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What is a werewolf in Skyrim?
Werewolves are individuals who assume wolf -like characteristics during the full moon (or in some cases, at will). While first appearing in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, werewolves are featured more prominently in The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon. Werewolves also appear in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Can werewolves still get diseases in Skyrim?
In Skyrim, this is only true for Sanguinare Vampiris, while other diseases may (rarely) still be caught. Other abilities: All effects that are gained through quests and other methods but are not racial, like spell resistance, still affect Werewolves. Immunity to Vampires: A vampire cannot drink the blood of a sleeping Werewolf.
How long does it take to turn into a werewolf in Skyrim?
The werewolf transformation itself will only last 2.5 minutes of real-world time. To extend this transformation time, you will need to 鈥榝eed鈥?on the human or human-like corpses. To 鈥榝eed,鈥?you need to find a corpse and activate it by pressing your loot button.
How do I become a werewolf companion?
Follow their questline toward becoming a Companion until you reach The Silver Hand quest. It is here that you can choose to partake in a secret ritual, in which you drink another werewolf’s blood to turn you into a werewolf. Take note that if you do not want to commit (it is reversible with a cure), the quest will not advance.