06 Feb

ESOTU [PC] Patch Notes 2.7.5 – Crafting Summary

New content coming to ESOTU!The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac.

OVERVIEW
Welcome to The Elder Scrolls Online v2.7.5, featuring Homestead! This free update introduces our player housing system with 39 uniquely-themed homes you can acquire throughout Tamriel. With over 2,000 individual decorative and furniture options, plus Furnishing Crafting, you’ll have a lot of options available to make your home truly yours.

In addition to this massive new system, we’ve also added Master Crafting Writs, four new Motifs, and updated several sources of itemization in Cyrodiil and the Imperial City, all of which are detailed below. You’ll also find that we’ve put a focus on improving the balance across all classes and skills.

As always, we’ve made several fixes and improvements to all previously DLC game packs and the base game patch. We can’t wait to have you play our latest update, which is approximately 3.36GB in size. Thanks, and enjoy!

Summary

  • Housing
    • Many furnishings are now interactable (chairs, thrones, etc.)
  • Specialty Furnishings
    • Target Skeleton can be used to practice with new weapons and abilities, or to practice combat in general.
    • Guild Reprints of Shalidor’s Library
    • Standard Crafting Stations
    • Attunable Crafting Stations
    • Unique Objects
      • Dark Anchor Pinions, decoy Elder Scrolls, Undaunted Busts
      • Aquatic-themed decorations while fishing at a fishing hole
      • The Shadowy Supplier will rarely award one of a selection of Dark Brotherhood-themed decorations
  • Furnishing Sourcing
  • Furnishing Crafting
    • Woodworking Blueprints primarily use Heartwood, from lumber nodes.
    • Blacksmithing Diagrams primarily use Regulus, from ore nodes.
    • Clothing Patterns primarily use Bast, from fibrous plants, or Clean Pelts, from beasts and other sources of leather.
    • Alchemy Formulas primarily use Alchemical Resin, from mushrooms and alchemy plants.
    • Enchanting Praxises primarily use Mundane Runes, from runestones.
    • Provisioning Designs primarily use Decorative Wax, from crates, barrels, and other sources of provisioning ingredients.
  • Housing Achievements
  • Master Crafting Writs
    • Maximum-tier Writ reward boxes for all tradeskills now have a chance to provide a special invitation to craft a very specific item or set of items.
    • The frequency of Master Writ invites from standard Writ boxes is based on the overall associated tradeskill mastery possessed by the character.
  • New Motifs: Ebony, Mazzatun, Ra Gada, Silken Ring
  • Imperial City Vendors
    • the Tel Var General Merchant now sells the Superb Imperial Reward box, which has been reduced in price. This vendor now also sells Alkahest, as well.
  • Cyrodiil Vendors
  • There is now a Regional Equipment Vendor in the base camps of Cyrodiil. These vendors sell “Zone Bags” of all Alliances’ home zones.
  • The items in the Zone Bags are typically Blue-quality, with a small chance of being Purple-quality.
  • Cyrodiil Vendor container prices of the containers have been reduced by 75%.
  • Fixed an issue where Nirnroot and Water Hyacinth would incorrectly appear as pools of water in several DLC zones.
  • Waxed Apothecary’s Parcels can now be quickslotted, and will appear in the Consumables section of the inventory.
  • Crafters rejoice! If you have access to the Craft Bag through ESO Plus, you can now deconstruct items and refine materials even when your inventory is full.
  • You will now utilize stolen materials when crafting before consuming materials from the Craft Bag.

HOMESTEAD

Update 13 features Homestead – player housing is coming to The Elder Scrolls Online! As such, you may now acquire and decorate homes across Tamriel. Homestead features 39 homes spread throughout many zones in the base game. Homes can be found in a variety of interesting locations across Tamriel, and each is available for purchase.

Homestead Basics
Except for your first entry-level inn room, which is free after completing a short quest, all of the initially-available homes or inns from other alliances can be purchased with in-game gold or crowns.

  • You may own one of every home, all the way up to all 39 available at launch!
  • Homes are shared across all characters on your account.
  • Homes are split into several tiers, by size:
    • Inn Rooms: 3 total, 1 for each alliance
    • Apartments: 3 total, 1 for each alliance
    • Small Homes: 10 total, 1 for each of the 10 playable races
    • Medium Homes: 10 total, 1 for each of the 10 playable races
    • Large Homes: 10 total, 1 for each of the 10 playable races
    • Manors: 3 total, 1 for each alliance
  • Home ownership is tracked in the new Housing tab of the Collections window.
    • This tab describes each home in detail, and allows you to travel to that particular home.
    • This also displays any homes that you haven’t yet acquired and allows you to preview them, which you can read more about below.
  • All 36 of the apartments, homes and manors can all be purchased with either gold (as long as the achievement prerequisites are met) or crowns.
    • Once obtained, a home is yours forever! There is no rent to pay, or any other form of ongoing maintenance costs.
  • Homes have limits on the number of items, collectibles, and visitors that may be present, with larger homes having higher caps.
    • The number of objects you can place in your home is doubled for those with an active ESO Plus membership.
    • In the event your ESO Plus membership lapses, you won’t be able to add any additional items to your home until you drop below the regular item cap. You will be able to remove items in order to do so.
  • Dueling is allowed in homes, but is disabled inside inn rooms and apartments.
  • Pets, Assistants, and Mounts cannot be summoned inside of homes, but can be placed inside homes as decorations.
    • Once placed, Assistants can be used as normal.

Acquiring a Home
There are three ways to acquire a home in Homestead:

  • Purchase the home in the Crown Store for crowns.
    • Open the Crown Store and explore the new “Housing” tab.
    • From there, you can preview and then purchase any of the new homes via crowns.
  • Find Canthion the Housing Broker to acquire a quest that grants you a free inn-room.
    • Canthion the Housing Broker can be found within the banks of Daggerfall City, Davon’s Watch, or Vulkhel Guard, depending on your alliance. If you want a free inn-room – highly recommended! – talk to him, and he will bestow the quest.
    • Completion of this quest awards the small inn-room located in the zone associated with your alliance.
    • Afterwards, you may purchase the other inn rooms for a nominal fee or can repeat the quest on another character in a different alliance to acquire the other rooms.
  • Find homes scattered across Tamriel, making sure you have completed any prerequisites, and purchase them for in-game gold.
    • First, you must find the home in-game, click on the door, and follow the purchasing instructions.
    • Most homes require you to complete certain prerequisites before you can purchase them for gold. For example, to purchase the Daggerfall Covenant Manor, you must have previously completed the Hero of the Daggerfall Covenant achievement.
    • You must own the Imperial Edition version of ESO in order to purchase any Imperial homes.
    • Homes can be purchased for crowns at any time, bypassing the above requirements.

Home Previewing
The easiest way to preview homes you have not yet purchased is to go to the new “Houses” section in the Crown Store, highlight the home you want to check out, and click “Preview”. This will teleport you to the home so you can do a walkthrough while making your purchase decision. You can also preview homes from the Collections window, and also by simply finding the home in the world and clicking on its door. Previewing brings you into a personal experience where you can explore the prospective home, including both furnished and unfurnished versions.

  • Unfurnished homes may be purchased with gold or crowns, and generally come with a small number of items such as plants and rocks (if the home has a yard) and candles (to light the interior of the home).
  • Furnished homes may only be purchased with crowns. Each furnished home is pre-decorated with a tasteful selection of items, which are yours to keep or adjust at your leisure.
  • You may switch between unfurnished and furnished previews at any time, and the preview will adjust on the fly accordingly.
    • It is not possible to preview a home after you’ve already purchased it, or to purchase the furnished version of a home if you’ve already purchased the unfurnished version (or vice versa).
    • Once you make your purchase, you will automatically load into your new home and can start editing it immediately.

The Housing Editor
The housing editor contains multiple tabs and categories for ease of asset selection.

  • The Place tab allows you to place furnishings and collectibles from a categorized list of available options.
  • The Purchase tab contains a large list of furnishings available for a la carte crown purchase.
    • Nearly every item in the Purchase tab is also available via crafting or from other in-game sources with a few exceptions for items found exclusively in Crown Store bundles.
  • In addition to directly selecting any placed items in editor mode, you may also retrieve placed furnishings from a list of placed items in the Retrieve tab of the editor, without needing to locate them in the home.
    • Additionally, the Retrieve tab indicates the direction and distance to each item in your home.
  • You can also search each tab by item name to further filter your results.

Home Decoration
Furnishings are a new kind of inventory item that may be placed in a home, and can be identified by the word “Furnishing” on their tooltip. These function like any other inventory item until it is time to place them in a home.

  • After you enter a home you own, you can enter the housing editor and start placing furnishings.
  • Once placed, a furnishing is removed from your inventory or bank and is stored in the house, counting towards the maximum number of items that can be placed in the home.
    • You can see how close you’re getting to the item limit in the House Information panel of the Housing Editor. From there, you can see the current and maximum value for Furnishings and Collectibles.
  • You can place each object at any location and at any angle. The only limitation beyond the Furnishing caps is there is a small safe area near the main entrance which cannot be filled with items.
    • Note that certain furnishings such as chairs and crafting stations may not be usable if placed at an unusual location or orientation (you’ll know if an item usable if it highlights green).
  • In addition to furnishing items, you can also place assistants, mounts, non-combat pets, and a new category of furnishing collectibles called Trophies that includes Undaunted Busts.
    • There are separate limits for furnishings, furnishing collectibles, and other collectibles such as pets or mounts.

Specialty Furnishings
Many types of housing objects have additional functionality when placed, including the following:

  • Assistants
    • Any of the currently-available Assistants (Nuzhimeh the Merchant, Pirharri the Smuggler, and Tythis Andromo the Banker) can be placed in your home, and will offer their services to you and visitors as normal.
  • Light Sources
    • Objects such as torches, braziers, and lamps can be lit or extinguished at will after being placed.
  • Seating
    • Many chairs, thrones, benches, pews, stools, and other seating objects throughout Tamriel are now interactive. You just need to approach the furniture and interact with it to sit down, provided there is room and the furniture is placed in an accessible location.
      • This applies to seating placed in homes as well as those found in the world.
      • Seating objects that aren’t placed in a level, open area may not be valid for interaction.
  • Target Skeletons
    • A Target Skeleton can be used to practice with new weapons and abilities, or to practice combat in general. It does not fight back, but is a resilient opponent, roughly as difficult to put down as the second boss from Veteran Spindleclutch II (Bloodspawn).
      • For those who want a more resilient opponent, there is a Robust variant available that has roughly twice as much health.
    • To learn to craft a Target Skeleton, you can purchase the plan from Rolis Hlaalu, the Mastercraft Mediator in each alliance capital, in exchange for Writ Vouchers.
      • Writ Vouchers are obtained through Master Writs, and Rolis Hlaalu will appear after you start or complete a Master Writ. You can find the description for these below.
    • Crafting a Target Skeleton requires one or more Animus Stones in addition to a variety of other ingredients.
      • The Animus Stone is a new crafting material that is also available in exchange for Writ Vouchers.
    • Shortly after being defeated, the Target Skeleton will reform itself automatically.
    • After fighting a Target Skeleton, you will get a report in your chat log that indicates your damage per second as well as the length of the fight.
  • Guild Reprints of Shalidor’s Library
    • After you complete a collection from Shalidor’s Library, a Mages Guild reprint of that collection will be available on any Mystic for a moderate fee.
    • Each reprint contains individual volumes of every book in that collection. These reprint volumes can be placed in your home, and you or your guests can read them at any time.
    • Reading a reprint volume does not grant Mages Guild reputation or progress towards Shalidor’s Library–only the original version of a book counts for that!
  • Standard Crafting Stations
    • Crafting stations can be purchased from Rolis Hlaalu, the Mastercraft Mediator, for a moderate number of Writ Vouchers.
    • Once placed in the home, these can be used like any other crafting station.
    • Note: Crafting stations will not work if placed at an angle or inside other objects.
  • Attunable Crafting Stations
    • Attunable Crafting Stations can be purchased from Rolis Hlaalu, the Mastercraft Mediator, in exchange for Writ Vouchers.
    • These items can be activated at any item set crafting site in the world, permanently attuning the station to the unique energies of that item set and binding the station to you.
    • Once attuned, the station can be placed as a furnishing in your home and used by you and your guests to craft items from the set it is attuned to.
  • Unique Objects
    • There is also a variety of unique objects, from Dark Anchor Pinions that open and close, to decoy Elder Scrolls that swap between offensive and defensive visual effects, all with their own unique interactions and effects.
    • As time goes on, expect us to expand this category!

Furnishing Sourcing
Home furnishings can be found from a number of sources, including:

  • Furnishing Crafting
    • See the Furnishing Crafting section below this one for the juicy details!
  • Luxury Furnisher
    • A new NPC, Zanil Theran, can be found in the Hollow City within Coldharbour over the weekend and has a cycling inventory, similar to Adhazabi Aba-daro the Golden in Cyrodiil.
    • Look for Zanil Theran inside “Cicero’s Food & General Goods” when he sets up shop!
      • He’s on his way to Coldharbour now, and is scheduled to make his first appearance on the weekend of February 24th.
  • Achievement Furnishers
    • Some items are gated by a specific achievement or accomplishment, and is themed to that requirement.
    • Completing the requirements listed on the item will allow you to purchase copies of the item for gold or AP.
    • These can be found throughout Tamriel, including in Cyrodiil, and offer rewards for various heroic deeds.
      • In addition, several pre-existing merchants will offer achievement furnishings related to their specialties.
    • Each item is bind on pickup.
  • Home Goods Furnishers
    • These vendors can be found throughout Tamriel in each alliance’s main city and all capitals, and offer a number of basic home commodities as well as local plants and natural stone from the region they are located in.
  • Purchase Tab in Housing Editor
    • Furnishings purchased from the Housing Editor are bound to your account, but may be moved to other homes that you own.
    • These items are purchased for crowns, and cannot be sold for gold.
  • Undaunted Busts
    • Beginning with Homestead, the final boss of each Veteran Dungeon, Trial, or Arena will drop a collectible bronze bust of one of the iconic monsters from that piece of content.
      • Busts are account-wide collectibles, and can be placed once in each owned home.
      • Busts from Trials and Arenas include a marble stand.
      • There are a total of 34 Undaunted Busts available in Homestead.
  • Fishing
    • Though rare, you may catch aquatic-themed decorations while fishing at a fishing hole.
    • These decorations will differ based on the type of fishing hole – some things come from the ocean, while others come from fresh waters. For example, Starfish can only be found in oceans and not from lakes.
  • Shadowy Supplier
    • The Shadowy Supplier will rarely award one of a selection of Dark Brotherhood-themed decorations.

Furnishing Crafting
You can now craft furnishings for yourself, your friends, or to sell to others!

  • To craft a furnishing, you will need to obtain a specific furnishing plan, similar to the way existing Provisioning recipes work.
    • All tradeskill disciplines now have a new tab at their respective stations for furnishing plans.
    • Each tradeskill has a unique type of plan and primarily uses a new type of material:
      • Woodworking Blueprints primarily use Heartwood, from lumber nodes.
      • Blacksmithing Diagrams primarily use Regulus, from ore nodes.
      • Clothing Patterns primarily use Bast, from fibrous plants, or Clean Pelts, from beasts and other sources of leather.
      • Alchemy Formulas primarily use Alchemical Resin, from mushrooms and alchemy plants.
      • Enchanting Praxises primarily use Mundane Runes, from runestones.
      • Provisioning Designs primarily use Decorative Wax, from crates, barrels, and other sources of provisioning ingredients.
    • Plans can be found in containers across the world, purchased from certain merchants, dropped from monsters, or even obtained from pickpocketing (or murdering) Tamrielic citizens.
    • Higher quality plans will require knowledge from multiple tradeskills.
      • Example: An elaborate canopy bed may require rank 9 in the passive skill Woodworking, rank 7 in Tailoring, and rank 3 in Metalworking.
  • Furnishing crafting also utilizes several additional types of materials:
    • Furnishings in a particular racial style require multiple style items associated with that race.
      • You do not need to know the Motif of a race to learn or craft their furnishing plans.
    • Rosins, Tempers, and Tannins are often needed for Green-quality furnishings and higher.
    • Each plan is unique, and certain special plans may require custom ingredients be located and included.
  • All plans, ingredients, and output items are tradeable.

Housing Permissions
You can choose to allow or restrict access to each of your homes as desired, and may set different permissions for each of your guilds and on a per-individual basis. You can even ban specific individuals, while allowing the rest of a guild access (just in case you want to hang out with most of your guildies, but Tony keeps spilling mead on your favorite rug).

  • Players with Visitor access may interact with your placed furnishings but may not move anything, whereas those with Decorator access may relocate items freely.
    • Note: Other players may not add or remove housing items from your home regardless of their access settings.
  • As a homeowner, you can set a primary residence. This primary residence is used to determine which home is visited when friends or guildmates try to visit your home while you are offline. When you are online, other players may social jump directly to you in any home, provided they have access to that home.
  • Homeowners may rescind access to visiting players at any time, resulting in the immediate eviction of that player from their home.
  • You can also immediately copy the Permissions settings of a previous home to any new home when purchasing a new home, and can modify permissions for individual homes.

NEW FEATURES / UPDATES / BIG CHANGES

Master Crafting Writs
Maximum-tier Writ reward boxes for all tradeskills now have a chance to provide a special invitation to craft a very specific item or set of items.

  • These invitations may require any materials or knowledge associated with the tradeskill, even if you don’t yet possess it.
  • These invitations are tradeable, consumable, and indicate the number of Writ Vouchers awarded upon successful completion of the contract.
  • The frequency of Master Writ invites from standard Writ boxes is based on the overall associated tradeskill mastery possessed by the character.
    • This includes research, Motif knowledge, and achievement completion.
  • Writ Vouchers are a new form of currency awarded exclusively through the completion of Master Writs.
    • Writ Vouchers may be redeemed through purchases from Rolis Hlaalu, the Mastercraft Mediator, who also accepts Master Writ deliveries at Writ turn in locations in each of the alliance capitals.
    • More difficult, rare, and expensive crafted items provide more Writ Vouchers on average than their more commonplace counterparts.
    • Currently, you can obtain the following items from Rolis Hlaalu in exchange for Writ Vouchers:
      • Style Items, individual Motif chapters, and the complete book for the Ebony Motif
      • A variety of Legendary Furnishing plans
      • The recipe and unique component for the “Target Skeleton, Humanoid” and “Target Skeleton, Robust Humanoid”
      • The recipe and unique component for Aetherial Ambrosia
      • Crafting station Furnishings for each tradeskill, and a dye station Furnishing
      • Attunable crafting stations for Blacksmithing, Clothier, and Woodworking tradeskills, which can be used near crafted item set sites to transform them into Furnishing versions of those set stations
      • Hlaalu Furnisher’s Document, a sealed envelope containing a random Furnishing plan of Purple quality
  • Please note that Master Writs only accept pristine, unused items. Bound items cannot be used to complete Master Writs.

New Motifs
Update 13 brings four new Motifs for you to collect and craft!

  • The Silken Ring style can be found in the Cradle of Shadows dungeon, available in the Shadows of the Hist DLC game pack.
    • The chapters can be obtained from killing the final boss of the dungeon: rarely on Normal mode, more often on Veteran mode, and a guaranteed drop on Veteran Hard mode.
    • The Style Item, Distilled Slowsilver, can be obtained from killing bosses in the Cradle of Shadows dungeon: rarely on Normal mode, somewhat more often on Veteran mode, and guaranteed from the final boss on Veteran Hard mode.
  • The Mazzatun style can be found in the Ruins of Mazzatun dungeon, available in the Shadows of the Hist DLC game pack.
    • The chapters can be obtained from killing the final boss of the dungeon: rarely on Normal mode, more often on Veteran mode, and a guaranteed drop on Veteran Hard mode.
    • The Style Item, a Leviathan Scrimshaw, can be obtained from killing bosses in the Ruins of Mazzatun dungeon: rarely on Normal mode, somewhat more often on Veteran mode, and guaranteed from the final boss on Veteran Hard mode.
  • The Ra Gada style can now be found in Craglorn.
    • The chapters of the style are rarely available from completing Focus Points, and very rarely found by killing Delve and World Bosses, opening locked Treasure Chests, or following Treasure Maps.
    • The same holds true for the style item, Ancient Sandstone, which is more commonly found from the above-mentioned sources.
  • The Ebony style can now be obtained from Rolis Hlaalu, the Mastercraft Mediator.
    • Individual chapters of the style, or the whole book, can be purchased for Master Writ vouchers.
    • The Style Item, Night Pumice, can also be purchased from Rolis Hlaalu for Master Writ vouchers.

Imperial City Vendors
The vendors in Imperial City have had their wares updated!

  • The Tel Var Greater Lockbox Merchant is now known as the “Tel Var Equipment Lockbox Merchant”.
    • These boxes now contain armor, weapons, and jewelry for every Imperial City set in all traits except Impenetrable and Nirnhoned.
    • Their prices have also been reduced.
  • The Tel Var Lockbox Merchant is now known as the “Tel Var Jewelry Lockbox Merchant”.
    • They now sell Jewelry Boxes for each Imperial City item set; these boxes contain a gold-quality piece of random jewelry from that item set.
    • These jewelry pieces can possess the Healthy, Robust, or Arcane item trait depending on the item set.
  • The Tel Var Armorer and Greater Armorer are now known as the “Tel Var First Armorer” and “Tel Var Second Armorer”.
    • The First Armorer sells the item sets Black Rose, Meritorious Service, Phoenix, Powerful Assault, Reactive Armor, and Shield Breaker.
    • The Second Armorer sells the item sets Galerion’s Revenge, Imperial Physique, Thews of the Harbinger, and Vicecanon of Venom.
    • They both sell armor for the item sets available in Imperial City in Impenetrable directly to you (with no intermediate container item).
  • In addition to the satchels of Alchemical reagents introduced in a previous update, the Tel Var General Merchant now sells the Superb Imperial Reward box, which has been reduced in price. This vendor now also sells Alkahest, as well.

Cyrodiil Vendors

  • The vendors found in the base camp of the alliances in Cyrodiil have changed significantly.
    • Some vendors, finding that their wares simply aren’t selling very well, have left for greener pastures. They might return in the future when they find new markets to serve.
    • There is now a Regional Equipment Vendor in the base camps of Cyrodiil. These vendors sell “Zone Bags” of all Alliances’ home zones.
      • Each Zone Bag offers a random item from a random item set, otherwise found in that zone. For instance, the Unknown Alik’r Desert Item container might contain an item from the Robes of the Withered Hand, Sword-Singer, or Order of Diagna item sets.
      • The items in the Zone Bags are typically Blue-quality, with a small chance of being Purple-quality.
      • Equipment found in Zone Bags will scale to your level at the moment you open it.
    • There is now a War Researcher vendor in the base camps of Cyrodiil. These vendors have taken some of the work of the Siege Vendors, to ease their burdens.
      • The Akaviri Motif chapters, and the Style Items for Akaviri and Alliance styles, are now found in the War Researcher’s store.
    • An Enchanter can now be found in the base camps of Cyrodiil. They sell runes in exchange for Alliance Points.
    • The Elite Equipment Vendor’s wares have been renamed. They no longer bear the name of Hew’s Bane.
  • The vendors found in the capturable towns have had their wares slightly modified.
    • The boxes now list which item sets are available inside them.
    • The prices of the containers have been reduced by 75%.
    • Because of their use elsewhere in Tamriel, we have removed some item sets from the capturable towns’ wares and containers. They include:
      • Armor of Truth
      • Barkskin
      • Crusader
      • Durok’s Bane
      • Noble Duelist’s Silks
      • Prayer Shawl
      • Robes of Onslaught
      • Sergeant’s Mail
      • Twin Sisters

Quest Rewards from Towns in Cyrodiil
The five towns of Cyrodiil – Bruma, Cheydinhal, Chorrol, Cropsford, and Vlastrus – now offer better compensation for completing their citizen’s quests!

  • The quests will now reward AP for completion and a Reward Container that represents the town’s wares when captured.
    • These containers have a single item from one of the town’s item sets.
    • The item inside may be Green, Blue, or rarely Purple-quality.
  • As Cheydinhal and Chorrol cannot be captured, Cheydinhal sources “Attacker” sets and Chorrol gives “Defensive” sets from the other three towns.
    • This means that every item set from the towns in Cyrodiil is available from the quest rewards of two different towns.

FIXES & IMPROVEMENTS, IMPERIAL CITY DLC GAME PACK

Exploration & Itemization
General

  • Waxed Apothecary’s Parcels can now be quickslotted, and will appear in the Consumables section of the inventory.
  • The Grievous Ward, awarded for completing Imperial City Prison, can now be dyed and re-enchanted.
  • Removed some errant jewelry traits from the Tel Var-purchased boxes in Imperial City. Now, the Jewelry pieces obtained from those boxes will only contain the trait that matches their armor weight:
    • Light armor sets will have Arcane.
    • Medium armor sets will have Robust.
    • Heavy armor sets will have Healthy.
    • Imperial Physique, being available in all three armor weights, has all three jewelry traits.

FIXES & IMPROVEMENTS, ORSINIUM DLC GAME PACK

Exploration & Itemization
General

  • Fixed an issue where Nirnroot and Water Hyacinth would incorrectly appear as pools of water in Wrothgar.

FIXES & IMPROVEMENTS, THIEVES GUILD DLC GAME PACK

Exploration & Itemization
General

  • Fixed an issue where water skins, Nirnroot, and Water Hyacinth were erroneously appearing as pools of water in Hew’s Bane, rendering them invisible and yet still strangely damp.

Item Sets

  • Fixed an issue where rings from the Syvvara’s Scales and Bahraha’s Curse item sets would drop less often than intended, and necklaces from these sets would drop more often than intended.
  • Fixed an issue where Well-Fitted shields in Maw of Lorkhaj sets were Bind on Equip instead of Bind on Pickup as originally intended.

FIXES & IMPROVEMENTS, BASE GAME PATCH

  • Pyn Virien, found in the town of Chorrol, is now a Weaponsmith and offers the standard selection of goods shared by similar merchants throughout Tamriel. In fairness to her, her cart is still broken, so the news of One Tamriel took a very long time to reach her ears.

Art & Animation
General

  • You can now properly dye the Colovian Filigreed Hood and Colovian Fur Hood, obtained from the New Life Festival.

Crafting & Economy
General

  • Crafters rejoice! If you have access to the Craft Bag through ESO Plus, you can now deconstruct items and refine materials even when your inventory is full.
  • The Keen Eye visual effect will now fade out more smoothly when you move out of range of the associated harvest node.
  • Shipments of refined materials from Crafting Writs can now be quickslotted, and appear in the Consumables section of the inventory.
  • Updated the tooltip text on the Ghastly Eye Bowl to properly indicate that it’s increasing your Magicka Recovery, not your Stamina Recovery. Eyeballs are not stamina food. Tell your friends.
  • All purple and gold recipes now confirm your intent when you try to destroy them in your inventory.
  • The cooking fire near Donalir in Eyevea can now be used when you are not surrounded by Daedra. It’s much safer and easier this way.
  • You will now utilize stolen materials when crafting before consuming materials from the Craft Bag.
  • An ore node north of the Quendeluun Wayshrine in Auridon was previously buried too deep to be seen, but could still be mined. The ore node has now been moved to the surface, where it can be both seen and mined with greater ease.
  • Fixed an issue that caused Orzorga’s Red Frothgar to appear twice in the Brew tab of Provisioning stations.
  • Renamed all Motif Books to a new, more compact naming schema. This prevents motif names from being truncated on the item, and standardizes all of their nomenclature. No longer shall some books say “Ch.”, while others say “Chapter”.
    • For example, “Crafting Motifs 15: Dwemer” will now be “Crafting Motif 15: Dwemer Style”, and “Crafting Motifs 15, Chapter 1: Dwemer Axes” will now be “Crafting Motif 15: Dwemer Axes”.

Alchemy

  • Fixed an issue that caused potions of Vitality or Defile to incorrectly compete with the Minor Protection buff.
  • Fixed an issue that caused crafted Ravage Health poisons to deal roughly twice as much damage as intended over their full duration.
  • Fixed an issue where the tooltip duration for potions would not change after acquiring the “Medicinal Use” passive.
  • Reduced the duration of Major Vitality from potions. The base duration is now 12.5 seconds, down from 47.5 seconds.

Provisioning

  • Psijic Ambrosia and Mythic Aetherial Ambrosia can now be used while moving.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the Connoisseur passive from correctly increasing the duration of certain Witches Festival and New Life Festival drinks.
  • Adjusted the Health bonuses for Witches Festival food and drink to ensure they give 10% more Health and Health Recovery than they do the equivalent Stamina or Magicka bonuses.

Survey Reports

  • Fixed an error preventing Enchanting and Alchemy Survey Reports from being distributed properly, leading to you being consistently sent to single locations.

Exploration & Itemization
General

  • Fixed an issue that caused Heavy Sacks to appear more often than intended in certain public dungeons.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing bottles and cups in the world to drop twice as many drinks as intended in certain areas.
  • Corrected several typos in various books from Shalidor’s Library, and in achievement names and descriptions.
  • Updated all Motif Books, Motif Chapters, and Provisioning recipes to stack to 200!
  • The Shalk found in Senie will now drop loot.
  • Increased the chance to receive Provisioning Recipes from criminal activities like pickpocketing and murder.

Collectibles

  • Updated the Acquire Hint for some Collectibles that could be obtained from various pre-orders, purchases of other products, or contests and giveaways.

Quests & Zones
General

  • Many books that were once inaccessible after their associated quests are now able to be found in the world. In addition, you can now read most books while in combat or in stealth.

UI
General

  • Crafting Motifs now have their own section in the Lore Library, visible upon obtaining Eidetic Memory from Shalidor.
  • Made several modifications to the Guild Trader UI:
    • Added options to search for furniture and furniture recipes.
    • Searches will no longer clear when you go to a different guild trader.
    • Added a keybind for “Reset Search”.
  • Added a Furniture section to your inventory.
  • Fixed an issue where Inventory and Gold amounts would appear twice in the vendor UI.
  • The Lore Library subcategory for the Order of the Hour motif is now named “Order Hour” instead of “Hour Order”.
  • Fixed an issue where the stack size reported for items sold in the Guild Store would be incorrect if it was too large.
  • You can now rotate your character in the Inventory and Collections screens.
  • Fixed an issue where item names in the Gem Extraction UI could occasionally turn blue.
  • Fixed an issue where item tooltips could incorrectly reflect the quantity of that item you actually have.
  • Fixed an issue that could occur when setting keybindings, where you would receive an error that a key was already bound to an action, without the error specifying which action.
  • Updated the maintenance times in the Customer Support window.
    • Note: At this time, this change is only reflected in the English game client. We’ll be updating French and German in a future incremental patch.

Crafting

  • Fixed an issue where the right-click menu would occasionally not appear while using a crafting station near other dueling player characters.
  • Items will no longer have an option convert to Imperial style if it is impossible to be converted.