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Hey everyone, I just thought I would write up a quick post about a little Oblivion mod that I made called Vampirism Obliviated. Here is the description that is in the readme:
Vampirism Obliviated in Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion erases all of the vampire spells and effects within Oblivion that act upon your character, and works whether or not you are currently a Vampire. Specifically, this mod erases the spells that make you into a vampire, such as vampirism25-100, the attack and defense bonuses, and sunlight damage, so that you can still become a vampire again if you disable this mod.
Not that I should get much of a say about its awesomeness, but I do since I made it. Here’s the story about why I decided to make this in the first place. Grab a coke and some Cheeto’s, this is a classic…
…One day I was minding my own business pulling off the biggest theft in history by stealing an Elder Scroll from the Imperial Palace and thus become the Master (Gray Fox for Oblivion players) of the Thieves Guild. This had been going smoothly thus far: I had the already taken the Scroll from the blind monks in the library after sneaking in through the sewers at like 4 in the morning, and now was whooping and hollering on my way back through the sewers, ready to claim the title of Gray Fox. Low and behold, there are a few vampires hiding out in the sewers that had definitely not been there the first time. I kill them with ease, still on my adrenaline rush, and don’t notice the text in the upper-left hand part of my screen saying I had contracted the vampire virus known as “porphyric hemophilia.” A couple days later, a little note pops up on screen after I had finished with a little catnap saying I was now a vampire. Well, I don’t care so much about feeding on people after hours just to be normal, so I tried to take a Vampirism Cure Potion, but lo and behold, I’m still a freaking vampire! I then scower the known (and unknown probably) internets in order to find another solution. There is but one more I can find, which is by removing the vampire spells via the console. I try this, and guess what, it doesn’t work either. It was here that I began the quest to rid Tamriel (the ingame world) of this foul and unsightly life alteration. All the spells that effect you, such as sun damage and night vision, have been removed on only the players’ character, and the other NPC freaks can still use it. I have been playing in the world without vampirism now for weeks, and I’m happier, and I hope that you are touched by my inspiring classic. I’ll likely be selling it in stores soon.
Oh yeah, here’s a download button to the royal Download.com website: