I'm just wondering if I beat the game and bethesda did a damned good job making gameplay continue without interruption, or if I barely scraped the surface.
I beat the **** out of alduin and he exploded, the other dragon with an annoying name (leader of the greybeards) talked to me about it, while a bunch of dragons circled around me on top of the mountain. Then the red dragon with an even more annoying name talked to me and now I can summon him to kick people's asses for me.
As far as "Dragonborn" and destined to beat up alduin goes, the game seems to end there.
But I still have tons of important looking quests, like helping that septimus guy open the box (and some weird retard-sounding purple cloud talked to me about it too), that stuff is related to elder scrolls so it seems to be main-quest-like... due to the title of the series and all. But nothing is even pushin me to that direction, unlike with fighting Alduin where ever since the greybeards summoned you, you were led down a path that led you through that quest.
So now I'm confused.
At the same time I kind of like it though, I'm literally doing whatever I want and have no idea what I should or shouldn't do next.
(if you didn't don't watch the whole thing obviously)
Yeah that's the one I was saying exploded.
When you complete this part though, there's still tons going on in the world like wars, and dragons are still around, and there's the whole elder scrolls part too.
Maybe I'm just too used to Fallout where they made a cutscene at the end that talked about all the things you did.