Story of this video is I had a friend who had no idea you could preview individual items from bundles in the ESO Crown Store. So, I decided to make a video to show that, and just talk about the crown store for a bit. I show some other preview options as well explain what is inside of The Elder Scrolls Online Cash Shop.
We are continuing on learning combat basics for Elder Scrolls Online! In today’s ESO Combat Basics video I will cover what AoE’s, DoT’s, synergies, buffs and more are!
Today we’re learning all about ESO Combat Basics! In Elder Scrolls Online there is active combat, meaning you need to dodge, block, interrupt and more! In this video I go over how to do these things, as well signs the game gives you for when you should be doing them! This is only part 1 of this video guide, and my next guide will be part 2 covering more of the combat basics of ESO!
If you have any questions about the combat basics in this video, be sure to leave a comment below and ask!
As you likely know, Im not great at creating good builds. I do make my own, but it’s just for fun and they’re definitely not the best. Other people however, are fantastic at creating end game builds.
Oooh yeah…. End game.
So here is my idea. Would it be helpful to create a guide of when to take certain skills in preparation for these end game builds? Essentially I’d make a guide e planning what skills to take and when, so you have the necessary things unlocked and levelled by the time you can actually create the end game build. Though I would ensure it is new player friendly. This means I would make sure the skills on your bar are actually decent together (and fun!). More experienced players can put anything on their bars and be fine, but newer plyers don’t have that luxury.
I am also considering sharing the builds I make myself with you. As noted these wouldn’t be ‘meta’ or BiS, but fun builds I play with through the game. Would those be fun? Or pointless, since most people want the best builds?
I’m looking to possibly put this site to a bit more use! Right now it’s essentially just a nicely sorted way to find my youtube video guides about ESO. As well, shows of my past and current Let’s Plays. I put up a twitter poll asking this and the response was quite clear.
I’ve attempted to have the website load a bit faster, so please let me know if you have noticed a difference! So far the site is VERY video heavy, so hopefully the changes I made help out.
Now, on to this. I’m considering starting written ESO guides! These guides could cover everything I currently have video guides for (crafting etc.) but I’m really wondering what you feel is needed! Let me know if you believe you would use my written guides, and if so, what you would like to see guides on!
Being able to craft all your own food is a great way to save gold so you can buy some more bank space, as well it gives an interesting passive only applicable to you if you level it up! Learn all about provisioning in ESO with this guide, and it will help you get started! As usual, we take a look at the skill tree, as well let you know exactly what you need to get started and where to find it!