The Elder Scrolls Online will be holding a special High Isle stream tomorrow, June 24th, with actor Billy Boyd, who voices Braghas in the new chapter. ZeniMax will also be kicking off the new Zeal of Zenithar event next week.
The ESO Live stream will take place tomorrow at 3pm EDT on the Bethesda Twitch channel. Actor Billy Boyd will join community managers Jess Folsom and Gina Bruno for an interview about his career, his decision to join High Isle as the Wood Elf Braghas, and other voiceover work he's done.
The team will also involve designer Jason Barnes who’ll discuss Braghas himself, and also the process of designing an all-new character for an established game like The Elder Scrolls Online, including why he was the right choice to take you through the new Tales of Tribute card game.
Next week, an all new event, Zeal of Zenithar, starts on June 30th and runs through July 12th. The event is symbolized by Zenithar, the Divine of labor and commerce, and will yield some sweet benefits for the crafters and traders, as well as your first chance to complete the morph for the Shining Aurelic Quasigriff mount.
To participate, you’ll be able to grab an intro quest, finish that, and get a daily quest for the duration of the event. Finish the daily quest, “Honest Toil” each day to get a Zenithar’s Sublime Parcel box. There are also other activities that reward a Zenithar’s Delightful Parcel box. However, if your toil runs towards the more dishonest side of things, you’ll be able to try to steal parcels from citizens through methods like pickpocketing or thieves' troves.
What’s in those boxes? Items you can get include crafting boosters, materials, outfit style pages for the new High Rock Spellsword armor, repair kits, treasure maps, and more.
Other things you can enjoy during the event include several Global event modifiers. Repair costs on vendors are reduced by 50%, wayshrine travel is reduced by 75%, vendor prices are reduced by 10%, and other bonuses.