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Elder Scrolls Online Gameplay: 10 Things You’ll Love
An elf from Elder Scrolls Online

10. Lions, Werewolves, and Vampires, Oh My!

A lovely video by Deltia’s Gaming describing why you should be a vampire or werewolf. As for the how… well, I don’t want to spoil anything.

Ignore the lions bit, yes, they’re in the Elder Scrolls Online, but they’re not that important. Werewolves and Vampires, however… are very important. They are the two special… we’ll call them diseases, that your player can receive whilst in-game.

We’ll start with werewolves. If you take time and effort to become one of these vicious beasts, then you are one simple button press away from transforming your meek character into a 3 meter tall mass of claws and muscles. It's a rush of power than is hard to forget.

Vampires, on the other hand, are a little sneakier. These night stalkers live in the shadows, gaining power at night, and grow even more powerful as they feed less. However, the less you feed, the more vulnerable to fire you become as well. But it’s worth it to experience the sheer power of the Vampiric Drain ability, which stuns your foe and slowly bleed the life from them. Their health will vanish as yours returns.

You’ll Love the Elder Scrolls Online

It’s a game for the gamer, with so much to do and so many ways to do it… everyone has a unique character and experience.

After all, who doesn’t love freedom of choice?

Gamer Since: 2005
Favorite Genre: RPG
Currently Playing: The Elder Scrolls Online
Top 3 Favorite Games:Dragon Age: Origins, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, XCOM: Enemy Unknown
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kuldeepgautam 3 years 5 months ago

The game is awesome and the player base is also large, bethesda is doing a great job by rolling out more updates to the game

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RumHouse 4 years 4 months ago

While the leveling system is considerably less spectacular than Skyrim, Elder Scrolls is a tremendous step forward in the MMORPG industry. Stunning ability to simply step in and out of multi-player at will while progressing solo. Immersive multi-player system, incredibly engaging, if not technically impressive, character generation and personalization. A massive world with endless possibilities as it regards both PvE and PvP. A triumph! And all wrapped up in a free to play platform.