The most common questions asked by new and veteran players alike, are ‘build’ related. The term build refers to a collection of player choices on race, class, abilities, passives, and equipment. Often builds will include information on food/drink, poison/enchantments, potion recommendations, and championship point distributions. This article provides a general description of ESO’s skill advisor and a list of popular ESO theorycrafters.
Tip: Build information is only a starting point for your characters. Effectiveness and enjoyment of any build will vary based on your skill, knowledge of game mechanics, and personal playstyle.
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Queen Ayrenn of the Aldmeri Dominion has decreed that Summerset’s borders are to be opened to foreigners. However, a mysterious threat looms over the island, and Daedric forces have begun to emerge from the shadows. Travel to the island of Summerset, gather your allies, and unravel a conspiracy that threatens all of Tamriel
To access Summerset, accept the “The Queen’s Decree” quest from your stories tab in the collection window or port to a friend or guildie currently in Summerset.
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Achievement hunting in Summerset or found some stuff in a hidden thief drop? This brief guide will help you find all the relics of Summerset and where to take them.
Welcome, welcome! I expected you would come, though perhaps not quite so soon. you’re here about the missing relics of course. — Relicmaster Glenadir
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I’ve never seen such a farce. What has happened to the state in intellectual curiosity in Clockwock City? I’m simply beside myself.
Note: The purchase of the Clockwork City DLC is required to complete this quest.
This quest begins in the Brass Fortress by reading a note on the bulletin board just outside the Clockwork Basilica.
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The Ayleids who fled to Valenwood after the Slave Rebellion were mostly those who worshiped the Daedric Princes, which was outlawed under Empress Alessia. The Slave Queen melded the Aedra worshiped by her human and remaining Elven subjects to create the Eight Divines.
Located in a central southern Grahtwood, the Ayleid ruins of Ne Salas is accessed by a footpath off the main road just west of Gray Mire Wayshrine. This delve is not a suitable location to farm crafting materials. The circular nature of the ruin make for a quick in / out for the skyshard and the delve achievement, but that’s about it.
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