Nerdful Things – Elder Scrolls Online: November Daily Rewards Update
Welcome to my Elder Scrolls Online [ESO] update for November. Pinch, punch, first of the month and all that jazz!
The daily rewards are pretty generous this month. Most notable is the Murkmire DLC. There’s no room to miss a day this month either as EVERY day has a reward this time around – whether this is going to be an ongoing thing or not is yet to be seen.
There’s quite a bit of gold up for grabs in the latter part of the month but, aside from Murkmire it’s a fairly lacklustre affair. There’s a non-combat pet but it’s nothing terribly exciting.
I’m quite chuffed with the gold though as my coffers need stocking up – a lot of my listed items aren’t selling and I’ve spent a lot upgrading my packs across various toons as well as sending gold to my two daughters who are playing too.
What’s your thoughts on this month’s offerings? Let them be known below in the comments!
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If you’re new to ESO or you’re just getting back into it, I definitely recommend ESO+. Not only do you get crowns to spend in the crown store with your subscription, you get one of the most invaluable bonuses ever. The craft bag. Struggling for storage space is a nightmare in the game and pack upgrades and horse storage takes time and gold. A lot of gold. The craft bag frees you from the shackles of the poor storage by allowing you to store infinite crafting items and allows you to fill your pockets and bank with items to aid you in battle or to loot the spoils of war and learn new traits, gain key crafting components or just sell them for gold. £53.99 for six months is a bargain.
And, whether you’re a Playstation or XBox user, why not get discounted wallet top ups to fund your ESO+ or just top up your crowns every now and again? Check out the amazing deals at ElectronicFirst. I use them all the time and I usually get the e-mail with my code(s) within ten minutes. Some great savings to be had – £43.99 for a £50 PSN top up? You’d be daft not to!
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