Skyrim talk:Dawnguard Creatures
 Mist Man and Mistman
While Mist Man is indeed an enemy type added by Dawnguard, it apparently is never actually encountered in-game: just in the game's files. Mistman is the enemy actually encountered.
Shouldn't Mist Man, then, be listed as something other than "found in the Soul Cairn"? — Unsigned comment by Derejin (talk • contribs) at 21:29 on 14 July 2012
- You have a good point about the way it was described. I went back to a save before the Soul Cairn, and the Mistmen I saw there definitely don't have the space in the name, so I've gone ahead and changed the description for the Mist Man and added a VN tag. Unfortunately, we probably won't know if/when/where that version is encountered until the PC version comes out, so the VN tag will likely remain for a while. ABCface◥ 21:54, 14 July 2012 (UTC)
 Armored Trolls
Currently the Armored Troll links to a page that talks about all kinds of monsters, and there is only a minor footnote about them in the Trolls section. Shouldn't these followers have their own follower page, like every other follower does? Specifically, Gunmar talks about them like they have some special behaviors regarding who they will attack and how long they can be left alone, and it would be good to have some more detailed information on this. -Trogdor — Unsigned comment by 188.8.131.52 (talk) at 22:03 on 2 January 2013
After going through the updated and revised official guide book of skyrim, I noticed werewolves and all versions of werewolves are listed as new creatures added by Dawnguard. So while vanilla skyrim may not have counted them (silver hand cages) as true creatures, dawnguard sure does. Maybe they should be listed with the others instead of in the foot notes. --Winch1990 (talk) 19:04, 28 January 2013 (GMT)