Stormhaven has 16 Skyshards for you to collect scattered around the landscape or found inside solo and public dungeons. It is a level 17-23 zone for the Dagerfall Covenent faction. Some of the skyshard locations are pretty scenic and include tower tops, waterfalls and other screenshot worthy vistas. Take your time exploring this land and its problems with the dream infestation and don’t forget to visit High King Emeric in Wayrest. Bellow you will find screenshot guides for every collectible on the map.
On Koeglin’s crown.
As you enter Stormhaven you will see the skyshard up on the hill to the left of the road.
Atop the stairs of Newgate.
Screenshot shows the Rivenspire gate to the right and the skyshard is on top of the stairs to the left.
Going left here will face you with three spiders – group bosses.
Zoomed in map showing the exact location of the shard.
Beside the henge of Nightmare Crag.
As you reach the top of the Crag you will see the skyshard shining.
Exact location of the shard on zoomed in map.
The foot of Wind Keep’s falls.
Skyshard’s location is quite scenic.
Zoomed in map to give you a better understanding of the location.
Before a breach in Aphren’s wall.
There’s a lake north-northeast of Dro’dara plantation wayshrine. You will see steps that lead up to Aphren’s Hold ruins (steps are left on the screenshot above). Skyshard is actually on the top of the waterfall you see on the picture above.
As you climb the stairs you should see the shard shining.
Atop the soulless tower.
You can see the shine as you approach the tower.
Climb up the stairs all the way to the top and enjoy the magnificent view and 1/3 of a skill point.
Zoomed in map to see the exact location of the collectible
In the monster’s pantry.
As you go around Scrag’s Larder killing ogres you will see a small pathway leading in between the rocks and the shard shining.
Zoomed in map to show the skyshard’s exact location.
If you have a group of friends close by you can kill Cousin Scrag, who is just around the corner.
Where the giant’s tears fall.
Stairs to the left, waterfall to the right, skyshard on the top.
As you climb to the top you will see the shard on one of the wooden platforms.
Wonderful view from up here.
Camped in sight of the eastern gate.
You can see Zymel Kruz group boss in the background here
Collectible is placed between two tents just up some stairs north of the road that takes you to Bangkorai.
Delve deep with the bear’s claw.
Bearclaw mine is appropriately names.
As you approach the last boss and the exit out of the dungeon you will see the collectible to your right.
Locked behind Farangel’s iron bars.
Skyshard is located half way through the dungeon, behind some metal bars. Just get close to it and you can collect it without much trouble.
Exact location on the map of Farangel’s delve dungeon
Mine your manners outside Steelheart.
Enter the mine and proceed toward the back.
Turn right here.
Inside that side passageway you will find the collectible.
Exact location of the skyshard on Koeglin mine map
Explore the ruins north of Wind’s Keep.
You can see the skyshard in an alcove in the first large room you enter.
Norvulk Ruins map with player location marking the collectible spot.
Comb the abbey’s catacombs.
Just South of the Pariah Abbey in the Pariah Catacombs. It’s in the Northwest area, within the cave-like section.
As you get closer to the end of the dungeon you will see the skyshard to your right.
Map location of the collectible inside Pariah Catacombs
West of Firebrand, deep beneath the tower.
Enter Portdun Watch
As you reach the last boss of the dungeon (seen on the left in the screenshot above) you will find the skyshard to your right.
Exact location of the shard
Explore the ruins of broken marrow.
Bonesnap Ruins entrance is hidden among wooden scaffolding.
Skyshard is hidden all the way to the west of the dungeon, behind a big pull of several mobs.
Exact location of the shard inside Bonesnap Ruins. I managed to miss this spot on my first runthrough of the dungeon.
Why there no map where those dungeons are located? Can’t find them.
Alternatively, you could just wander at random, and enjoy the scenery… that’s also quite enjoyable 🙂