Skyrim: How To Cure Being A Werewolf

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Posted on November 11, 2011, GameFront Staff Skyrim: How To Cure Being A Werewolf

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Being a werewolf ain’t easy, as our “How To Become A Werewolf” page makes abundantly clear. If you don’t want to be a werewolf anymore, or just took one too many scratches from a random werewolf, this is where you’ll find the cure. Just surviving in Skyrim isn’t going to be easy, you might want to check out our massive text and video walkthrough. Or, if you’re looking for more specialty articles to discover the secrets behind Skyrim, stop by our cheats page.

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How To Cure Being A Werewolf

  1. First, you’ll need to join the Companions. If you’re already a werewolf, you should know them by now. Check out “How To Join The Companions” for more information on The Companions.
  2. Finish their line of quests. When you’re done, talk to the leader of the Companions — Kodlak, or ask around about a cure for werewolves. Speaking with Aela the Huntress in Whiterun will also tell you more about the Companion’s affliction.
  3. The Companions will offer you a special quest that will cure your lycanthropy — this is a permanent change, you’ll never be able to become a werewolf again. If that’s what you want, take the quest and complete it.
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