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Submitted by admiralvic 1387d ago | article

Skyrim – Curing the Disease of Lycantrophy (Werewolf)

"At some point in Skyrim, you’ll have an opportunity to turn into a Werewolf. Just like in the past Elder Scroll titles, being a Werewolf is a disease but it can be cured." - JPS (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

shikamaroooo  +   1386d ago
site suspended ?
eak3  +   1386d ago
I just cured mine tonight .. not going to say how though. Its pretty cool though.
cogniveritas  +   1386d ago
I had the opportunity to cure my character yesterday. I was undecided and ultimately choose not to for the time being.
WorldGamer  +   1386d ago
Curing Lycanthrophy is one thing. Curing syphilis, a whole different ballgame. Think about it!

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