Thursday, February 20, 2014

Best Place to Buy the Elder Scrolls Online Gold

With Elder Scrolls Online quickly on our heels, do you have a valuable source of gold yet? The gold grind can be time consuming, and even if you have a decent moneymaking strategy in mind, why not start with a boost?

Companies such as KoalaCredits and IngameDelivery will be ready to exchange currency at a moment's notice. That said, be sure to keep an eye on the market. Traditionally, the cost for in-game currency is set extremely high at game launches. This is due to the almost guaranteed popularity and the large number of players who will want to start out with a thick wallet.

Keep an eye on the market, check again for new deals and make sure to clear your cache. As Elder Scrolls leaves its shiny new status, competition will force the cost of gold down significantly. Of course, once a new content patch manages to beckon players back to Tamriel, prices may jump up just a bit.

Why buy gold? Will you be stuck purchasing gold every time you buy a little gold? Not if you plan well with your purchase. Newbies will of course buy every single cool looking items with a high price tag, throwing their money into the game economy with reckless abandon.

A smart buyer will invest the gold purchase into their own professions or market manipulation. For example, powerleveling crafting professions by purchasing materials at low prices can bring you into the higher world of crafting at a faster rate. With the materials made from leveling professions, you create new sales or prepare your team for greater performance.

Guild leaders will find that a full guild chest can make things easier on the guild as a whole. By being able to front loans, give out (small) prizes for limited promotions or by being able to purchase Master Level Dungeon preparation items, a guild can feel much more secure about its future.

It is okay to buy gear and items for use in game content, but make sure that the price is right, which could be checked at MMOBUX. Buying an overpriced endgame sword may feel great at first, but when the piece of gear is outdated by newer items from newer content, the purchase becomes nothing more than a bad idea in a shopping spree.

As with any online purchase, make sure to be safe. Always keep an updated antivirus program, such as Microsoft Security Essentials or AVG, and have your browser updated with the Ad Block addon to avoid any malicious code hiding within advertisements.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

What Should be the Best Gold Farming Class in the Elder Scrolls Online?

Gold farming is a necessary evil in most games, and the same is true for Elder Scrolls Online. Players need money for their characters, but who can get that gold the easiest? Many would assume that a Nightblade would be the stealthy money ninja, but most of the time it isn't just about who can slip in and out the quietest. It is about who can kick the most butt, the fastest, without dying horribly. Even then, it is also about who can carry the most stuff.

This means that the best teso gold farming class in the game should be able to quickly kill lots of weaker enemies, while avoiding damage, and be able to carry enough loot to be effective. The Dragonknight may be the best choice. It would seem so, unless you took terrain into effect. Soft enemies that die quickly from being sniped with a bow would be easier for a highly stealthy character to deal with. In that case, a nightblade would work best.

The best thing about the Elder Scrolls Online is that any character can be a highly effective gold farmer if that is the design choice the player wishes to make. An AOE sorcerer character that slaughters large numbers of enemies at once can work if there is room and a safe vantage point for attack. In cramped quarters where the fight is more direct then the Dragonknight might be best.

If the monsters are undead, however, then that is the bread and butter of the Elder Scrolls Online Templar. Take those undead monsters down and sell their ancient loot! It is not really a matter of which class is best, but which location and enemies are best for that class and character build. The key will be to determine exactly what you like to play and then focus on gold farming in areas where your strengths are at their peak. 

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Elder Scrolls Online Guide to Crafting

Elder Scrolls fans are eager for The Elder Scrolls Online to release. They are asking tons of questions and trying to find out every possible detail they can prior to the MMORPG's big day. One thing that everyone interested in the game wants to know is what will the crafting in TESO be like? Well here are a few answers to help hold you over until the release.

There will be five different crafting professions in the Elder Scrolls Online. They are provisioner, enchanter, weaponsmith, armorsmith and alchemist. Through each of these profession you will be able to craft special items that you will not find anywhere else in the game.

The provisioner is basically a cook. You can take food items that you will find on quests and cook them to create better food. For example, if you find meat, you can cook the meat over any fire you come across. There will be recipes that will call for certain ingredients that will allow the player to make things like stew or pie.

The weaponsmith and armorsmith will be able to create armor and weapons of different eso races such as orcish armor. Each race will have the ability to create their default armor at the beginning of the game but, will have to discover the recipes for all other types of armor before it can be created. Armor and weapons will be created at an anvil or forge.

Enchanters are able to take already made weapons and armor and add abilities to them like for instance if you have a pair of boots on you and want them to hold a special power like life regeneration, an enchanter can do that at an enchantment table.

The alchemist will be able to use certain ingredients, depending on the recipe to make potions. These potions will all have different effects depending on which recipe was used. The potions will of course be created at an alchemy laboratory.    

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Introduction to Elder Scrolls Online Currency

The popular role-playing series Elder Scrolls has taken the leap into online play. Elder Scrolls Online takes place in the world of Tamriel with the major alliances of Daggerfall Covenant, Ebonheart Pact, and Aldmeri Dominion fighting each other and striving to achieve various goals. While fighting for their alliance, players can earn points in player vs player that can be used for helpful items to aid them and their allies. Players can also earn the currency or gold of Elder Scrolls.

The Elder Scrolls Online's gold is earned through player vs environment instead of points like in player vs player interaction. It is specifically found on vanquished enemies that players have slain in Tamriel, lying on the ground through out the online world, or by completing quests in game. Players do have other ways to obtain the currency including selling items from their inventory or from trade and skill related tasks or items. No matter how the players earn their gold or where in Tamriel they are, everyone will need just the one kind of currency to make all of their purchases. But how can this be with the three fighting alliances and players' in game purchases?

Unlike what usually happens in the real-world, Daggerfall, Ebonheart, and Aldmeri are all "happy" to use the same eso gold pieces as a common currency. This acceptance is nice because then there is no need for banks or exchange rate stores between the three areas of Tamriel. However, gold is the only denomination in Elder Scrolls Online. This could make the purchase of smaller items awkward if there were smaller items. As it turns out, players of ESO will not worry about buying small items as purchasing and selling will be centered around valuable weaponry and armory in addition to raw materials. No silver or smaller coins needed.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Should I Buy the Elder Scrolls Online Gold?

Elder Scrolls has had five different installments, with even more bonus packs and special features added to each game, so it is possible you have been playing new content for the better part of the last several years, all without ever replaying the games. Of course, with all of the different missions and quests you can go on with the Elder Scrolls games, chances are you have replayed each game multiple times, changing character customizations and other features. If you have been enjoying these different features and the gameplay options of the Elder Scrolls, which has greatly evolved and improved over the years, chances are you are going to enjoy the online version. With the online version though, you do need gold to purchase new goods and services. Because of this, you need to determine if you really want to buy gold through an online vender, or if you want to try to go about it on your own.

While it is always possible to earn the necessary gold you need through the game, this is going to take time. There is only so much you are going to make while playing the game on your own, which is going to make it difficult to purchase new weapons and goods for the game. You will need the very best weapons, spells and other material on hand in order to keep your health and spell casting ability up, not to mention you'll need items in order to repair your armor and to pick locks, so all of this is something you need to consider. By purchasing eso gold online, you are able to expand upon the amount of gameplay you can do, and with stronger armor, you'll need to have more money on hand, and buying gold online is going to help you. I recommend you to go to to see which shops offer the cheapest price available.

If you want to farm gold yourself, a good MMO gaming forum like is a place you should go. 

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Elder Scrolls Online, The Next Big MMO?

Elder scrolls online, perhaps the next biggest MMO of "Next-gen Gaming". Gamers all over the world are sitting on the very edge of their seats to hear more about this game! With their successful launch of numerous single player roleplay games (Such as the most recent hit, Skyrim), ESO already has an enormous fanbase!

What exactly makes a good MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online Game)? Games get released and then die down within weeks after launch, why is that? As a long time MMO player myself, I would say the biggest aspect of sustaining an MMO would be endgame content and the long rich history.! If you have to pay monthly for a game, there has to be enough content for each individual player to have something to do month after month, and get their money's worth!

World of Warcraft did a great job on this, with their introduction on the concept of "Dailys" or daily quests. This, along with endgame raids and pvp (Player vs player) is what made World of Warcraft so big! So will Elder Scrolls Online wise up and recreate the legacy? Games such as the new Final Fantasy or Star Wars MMO created amazing looking games with great early gameplay, but as soon as the players hit maximum level, they eventually got bored and quit!

Personally, I believe ESO will be a huge success! Their initial fanbase attracts the demographic who has most likely never played an MMO, which is absolutely huge! Your very first MMO experience is definitely one to be remembered, and with the stunning graphics and innovative gameplay seen in the gameplay footage, this game is sure to leave a mark. Maybe this game will expand the rmt market like never before. That being said, I just hope ESO will hurry up and approve my beta request so I can start playing this beautiful game!

What do you guys think?   

Friday, March 8, 2013

10 Reasons To Keep You TWO Eyes Closely on the Elder Scrolls Online

In this article I will be talking about top 10 reasons why you guys should be interested in playing the Elder Scrolls Online. I’m a huge Elder Scrolls fan and I thought this would be a pretty interesting thing to talk about. Keep in mind, not much info is being released yet, so there’s still a lot more information to come. All of what I’m going to say is fact and confirmed. A lot of the stuff you guys are going to be hearing isn’t actually my personal opinion, it’s just more what’s being released by trailers and interviews, and the Top 10 things that I’m excited for. Anyway, let’s get started.

Number 10: Endgame Content

One of the lead designers here at Elder Scrolls Online actually said that they’re going to have a lot of endgame content, and I’m really excited for that. They said they’re going to be really focusing on endgame content as quite a priority for them because of the great history in the Elder Scrolls Onlne. In terms of PvP; PvP is going to be bigger than ever, they said, and raiding. It’s the type of stuff we are used to seeing, PvP and raiding, but they really want to make it quite a prominent part of Elder Scrolls Online. That’s definitely an interesting thing to consider.

Number 9: Storyline

This is something that I can’t really talk about too much because the developers haven’t said much about this, at all. They did say, and this is just a quote from one of them: “It’s a story of your own.” That really makes me wonder how the game’s going to play even though it’s an MMO. We’re all very used to playing Elder Scroll’s games in an RPG form, but trying to make a storyline out of an MMO might not be too easy for them. They did say that they’re going to try to make 2 different ways of playing through the games. They want it to be very based around playing with friends and a very social game. With that said, you can play through the storyline, and when you do, generally, you won’t be playing with friends. They did want to add the whole storyline part into it, but they didn’t want make it too involved and too easy to play with your mates.

Number 8: Production Value

For Number 8; this is something a lot of people probably don’t really think about at all, especially when purchasing a game, but that is the production value. We do know Bethesda are quite far behind this game, but ZeniMax are making it and they are basing it a lot of their things on what Bethesda want. We know that Skyrim was an amazing game, we know the whole Elder Scrolls series was amazing, we know that Fallout was amazing, which Bethesda made.
We do know that Bethesda can make great games and we know that this game’s been in production since 2007. I feel as if for the last 5 years, I really should have known about this. It’s good in a way because we haven’t had to wait so long. It definitely is an exciting thing to think about; the guys who are making it, the guys who are behind it, and they really know what they’re doing.

Number 7: Visual

At Number 7 is something that is very interesting which is the visual. The main thing I wanted to speak about is this UI thing they’ve added into the game. What they wanted it to be was a more free game where you can explore more and feel as though you’re, as I said, more free so you can explore the world and look out. At the moment, I am excited to see how it’s going to look because we do know that Skyrim was a very beautiful-looking game. Also Morrowind and Fallout; all those games were very good-looking games. I’m definitely excited to see how the game looks visually.

Number 6: Skills

Coming in at Number 6 is the skills. Game developers talked about them in interviews how they really wanted to change the skills and make them a little bit more personal. What they’ve done is that they’ve made it so that you only have a very limited number of skills, and you can slot in skills for how you want to play the game. You can choose between any skills you want including racial skills.They’re making it so that every class can have different skill slots. They said that your skills get better as you use them, so the more you use your skills, the better they get and all characters can use all weapons. That’s definitely something to look out for, because they did mention in particular that if I was a sorcerer I could use a bow and arrow.

Number 5: Classes

The next thing that I’m really excited for is the actual classes. We haven’t heard too much about this at all at the moment, but they did mention, and we have seen a little trailer of this, is just the amount of customization that there will be in the game, and just how good the classes, especially ESO Templar and ESO Dragonknight, look. We do know that in previous Elder Scrolls games you could choose not necessarily a class, but a spec; a way of customizing your specific character. They did mention that there will be a lot of customization to the game and they said that each class is very different and they play out very differently. You can really change your class to the way you want it, you can really personalize it to the way you want it. That’s, once again, another really exciting thing to look out for.

Number 4: World

At Number 4 is the actual world itself. This is pretty amazing. That was actual the first thing that really caught my eye when looking through the trailer and the interviews. They did mention that the whole entire continent of Tamriel is playable. I sound like such a nerd when I say all this. They said that the whole entire continent of the Tamriel is playable. That includes Skyrim and Morrowind, and all those awesome places that we all know and love. All those places are going to be just little parts of this huge world. There’s going to be a lot of areas to explore and cover through. There’s going to be a lot of land, a lot of different places to go to.

Number 3: Races

End each race starts at a different zone, which leads me to my next point, which is races. ZeniMax have said about races isn’t much, but what I can tell you as a fact is that there will be 3 different factions to choose from. We don’t exactly know exactly what that means. With World of Warcraft, there was Horde and Alliance, which meant that with PvP it was Horde against Alliance. The fact that there is 3 factions in The Elder Scrolls Online makes me wonder how it’s going to work in terms of PVP, and how all that is going to work, It doesn’t mean that certain different races that we all know from previous Elder Scrolls games, like Orcs, Redguards, and Elves; they’re all going to be on different factions. There will be a lot of replay value you can just tell straight from what I’ve said, because there’s different ways of playing through the game; different races and classes, and different combinations you can play. That’s definitely something to look out for.

Number 2: Combat

Coming in at Number 2 spot is the combat. This is something they’ve really mentioned a lot and they’ve really tried to talk about it. With Elder Scrolls Online, they have added real-time combat, which means they wanted to make it more of an open combat game so you can move around. Your characters block, and blocking is definitely an important thing. “Attack and cast spells like a traditional third-person fantasy game” . . . this is a quote, “Giving high hopes for this entry in the franchise.” That’s what someone said about this game. What they’ve added is blocks, and you can really play in a more tactical matter than a lot of MMOs. I’m definitely excited for that.
Another great thing about the combat is that you actually get rewarded for helping people out, like in Guild Wars 2. If someone is getting killed by certain things in the world, you can basically jump in help him out; you’ll get heaps of XP for that, just for helping me out. That’s a really nice thing to add into the combat.

Number 1: The Adaptive Quest

To Number 1. The Number 1 spot I’ve decided to put was the adaptive quest. this is something that I’ve wanted in a lot of MMOs, and Guild Wars 2 was really the first MMO to properly introduce this. This means that you can actively explore and just walk around the whole continent of Tamriel. The whole continent of Tamriel and just do quests as you want. You don’t have to grind any quests. What you do has a noticeable impact on the game, and they also said that there’s going to be a lot of exploration in the game and there’s going to be moral choices added into the game.
This the Top 10 things that I’m personally most excited for Elder Scrolls Online. My personal thoughts about this game is I think it’s going to be great. Bethesda haven’t disappointed us with any game they’ve released yet. ZeniMax are they aren’t too well-known, so we’ll have to see how they go. I’ve personally always wanted an Elder Scrolls MMO. A lot of people have been talking about World of Warcraft and saying this game is just going to be another WoW clone. Bethesda have proven they can make good RPG games, but my question to you guys can they make a good MMO?