Time for Mud and Mushrooms is the sixth quest in the Psijic Order quest line in Elder Scrolls Online. It takes players on a journey through Deshaan and Shadowfen, where they have to find and seal nine time breaches. This ends with progressing to the sixth level of the Psijic Order skill line, and getting the first part of the Psijic Staff Finder achievement / trophy, called Psijic Mudslinger. In this guide, we’ll show you how to complete ESO Time for Mud and Mushrooms quest, where to find all the time breaches in Black Marsh.
A Breach Amid the Trees is the fifth quest in the Psijic Order quest line in Elder Scrolls Online. It takes the player on a journey through the Valenwood maps, including Malabal Tor, Greenshade and Grahtwood, where they have to find and seal nine time breaches. This will make them advance to the fifth level of the Psijic Order, and get the final part of the Psijic Regulator achievement / trophy, called Psijic Forester. In this guide, we’ll show you how to complete A Breach Amid the Trees quest, where to find all the time breaches in Valenwood.
Breaches of Frost and Fire is the third quest in the Psijic Order quest line in Elder Scrolls: Online. It will take you on a journey through Stonefalls and Skyrim, where you’ll have to find and seal nine time breaches. After you do, you’ll advance to the third level of the Psijic Order, and get the next part of the Psijic Regulator achievement / trophy, called Psijic Regulator. In this guide, we’ll show you how to complete ESO Breaches of Frost & Fire quest, where to find all time breaches in Stonefalls and Skyrim.
Breaches on the Bay is the second quest in the Psijic Order quest line that takes place in Iliac Bay, a region that encompasses three maps. You’ll need to find and seal nine breaches – three each in Glenumbra, Stormhaven and the Alik’r Desert. After you seal all of them, you’ll advance to the second level of the Psijic Order, and get the second part of the Psijic Regulator achievement / trophy, called Psijic Pursuer. In this guide, we’ll show you how to complete Breaches on the Bay quest, where to find all time breaches in Iliac Bay.
Psijic’s Calling quest requires players to find and seal nine time breaches in Summerset. Visiting these locations is required for unlocking the Psijic’s Order Skill Line, a feature introduced in the latest ESO expansion. In this guide, we’ll show you where to start the quest, and how to complete it, with screenshots of locations of all nine Summerset time breaches.
Relics of Summerset is a new achievement in the latest Elder Scrolls Online expansion. To unlock it, you’ll need to find twenty dangerous relics stolen from the Vault of Moawita, that are now scattered around Summerset, and put them in the display boxes. Once earned, this trophy gets you the Finder of Lost Relics title and a furniture piece called Fan of False-Face. In this guide, we’ll show you all twenty Summerset Relics locations.
Summerset is the new area, an island in the southwest of Tamriel, added in the DLC of the same name. Like the others before it, it also has some treasure maps for you to discover. As usual, you’ll get a drawing of a scene where you’ll find the dig spot, and it’ll be up to you to actually pinpoint the location based on the scarce clues. If you get stuck, you should consult our Summerset treasure map locations guide, which will give you detailed explanations with a fair number of screenshots.
Summerset, the latest DLC for ESO, has been released, and it has added a whole new area to the game. The island home of the High Elves has enriched the game in many ways, including new skyshards. There are 18 of them, which is going to translate to quite a few skill points. You’re going to want to collect them all, and you’re probably going to need help with at least a couple. We’re happy to announce we’ve completed our ESO Summerset skyshard locations map, and you’ll find a detailed screenshot guide for each shard in it.
Bethesda has just announced the latest expansion for Elder Scrolls Online. It’s called Summerset, and it’s going to be set on the titular island, the home of the High Elves. It’s going to be released on May 21st on PC, while console players will have to wait until June 5th. The developers have released a couple of trailers – one cinematic, another showing off the expansion in action.
ESO is celebrating a major milestone these days – ten million players. The devs didn’t go into details, so we don’t know whether that’s the number of active players, register accounts or something else entirely. Still, it’s a big, hefty number, and gamers love big, hefty numbers. What’s important for us is the celebratory aspect – it includes a free week, gifts and a dungeon event.
The free play week will be available from November 30th to December 6th, on PC, Mac and Playstation 4. PS4 players will need a PS Plus subscription in order to play. It will include the base game without restrictions (but no Morrowind DLC), letting new player traipse across Tamriel in order to get a feel for the game. New accounts will also get 500 crowns for free, to try out some stuff from the cash store – XP boosters, pets, mounts and such.