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Updated ESO Crafting Guide For The New Patch


ESO’s fourth major patch update includes a lot of new territory in Craglorn, enough new territory and content to push max level up to veteran level 14. Within that new territory is material for a new crafting trait, Nirnhoned. Items for crafting Nirnhoned equipment can be found, rarely, in Upper Craglorn and completing the main questline in Upper Craglorn rewards players with Nirnhoned weapons.

Players looking to take advantage of the new crafting trait will need an eso crafting guide with information about items for creating the trait, making equipment with the trait, and how the Nirnhoned weapons will affect combat. Unfortunately, many amazing ESO guide do not update regularly, and so will not have detailed information on Nirnhoned equipment for some time to come. For players who already have guides, even if they find a guide that covers the latest update, there is the question of is it worth it? Is it worth it to buy a completely new guide every 3 to 6 months when your old one becomes obsolete?

Our answer was to create a constantly updated guide that players can always access. Our Elder Scrolls online Guide for crafting is already updated with the latest information from Upper Craglorn. If you’ve already purchased our crafting guide, you automatically get access to the new updates, just log in and check it out. If you are looking for a new crafting guide that covers Upper Craglorn, we pleased to tell you that if you choose to purchase our guide, you will not only get detailed information on Nirnhoned and the changes to crafting in the new update, but you will never need to buy a new guide for crafting. All of our guides, from crafting to ESO strategy guide, automatically update with each new release. Keeping you in-the-know about the latest changes to your game.

September 22, 2014 at 11:32 pm Comments (0)

Fast Leveling Guide For ESO Questing

ESO Mastery Guides is pleased to offer a fast leveling guide eso for questing. This eso questing guide is specifically written for players who prefer to focus on solo play and quest lines. Unlike most ESO leveling guides, which assume you are leveling to build a powerful PVP or group play character, this guide focuses on leveling a solo play character as quickly as possible by running the quest lines built into Tamriel. If you are looking for a good quest-focused leveling guide, here is some of what our guide has to offer:

It’s all about the quests. We understand that. In eso, how to level up fast by questing is a bit different than leveling up for group play. Group dungeons are included only when absolutely necessary for the leveling process, and a detailed walkthrough of which quests to run, in which order, will ensure that you level up a fast as possible, while not getting stuck on any quests due to lack of power. Never stop to xp grind or get stalled on a quest while you seek to level. Find the optimal times to take a break from questing to perfect your crafting skills, and all the hidden quest lines that help you level and get the more out of the game at the same time.

To many players lose interest in a game because of the constant grind, or need to go dungeon crawling. For solo players ESO already has a major advantage in that you can make the best gear yourself and don’t need to join a group to raid for it. With this leveling guide, eso becomes an ideal solo player game, as you level through questing without the long and boring detours to farm xp or seek out a group of strangers to dungeon crawl with.

And if you do enjoy mixing solo play with PvP or ground play, then this guide will ensure that you are always leveling as quickly as possible, so when you switch to another play style you will always be ahead of the leveling curve.

Solo play rarely gets the respect it deserves in MMOs. If you are a solo player looking for a leveling guide, finally here is a guide written with you in mind. So get your game on, we’ve got your back.


September 2, 2014 at 11:37 pm Comments (0)

ESO Nightblade Build For PvP And DPS

Nightblade is a very popular class in ESO, and for a damned good reason. This class combines the timeless appeal of rogues with a mage’s ability to magic their way out of trouble, and the uber-stealthing doesn’t hurt either. The wide variety of eso nightblade builds just makes the class that much more fun to play with. So it’s no wonder that some of the most popular builds are Nightblade PVP builds. ESO classes all have a lot of versatility, but Nightblade definitely stands out.


In terms of PvP, this class is most often used as assassins. The high level stealth class abilities make it easy to slip through the melee chaos of PvP and attack enemies who are focused on other players, already injured or distracted. The various poison-related abilities available to a top eso nightblade build also allow a single hit to do a great deal of damage over time. While not as flashy as one-hit-one-kill abilities, these damage over time attacks can severely weaken enemies, leaving them vulnerable to follow up attacks by allies while the Nightblade slips on to new targets. And of course, the ability to sneak up on a strong enemy who is focused on other battles, and finish them off with a single strike, can’t be overvalued. A build focusing on stealth, poison, and finishing attacks is a lethal ‘toon on the field of PvP.

As you can see, a DPS nightblade has obvious advantages and could be argued is the best nightblade build. ESO PvP isn’t for the faint of heart, and the dps nightblades ability to sneak straight into the enemy stronghold and attack from behind is something no other class can even attempt. Here a few other thoughts for putting you DPS PvP character together:

Make sure you have at least one self-healing skill available. Mixed in with the enemy in stealth, you are far less likely to be in range of a healer, and there are few healers in PvP to begin with.

Daggers and short sword are your weapons of choice. Don’t even bother with a ranged weapon. You belong in the thick of melee, not perched on a building sending arrows from afar.

Hit and run. Don’t stand and engage an enemy. That’s what the DragonKnights and Templars are for. Find an enemy that’s engaged, attack, hurt them or finish them, move on to the next. If you were interested in the glory of combat and all that, you wouldn’t be skulking around in stealth, now would you?

Most of all, have fun.

June 20, 2014 at 11:36 pm Comments (0)