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ESOTU New XP Potion Components, found any?

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It has been a few days since the new experience potion recipe was announced.  It would appear “extremely rare” drop rates means extremely rare. Personally, I haven’t heard of any one finding one.  There others on the forums curious if any was has in fact found any and where.

Have you found components or heard of any Aetherial Ambrosia discoveries?

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ESOTU Public Dungeon: Obidian Scar

The Orcs of the Daggerfall Covenant are mainly worshipers of Mauloch, according to his adherents, is not by any means a Daedric Prince. But there are others, unaffiliated clans and outlaws, who worship Malacath, a deity all recognize as a Daedra.

Obidian Scar is located in the large mountainous area in northern Rivenspire between Shornhelm and Fell’s Run.

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ESOTU Public Dungeon: Crimson Cove

The Pirates of the Abecean Sea are the most notorious buccaneers in all of Tamriel. A loose confederation of crews with elected captains, most consider Stros M’Kai their home port, though they’re liable to be found anywhere from Senchal to the Iliac Bay. 

The Crimson Cove  is located on north coast of Malabal Tor, a short distance east of Fuller’s Break.

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Apothecary Parcels: Contraversial?

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Apothecary Parcels, released as part of patch 2.6.9,  allow an alternative means to obtain alchemical reagents buy spending Tel Var Stones in Imperial City.

One player has posted some statistical data on 30 of the parcels they purchased and results are a surprising. The most common reagents were some of the most sought after reagents: Columbine, Lady Smock, Corn Flower, and Nirnroot. See data here (google docs).

angry-mobBased on the comments at the time this was published, this feature appears to have create a strong love / hate relationship with players. Imperial city is not popular with PVE’ers and they fear a strong hit to the economy. PVP’ers ,who are often large consumers of potions and poisons, appear to welcome the change.

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