09 Feb

ESOTU Eyevea: Fast Travel From Map

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Overheard in Tamriel

If you have unlocked Eyevea (the region unlocked by the Mages’ Guild final quest), you can fast travel to it using any wayshrine or directly form the map.

I discovered it’s secret location on the Tamriel map while watching HeroofNone’s twitch stream.  He made an interesting comment about Eyevea having a wayshrine but it wasn’t on the map.  He brought up the world map while he was there and his pointer was in the western sea.

I pulled up my map and sure enough at the same location as a three masted ship on my map was Eyevea.

To access the wayshrine,

  1. Hover over the ship in the western sea to view the Eyevea label
  2. Click to view the map and the Wayshrine
  3. Click on the Wayshrine and you will travel there.
25 Jan

ESOTU Public Dungeon: Razak’s Wheel

According to those who study the long-lost culture of the Dwarves, “Razak” was a fairly common Dwemeri name. Scholars are divided on whether it means “precision engineer” or “tonal modulator”. 

Razak’s Wheel is located on southwest corner of the Bangkorai Pass, a short distance south of Hallin’s Stand.

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22 Jan

ESOTU Delve: Mehrunes’ Spite

Before the followers of the Prophet Veloth left Summerset for Morrowind, they build several secret shrines for illicit worship of the Daedric Princes. It is believed that after the Chimer left Summerset, all of these heretical shrines were found and destroyed.

Mehrune’s Spite Ruins are found on northwestern shore of Auridon near the Greenwater Wayshrine and not far from Firsthold.

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19 Dec

ESOTU Getting Around Without Wayshrines

Fast travel using the state-of-the-art Wayshrines is fine and dandy until you need to boldly go where you have not been before.  However do not fear, there is an alternate fast travel system called the “Navigators”.   Navigators will take you to your destination by boat, cart, or both.

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28 Nov

ESOTU Delve: Crypt of the Exiles

After High Rock joined the First Empire in 1E 1029, the King of Evermore had a vast cemetery built outside the city to house himself and his desendants, naming it after Saint Pelin of Bangkorai Pass. Some of the empty mausoleums ended up put to other uses than burial.

Crypt of the Exiles is located in central Bangkorai north of Bangkorai Pass Wayshrine.

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26 Nov

ESOTU Public Dungeon: Bonesnap Ruins

The name the Ayleid Elves gave this place when they constructed its subterranean halls is long forgotten. Modern Bretons know it by the name of the Bonesnap Goblin Tribe, who have occupied the site and turned the ancient halls to their own sordid ends.

Bonesnap Ruins are located in western Stormhaven, just north of Steelheart Moorings and a stone’s throw from Bonesnap Ruins Wayshrine.

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