Daedric Explorer is a general achievement/trophy in ESO Morrowind. It’s worth ten points, and it is one of those achievements you’ll want to get back to later, after you’ve already completed almost all of it. It requires you to visit all 25 Daedric ruins on Vvardenfell. If you decide to unlock it one go, you’ll start to notice the architecture of these ruins even more and wonder if there is more to this.
Strider Caravaner achievement is a trophy you can earn in Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind. This is a general achievement that’s worth five points. It is considered one of the easiest ones. Its worth in points is equal to the number of minutes you’ll need to unlock it.
Pilgrim’s Path achievement is a trophy in Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. In order to unlock it, you’ll have to find all seven Shrines of the Seven Graces. Finding them and reading their inscriptions will net you five achievement points. These shrines are rather hard to spot from a distance. They are small, engraved stone pedestals with candles on them. In this guide, we’re going to help you unlock ESO Morrowind Pilgrim’s Path achievement, by showing you all shrines of Seven Graces locations.
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.
This achievement requires 1 skill point investment in Fighters Guild tree passive – Intimidate. Only then you can extort gold from NPC merchants located in almost every zone in Tamriel. Optional newbie zones, Coldharbour and Cyrodiil are not on the list. Those merchants are not to be mixed with wandering ones, because they have fixed positions and a horse standing beside them. There are several spawn locations on every map and they are always right next to a road, but NPC can be found only on one location and despawns after interaction. You can’t make a fortune out of this achievement though; sums are around 50-60 gold coins.
Obviously, with this achievement, devs wanted you to feel like Prometheus. Well, you just have to light a fire between two NPCs, literally – not The Doors way , while they argue about it (typical human behavior, innit?). There are a few locations where they can spawn in every zone, except 1-5 zones, Coldharbour and Cyrodiil, all next to main roads. Also, they disappear 1-2 minutes after you interact with them. Those reasons make it really hard to complete this achievement, while many people are online and playing. The witching hour seems like the best option to find them, if you are not afraid.
In order to complete this exploration achievement, you have to find a beggar NPC on every map (optional level 1-5 zones are excluded, Cyrodiil and Coldharbour as well). NPC can be male or female, wearing rags, with the follower icon above their head. There are multiple spawn locations on every map and all are beside roads with no hostiles near that point, but only one NPC can exist in one zone at any given time. Also, NPC despawns a few minutes after any interaction (logging out definitely does that) and that makes it even harder to find a beggar in peak hours.
The Elder Scrolls Online Achievements are incentives in the game that offer rewards to a player for every accomplished specific task.
TESO achievements are divided in numerous groups representing different styles of play: PvP, PvE, defending the keeps, crafting, quests, etc. The list of achievements in TESO will be long with pretty good chances that over time it will be expanded.