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how to no longer be a vampire
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Posted January 21, 2012 - 04:41 PM
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Posted January 21, 2012 - 04:46 PM
In order to cure Vampirism, you need to complete Falion's quest, which can be started by speaking to him in Morthal. We have a good guide on this subject that explains how to cure vampirism. You should probably start there; we'll be happy to answer if you have any questions remaining after reading the guide. :)If your issue is that all NPC's are hostile towards you, it's because you're a stage 4 vampire and must feed on a sleeping NPC to revert to stage 1. After that, you wll be able to start the quest. It's covered in the guide as well.______You should consider creating an account here. It comes with several benefits, and also makes it much easier for you to post questions and answers. It's completely free!
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