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The player character is Dragonborn and is typically referred to as such. The Dragonborn can be male or female, from one of ten races. Each of the ten races has, in addition to a bonus for certain skills, a power specific to their race - for example, Nords start with a bonus to several martial skills, and the ability to intimidate enemies for a short period. The player can recruit one NPC at a time as a follower, who can travel and fight with the Dragonborn; there are forty-five available followers in the base game, with thirteen more added in the downloadable expansions.
Dawnguard was the first downloadable add-on for Skyrim, revolving around a battle between the Dawnguard and Clan Volkihar. The Dawnguard are a band of vampire hunters who rely on the use of crossbow weapons in their pursuit against Clan Volkihar, a family of vampires. Early in Dawnguard's quest line, players must choose which of the two factions to join forces with. Dawnguard adds new content to the game, including weapons, spells, and armor, and expands the abilities afforded to players who choose to become either a vampire or a werewolf. It adds two new areas to explore outside of the mainland of Skyrim: the Soul Cairn (a plane of the realm of Oblivion) and the Forgotten Vale (a secluded glacial valley). Dawnguard released on the Xbox 360 in English-speaking territories on June 26, 2012, and in European countries in mid-July 2012. It was released for Windows on August 2, 2012, via the digital distribution platform Steam. Performance issues on the PlayStation 3 hampered Dawnguard's release on that platform. It was released on the PlayStation 3 on February 26, 2013, in North America, and on February 27, 2013, in Europe.
Exult needs the so called SFX packs to enable sound effects for Ultima VII.You have to download separate packs for each game as order of the SFX in BGand SI varies a bit and otherwise will sound odd. However there is a littleissue with SFX playback in SI: In combat the SFX may be a little wrong as westill haven't figured out all the data in the 'weapons.dat'.Also Exult doesn't yet playback all the SFX that the original did.
You can also write your own autonotes and override the ones that come with Exult.For BG download For SI download Then change the setting in exult.cfg to point at the path of these files instead of being set to (default).Example:
To install Ultima VII with DOSBox, download and install DOSBox from ://dosbox.com. Make a new folder in your C:\\ drive called Exult.Insert Disk 1 in your floppy drive, start DOSBox and type the following:mount c C:\\Exultmount a a:\\ -t floppya:install
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