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Do I have to become a werewolf to continue with the Companions?

Discussion in 'Skyrim Help' started by screeg, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. screeg New Member

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    The third quest already has me going to the Underforge to get diseased. Is this necessary to continue? Pisses me off because I wanted to get some Archery training from whatsherface, but now she's stuck in werewolf mode.
  2. Pestilence Uneducated guesses since 1983

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    Yes, you must participate in the blood ritual to continue. However, your given the opportunity to cure your Lycanthropy during a later quest (warning: this quest may be glitched, as quite a few people are unable to rid themselves of this disease). Aela will return to normal after your next quest or two, I can't recall exactly what happens. I do know that after Glory of the Dead is over, all Companions are available for training, as well as followers/spouses.
  3. NikolaTesla Admiral Sunna Kyndai

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    being a werewolf is pretty awesome, it doesn't affect gameplay too much either. it just means you are 100% resistant to diseases, even Vampirism!
  4. SkyrenRyuu Member

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    I like being a Werewolf....Bad news about them.
    1: If someone see's you transform you get a 1000bounty.
    2: Stuck in 3rd person.
    3: Can i only heal by feeding on dead enemies. Humanoids like, Lizzard People. Nords, Bretons, etc etc...
    4:Can't look at stats of player or even the map.
    5: Cant loot stuff but can still open doors.
  5. Finalchrono Time Bandit

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    Hold up, I was just about to do this quest too. So, if I do take the quest its simply an on/off switch thing to become werewolf right?
  6. I_I_Z_I_I New Member

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    Yep, "On and off" It is.

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