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qoackity 30 декември 2013 в 10:28 следобед
Is there any other quest for curing Vampirism?
Besides the companion questline? Cause that's too long D:
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Coppermantis 30 декември 2013 в 10:32 следобед 
Fear2288 30 декември 2013 в 10:57 следобед 
It depends. Are you a full on Vampire or have you just contracted the disease that, when left unchecked, slowly turns you into one?

If you've just gotten the disease all you need to do is take a Cure Disease potion and you should be fine.
qoackity 30 декември 2013 в 11:14 следобед 
I'm a full vampire qq
Tredlador 7 май 2014 в 3:37 следобед 
nope ^^
BelphegorATS 7 май 2014 в 4:21 следобед 
The Companions questline doesn't provide a cure for vampirism to the best of my knowledge. You're thinking about the cure for lycanthropy; that's why you need the heads of the Hagravens from the Glenmoril Coven in the one quest you do for Kodlak.
Skyrimnut 7 май 2014 в 6:33 следобед 
If you are a full vampire. Feed, that'll put you back to stage 1 and you can see Falion for the cure linked above by Coppermantis. Yes, if you join the Companions as a vampire becoming a werewolf will cure your of your vampirism. You can then opt to cure your Lycanthropy by completing the quest Purity for yourself.
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