(Optional) Destroy the Witches of Glenmoril
While the quest only requires the death of one of the witches, killing all five can be advantageous. Later, after Kodlak has been cured of lycanthropy, the Dragonborn can heal itself provided a second head has been acquired.
To remove the head from inventory, you can sell it to a merchant using the Merchant perk. They can be bought back and then removed from inventory at will.
After throwing a Glenmoril witch head at the fire in the depths of the tomb, Kodlak’s wolf spirit will appear. Defeating him will cure Kodlak’s lycanthropy and grant him access to the Norse afterlife, Sovngarde. Kodlak’s spirit then briefly reappears to grant the Dragonborn the title of Herald of the Fellowship.
From the Skyrim Wiki: “In Dawnguard, when you are cured of lycanthropy or become a vampire lord, you can talk to Aela and she can turn you back into a werewolf and it will cancel your Vampirism reversed.
Once the mission is complete, Farkas and Aela should now offer jobs. Talk to Farkas and he will ask to be healed, bring Farkas to the location and heal him. The Dragonborn should now be able to have a follower. Once Farkas is healed, Vilkas should do “Purity” on him without freaking out.
Acquisition. Glenmoril Coven, looted by Glenmoril Witches during the Blood’s Honor quest. Five heads can be obtained in total.
The Witches of Glenmoril are five unique Hagravens who live in the Glenmoril Coven. During the Honor of Blood fellow quest, you will be tasked with obtaining at least one of their heads for Kodlak Whitemane.
One must go through the tomb and then exit through a door to the left of Ysgramor’s statue in the main entrance. Once through, turn right and head up the path to the word wall . However, the door must first be unlocked by going into the main chamber of the crypt where Ysgramor’s sarcophagus is located.
In Dawnguard, Aela is able to give Lycanthropy again if the Dragonborn decides to heal her in favor of vampirism. Points spent on the Werewolf skill tree cannot be undone or moved to any other skill tree, including the Vampire Counts skill tree. However, it will only do this once.
To complete the companion questline, you must become a werewolf. It’s pretty crucial to her storyline. crucial, but none of the quests after that specifically ask you to be a werewolf :P. Even if you don’t want to be a werewolf, you’ll only be forced into werewolf mode once, and that’s for this mission.
Kodlak, the Harbinger of the Companions, dies a werewolf and does not go to Sovngarde.
Helgen is an outer cell and will reset after 10 days of inactivity. The approximately 7 different bandits inhabiting Helgen will respawn. However, Helgen Keep is a separate and distinct cell from Helgen.
The Dragonborn can heal itself at any time by bringing a Glenmoril Witch’s Head back to Ysgramor’s Tomb, activating the Harbinger’s Flame, and defeating its beast spirit.< / p>
Movarth’s Lair cannot be cleared as none of its dwellers have the “Boss” Loc Ref type.