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My First Murder - Impressions of The Dark Brotherhood

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

You can hear the faint sounds of hundreds of conversations happening at once in the town square. It a busy day for the vendors in Wayrest. A dog barks as a person walks pass, a strong breeze whisks through the alleyway, it’s as if the city fell silent for a fraction of a second and all that was heard was the blood bubbling from the throat of your victim, his lifeless body falling to the cobble path and the clamor of the city begins again.Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

There's No Such Thing as Too Much Communication

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Communication is key when it comes to letting players know more about Elder Scrolls Online. There is no such thing as too much communication but there is such thing as not enough communication. Not enough communication is something that a lot of players are accusing Zenimax of. But is it true and if it’s not true, how much information as players do we deserve?Posted Apr 20, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

An Open Letter on PVP

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In this week's Elder Scrolls Online column, Ryan's penning an open letter to Zenimax's Brian Wheeler about the state of the game's PVP.Posted Apr 6, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

Our Thieves Guild DLC Review

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Thieves Guild was released just a short while ago. If you’ve spent any time progressing through the storyline or advancing through the Thieves Guild passive skill lines you may have noticed this DLC isn’t anything like the previous two. That said, it does display one major aspect that is missing.Posted Mar 23, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

How to Make ESO's Progression Even Better

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Leveling up through an MMORPG is probably one of the best experiences. It’s all about improving your character, learning new skills, trying different styles to see which one you like best or which is the most effective. Yet once you hit level cap that journey is finished, you’re no longer advancing your character with the exception of gear. ESO was supposed to change this mentality with the ability to morph skills as you got better.Posted Mar 9, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

Matt Firor on the Thieves Guild DLC

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

The Theives Guild launches today, March 7th for PC and Mac, and later this month for XB1 and PS4. To celebrate the launch, we caught up with Game Director Matt Firor to chat about the content of this DLC, and how it'll tie into the forthcoming Dark Brotherhood...Posted Mar 7, 2016 by William Murphy

A Healer is a Player Who Gets No Love from ZOS

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

I’ve been spending a lot of my free time on the PTS playing the Thieves Guild, so much that when I logged into the live servers today I had been removed from my Trading Guild. Perhaps, I need to properly manage my game time a bit better. While playing on the PTS I’ve come to realize something, something that I’m not particularly happy about and it’s more of an observation than a realization but it’s still upsetting. Zenimax hates healers.Posted Feb 24, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

Everything You Need to Know About Thieves Guild

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Patch 2.3.0, aka The Thieves Guild was released on the PTS last week. As long as you own the game you have the opportunity to login to the PTS and give this new DLC a try for FREE. Let me tell you, this expansion is extremely enjoyable. Between doing the Guild Jobs and Heists you’ll always have something to do, not to mention main story quest for the Thieves Guild and the side quests that partake in Hew’s Bane. Posted Feb 10, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

The Heart and Lore Behind Tailored in Tamriel

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

Tailored in Tamriel is a new series of lore-based costumes making their way to Elder Scrolls Online's Crown Store. As Elder Scrolls fans well know, the lore of The Elder Scrolls as a series is close to sacrosanct. As such, it only makes sense than Zenimax Online Studios would bring the same sense of care to the actual clothing inside their game. Posted Feb 4, 2016 by William Murphy

The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Pack Sweepstakes!

Elder Scrolls Online -  General

MMORPG.com is very pleased to present this exclusive sweepstakes event! We have partnered with Zenimax Online to give away 300 total Crown Pack gift keys that will give players 1500 crowns for Elder Scrolls Online (100 for PC/Mac, 100 for Xbox One and 100 for Playstation 4)! Enter for your chance to win now! This sweepstakes will run from Feb 4 through Feb 19 @ 9PM EST, 2016.Posted Feb 4, 2016 by William Murphy

A Recap and Analysis of All the Recent News

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

These last couple of weeks have been fantastic for The Elder Scrolls Online. A plethora of information has come out about the future of ESO and the first DLC of this year, Thieves Guild. Let me tell you, almost everything looks exceptionally promising. I say almost because there was some bad news that was released. So let’s discuss the bad stuff first and then get into the good stuff.Posted Jan 28, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

More on the Thieves Guild DLC with Rich Lambert

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

The Thieves Guild will be Elder Scrolls Online's first DLC of 2016, and it's shaping up to be pretty massive in terms of content included. We caught up with ESO's Creative Director, Rich Lambert to ask a few questions about the recent info dump on the content pack.Posted Jan 22, 2016 by William Murphy

Pet Class, Where Art Thou?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

In our last ESO column, our own William Murphy listed off his 2016 Wish List. In this list he makes mention to something that I haven’t really thought of before or even felt like I needed, but now I have this weird compulsion to have it implemented. Bill Murphy you have put this want, nay, need in my mind that has altered my ESO experience. All I can think about anymore is how or what new class would fit into ESO and what kind of abilities it would have.Posted Jan 15, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

My 2016 Wishlist for Tamriel

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Elder Scrolls Online is one of my personal current favorite MMOs. Zenimax Online may not be perfect, but they sure do deliver great content and seem ready and willing to listen to their players. 2015 had some fantastic updates and DLC, but 2016 could be even greater. In this week’s column, I’m going to list out some hopes and dreams about what to expect from ESO in 2016.Posted Dec 31, 2015 by William Murphy

Player Housing - It's More Than Story

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Elder Scrolls Online has been given the MMORPG award for Best MMORPG of 2015 and rightfully so. ESO strives where other games are beginning to fall behind, keeping the game alive and feeling new. Its content release schedule is probably one of the best I’ve seen from any company. Its primary focus is building the game the people want, which isn’t very common.Posted Dec 15, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

The Thieves Guild DLC Will Bring Big Changes to Siege Weapons

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Zenimax is its own worst enemy. They’re releasing content that is so enjoyable that it gets consumed too fast. Orsinium was released barely over a month ago and people are already asking for the next DLC update. Is paying the 3000 crowns really worth a month’s worth of content? Without a doubt, but damn you Zenimax for making content so exciting that we burn through it faster than you thought we could. The next DLC will drop in the first quarter of 2016 and it’s all about the Thieves Guild.Posted Dec 2, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

The Best Things about Orsinium

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Recently, I’ve been diving back into Elder Scrolls Online with renewed fervor. It’s been a while since I really played the game regularly, and while a great DLC the Imperial City along didn’t bring me back. I didn’t have a truly active group of PVP friends to play with. Conversely, Hrothgar and the swell of content that is Orsinium has me logging in daily once more. Here are a few things I think make Orsinium one of ESO’s best content updates.Posted Nov 25, 2015 by William Murphy

How Class Imbalance Works for ESO

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The Elder Scrolls Online has to be one of the most unbalanced games ever to be designed. Dragonknights have a high DPS value with an impressive amount of survivability options. Sorcerers are probably the most annoying classes to fight against with their easy escape abilities. Nightblades have their high burst damage, doesn’t matter if they’re melee range or shooting you from a distance, and Templars are the worst of them all. Posted Nov 18, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Matt Firor on Orsinium and the Future of DLC

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

Now a week since going live, we caught up with Zenimax Online’s Matt Firor to chat about the Orsinium DLC pack, the reception it has received, and what the team has planned for the next update. Posted Nov 11, 2015 by William Murphy

Opining on Orsinium

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Orsinium is a DLC pack that is filled to the brim with features such as new storylines, new solo arena, shield dyes and much more does it have the longevity needed to keep players interested until the next DLC? Posted Nov 4, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

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