So you are thinking of picking up an ESO Walkthrough, but aren’t sure which one to get. It’s understandable. The sheer number of guides available is overwhelming, and most of them focus on one class, or one alliance or one set of levels. If you aren’t the sort of player who prefers to stick with one specific class or one specific race, picking up a guide can feel like restricting yourself to only a small part of the game.
With eso class guides so common, it is easy to feel like you have to pick one class. If you buy a nightblade guide, you have to keep playing nightblades, or a sorcerer guide traps you into playing sorcerers. After all, you’d be foolish to try another class without all the advantages your guide gives you, right? Guides like this one,that cover all classes, and all levels, give you the freedom to experiment, try different classes, different races, and play the game from start to finish.
Like all good eso leveling walkthroughs, this guide doesn’t try to rush you through the game. ESOs skill points and crafting systems both require you take some detours and spend time on seemingly unimportant tasks. If you focus on getting through quests and levels as quickly as possible, you’ll end up with a severely underpowered character. Leveling in this game is a balance between taking the time to build up your character’s abilities and gaining xp. Instead, this guide shows you where you need to go off the beaten track to find SkyShards, hidden quests, and secret crafting locations. All of which are critically important to building a character that can hold its own in the higher levels.
As a walkthrough, this guide is designed to show you everything. Not just an eso leveling guide (though it is that), you can find details on every quest, every town, every level, every dungeon. No stone was left unturned, so you can travel Tamriel confident that whoever you are and where ever you go, this guide will have the information you need.
You have many options for picking up a game guide, but most of those options are extremely specialized. If you want a guide that is covers all aspects of the game, from Nightblades to Veteran Level 10 dungeons, this is the guide for you.
During the beta release of ESO, Nightblades were the most popular class. Not too surprising given the constant appeal of rogues throughout MMOs. ESO Nightblade builds may stand out from the typical rogues gallery due to both their flexibility in play style, and heavy reliance on magic, but they are still rogues. And who doesn’t love a rogue?
For players used to other MMO rogues, creating an elder scrolls online nightblade build can be a bit challenging. Put simply, there are just too many options. This class can be built out as DPS assassins, magic-based battlefield controllers, stealth tanks, ranged dps, thieves, and much more. What to play a paladin-esque devotee of a dark god? You can. A woods-ranger who uses poison arrows and magic mists to deceive and destroy her enemies? Go for it. The flexibility and options available for this class–especially in combination with the various races of Tamriel–is practically unheard of in mmos. Unfortunately, all this flexibility can make building a character difficult.
Unless you really understand how different skills, abilities, weapons, and racial modifiers interact, it is very easy to start with an amazing idea, and end up with an unplayable creation. It’s even easier to try to do too much–after all, what’s to stop you from building an assassin-ranger-tank-dps-ranged-mage-fighter? A lot has been made of the ‘unlimited’ skill points in ESO, but that doesn’t mean you can actually build absolutely anything and make it work. If only because the extremely limited stat points will trip you up if you try.
To get the most out of your elder scrolls online nightblade builds, you need to pick up a class guide. With the guide, you can learn what works, and what doesn’t, find pre-made elder scrolls online nightblade builds, with detailed information on why they work, learn how stat and skill points work together, find inspiration for new types of builds, even find an ESO Nightblade PVP build or two.
For rogue loving eso-players, Nightblades are almost a dream come true, with their flexible play styles, huge range of build possibilities, and simply beautiful stealth options. But if you want to get the most out of these rogue-type characters, you need to understand them. ESO rogues aren’t like rogues in other MMOs, so if you want to build a truly epic Nightblade, pick up the guide and see what you end up with.
DragonKnights are an amazing class to play. A combination of fighter and mage with the ability to call the powers of a dragon, they can easily rule the battlefield. If they are built right. Like a fighter/mage classes, they can be epic if they are built well, and squishies if they are built poorly. A good Eso dragon knight build needs both stamina to power the physical abilities, and magicka to power the magical abilities. Usually, this means the health stat gets the short end of the stick, leading to a character that goes “squish” any time an enemy gets one good hit in.
Sometimes, the best thing to do is accept a squishy character. For instance, if you are building an eso light armor dragonknight build with a focus on archery, they can afford to be squishy because they attack from outside of melee. With good dodge (Stamina) they can deal massive damage and not worry too much about getting hit. A tank, on the other hand, meant to stand in the middle of the enemies and aggro them for as long as possible, simply cannot afford to be squishy. A squishy in the middle of melee is dead, and a dead tank aggros no one.
A good eso dragonknight guide can help you find the right balance for your character. No matter what people say, there is no such thing as an objectively “best” character build. What you need is to find the best build for you. With dragonknights, that will mean finding a build that suits your playstyle, while not being any squishier than necessary.
Dragon knights in the elder scrolls online aren’t the most popular class. They don’t have the rogue-appeal of the Nightblades or the flashiness of the sorcerers. But beneath the appearance of a simple warrior beats the heart of a dragon. Playing this class is like nothing else in MMOs. With the flexibility inherent in ESO classes, the variety of builds available is probably uncountable. And many of those builds are epic. As long as you can avoid the curse of the squishy, you can have tons of fun with this class, and play them all the way to max level. Have fun!