Vampires are a character modification and skill tree available in the Elder Scrolls Online. They gain access to a number of special abilities, as well as some unique vulnerabilities, which can make your gameplay an entirely new experience. Want to become a vampire? Find out more in the article below!
Scion of the Blood Matron Quest for Elder Scrolls Online Weapons Collectors
Upon infection, a column for vampirism will appear, which you can also see under your character’s attributes and your active effects. Go to the nearest Wayshrine to meet up with an NPC Vampire who will be give you a Level 38 quest called Scion of the Blood Matron. You must first complete this quest before you are able to gain access to the Vampire skill line. Note that vampirism has no actual effect yet until you accept the vampire quests. Scion of the Blood Matron quest begins with an encounter with a special NPC who is a red-eyed vampire. Talk to the red-eyed vampire, Vorundil, and then go to the position where he will send you.
The Blood Matron’s Crypt for Elder Scrolls Online Weapons Collectors
Go to the quest location, the vampire’s capital known as the Blood Matron’s Crypt. Speak with Rahaja to find out more about the vampires’ history and lore. Rahaja will then send you on another quest. This quest will require you to slay ten monsters on your own, so make sure you have all the Elder Scrolls Online items you may need to survive. Succeed and you will baptized in the vampire pool. At this point, you will get to meet the first vampire woman—the young priestess of Arkay, Mother Lamae, dressed in a white gown with red-laces, whom was forced to become the bride of Molag Bal.
Vampiric Abilities for Elder Scrolls Online Weapons Collectors
Playing as a vampire may not be easy for Elder Scrolls Online Weapons collectors because of the vulnerabilities that come with your new-found power. But you do get awesome, fun, and vampire-exclusive abilities, so why the hell not? The important thing when playing as a vampire is balance—do you sacrifice health regeneration for a surge of power, or do you feed religiously to retain your balanced appearance? It’s up to you and on how you want to play.
The vampire skill line includes two active spells and a super powerful ultimate ability. Bat Swarm summons a swarm of bats that deals damage to all enemies around you. Remember: vampires do not have to sacrifice the ultimate ability slot in order to retain powers, as they do not need to transform. You will be a vampire all the time, but your state of hunger affects your physical appearance considerably.
As a vampire, one of your active spells can stun your target and leech their health and stamina while replenishing your own. This is a staple ability to all vampires as it helps offset health debuffs when you are hungry, and need to feed. Another vampire active ability makes you totally immune to control magic, plus gives you 75% avoidance, at the cost only of reduced incoming healing. You will also have some morph opportunities for some powerful vampire active abilities.
Passive ability choices include Savage Feeding, Supernatural Recovery (which increases magicka and stamina recovery by 5), Undeath ( which increases damage mitigation by up to 50% when you are below 30% health), Unnatural Resistance (which improves Health recovery in Vampirism stages 2 through 4), Dark Stalker, (which increases your movement speed while sneaking and allows you to enter stealth more quickly at night), and of course, the ability to turn other players into one of your own through Blood Ritual!
Curing Vampirism for Elder Scrolls Online Weapons Collectors
“I’ve been bitten by a vampire and have the option of embracing the disease or being cured.”
If you have contracted vampirism by any means, you should have received that message, and in the event you changed your mind and do not want to become a vampire, you can choose to totally cure your vampirism. Just tell the red-eyed Vampire NPC (the one who gave you the Scion of the Blood Matron quest right after you were infected with vampirism) that you want to be cured, and he will tell you that instead of going to the Vampire Blood Matron, you can go to a Priest of Arkay in a nearby town for the cure. The Priest of Arkay will charge you a price of gold coins in order to remove vampirism completely.