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With my first character, I had to go put a beating on a guy who was walking Blancherive, the second time in a woman in a bar. But it can also be quests outside the city, with bugs or heads to knock out bandits. Nothing nasty.


Submitted:Feb 29, 2012    Reads: 6    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


In real life, everyone knows that being a vampire, it's much more fun that being a werewolf. It was a much more sophisticated sexuality and if only one is nocturnal, they live very well with the virus as shown by the documentary True Blood or Buffy.

Bethesda does not seem to see things that way. To summarize, in Skyrim, being a werewolf is a bonus. Being a vampire is a disease.

What is top with Skyrim is that I feel I'll be able to offer gambling guides for at least a year. This is the first.

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How to become a werewolf? You can imagine that what follows is a little spoiler in. If you want to book a good big surprises in the middle of a quest for a faction, I urge you not to continue reading this news.

Access to the series of quests that will take you to lycanthropy rather quickly. Arriving in Blancherive simply. In a farm, you see a fight between a giant and humans. You can participate in combat. At your level (2 or 3 at the time of party), you should wear symbolic strokes. Once felled the giant, you can talk to some of the fighters, or Aela Farkas, if I remember correctly. They explain that they are companions and you can join their guild Blancherive. The area of ‚Äč‚Äčcompanions located east of the city. You can spot the place from afar because there are a huge rock in the shape of an eagle in town. Once there, you go to an NPC to another, this should get you to talk to all the companions. These comings and goings will be punctuated by a training session during which you will need a beating to Vilkas. You have earned your stripes and at the end of this false mission, you'll even get a chirp among the Companions.

Then, talk to one of the Companions and tell him that you are looking for work. Again, you have something very simple to perform. I think it's about the breaking of jaws, necessarily. With my first character, I had to go put a beating on a guy who was walking Blancherive, the second time in a woman in a bar. But it can also be quests outside the city, with bugs or heads to knock out bandits. Nothing nasty.





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