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The 'Plane' Truth About Furniture Crafting

Posted by Suzie Ford on Feb 13, 2017  | Comments

The 'Plane' Truth About Furniture Crafting -

The Elder Scrolls Online site has been updated with a handy FAQ for those who are interested in learning about furniture crafting. Anyone, even non-homeowners, can take part in creating furniture to sell to other players. As players accrue recipes (similar to cooking recipes), they can access them at any crafting station to start making furniture provided the correct materials are on hand.

Homeowners have the double advantage of both being able to create their own decorations as well as making a few extras to sell for extra gold. Tables, chairs, lanterns, treasure chests, coffins, thrones and many other items are available to craft.

Are there any really cool, unique items that are only available via Furnishing Crafting?

Yes! As an example, you can craft enchanted humanoid Target Skeletons to practice your combat abilities and check your damage potential. There are two varieties you can craft with one hardier than the other (these look different than the Argonian and Khajiit versions found in the Housing Editor purchase tab). There are also lots of other decorative items exclusive to Furnishing Crafting, too.

The team has plans to add more options and recipes to Furniture Crafting in future updates.

You can get all the details on the Elder Scrolls Online site.

Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom
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