Skyrim: Dawnguard – Werewolf Perks Tree

Vampires might be the villains, or potential allies, of the new DLC for Skyrim but the werewolves aren’t forgotten. The furry monsters have a full set of perks to unlock, you just need to eat the hearts of your enemies. As a horrible creature you’ll need to beware towns and friendly people while transformed, but in the forests of the all new landmass in Dawnguard you’ll have free reign to gobble up monsters and wandering bandits. The more hearts you eat, the more perks you’ll unlock. Check out what skills you’ll unlock, and what requirements are for each right here.

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Werewolf Perks

Note: Contents subject to change as more information is released.

To gain new Werewolf perks, consume the heart of a defeated enemy while transformed. This applies to any level.

Bestial Strength

  • Requirement: N/A
  • Level 1: Do 25% more damage as a werewolf.
  • Level 2: No Description
  • Level 3: No Description
  • Level 4: No Description

Totem of Ice Brothers

  • Requirement: Bestial Strength
  • No Description

Totem of the Predator

  • Requirement: Bestial Strength
  • No Description

Totem of Terror

  • Requirement: Bestial Strength
  • Werewolf Howl of Terror affects even higher level creatures.

Totem of the Moon

  • Requirement: Totem of Ice Brothers
  • Summon an ally werewolf with a howl.

Animal Vigor

  • Requirement: Bestial Strength
  • 100 point bonus to health and stamina in beast form.


  • Requirement: Animal Vigor
  • Feeding heals twice as much health.

Savage Feeding

  • Requirement: Gorging
  • No Description

[Info and image via Xbox 360 Achievements and The Elder Scrolls Wiki]

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1 Comment on Skyrim: Dawnguard – Werewolf Perks Tree


On June 17, 2012 at 3:15 am

The images for the perk trees are originally from the elder scrolls wiki. I know this because it was me who photoshopped them for the wiki. Could you please reference the wiki as your source?