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The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine - PC

Platform : Windows XP
Rated: Mature
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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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Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - Knights of the Nine includes all the Oblivion downloadable content released to date: Horse Armor, The Orrery, Wizard's Tower, Vile Lair, Thieves Den, Mehrunes' Razor, and Spell Tomes. There's also a new faction and quests for noble characters that will answer the questions surrounding the Ayleid ruins found throughout Oblivion. 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.

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  • ASIN: B000JGU0VE
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 21, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,947 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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104 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Colin P. Lindsey VINE VOICE on December 18, 2006
Being somewhat obsessed with Oblivion according to my charming fiance, I ordered this expansion pack from Oblivion the day it was released, skipped work on Friday, and played it non-stop until I had sucked every last bit of enjoyment from it. That, in a nutshell, is both the good and bad news. The expansion is very enjoyable. It can also be played through in a few hours.

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.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Forrest on November 26, 2006
The Knights of the Nine downloadable content is a very entertaining add-on to the story of the already excellently made Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Many were disapointed with the main story to Oblivion, but Knights of the Nine more than makes up for it. Whether you enjoyed the main story or was unsatisfied, I can guarantee you Knights of the Nine will be entertaining. Challanging puzzles, dungeons, and battles await you as you try to restore a lost order of knights. Recruit members to become knights of your order and have them follow you on quests, or dungeon-romps.

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.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Rienecker on January 12, 2007
Boy, oh, boy, did I get excited for this expansion to the great Elder Scrolls IV, Oblivion. Knights of the Nine offers the Oblivion addict expanded content featuring a major new quest, along with new items, locations and NPC characters, and heralds extended game play totaling anywhere between 5 to 20 + hours. Bethesda even upgraded the graphics to enhance an already visually stunning game. I could hardly wait. When Christmas morning came I immediately reverted back to my primal kid, feverishly tearing open wrapping paper until I was turning the box over and over in my sweaty hands. I hardly bothered to say thanks for all the sweaters and socks, that, frankly, I don't know why anyone gives as gifts. As soon as the last of the eggnog had been washed down the kitchen drain, I loaded this baby onto my computer and started playing...

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.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Vappour on March 12, 2007
This expansion pack adds much needed new content -- especially for people who have been playing Oblivion for a while. Knights of the Nine is the major feature of the group of programs on the disk. This series of quests allows your character to form a new faction, acquire some new armor (enchanted) and weapons (enchanted) and meet some strong new enemies ("ancient" Ayelids). For a high level character, these guys are the most powerful enemies in the game (a welcome challenge). They have many, many hit points and can cast a powerful shock spell (the kind that lasts a few seconds). (The "boss" Ayelid is not much, however). Keep in mind you become a truly "good guy" if you take this quest. I lost all my hard earned infamy points (Dark Brotherhood). My favorite quest, however, is Mehrune's Razor. In pursuit of the weapon, you enter a huge underground area (mine) -- so big there is even an entire underground village in one section. I especially liked it because it connects back to Morrowind (the "enemies" are from there) and is very nostalgic for people who played that game. It's a Dunmer army led by a rogue Telvanni wizard. You can also end up with some of the best armor in the game from a captured Morag Tong prisoner (alone worth the price of the expansion).

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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