Grind Resources – ESO Gold Farming Method 2020


Metal Extraction III (Blacksmithing): Increases chances of materials dropping from deconstruction and makes it possible to extract Tempering Alloy

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As part of a social guild, I am often asked how I make ESO Crown Crates . I am not one of the hugely wealthy players in the game (mostly because I don't follow the last tip in my guide), but I make a couple of million gold in guild sales per week and have managed to turn a few hours of gold-focused gameplay into enough to fund my crippling housing addiction. This guide doesn't contain any particular tips (buy x, sell y, farm z etc), but gives you the basics to earn respectable gold in a reasonable timeframe. Short of finding an aetheric cipher or a gold motif book, your chances of getting rich quick are low. But your chances at getting moderately wealthy in a decent span of time are not. So below is my handy guide to making gold.

ESO is great in that you can passively accumulate crafting materials in your Craft Bag. All you need to do is walk in virtually any direction. Pluck food from tabletops and shelves. Search through urns, barrels, and crates. Dredge through dark caverns and hostile campsites for treasure chests and rare mushrooms. Go foraging through the woods for stray logs and explore waterways for glimmering Nirnroots. The likelihood is that you’ll accidentally hoard stacks of items that other players want to purchase. Best of all, you’ll find highly coveted crafting motifs and recipes while you’re at it.

Of course, if you want to gather materials like a pro, it’s important that you harvest as many resource nodes and pick up as many loose items as you can carry before heading back to town. Additionally, you should deconstruct all your spare equipment pieces and glyphs each time you visit their respective crafting stations. Don’t go selling them to NPC merchants!

In order to juice the most output from equipment deconstruction, you absolutely need to take (and max out) the following skills:

Metal Extraction III (Blacksmithing): Increases chances of materials dropping from deconstruction and makes it possible to extract Tempering Alloy.

Unraveling III (Clothier): Increases chances of materials dropping from deconstruction and makes it possible to extract Dreugh Wax.

Aspect Extraction III (Enchanting): Increases chances of finding Runestones from deconstruction by 10%.

Jewelry Extraction III (Jewelry Crafting): Increases chances of materials dropping from deconstruction and makes it possible to extract Chromium Grains.

Wood Extraction III (Woodworking): Increases chances of materials dropping from deconstruction and makes it possible to extract Rosin.

You can also allocate skill points into hirelings that mail you rare material shipments every 12 to 24 hours. Hirelings make it possible to find much more valuable crafting items (such as tempers) more often, without putting effort into grinding for them. Here are the skills, determined by rank:

Lumberjack Hireling III (Woodworking): A hireling will send a bundle of materials every 12 hours.

Hireling III (Provisioning): A hireling will send a bundle of materials every 12 hours.

Hireling III (Enchanting): A hireling will send a bundle of materials every 12 hours.

Outfitter Hireling III (Clothier): A hireling will send a bundle of materials every 12 hours.

Miner Hireling III (Blacksmithing): A hireling will send a bundle of materials every 12 hours.

The HarvestMap addon is a handy tool for marking the locations of resource nodes in your UI. When you travel to a resource node, the addon will automatically drop a pin that’s composited over the game world, in your map, and on your compass. You can easily install HarvestMap and other addons with the help of a tool like Minion. Keep in mind that HarvestMap doesn’t come packaged with any preloaded data, but it does let you import pins from an external file. HarvestMap also offers an (optional, but highly useful) heatmap mode that calculates pin density and lays out your best-known travel path for resource farming.

To make resource farming more efficient on a node-by-node basis, put 75 Champion Points into The Lover constellation, which grants Plentiful Harvest and Master Gatherer. The former gives you a 10% chance to harvest 100% more resources when gathering, while the latter cuts your gather time by 50%. If you want to increase profits from treasure hunting and container looting, placing 75 CPs into The Shadow constellation will grant you the Fortune Seeker and Treasure Hunter perks, which will (respectively) net a 50% increase to all gold gain and an arbitrary increase to treasure chest loot quality.

With the above skills, you may know how to make more ESO Gold in Elder Scrolls Online . Here is a link to get further information about How to Level Up in Elder Scrolls Online or Sell/Buy ESO Crown Crates ! https://www.igvault.com/ESO-Gold

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