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Dawnstar is the second game in The Elder Scrolls Travels series of games for mobile phones. It is the direct sequel to The Elder Scrolls Travels: Stormhold.

The city of Dawnstar has been besieged by the Ice Tribes after one of the champions of the city turned traitorous. Amidst the battle, the governor of Dawnstar banished his four champions, Alhavara, Beatrice, Chung and Delacroix, not being able to single out the traitor. He has hired you for a mere 50 septims to find who is the traitor and return with the three loyal champions to turn the tide of the battle against the Ice Tribes.

The Elder Scrolls Travels: Dawnstar, just like Stormhold is a first person dungeon crawler where you create a custom character from a selection of classes; Barbarian, Battlemage, Knight, Nightblade, Rogue, Sorcerer and Spellsword, each with varying skills and abilities. In the dungeons below Dawnstar, you can talk to NPCs, shop for items, find treasure and kill enemies to better yourself with weapons and spells for the upcoming battle against traitor.


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The Elder Scrolls Travels: Dawnstar Other A creature from the Dawnstar installment of the Elder Scrolls Travels. Here it is from a very large version created for a "standee" (a large cardboard "cutout" ) for E3. It came close to being six feet tall!
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The Elder Scrolls Travels: Dawnstar Other The three eyed versions are closer in feel to the Elder Scrolls Troll, which originally appeared in Arena. There was a more "insect" like quality to those which I tried to incorporate.

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