Luckily there is a solution that involves using Prison Cells to create a healthy menu for you to feed on and maintain the blood type of your choosing. This guide will show you how to do just that, as you'll learn how to build Prison Cells and keep your 100% blood type in V Rising.
How to a build Prison Cell in V Rising
To begin building your Prison Cells, you need to get the crafting recipe by defeating Vincent the Frostbringer, who can be found wandering the western side of the Dunley Farmlands. The Prison Cell requires 12 Iron Ingots, and luckily you can place as many of them as you like in any room of your castle.
The Prison Cells are used to hold a human captive. You can lure humans back to your castle using the charm ability you learned in the earlier game stages. Once there, you can place them into a cell and begin draining them of the blood, maintaining your chosen blood type.
How to get a 100% blood type in V Rising
Maintaining a 100% blood type in V Rising requires two crucial factors. The first factor is feeding on only one blood type at a time to avoid resetting your blood constantly or receiving frail blood. The second factor is ensuring that blood type is of the highest purity percentage possible (100% is the most preferable).
This is where Prison Cells are helpful, as now you can capture a human with the desired blood type and purity and then drain them of their blood whenever you desire.
How to drain prisoners' blood
To drain your victims' blood, you need to interact with the cell they're in and click the "Drain Blood" button. This will require a new Glass Flask each time you drain and consume the blood, which you can craft at an Alchemy Bench after defeating the Level 44 Boss, Christina the Sun Priestess.
You can read our guide on how to make Glass from Quartz in V Rising, which details the best way to farm Glass in the game.
Now you can capture multiple humans with the desired blood type and drain them for the blood you need at a moment's notice. So if you need a 100% Worker blood type for farming or a 100% Warrior blood type for raiding, you're good to go.
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You can find stronger and more pureblood types in areas where enemies have higher gear ratings, such as Silverlight Hills or Northern Dunley Farmlands. While out, you can also use the Blood Hunger skill to spot a higher percentage of blood carriers without needing to hover your mouse over them.
The last thing to remember is that draining a blood type costs a percentage of your health, but more importantly, a percentage of your prisoner's health. This is because the prisoner also has a misery meter that goes up each time you drain them, and the higher the misery, the more health loss they incur when drained.
To combat this, make sure your prisoner is well fed, either by providing them rats at the bare minimum or doing some fishing to feed them well and lower their misery substantially. This keeps their health high and misery low, and while it may be a costly venture to do all that fishing to feed them, it is well worth it to have various 100% blood types available whenever you want.
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