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Is there a limit on how many Dragon Souls you can store? A couple of times after a battle, the dragon does not give me a soul and doesn't even disintegrate. Most times this happens I'll have at least 1-4 souls in my inventory.

  • not giving soul is a bug, though a minor one, and no limit I know of, if there is it's probably around 2 billion (American). – ewanm89 Apr 30 '12 at 9:55
  • I think this can happen if you search his body before the soul is added. – Shadow The Princess Wizard Apr 30 '12 at 11:30
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If a respawned Dragon is killed again (as in, those that rest atop Word Walls outside of dungeons), it will not yield any Dragon Souls.

(source: elderscrolls wikia)

It's possible you killed one of these respawning Dragon. Do you remember if this happened at a World Wall?

There's also a link of known bugs on that page.

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I can't imagine so, I have at least 30 souls on my inventory, so I havent seen any indication of a limit

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A couple of times after a battle, the dragon does not give me a soul and doesn't even disintegrate.

This issue should have been fixed as of Patch 1.2:

Fixed rare issue with dragons not properly giving souls after death

Souls of killed dragons should always be absorbed by the player character (spoiler: except when you currently have a particular set of Dragonborn DLC quests active). There a bug, though, regarding respawned dragons not giving up souls after death. This has been fixed by the Unofficial Skyrim Patch:

Fixed some encounter dragons not burning up nor giving the player a soul when slain (respawned dragons were not being properly reset)

 
(Parts of this answer are from an answer of mine in another question here.)

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There's not. I have about 25, but like that other guy said, respawned dragons will not give you their souls.

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In this period of 2017 Skyrim should have no limit of the dragon souls, I personally have 42 dragon souls. So in case you were In 2013 or 2014 I may be off on the knowledge.

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