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How to Become a Werewolf in ESO

Posted: Mar 02, 2022

Posted: Mar 02, 2022

Source:  IGGM

Becoming a werewolf in The Elder Scrolls Online isn't as difficult as you might think. In-game missions do just that. Werewolves and vampires from The Elder Scrolls series have been seen in almost every mainline entry so far. The Elder Scrolls Online features werewolves in multiple locations and storylines throughout Tamriel and gives players the ability to gain werewolf abilities as well. Becoming a werewolf in The Elder Scrolls Online grants various passive abilities and unlocks new skill lines related to the disease. While Vampirism is associated with Magicka, Lycanthropy is primarily associated with Stamina, although there are some abilities and transformations that change the resources used. Werewolves in The Elder Scrolls Online have gained several new abilities, primarily based on their beast shapeshifting, which is activated by an ultimate included in the new skill tree. Activating this ultimate terrifies nearby enemies and increases total stamina and regeneration as well as overall armor and movement speed. The skill line includes abilities like Raid that quickly bring the target closer, as well as Impaling Howl and Contagion Claw, both of which are very powerful damage-oriented abilities. A downside of being a werewolf is that most of their abilities are considered criminal and reward bounties. Another thing to keep in mind is that conversions are limited to werewolf skills, so be prepared to do a lot of light and heavy attacks as you level up. If you want to improve the werewolf skill line, players must kill in the transformed state, and will not naturally increase with professional skills like vampires. There are three ways to become a werewolf in The Elder Scrolls Online: talk to Thoreki, get infected by a player, or buy Pain from the Crown Store. This requires a certain amount of ESO Gold, and the last method is very simple to infect other players because werewolves can be transferred in the game: send a message to Zone Chat in popular areas (Vvardenfell, Leyawiin, etc.) Go to the ceremony site and bite your person, and consider tipping them something in return.

Alternatively, players can sign up to become Werewolf from NPCs in Bangkorai, Reaper's March, and The Rift (same area of the Discovery Ritual Site). If you can't find a werewolf to infect you at night, look for an NPC named Thoreki in Evermore, Rawl'kha, or Riften. He can help you start the werewolf questline. The above are all the ways to become a werewolf, I hope it can help everyone.


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