Readers may want to read my original posts about Dishonored first, and optionally, if spoilers are not a concern, my recent Death Before Dishonor series. As always, you may click on images to view larger versions.
After revisiting Dishonored for the epic saga of Death Before Dishonor, in which I played through the game (twice!) without falling back on saved games to get me out of trouble, I’m finally trying out the story DLCs, which I’ve never played before. The first of these is The Knife of Dunwall, and is notable for having a different protagonist. No longer will I play as Corvo Attano, the silent and rather boring hero of Dishonored. This time, I walk in the shoes of the mysterious Daud, the shadowy assassin who plays an important role in Corvo’s story.
While Death Before Dishonor was full of spoilers, I’m going back to my usual minimal spoiler policy for this, since it’s the first time I’ve ever written about the DLC.