Hey if the Dragonborn had a child he/she would be able to shout correct?

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User Info: The_Ivory_Man

The_Ivory_Man
4 years ago#1
Just asking.

User Info: GriffRoberts

GriffRoberts
4 years ago#2
I don't think Dragon Souls are hereditary.
Maybe every time the Dovahkiin blows his load, it costs a Dragon Soul.

User Info: darkportal785

darkportal785
4 years ago#3
Only if he/she was a Nord.
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User Info: RebelElite791

RebelElite791
4 years ago#4
If he was a Nord. Otherwise no.

But I'm fairly sure you know that.
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User Info: The_Ivory_Man

The_Ivory_Man
4 years ago#5
Yeah, I knew about the Nord thing but I was just wondering if they could be trained in the ways of the Dragonborn

User Info: auldfharte

auldfharte
4 years ago#6
Don't think so, unless descended from Nords, and could learn to shout like average Nord, with lots of dedication. But not DB abilities. I think that's a special soul/gift from Akatosh.
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User Info: gunsndroses

gunsndroses
4 years ago#8
If you're asking if the child could readily learn and use shouts like it's nbd, then no. The soul of a dragon isn't hereditary.

User Info: davelicious

davelicious
4 years ago#9
Were the septims supposed to be nords? Cause they certainly seemed to gain their dragonborn nature through heredity. I assumed they were imperials... at least in the case of uriel and martin in TESIV anyway.
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User Info: Scorch3000

Scorch3000
4 years ago#10
davelicious posted...
Were the septims supposed to be nords? Cause they certainly seemed to gain their dragonborn nature through heredity. I assumed they were imperials... at least in the case of uriel and martin in TESIV anyway.


Tiber Septim/Talos was a nord, but though years of living in Cyrodill and having children with Imperials would make them Imperial with a Nordic ancestory. Potema the wolf queen was a nord member of the septim family i belive.
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