The Elder Scrolls Online details the lore behind Horns of the Reach

    
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More details, at least.

So what’s going on in the next big chunk of The Elder Scrolls Online DLC? The short version is “nothing good,” as detailed in a new bit of lore setting up the backstory. It’s in the form of a letter from a father to his child, and it describes things happening which are… not very clear, but also definitely not good.

The father’s letter describes refugees pouring into Falkreath suffering a variety of wounds, including bite marks and gouges, with refugees claiming to have been harassed all the way along their flight. Claims that the survivors are fleeing some sort of bull-headed men allied with Reachmen are taken as largely apocryphal, but… well, the DLC is called “Horns of the Reach,” so you can be fairly sure they’re genuine. Check out the full letter if you want a bit more insight into your upcoming fights.

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Bryan Turner

What a bunch of bull shit, I finally decide to log in to play this game and my controller no longer works with the game pad enabled.

I’m trying the PC Controls again, looks like I can steer with the mouse and move with W, got jump bound to Mouse Button 4, and it looks like only 5 abilities can be slotted so I guess I can get by.

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Bryan Turner

I plan on subbing and buying Morrowind when I get paid tomorrow. GW2 is really getting stale for me, WoW is turning into the End Game shuffle now that I’ve caught up, D3 is just chain run Rifts with my new Death toy.

I figure ESO should give me at least a solid 6 months of a new experience.

So if I want to tank then Dragon Knight is the go to user friendly version?

If you sub you get a bottomless profession bag, that would eliminate bag space issues I had?

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Sashaa

The Dragon Knight is the most sought after tank indeed. However, others classes offer decent tanks too, especially Warden. Nightblade sap tanks use to be great too, not since last patch. My experience with other tanks is not sufficient to compare them. I would say that none is more user-friendly than the other, the DK is just more endgame-friendly if you will.

The craft bag is indeed one of the most interesting bonuses of subscribing. Now you can upgrade your inventory too with either game currency (if you’re patient) or real money.
However, if you do your dailies and regularly play, you’ll end up with an insane amount of loot, so I’ll advise not to keep everything and think about selling to other players before deconstructing. You make a lot of money this way, which can be used to buy mats and up your crafting.

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Jay Power

Been playing lately. Wondering if people on this site enjoy the 10-15 minutes of solid running/traveling to get to some of these quest point? I’m not a fan.

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Sashaa

To me, it’s one of the beauty of the game. But if you don’t enjoy the scenery as I do, you can go to Cyrodiil and do the tutorial quests, it will unlock the first pvp skills, among which are the speed buff one, which makes travelling (it works outside of cyro) a lot faster.

And of course, remember to update your mount speed.

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Lethality

Perhaps, the intention isn’t that it’s just a task to get from point A to point B.

Perhaps.

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Loopy

I have to say, ESO is pumping out content at an extremely healthy pace, and i’m happy to see it. After all the talk about doom and gloom in the MMO space, it’s good to see stability.

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Michael18

Well said! I’m not playing ESO (atm) but I always enjoy hearing the good news that’s coming from this title, lately.