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How to become a Werewolf in ESO Guide

Welcome to the ESO Werewolf Guide on How to become a Werewolf. You may have wondered how to become a Werewolf and wondered which possible ways there are. This guide will hopefully help you find the answers you have been looking for! If you are looking for skills, please visit the Werewolf skill line page.

In order to become a Werewolf in ESO you have to get bitten by a Werewolf. Which may sound easier as it is because it can’t just be any Werewolf roaming around in Tamriel. In total there’s three ways to get infected. We will list all three ways here and recommend which may be the easiest for you.

Lycanthropy, the affliction which makes you a Werewolf, is also known as Sanies Lupinus. It is an affliction your character can catch that has benefits and drawbacks. Before you can be a Werewolf in ESO, you need to be infected. Once you have this debuff in your character sheet, you have to complete a quest in order to turn into a full Werewolf in ESO.

1. Crown Store Method on how to become a Werewolf in ESO


The first and easiest way to become a Werewolf is by buying it in the Crown Store in ESO. It costs a total of 1500 Crowns when it isn’t on sale. That is a lot and usually not worth it because the other two ways cost nothing or not much at all and only a bit of gold and it takes around 20 minutes to finish the process together with the quest.

Crown Store Werewolf Upgrade in ESO

2. Infection from Werewolf NPCs Method to become a WW in ESO

There’s three spawn locations for Werewolf NPCs in Tamriel which can infect you with Sanies Lupinus. These are in Bangkorai, The Rift and Reaper’s March. Unfortunately, these NPCs aren’t always there. They only appear at certain times. They only spawn at night, and only during the full moon. Once you become infected you should go to a nearby Wayshrine where you can start the quest Hircine’s Gift. After having done the quest you will be a fully fletched Werewolf.

Werewolf NPC spawns in Tamriel in ESO

3. Infection from Players Method (recommended) to become a Werewolf in ESO

The easiest and cheapest way to become a Werewolf is to get infected by another player. If you aren’t part of a guild, or if you don’t know anyone that can infect you, you can usually start to ask in zone chat of larger cities or in the zones where you can find Werewolf shrines. Sometimes a player may charge you a few thousand gold, but that is easily earned or you can ask other players to help you out.

Werewolf shrines in ESO

As soon as you have been bitten by either an NPC or by a player, you will have to go to one of the Werewolf shrines and start the quest.

We hope you found the How to become a Werewolf Guide in ESO (Elder Scrolls Online) useful.



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