Oblivion:Knights of the Nine FAQs

Knights of the Nine

GeneralEdit

Is the Priory of the Nine safe for storage?Edit

After The Faithful Squire, when the Priory is cleaned up, all containers in the Priory are safe. However, it is still not a good idea to store ingredients at the Priory. Other Knights of the Nine living at the Priory may take them to eat as part of their eating package.

What are the limitations on my infamy when doing Knights of the Nine quests?Edit

The first mission, Pilgrimage, is designed to reduce your infamy down to 0. If at any time after your character has more than 1 infamy point, you will be unable to equip the Crusader's Relics.

I'm having trouble installing; what should I do?Edit

See Installation Issues.

How much does it cost to purchase Knights of the Nine?Edit

When first released, the price was US$9.99 from the official site, or 800 points on Xbox LIVE marketplace.

In addition to download, there are several other options for obtaining Knights of the Nine:

  • It is included with the original release of Oblivion in the PS3 version of the game.
  • PC users can purchase a boxed version of Knights of the Nine from retail outlets for US$19.99. This boxed version also includes seven other previously released Official Plug-ins, excluding Shivering Isles and Fighter's Stronghold.
  • The GotY edition of Oblivion includes both Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine.
  • The retail disc of Shivering Isles also includes Knights of the Nine.

Items and EquipmentEdit

Does Knights of the Nine add any new items to my game world?Edit

See Knights of the Nine Items.

How is the level of the relics determined?Edit

The level of the relics you receive is determined by your character's level when the plug-in loads. You can also place the relics on the Armor Stand at the Priory of the Nine to reset them to your current level, as well as repair them all to 100, and to recharge the Sword and Mace.

NPCsEdit

Does Knights of the Nine add any new NPCs to my game world?Edit

See Knights of the Nine Creatures and NPCs.

What happens if one of my named Knights dies?Edit

He or she will be replaced with a generic, anonymous Knight of the Nine. However they are not as powerful as the originals, and possess no spells.

Last modified on 6 October 2013, at 01:07