The above stat modifiers apply to the werewolf in human form. When the werewolf transforms, they get the following stat modifiers instead:More info at UESP
This is the standard ESO form of vampirism, which is acquired by Noxophilic Sanguivoria.
The above stat modifiers apply to the vampire in their regular form. If they transform into a Blood Scion, they get the following stat modifiers instead:More info at UESP
This type of vampire is a catch-all for the nine bloodlines in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall.More info at UESP
This is a magically gifted strain of vampirism, which can be found in Vvardenfell along with its rival clans Berne and Quarra. Members of this clan are traditionally Altmer.More info at UESP
Those with this strain of vampirism are very agile and sneaky. Like Clan Aundae and Clan Quarra, they are based in Vvardenfell.More info at UESP
This strain of vampirism produces strong and fierce warriors. Like Clan Aundae and Clane Berne, they are based in Vvardenfell.More info at UESP
This type of vampire is especially adept at passing as a mortal. It is primarily found in Cyrodiil, as featured in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.More info at UESP
An ancient and powerful form of vampirism. The strain for this type of vampire is known as Sanguinare Vampiris. It is the type of vampirism featured in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dawnguard. While this bloodline can rarely be conferred on others, it is typically acquired from Molag Bal himself in a disgusting and degrading ritual.
The above stat modifiers apply to the vampire in their regular form. If they transform into a Vampire Lord, they get the following stat modifiers instead:
Children of Coldharbour are very powerful and rare. They are direct scions of Molag Bal, and the process for becoming one is undeniably evil. Check with your GM before choosing this vampire type!More info at UESP