Proper Ways to Level Up in ElderScrolls Online

Are you still try to get your character’s level up in ESO? Unlike previous games, your level is not determined by the number of skill increases but instead by the amount of experience gained overall. Gaining experience (xp) can seem challenging and there are a large number of ways in which you can go about it. Read the article below for a helpful guide to making your character more powerful!

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1.Try crafting.
Crafting items can level you overall, but it will also level your skills in that crafting specialty. This is useful for getting experience and the skills necessary to make quality items (that you can sell!). There are a number of different crafting skills to try, including weaponsmithing, armorsmithing, and alchemy.

2.Fight harder enemies.
The harder the enemies you fight, the more XP you’ll get when you kill them. As such, if you’re getting into higher levels and you see those wolves aren’t really leveling your skills anymore, you’ll know it’s time to move on to something a little bigger. Quest time!

3.Fight with others.

Some less well-balanced MMOs allow other people to steal your kills, but not so in ESO. Since you don’t need to worry about stealing someone’s kill, you should feel free to help out others in battles. If you help enough, you’ll get a little XP. If you really work together, you can split the XP evenly! 

4.Get buffs.
You can get buffs (or bonuses to your normal leveling rate) through a few different means. The easiest is to find a Mundus Stone (like the standing stones in Skyrim or birthsigns in Oblivion) which will increase the stat you wish to level. These are located across Tamriel and you will need to seek them out.

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Professional ElderScrolls Online Woodworking Guide

Woodworkers in The Elder Scrolls Online are able to craft a variety of weapons and armors using wood as resources. In order to begin crafting in this profession players simply need to gather stacks of wood and then bring them to a Woodworking station in any city or town that has one.


Once at the station players will need to refine their wood into sanded pieces. After resources are converted to sanded they can then be used to craft actual weaponry and armor. Woodworkers are also able to use various resins to improve the overall quality of the items they craft.

Weapon and Armor Types
Because Woodworking is all about using wood as a base resource players are only able to create weapons and armors that use this material. Below we’ve listed what weapons and armor pieces you can make via this profession.

Here are the weapon and armor types Woodworkers can craft:

This profession is mostly best suited for players wishing to have a mage character (such as a Sorcerer). The majority of the weapons are staves which include the Inferno Staff, Ice Staff, Lightning Staff, and Restoration Staff.

Woodworking Skills

Just like all other crafting professions in Elder Scrolls Online, Woodworkers get access to a set of special passive skills that assist them in gathering materials and crafting items.

Here are the available skills for this profession:
1).Woodworking Skill – Basic skill that simply allows the use of higher quality materials as you progress through the Woodworking skill line.
2).Keen Eye Wood – Makes logs in the world easier to spot when you come close enough to them. (Range goes from 20 meters to 60 meters as the rank is progressed.)
3).Lumberjack Hireling – A hireling that will send you resources and other crafting items each day (quality and quantity of items increases with rank progression.)
4).Wood Extraction – Improves your chances of extracting wood resources.
5).Carpentry – Reduces the overall research time of items and the number of items you can research simultaneously (both go up a bit as you progress the skill.)
6).Resin Expertise – Improves your chances of improving items using various resins (chances improve more as you progress the skill.)

Woodworking, like pretty much every other craft in ESO, is a slow skill to level up. In order to max it out you’ll need to gather a ton of resources (wood), craft a variety of bows / staves / shields using the maximum number of resources to improve their quality, and always be moving on to higher quality wood types (Oak, Hickory, Yew, etc) as you unlock them.

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