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I got the quest to meet under the Skyforge to become a Werewolf and I don't want to finish this. However I'm not seeing any other quests from the companions.

Do I need to become a Werewolf for more quests?

  • Hi Nova, welcome to Arqade! Generally the community prefers questions that are not currently easy to find already. Using most search engines, typing "Do I have to become a werewolf?" would point you to the answer that for this quest you do. In the future, if you find a few minutes of research has not found you the answer and it is not already asked on the site, feel free to ask! – Krjax Jan 24 '14 at 19:25
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    ok I had but didn't find it. I will try harder next time – Nova Jan 24 '14 at 20:11
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Yes. In order to finish the Companion questline, you must become a werewolf. It's pretty crucial to their plot.

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    crucial, yet none of the quests afterwards specifically requires you to be a werewolf :P – l I Jan 24 '14 at 19:08
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    Even if you don't want to be a werewolf you are only forced into werewolf mode once, and that's for this mission. After that you control whether you want to be in werewolf form or not and you can even remove it in the later companion quests. – VanBuzzKill Jan 24 '14 at 19:58
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Yes, and it's crucial that you keep the ability until you are done with all the quests. The reason is that some quests will require the ability to be present (tho not active) in order to complete OR interact with them properly. A good example I struggled with myself was "Totems of Hiricine".

You are able to remove your werewolf ability trough a quest, however, doing so will render you unable to complete what requires the ability. "Totems of Hiricine" is a quest that leads you into an area only werewolves (need confirmation) can enter. It seems a later patch added the ability to regain your werewolf ability, but I've yet to confirm that resets that specific quest line completely, or it just bugged out for me in another way. Point is, keep it, as you can control it as just another ability at your leisure.

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