Tag Archives: Hirelings

ESOTU [PC] Patch Notes 3.0.0 – Crafting Summary

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

NOTE: Currently, on the Public Test Server (PTS). Information here is from the patch notes published on their forums.

OVERVIEW

Welcome to The Elder Scrolls Online v3.0.0, introducing our first chapter: Morrowind! The fate of the island of Vvardenfell hangs in the balance and needs a hero to help Vivec, the legendary warrior-poet god, who suffers from a mysterious illness. ESO’s first chapter is 9.7GB in size

Highlights

  • 3 new crafted sets:  Assassin’s Guile, Daedric Trickery, Shacklebreaker
  • 4 new motifs: Ashlander, Buoyant Armiger, Morag Tong, Militant Ordinator
  • 3 new homes: penthouse, harbour house, and lake house
  • 2 new furnishing style plans: Daedric, Dwemer
  • New sources of plans: pickpocketing, safe boxes looting, quests, harvesting, and tombs
  • 6 new dyes
  • Rolis Hlaalu, the Master Mediator, has expanded his inventory
    • Includes a Centurion target for testing trial damage
  • Each hireling skill now has roughly 100 more unique messages
  • ESO Plus members will now automatically receive twice the banking inventory slots.
  • Added two more character slots up for sale in the Crown Store
  • Sealed Writs now display their target item and Writ Voucher reward at all times, even when inside of a container.
  • Sealed Writs no longer automatically offer you their quest the moment you first acquire them. You can still use the Sealed Writ at any time to start the quest.
  • All cost poisons have been reduced in effectiveness.

Continue reading ESOTU [PC] Patch Notes 3.0.0 – Crafting Summary

ESOTU Hireling Statistics?

Say What?
Overheard in Tamriel

This week in the official (crafting) forums, there was a post by Reorx Holybeard who had gathered hireling statistics over 155 days.

While the math isn’t perfect, I was interested on the method used. I’ve been thinking about doing some hireling analysis myself and having this information reduces the need to completely “re-invent the wheel”.

Reorx used UESP log add-on and then parsed the data using the scripting language python.  Interesting.

Join the Discussion