- Determining what ingredients to hoard / buy for writs
- Determining which ingredients are useful in leveling provisioning by using recipes that do not include the ones on this list
- Identifying possible ingredients for sale on traders
One of our favourite ESOTU Community Ambassadors and YouTuber/Streamer has posted a current video on the essentials of crafting writs. If you are wondering about writs and want a good primer, her video is worth the view. Duration: ~11 minutes.
The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. Mythic Aetherial Ambrosia and Apothecary Parcels!
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.6.9 introduces two new items to the game: Mythic Aetherial Ambrosia and Apothecary’s Parcels. In addition, we have several localization-related fixes and have made improvements to overall memory, plus various smaller bug fixes. The size of this patch is approximately 318MB.
A popular ESOTU Console YouTuber, VanguardGamer has released a video listing provisioning recipes. It’s one of the few crafting videos I have seen on the console.
The explanation of the different recipes was not to bad but be warned ESO has over 540 recipes and there is a lot of scrolling in the video and not much commentary after the summary at the beginning of the video. Duration: ~15 minutes
The following is BenevolentBowD’s scouting report for the public dungeon: Sanguine’s Demense
Located a short distance from Stormhold, the large dungeon is home several disenfranchised locals have been thralled by the daedric offerings of unlimited drinks and revelry.
One of our fellow crafters has posted an interesting artical on official forums under the title “One Tamriel Max Provisioning Writs Decoded”
What is happening is that every day the RNG randomly assigns either the CP 50 writ or the CP 150 writ, and once that is decided, you receive whichever writ for that level is due up in the rotation for that day. Also, it seems that the the rotations are linked to each other on a daily basis. I have not been able to discern a pattern outside of this and it does appear whether you get a CP 50 or CP 150 writ is completely random.
There have been several reports over the past few days regarding changes in writ rewards, especially provisioning. This is leading to speculation that recipes might be like pledges with a recipe rotation, there are glitches with the removal of Orsinium as the highest tier turn-in location and more.
I have noticed a few of the issues reported and may have observed different characters getting different xp and gold at the same proficiency tier. I’ll record my findings when I’m eligible for more writs.
The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. A few crafting changes. The most significant change is that the Chef and Brewer vendors will sell CP150 green-quality recipes used in Provisioning crafting writs so it is based on the passive rank in Recipe Improvement.
Welcome to The Elder Scrolls Online v2.6.4, featuring One Tamriel! This update opens up the world of Tamriel for you to explore any time, and play with your friends no matter what level you are. Due to the significant changes One Tamriel brings to ESO, we’ve adjusted much of the current content and systems.
In this update, you’ll find that we’ve made Craglorn more solo-friendly, added Normal and Veteran modes for all 4-player dungeons, re-designed the Undaunted Pledge system, and made some fairly sizeable itemization changes and updates – you’ll definitely want to check out all the details below.
In addition to One Tamriel, we’ve also added dueling, Weapon Ultimates, and added new daily quests. We’ve also added 16 new Monster Masks, and raised the Champion Point cap by 30 points. As with previous updates, we’ve also implemented many fixes and improvements to previous DLC game packs and the base game patch. The size for this update is approximately 2.3GB. Enjoy, and see you in Tamriel!
The following is BenevolentBowD’s scouting report for the delve locals refer to as Inner Sea Armature.
Inner Sea Armature is a smaller size Dwemer ruin located west of the Harborage in Stonefalls. Despite its size, the delve has numerous containers to loot. There are a few bookcases found within. Beware of steam pipes containing swarming dwemer spiders.
The king’s hearth-wife is holding a competition to celebrate Orc culture. Without my assistant, I can’t finish my classic Orc recipes…