Elder Scrolls Online

It’s coming up to the first anniversary of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited console version, sometimes ESOTU, but for me it’s ESO. It’s had 3 DLCs and a price reduction which has brought a wave of new players to Tamriel. We love new players, especially those new to MMOs, and we’ll soon see the Dark Brotherhood – personally, I can’t wait.

There are all sorts of opinions and loudest seem to be negative – it’s not like ……, if it had X like ….. and others. Yes it has it’s issues, it’s a huge game, and with some of us having grown up with games that could never dream of being so involved, we don’t care. If you don’t like it, go play something else.

We’ve had a few pages on here for a while, but it’s time to get organised and also write some helpful advice to people new to the mmo genre and to Elder Scrolls. Remember, everyone had to play a game for the first time and I’m sure you all got something wrong. So we are going to create some pages which you will find useful and/or entertaining.

ESO Guilds – we have a guild on both EU and NA PS4 servers heavily biased towards the Ebonheart Pact, but we will include the other guilds we feel adopt a similar inclusive and helpful ethos as we do.

Streaming gameplay – check out the stream team, some of us occasionally stream ESO.

Below are links to some of our first pages – check the menu as we develop this. Some of them may be slightly duplicated, or cross over subjects, or could be a different point of view – they are all written by players and we all know how different people’s views may be.

A beginners guide
MMO Terminology
Guildmaster’s Corner – ZeroDragon gets his opinions out

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