You get the blood dragon armor as a Dwarf noble but as you are stripped from everything very early in the game you lose it. To get it back, simply save game, disable the blood dragon armor DLC, force load, then save game, re-enable the DLC and you should have the blood dragon plate.
I removed the above information because it's false. I've played a Dwarven Noble on multiple occasions, and on the 360 version, none of the DLC items I had at that point (Blood Dragon Chest, Feral Wolf Charm, and Memory Band) were ever removed from my inventory. Things may be different on the other versions, but I have no way of testing that, so I'm assuming that things are the same for now.Swk3000 19:03, November 28, 2009 (UTC)
- I can confirm this bug, and will add this statement back to the article. I use the Steam CE version.
My chest plate has the wrong stats
When i loaded my game and looked at the armor after downloading the code my armor is only a + 6 defense and + 30 health as bonus effects. Im kinda lost on what happened.
- The same thing happened to me. I created a new game to see what the stats are when you start with the item and the stats were the same then too. Perhaps the original stats were rebalanced to these values. At any rate, i'm updating the article to reflect the in game data.Tetracycloide 04:41, December 9, 2009 (UTC)
- Soon (quite soon), everything will be generated automatically and we can hopefully nail all this down for good. - Pwr905 05:43, December 9, 2009 (UTC)
Bug or Just Me?
I really don't know if there's a problem here, since I haven't heard any others complain of similar issues. My Blood Dragon Armor seems to have missing textures when placed on a female elf. Anyone else have the same issues, or is this just me? Magnus101 23:49, December 16, 2009 (UTC)