Nerdful Things – Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Rise Event 2019
Starting today, Elder Scrolls Online [ESO] has its Dragon Rise Event. Featuring the Dragon Hold prologue as well as objectives to unlock new outfits, home furnishings as well as a pet among other things. And, of course, event tickets for those Indrik mounts!
The event is in Elsweyr and, if you haven’t got the chapter, it is discounted to entice new players into the world of dragons and Khajit. It’s a community event, similar to the Summerset event last year.
The Dragon Rise event kicks off on Thursday, October 3, at 3:00PM BST and runs until Monday, October 14, at 3:00PM BST. During the event, there are three exclusive rewards up for grabs:
- Green Dragon Imp pet
- Grim Harvester Costume
- Dragon’s Treasure Trove furnishing
I haven’t been on it much lately – just log in for my daily rewards and my hireling goods so this is a good reason to jump back in again!
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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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