Can you capture/ride a dragon ?

  1. Hey guys can you ride or capture a dragon and if you can please tell me the locations thanks in advance

    User Info: blackblazer15

    blackblazer15 - 5 years ago

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  1. You will capture a dragon Odahviing and he will take you to a place otherwise unacessible.

    User Info: IamReznov

    IamReznov - 5 years ago 2 0


  1. There is a main quest which involves capturing and riding a dragon,

    User Info: Sonny777

    Sonny777 - 5 years ago 2 0
  2. Don't get your hopes up though, you won't be riding the dragon a la Drakengard. He will only fast travel you to a new location, and eventually be available as a summon with a certain shout. If you're hoping for a Dragon mount that will carry you all over the place, you'll be dissapointed

    User Info: melchaios

    melchaios - 5 years ago 1 0
  3. No, You Can Summon Odahviing During The Main Questline And Fight Him In Dragonsreach And Trap Him. He Will Take You To Alduin's Portal To Sovngarde, Which Is Located At The Top Of Skuldafn, After That, You Will Only Be Able To Summon Him To Aid You In Battle. Nothing More. You See Yourself Mounted On The Dragon, About 5 - 10 Seconds Later, You See The Loading Screen. So Don't Get All Excited.
    Bethesda Decided They Would Be Killjoys.

    User Info: Death_Master911

    Death_Master911 - 4 years ago 0 1
  4. Well with a new DLC for xbox and pc users, you will be able to ride a Dragon. To bad we dont even have our first DLC. :(

    User Info: SamuraiNinja11

    SamuraiNinja11 - 4 years ago 1 0
  5. Coming up on the 12 you will be able to if you buy the dlc dragonborn

    User Info: Azto

    Azto - 4 years ago 0 1
  6. To use a dragon in battle you can use the shout you get after Riding Odahving (can't remember how to spell it) and for actually riding a dragon you shoud have the dragonborn DLC. It's 50% OFF in PSN. just 'til tuesday 02/19 maybe.

    User Info: Kishinigami

    Kishinigami - 4 years ago 0 0

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