The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine - PC
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- Players can join a new faction and found their own order of holy knights - leading them into battle against a sorcerer-king and his demonic minions while exploring massive dungeons and searching for legendary relics - the holy armor and weapons of the Divine Crusader.
- Knights of the Nine features an all-new faction and quests for noble characters and answers many of the questions surrounding the Ayleid ruins found throughout Oblivion.
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This DVD includes not just the Knights of the Nine expansion, but all the previous expansion releases available online including the horse armor pack, the Orrery, Wizard's Tower, Vile Lair, Thieves Den, Mehrunes' Razor, and Spell Tomes. For what you get, the $20 asking price is not a bad deal at all.
Horse Armor: Well, it does make your horse look cooler. That's nice from an aesthetic point-of-view, but I thought it was kind of silly that you get it for free as a "marketing ploy". Items like this are always much more fun if you have to do a little work to get them, or at least cough up some serious dough.
The Orrery: This quest involves running around to different bandit camps, collecting items from the freshly slain carcasses of your foes, and delivering these to Bothiel at the Arcane University. Bandits aren't too tough, so this task doesn't take too long, althoug it does make you travel over some terrain you might otherwise have missed. This simple quest (ten minutes tops) gets you into the Orrery, the mysterious locked door in the entry tower of the Arcane University. Once in, you're treated to some neat graphics but the payoff is rather lame. You get to change your birthsign or something. I didn't want to do that so I didn't see much value in it.
The Wizards Tower: I like the Wizards Tower and found myself using it as my primary base for my loot.Read more ›
Also included in this pack, are the previous downloadable content such as Frostcrag Spire, the Thieves Den, and Deepscorn Hollow. All lairs for different character types. Also, is the horse armor and the long dungeon-delving quest for Mehrunes Razor, a legendary blade. And lastly, while you are exploring the dungeons in your game, you may come across spell tomes that will teach new spells for your character to use.
I seriously suggest buying this pack, it is well worth your money.
So let's pick Knights apart, piece by piece, shall we?
1. The twenty-plus minute load time. What's up with that? Oblivion in its entirety took about five minutes to load. When I started the install, it took so long to actually do anything I thought my computer froze.
2. Content. My opinion here is all over the map, but frankly, overall, the expansion is a trifle disappointing.
* The Crusader/Knights of the Nine Faction quest - Pretty nifty; about as good as any of the guild or miscellaneous quests in Oblivion.Read more ›
The other programs on the disk include an incredible tower in the mountains (near Bruma) for wizard types (especially alchemy users), a "den" for thief types and another "den" for vampire and/or assassin types. There's also armor available for your horse and a way to repair a big Dwarven machine locked away in the Mage's Guild tower (affects your attributes for a short time -- good for fighter types mainly). All in all, a fine addition to the game. Just wish there was more.
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Has so much more to add to the Oblivion experience. New quests, new places to live and one of them even contains a means to cure vampirism, which is a pest to have to cure without... Read morePublished 11 months ago by D7
good lord i'm STILL playing oblivion thanks to this expansion pack !
there is alot to it and well worth the small amount of money.
Part of one of my favorite RPG series of games.Published 14 months ago by George and Anna Forrester
My family and I really enjoyed Knights of the Nine, but we did not think it lasted long enough; the adventures is what I am referring toPublished on December 12, 2013 by R. Curtis
I can't use this game because I can't dwnld. the code as I have windows 7 You should warn folks of this. Because now I won't be buying anymore games at Amazon.Published on February 4, 2011 by David J. Hale
Oblivion has been in market circulation for a couple of years now however for those of you who are new to RPGs or the Elder Scrolls series then this addon to Oblivion is great in... Read morePublished on August 6, 2009 by Murat Tekin K
This game is quite fun. It seems to be 20-30 hours of extra game time depending on how fast you want to get through it. Read morePublished on April 3, 2009 by Heavenshounds
This add-on is indeed terrific fun. There are so many more facets to the World of Oblivion to explore, and this is simply one of them. Read morePublished on December 16, 2008 by Jim C.