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Murkmire Celebration Coming to Elder Scrolls Online February 20

Poorna Shankar | Updated: Feb 12, 2020 5:54 PM | Posted: Feb 12, 2020 5:54 PM
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The Murkmire Celebration is coming to Elder Scrolls Online on February 20. Here are the details.

The event is going live at 10a ET on February 20 and will run through March 3 at 10a ET. Bonus rewards, event tickets, and more are up for grabs. You’ll have to own the Murkmire DLC, or have an active ESO Plus subscription.

Simply enter the zone and start the main storyline there. Killing monsters, looting chests, safeboxes, Thieves Troves, Psijic portals, and more will net you Murkmire Strongboxes which can contain:

  • Crafting materials
  • Style items
  • Set items (from the Murkmire zone overland sets)
  • Trinkets you can sell for gold
  • Motif chapters
  • Wooden Grave-Stake Memento fragments
  • Voriplasm Pet fragments

Bonus rewards are also up for grabs:

  • Blackrose Prison arena bosses
    • Additional chance to receive bonus items as drops
  • All Murkmire daily quests
  • Double daily quest reward crates
  • Double drops from zone harvesting nodes
  • Resource nodes

You can also earn up to three tickets per day by slaying monsters which you turn into the Impresario for:

  • All four Indrik Feathers
  • Spectral Berries of Bloom
  • Spectral Berries of Budding
  • Spectral Berries of Growth
  • Voriplasm Pet fragments
  • Wooden Grave-Stake Memento fragments


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