Aside from vampires, Elder Scrolls Online players can also become Werewolves. These mystical and savage beasts get their own skill line and passive skills that make them effective killing machines. The abilities they also get make them popular among ESO account holders as alternative ways of earning TESO gold.
More stamina for more ESO gold
One of the first passive skills a Werewolf learns on an Elder Scrolls Online account is Pursuit. This passive improves the Stamina of the character. This ability helps characters to chase down targets for Elder Scrolls Online gold and Elder Scrolls Online items. Further down the skill line, players can also get Savage Strength. Like the previous ability, this skill affects Stamina. What it does however is increase maximum Stamina each time your Werewolf kills.
Earning ESO gold as a humanoid
Compared to the Werewolf form, a normal character seems particularly weak. Even with the right Elder Scrolls Online armor and Elder Scrolls Online weapons, they can be taken down relatively easily. The Blood Rage passive skill however serves to even up the odds. While in humanoid form, a Werewolf character will generate Ultimate whenever it receives damage.
Like with vampires, Werewolves can share their “gift” with other characters. Through the Bloodmoon ability, Lycans can turn another player into one of their own. The ability has a seven-day cooldown however, so expect players to charge lots of gold for it.
Maximizing Lycan strength for ESO gold
The main advantage of a Werewolf character is being able to change into one. Unfortunately, characters can only stay in this form for a limited amount of time. This duration however is extended through two passives. The Devour passive gives the character more time in Werewolf form if they eat humanoid corpses. The final passive for the skill tree Call of the Pack extends the duration of the Werewolf form for nearby allies. Note that the effect is stackable so being in a party with fellow Lycans will maximize this bonus.