Lost Library is one of the quests in ESO Morrowind. It stars only after you bring all 30 ancestral tomb rubbings to librarian Bradyn in the Library of Vivec. He’ll send you to find the lost library of Andule, east of Red Mountain, and bring him several important tomes from it. Once there, you’ll have to solve several puzzles in order to get the books. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to solve ESO Morrowind Lost Library quest, how to complete the Daedric tile puzzle and which answers to give to ancestor spirit questions.
Ancestral Tombs are sacred burial grounds in ESO Morrowind. The “Ancestral Tombs Hunter” general achievement worth 50 points is given to those that collect them all, and hand the quest back to Librarian Bradyn. There is even a quest that starts to introduce you to this subject, but the objective only marks one of the tomb locations. Other than the achievement points, you’ll gain additional experience points for the two quests, as well as some juicy prizes. Our ESO Morrowind Ancestral Tomb locations guide will help you find all 30, so you can get the rubbings and find the Lost Library.
ESO Morrowind is out – at least the early access version is. This means anyone on PC can start playing now if they preorder a particular version of the game. However, some people who’ve bought it on Steam are having issues. The game doesn’t allow them to access Morrowind content, even though they’ve purchased and downloaded it. There’s a simple solution that may help at least some of them. Those that don’t manage to get it to work will have to contact Steam’s or Bethesda’s support team.
A Hireling of House Telvanni is a quest in ESO Morrowind. It takes you through the adventures of the slave Sun-in-Shadow in Sadrith Mora. This quest is the first of many in a large chain. Completing them all will unlock the Rising Sun achievement, which is worth 10 points.
The best Warden race for new characters in ESO Morrowind depends on the role you want your character to play. If you are an experienced player, who plays Elder Scrolls Online regularly, you probably already know the answer to this question. This guide is intentded to help new players who might not know about the best roles for certain races.
Morrowind, the first Elder Scrolls Online expansion, offers a vast number of new armor and weapon sets. They are categorized in four groups: Overland, Crafted, Battleground and Trial. Each one of them has unique looks, and a light, medium and heavy version that favor magicka, stamina or health regeneration. In this guide, we’re going to show you a list of ESO Morrowind armor sets & weapons, what they look like and their stats.
Morrowind is an expansion for Elder Scrolls Online, with achievements of its own. This ESO Morrowind achievements list shows what to expect from the first expansion, offering insight into the four main categories: General, Exploration, Quests and Trial. If you get the expansion, you can expect 69 new achievements to unlock. Earning them all will net you 1335 points, nine titles, two dyes and one skin.
Vvardenfell is the new area from the ESO Morrowind DLC. It is an interesting zone for finding treasure chests. One treasure drawing, for example, discloses that a chest is hidden close to a pool. Later on, I discovered this is actually a lava pool. After an hour of searching, I only figured this out because the foliage on the picture was all dried out and pointy. In this guide, we’re going to show you all Vvardenfell treasure map locations, to help you find the dig spots shown on the photos.