By completing his quest you will receive The Hircine Ring. The ring will prevent the need to hunt innocents and stop you from involuntarily transforming during the full moon.
Each summoning costs 200 000 gold.
If you don’t have the required amount of gold you can simply take a loan from a bank.
Withdraw the gold as a letter of credit otherwise you won’t be able to carry it. The max amount a bank is able to grant you is 600 000 gold pieces.
Travel to Tunley in Daggerfall.
In the north east part of the town you will find the summoner’s shack.
Remember to save your game. The summoning might not work at the first try.
The Y key on your keyboard functions as “Yes” during the dialogue.
The Hiricine Ring allows being a werewolf / wereboar with no real disadvantages.
The advantages are:
+40 to Strength, Speed, Agility and Endurance (these boosts will not raise your attributes past 100). These changes apply to your human form as well.
+30 to Hand-to-Hand, Climbing, Running, Stealth, Swimming, Jumping and Critical Strike skills. These changes also apply to your human form. The 30% boost does not count toward level gains, though the skills can be increased past 100.
All lycanthropes are immune to diseases.
Immunity to iron and steel weapons while in were-form. Since most humanoid enemies (especially guards) only attack with these types of weapons, you are immune to their attacks. You can still be harmed by spells and hand-to-hand attacks.
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