- 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
The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac.
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.7.6 is an incremental patch that fixes a number of game crashes, and also fixes the issue where player characters would become invisible in Cyrodiil. We also fixed the issue where you were not receiving the Daily Bonus Rewards granted through the Grouping Tool, and addressed a number of Master Writ and housing-related bugs. The size of this patch is approximately 224MB.
The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. This patch is likely the last patch before Homestead goes live. Includes the removal of duplicate furnishings, ability tweaking, and some changes to crafting. Most notable is that survey reports will not drop new furniture materials.
Note: This patch is currently on the Public Test Server
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.7.4 is our last incremental patch on the PTS, and continues to fix issues surrounding the player housing system. In this patch, we’re switching over to copy all PC North American megaserver characters. The size of this patch is approximately 126MB.
If you like to know odds before gambling, there is a good post on reddit from a crafter who tracked the results of his/her writs since OneTameriel.
The conclusion: You have a 30% for a gold improvement item from Blacksmithing, Clothing, Enchanting, and Woodworking.
The post includes an introduction and the statistics collected.
With all of the exciting of recent in-game events behind us, last month, I took the opportunity to track the results of 360 consumable writs of various levels in preparation of updating my various writ articles.
Interestingly, I noticed that provisioning writs were not the only ones to have repeating writs in a set recurring order. For example, enchanting and provisioning writs repeat every three days, while alchemy repeats every four days. These patterns have been incorporated into the Alchemist and Enchanting articles. Also, since I was editing the articles, I improved the in-page navigation in these articles to make it easier to find the information you are looking for and to make the pages more accessible on mobile devices and tablets.