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Thursday, April 10, 2014

TESO: Resource Gathering for New Players

For those who are new to The Elder Scrolls Online (Teso,) if can be a little daunting to figure out where one should go to acquire resources. During my last test stream (the reasons for that are mentioned in the video,) I ran a little circuit around Daggerfall explaining the deal on resources. If you are interested in becoming an crafter, this video should assist you in knowing how to go about "efficiently" gathering your resources. Or perhaps it doesn't. It is, however, the method I find most efficient. In the end, we all have to make our own way. I hope this helps you do that. And by seeing it perhaps it will be a bit more understandable.

The first 10 minutes is just about Mabrick the Templar, so skip to the 10 minute mark if you don't want to listen to the personal details. Don't harass me over my character build. It is not the build I will end up with long term. Currently I am putting points into heavy armor for survivability, but at some time in the future I will probably have to respec those points into medium armor. But that's all for a later post. For now, here's the video on resource gathering as a new player.


As for the reason I was streaming, I hope to have that completed and ready tomorrow. Until then, enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. i appreciate your info. i started with a character that had no gold or armor of anykind(skipped the hell part). i gathered enough iron ore, jute, and other resources to make my own armor and make gold to boot. i used your idea of doing a gathering circuit and it worked great. i just didnt pick too many chests yet. i lose more lockpicks that i get loot. i wish we could make our own lockpicks. anyways thx and i am enjoying the slower pace of the game. i do the quests, but im gathering resources while im moving about and take the time to explore all the nooks and crannies. its fun.


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