The Elder Scrolls Online offers extra rewards for players going back to its original adventures

    
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Not red, nor falling.

While there’s no shortage of new stuff to do right now in The Elder Scrolls Online, the latest event for the game is asking for players to go back to the old school. No, really, the oldest school available in the game. The new Year One event kicking off today is giving players a chance at extra rewards for completing content in the Craglorn, Wrothgar, and Imperial City regions, covering the game’s earliest releases of content and offering event tickets for clearing content.

Players can pick up event tickets for completing daily quests in these areas, and a number of activities within these zones will offer coffers filled with valuable rewards and desirable cosmetics. That should be plenty of motivation to take on the tasks within the older zones, whether you’ve long since cleared the main stories or you’ve never stepped one foot into Craglorn or the Imperial City. Just make sure to do it sooner rather than later, as the event is running until September 7th.

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wjowski

It’s honestly baffling that this game and Fallout 76 were made under the same roof.

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Mallus

I hope someday they include the crafting bag and extra bank slots for free to play players (while offering something extra to subscribers) and that they someday implement a real global auction house so that you’re not forced to join a trading guild for this feature.

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Paragon Lost

Annoying for some though is that to complete the daily quest you have to go into a open pvp zone. I heard some complaints today in that regard.

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Sean

Well, you can still participate. You just won’t be able to earn the max number of 2 tickets per day during the event. Basically you can get on from PVE activties, and one from doing something in Imperial City which is the PVP zone. So those that don’t wanna deal with PVP at all will only be able to get 1 ticket per day. Although I’ve heard it’s very easy to do the quest in IC. You can just stand or hide in a certian spot and get credit for the quest from other players doing the quest goal.

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Paragon Lost

I didn’t say me. 👍🤙😎 I said some were complaining about it. I’ve been playing pvp games online about 30 years. I’m good, I was just commenting as I said on what I read.