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so later on when you are a vampire what are the benefits?   in my main character i did the companions quests and became a werewolf which unless you have the update and download for the werewolf perks makes it nearly useless unless you like going beast mode in the tundra and killing everything in site.    but whats the powers and things for a vampire and what quest types do you do.



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Unlike werewolves, vampires have disadvantages as well as advantages. There are four stages of vampirism, and you progress to the next stage each day you go without feeding on a sleeping NPC. Don't worry, it doesn't harm them. When you feed, you return to level one. Each level, your powers grow stronger, but so do your weaknesses.For advantages:Frost Resistance (Current vamp lvl x25%, with Dawnguard it's 10% + current vamp lvl x10%)Life drain destruction spell (stronger with each vamp lvl)Stronger illusion spells (Current vamp lvl x25%)Night vision (unlocked at stage 3)Once a day zombie spell (stronger with each vamp lvl)Once a day illusion spell (unlocked at stage 2)Once a day invisibility spell (unlocked at stage 4)100% disease resistance100% poison resistance (passes cap, it's actually about 85%)Harder to detect while sneaking (Current vamp lvl x25%)Vampire Lord form (with Dawnguard)Now for disadvantages:Weakness to fire (Current vamp lvl x25%, with Dawnguard it's 10% + current vamp lvl x10%)No regeneration in sunlightPenalty to health, stamina, magicka while in sunlight (stronger with each vamp lvl)NPCs attack you on sight at stage 4 (not with Dawnguard)



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FUUUUUUUUUCCCCCK  well i guess ive seen the werewolf so now ill see what the vamp looks.     hmmmm an orc vamp.....this should be fun



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Unlike werewolves, vampires have disadvantages as well as advantages. There are four stages of vampirism, and you progress to the next stage each day you go without feeding on a sleeping NPC. Don't worry, it doesn't harm them. When you feed, you return to level one. Each level, your powers grow stronger, but so do your weaknesses.For advantages:Frost Resistance (Current vamp lvl x25%, with Dawnguard it's 10% + current vamp lvl x10%)Life drain destruction spell (stronger with each vamp lvl)Stronger illusion spells (Current vamp lvl x25%)Night vision (unlocked at stage 3)Once a day zombie spell (stronger with each vamp lvl)Once a day illusion spell (unlocked at stage 2)Once a day invisibility spell (unlocked at stage 4)100% disease resistance100% poison resistance (passes cap, it's actually about 85%)Harder to detect while sneaking (Current vamp lvl x25%)Vampire Lord form (with Dawnguard)Now for disadvantages:Weakness to fire (Current vamp lvl x25%, with Dawnguard it's 10% + current vamp lvl x10%)No regeneration in sunlightPenalty to health, stamina, magicka while in sunlight (stronger with each vamp lvl)NPCs attack you on sight at stage 4 (not with Dawnguard)

What a bummer u cant go shopping. & how would u get quests when u r not interacting w/ others ??



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What a bummer u cant go shopping. & how would u get quests when u r not interacting w/ others ??

You wait until nighttime, sneak into someone's house, and feed on them. That resets you to level 1 vampirism, which means people won't attack you until you reach level 4 again.



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ok. thats not 2 bad. can u feed on yr spouse or housecaral ?



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ok. thats not 2 bad. can u feed on yr spouse or housecaral ?

You can, as a matter of fact. If you have a follower with you, you can command them to sleep in a bed and feed on them, as well! If you have Dawnguard, you make a choice of siding between vampires and vampire hunters. (I know it's a spoiler, but c'mon, everyone knows that already.) If you side with the vampires, they offer potions of blood that you can drink on the go, though I still prefer joining the vampire hunters.



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TY 4 the info. :wink:






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