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Topic: Dragons, Cats, and the Dark Arts – The Elder Scrolls Onlin...
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We st down with Rich Lambert, Creative Director at Zenimax Online Studios to talk about The Elder Scrolls Online's next cat-tastic and dragon-fabulous expansion - Elsewyr.

“In Elder Scrolls Online they're still big, they're still badass, and they're still these incredibly cool creatures,” Rich Lambert, Creative Director Zenimax Online Studios tells me. Of course, we’re discussing the arrival of dragons, coming as part of the long-running title’s next expansion – Elseweyr. Which will see Elder Scrolls Online players travelling to the land of the Khajiit, aka home of the giant cat people, for a brand-new adventure. Dragons, like the Khajiit, are a major part of Elder Scrolls lore, but their depiction and presence are intrinsically tied to a single Elder Scrolls release – 2011’s The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Dragons as depicted in Skyrim were a key part of a grand supernatural story that dealt with special mythical dragon abilities and a line of long-lost Dragon whisperers called the Dovahkiin. In Elder Scrolls Online, the inclusion of dragons is being handled a little differently. “They're going to be more difficult for players to deal with because nobody's Dovahkiin,” Rich adds. “You won’t have that toolkit where you can absorb shouts and learn the dragon language and what not.” That said, the team at Zenimax Online Studios worked closely with Bethesda Game Studios to ensure that their interpretation of dragons both fits the lore and still feels like Elder Scrolls.

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