinces. They were LOSING TO ONE LEGION before the Dovahkiin came into the picture.

And furthermore, a potential DLC dealing with the Dominion wouldn't have to be something like a full invasion or somesuch of Alinor, but a repulsion of a fullscale Dominion assault on both Skyrim and Cyrodiil or something to that effect.


And, pray tell, how would that solve the Dominion problem? And you really think they'd have had all of Cyrodiil in an expansion? Seriously? Really? No joke? That's great.
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#9RebelElite791Posted 5/8/2013 1:57:54 AM
No_one_special posted...

I've picked my teeth with this guy on the Cable TV board. The dude is an utter laughingstock over there, especially amongst the Game of Thrones fans.

Addendum: And because he marked my post, I'm gonna have to repost it, I guess, but with spoilers so no one will be confused.


Lmao, so f***ing salty. I'm sorry the ignorant show-fans of GoT don't like being put in their place.

And what post did I supposedly mark? Interesting. I don't remember doing such a thing. But well, I guess you know best eh?
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#10No_one_special(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2013 2:02:02 AM(edited)
I specifically said don't pick a fight with him "HERE" because you will lose. The only person I know that knows more about TES than Rebel is Benz0r.

I've held my own in many debates regarding TES lore. I'm more than capable.

Prophecies in TES are more than just mere predictions, which you would know if you knew lots of the lore.

Prophecy or not, the Dragonborn, by the end of the questline at the very least, is a superpowered killing machine no matter which way you slice it. The power of the Thu'um, coupled with his own magic and/or martial skills, would make him a literal example of a One Man Army against the likes of the Dominion.

Lmao, so f***ing salty. I'm sorry the ignorant show-fans of GoT don't like being put in their place.

"Being put in their place", apparently, being attempts at "comedy" followed by you making an utter ass of yourself.


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