TheoryCRAFTING is a series of articles where I examine an Elder Scrolls Online theory, crafting, and or both.
In a previous article, we explored that idea that the daily quests repeat. This article looks at the Summerset quests
Over seven days, I recorded the dailies offered to my main character from the following Summerset dailies NPC’s
- Justicar Tanorian (Delves)
- Justicar Farwel (World Bosses)
- Battlereave (Geysers)
When the seven days were over, I collected dailies on another characters to compare results.
Early on while the recording the data, it was clear that patterns were emerging. The quests were repeating in a set order.
When comparing the quests offered to different characters, I had observed that the quests repeated in the same order but not the on the same day.
Below are the result for each of the dailies recorded.
A Rose’s Beauty > Relic Runaround > Culling Serpents > Struck from Memory > Pilgrimage’s End > Snuffing Out the Light >Repeat
The Abyssal Alchemist > Birds of a Feather > Never Forgotten > Run Aground > The Sickening Sea > Taming The Wild > Repeat
Sinking Summerset > Repeat
Note: This daily needs to be unlocked by visiting Battlereeve Tanerline outside the Royal Castle in Alinor and completing the brief quest called The Abyssal Cabal.
Below is a summary of the results
- Dailies did repeat
- Not the same quest for every character or player on a given day
There are a few applications of this knowledge. If you don’t have more than one account to “park” dailies on, you can place the dailies schedules for your character(s) on a digital calendar to see when they will be available next. This can be useful to set reminders or plan future streaming sessions.