Oblivion: How To Become A Vampire
"The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" allows players to do just about anything they want to in a virtual world, including becoming a vampire, so if you want to get a taste of the dark side, stop wandering aimlessly around the city of Cheydinhal, and learn how to become a vampire. Oblivion features two main ways to become a vampire, you can receive a dark gift from the head of the Dark Brotherhood after completing a chain of quests, or you can simply fight a vampire. Easy is always better, so this guide will teach you how to become a vampire by finding, and then fighting a vampire. Before you become a vampire you should understand that there are some drawbacks to being part of the undead elite. As you progress along the vampirism chain you will start taking damage from the sun and can no longer travel fast during the day. People will also start to automatically dislike you, although if your speechcraft is high enough it won't effect your style very much. so if you are sure you want to know how to become a vampire in Oblivion, read on.
- Enter the game on the character you want to make a vampire.
- Find a location where you can fight vampires. You can find some vampires in most of the dungeons scattered throughout the world. The guarantee a vampire encounter, head to the small "Barren Cave" dungeon located just west of Cheydinhal. Not only are there vampires in the dungeon, but the dungeon boss is also a vampire.
- Fight the vampire. Look at your character screen to see if you get a debuff called "Porphyric Hemophilia." Once you get this, you can leave the dungeon, as you are on your way to becoming a vampire.
- Wait three days. Players who do not want to become a vampire have three days to cure the disease by drinking a potion or using a shrine. Since you want to become a vampire, all you have to do is wait.
- Sleep. Once the three days are up, go to sleep and you will wake up as a vampire.