When you arrive in the homeland of the Khajiit, you’ll discover a land in strife, torn apart by roaming bandits, an Imperial invasion, and, of course, merciless Dragons striking from above. While the people of Elsweyr are no strangers to conflict, the combined threats seem almost overwhelming for the province’s scattered defenders. — ESO
Note: These quests do not require the Elsweyr DLC.
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Venture into the deep swamp and experience Argonian culture like never before in Murkmire. Cyrodiilic Collections require your special skills to recapture the lost history of the Argonians.
To access Murkmire, accept the “Sunken Treasure” quest from your stories tab in the collection window or port to a friend or guildie currently in Murkmire.
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During this time we bring forth dark tales and unsettling songs. The Unknown Passenger tells of a cloaked figure on a ship who none of the other travelers recall boarding. The Lost Fawn that takes refuge in the den of the wolf that killed its mother. The Midnight Lodger rents a room in the dead of night but vanishes before morning — along with the innkeeper’s child… — A Tale of Two Festivals, Botjolf Meadwarmer.
Over the centuries, many have attempted to invade the home of the Argonians, but they have always found themselves repelled if not by the native peoples, then by the environment itself. In this new zone, you can explore this aspect of the region’s history and see for yourself the fate of those who successfully made their way into the deep swamp. — ESO
Note: These quests do not require the Murkmire DLC.
To get started, pick up the first quest either from the Crown Store (for free) or from the Cyrodilic Collections “Help Wanted” posters that can be found in the cities of Vulkhel Guard, Daggerfall, or Davon’s Watch. In these new quests, you are tasked with helping Concordia Mercius and Cyrodilic Collections recover looted Argonian relics taken from Black Marsh. — ESO
Shout out to TacoCat182 who helped me with these quests and gave me a free needed jelly pet fragment.
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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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In the world of Tamriel, its very existence is a closely guarded secret. The entrance to this covert city lies hidden in a secret underground vault, and its location is known to only a select few beyond Sotha Sil’s inner circle.
Once you have access to the Clockwork City of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Divayth Fyr will offer you a quest in Mournhold or at the Clockwork City Wayshrine.
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Elfbetta asked me to enter the Dreloth Ancestral Tomb and check on Narsis Dren. He’s been gone for a long time and she’s starting to get worried. The ancient Dreloth family, a cadet branch of House Dres, long ago relocated from Vvardenfell to Kragenmoor. But their ancestral tomb remains.
Note: The purchase of the Morrowind Chapter is required to complete this quest line.
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