ESOTU Ancient Orc Armor Images Posted

Ancient Orc Armor
Ancient Orc armor

Curious what the new ancient orc style looks like before forking over your hard earned items?

s_tibob16_ESO  posted several pictures on the official forums.

http://forums.elderscrollsonline.com/en/discussion/222894/a-few-ancient-orc-motif-screens

ESOTU Akaviri Style Preview Images Now Available

Curious to see what the upcoming Akaviri style will look like? The wait is over.

Akaviri Style Armor with 2H sword
Akaviri Style Armor with 2 handed Sword

Crown has posted a preview collection on the official forums and what the suggested Alliance Point (AP) cost is currently on the Public Test Server (PTS).

http://forums.elderscrollsonline.com/en/discussion/222670/akaviri-images

ESO Crafting Styles (Racial Motifs)

Article has been replaced with another with a complete list of motifs, not just the racial ones: ESO Motifs

There are many exotic crafting styles that represent the culture and prowess of the various races of Tamriel.  Each style provides a distinct appearance to an item and within a style  there are several appearance substyles for various levels.

Summary

Crafted equipment can have different appearancesThere are currently 20 crafting styles. A crafter will automatically know their racial style and can learn others by using motif books / scrolls found around Tamriel. The styles are: Altmer, Argonian, Bosmer, Breton, Dunmer, Khajit, Nord, Orc, Redguard, Dwemer, , Ancient Elf, Barbaric, Daedric, Imperial, and Primative. The motif books are found in standard containers (backpacks, cabinets, chests, dressers, nightstands,  trunks, urns, and vases).  The standard motifs (blue – character races) are found in non-veteran rank areas and the rarer ones in veteran regions. Some of the rarer ones can be found in areas where the main questline, guild questlines (mages’ guild, fighters’ guild), and added content  (Imperial City, Orsium, etc.) take place.

 

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