Skyrim Dragonborn: Werewolf Rings (Bloodlust, Instinct, Hunt, Moon)
Being a werewolf isn’t easy in Skyrim, but these all new rings found in the Dragonborn expansion will give your animal-side a boost. If you haven’t turned yourself into one of these howling beasts, check out how to become a werewolf. When you’re tired of that, you can always figure out how to cure being a werewolf with our guide. But, if you’re happy with your life as a walking monster, why not see how to empower yourself in Dragonborn with the rings described below, or see how you can gain new werewolf perks in Dawnguard.
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How to find the New Werewolf Rings
- Travel to Frostmoon Crag, found in the snowy areas north and slightly easy of Raven Rock, down a long mountain corridor.
- Look for a small group of settlers around a fire, inside a large open-mouth cavern. Talk to Majni.
- If you’re a werewolf (but not currently in Beast Form) Majni will recognize you have the gift of Hircine. He’ll offer to sell you special rings that enhance your abilities while in werewolf form.
Werewolf Rings – Effects
- Ring of Bloodlust:
While in Beast Form, your attacks do 50% more damage, but you also take %50 more damage.
- Ring of Instinct:
When you enter Beast Form, the world around you seems to slow for 20 seconds.
- Ring of the Hunt:
While in Beast Form, your health regenerates.
- Ring of the Moon:
Increases the duration of your howls by 25%.