How to change back to a werewolf after becoming a vampire?

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4 years ago#1
So yea how do you become a werewolf again after becoming a vampire in dawnguard. Also once you change to being a werewolf is it possible to then become a vampire again or what?
4 years ago#2
That'll teach you damn kids to watch Twilight.
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4 years ago#3
bibfortuna25 posted...
That'll teach you damn kids to watch Twilight.
....But then I took a meme to the face.
4 years ago#4
The vampire disease you can catch over and over, turning into a vampire.
The one that makes you a werewolf was a one time deal seeing as how it took a quest line to catch it and a line to cure it.

I hope that changes with dawn guard and the introduction to werewolves in the wild
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4 years ago#5
Well it has been confirmed that once you change to a vampire it is possible to change back to a werewolf, but i dont know if this is a one time thing or what.
4 years ago#6
Not sure, as I haven't followed through with it yet, but Aela (who I married in-game; doubt that matters though.) offers to let you regain the blood of the beast.

You get an "Are you ready?" dialog before setting off, but I plan on coming back to it when I'm done with DG. Unless that's a huge ruse, I imagine talking to the Companions, or in my case at least, Aela will get you started.
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