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Friday, 26 August 2011

Vampires and Lycanthropy - Broken down at the end of August

We've all been following the discussion on whether vampires and werewolves will be available in Skyrim intenly. More intently than a dog following a treat! We've been back and forth, but now the ride comes to an end.

Vampirism! Those of you who's a fan of Skyrim Coverage on facebook, I've already told. Some of you may have found out elsewhere. For those of you who don't know: Vampires have been confirmed. One of the more intense Elder Scrolls fans was playing the demo at QuakeCon and shiver me timbers if his clearly restless mentality didn't send him right into the arms of two welcoming vampires, confirming their existence in the game!

Now there is just the issue people have been having: Will we, us, the players be able to become a vampire? Truthfully, Bethesda has made no such statement since the info leaked like... Two days ago from now. I can only say two things. The first one being "Cupcake-shaped earrings are neat" and the second one being a statement claiming that worrying will be for nought. Would Todd and his team really have been so naive as to include vampires and not the option to become one, knowing full well that they would have a series of disappointed fans on their hands, as well as a riot? The one kind with torches and angry mobs?!
No, of course not!
*EDIT
It has been confirmed that you can also become a vampire

That aside, lycanthropy will definitely be in the game, as I've mentioned a month ago (I think?) and I say so with great joy and excitement, as well as coffee burning my lap and scolding my thighs. If you by any chance won't find Lycanthropy to be an option once you get your greasy, yet sexy hands on the game, know that it'll definitely be included in a DLC package.

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