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[font="'lucida sans unicode', 'lucida grande', sans-serif;"]I no want to be a vampire![/font]

[font="'lucida sans unicode', 'lucida grande', sans-serif;"]  How to stop it!!![/font]


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First of all, we have a fantastic vampire guide for just these kinds of questions.



If you fight a vampire, there is a chance you'll be infected with Sanguinare Vampiris. After getting this disease, you'll turn into a vampire in 3 days. If you haven't turned into a vampire yet, then the disease can be cured by...

    [*]Drinking a Cure Disease potion (buyable in an alchemy store if they stock them)
    [*]Praying at an altar or temple (located in pretty much any major city)
    [*]Asking a Vigilant of Stendarr to heal you (off the top of my head, I'm not sure where these guys are. You are better off doing the 2nd option)

    If you have already turned into a vampire, then you'll have to work a bit harder to get a cure.

      [*]Make sure you aren't at Stage 4 Vampirisim. If you are, feed on somebody to lower you back to 1.
      [*]Talk to any innkeeper about a cure
      [*]This begins the quest Rising Dawn more information on this quest in the guide.

      Alternatively, you can turn yourself into a werewolf, but that is just silly.



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It seems Blake has beaten me to the answer.


As long as the disease hasn't turned you into a vampire yet, it can be cured with a potion or shrine, just like any other disease.

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