ESO Gold in Elder Scrolls Online is often easy to come by, but it’s even easier to spend. Equipment upgrades, motif pages, house furnishing, storage chests, bank and character inventory upgrades, mount training — these are just some of the ways to spend your gold.
Quests often give gold as a reward upon completion. Quests will also lead you to enemies which can drop gold – not to mention treasure chests and containers which can be looted for extra cash. If you complete quests regularly you will generate enough gold for your leveling needs and more if you actively pick up items, search containers and attack enemies.
Slaying thy Enemies
Enemies, especially human enemies, can drop gold. You may despair at first about the small amount of gold dropped by enemies, however it all adds up over time, especially in the course of a quest or dungeon. This gold will contribute to the costs of repairing your gear and allow some of that other gold that you find to be spent elsewhere. Enemies will also drop equipment, jewelry, glyphs and scraps which can be sold.
This is a large topic as loot is a broad way to earn gold. Loot covers anything which can be picked up in the course of your travels. So items as quest rewards, items picked up from corpses, items found in chests and items found in containers are all loot. These items might not seem like they are worth much especially if they are simply base quality gear, however you can deconstruct these things and then sell the materials. If you don’t want to deconstruct them, or they can’t be deconstructed, you can sell them all to merchants to make a little gold.
Armor and Weapon Drops
While these might not sell for much on their own you can always deconstruct them, gain a little crafting experience, and sell the materials to other players or a merchant.
Glyphs, especially the higher level ones, sell for a reasonable amount, as players buy these to deconstruct so they can level Enchanting.
Crafting Writs are a series of simple quests that you can complete to get some valuable rewards. To get started you have to be certified first. To get Crafting Writs Certification you have to approach a Writs Board or skip that step and go directly to proper trainer, who will give you a short and easy quest. For the equipment Crafting Writs (blacksmithing, clothing and woodworking) you have to visit the trainer in the Fighter’s Guild, if you’re interested in consumables Crafting Writs (alchemy, enchanting and provisioning) look for the trainer in the Mage’s Guild.
When you’re done with that, you will get access to the daily quests. For blacksmithing, clothing and woodworking you’re just will have to craft some items at the crafting stations. In cases of alchemy and provisioning, if you want to save some time you can precraft all the possible potions, poisons and food. As we already mentioned, rewards for these quests are quite handsome and you should be able to complete them no problem. At the same time, ingredients are cheap and easy to get. You’re guaranteed to get some of those precious mats, the inspiration experience that you can use to level up your crafting skills and survey reports that will help you find better nodes to extract materials from.
Through the course of exploring Tamriel, players will pick up gear. While below max level (CP160), it is recommended to sell this gear as it useless once the player is beyond the gear level.
This gear can also be deconstructed for materials if the player is so inclined, but that is only suggested for the purple quality items as the player has the chance of getting purple improvement materials that can then be sold in the guild trader.
At max gear level (CP160), not all styles are sought after and those can be sold or deconstructed as mentioned above. However, there are some highly sought after styles that can net a good profit. A couple of examples of these are:
Spriggans: Found in Bangkorai; great for stamina characters.
Briarhart: Found in Wrothgar; great for stamina characters.
Necropotence: Found in Rivenspire; great for magicka characters that use pets.
There are other sought after sets as well. Players will learn more about which sets are more desirable over others as they gain experience playing.
If you were considering crafting as a way to make gold, you were in the right mindset. You just need to know what to craft. Lately I’ve discovered that alchemy and provisioning are incredibly high-yield professions and so is furniture crafting. Heck, you can sell a lot of furniture pieces for thousands of gold per unit, you just need the skill. And by skill, I mean skill points invested into CP, and knowing where and how to get your hands on furniture recipes.
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