The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine for PC
PC - DLC, Windows

The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine

Nov 21, 2006

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to play.

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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

A fallen King has been unchained from the darkness of Oblivion to seek vengeance upon the Gods who banished him. Only a champion pure of heart can vanquish the evil that has been released upon the land. You must heed the call, reclaim the lost relics of the Divine Crusader, and return the Nine to glory.

This expansion pack to the RPG epic features new dungeons, characters, quests, and mysteries as you reclaim the glory of the Knights of the Nine, traversing the far reaches of Cyrodill across an epic quest line. Battle new foes and discover unique items on your quest. Also included are previously available content, including the Wizard's Tower, Thieves Den, Vile Lair, and Horse Armor.

Gamer Reviews

306 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.94
Greg KasavinDec 04, 2006
Don't expect much in the way of different graphics and sound from what you've already seen in Oblivion, but Knights of the Nine features plenty of new voice acting, a couple of powerful new enemies, and a few new effects. It's mildly disappointing that the Xbox 360 version of Knights of the Nine doesn't include any new unlockable achievements to commemorate your accomplishments, considering the other main quest lines all have achievements tied to them. But all in all, Knights of the Nine gives you a good day or two's worth of questing for a low price. If you haven't played Oblivion in a while, this new quest will be a great reminder of what makes it such a remarkable game.
GamesRadar UKJan 18, 2007
There are no extra lands to explore here (boo!), but you do get to roam Cyrodiil in search of Wayshrines, meet with Pelinal Whitestrake and reinstate a legendary religious order before banishing dark sorcerer Umaril back into the abyss. There’s also a dangerous new foe in the shape of the Aurorans and some sweet new weaponry and armor. Knights of the Nine isn’t in the same league as stellar Morrowind add-ons like Tribunal and Bloodmoon but any fresh reason to revisit the world of Oblivion once again is all right by us…
jkdmediaDec 09, 2006
As far as downloadable content goes, Knights of the Nine is a nice little package that adds a worthwhile quest and more action to this already remarkable game. Yes, it’s a bit on the short side but it’s a compelling quest with all the things we love about the many sub-quests found in the game. Trust me … this one is well worth the money to download.