A lot of festival-related activity in these sessions, as most of this play was during the Jester’s Festival. But it also saw the beginning of the Anniversary Event for 2023 as well!
Also, I’ve started making progress with Master Writs, and practicing learning how to use a Restoration Staff, with an eventual goal of being a better healer/support type person for group scenarios.
Last but not least, stumbled into a plot that let me save Casimir, the King of Daggerfall, from assassins! And all because of a dog named Giblets.
This is all solo stuff on my part, mostly exploring the northern part of Auridon as I attempted to use a few of the survey and treasure maps I’ve been getting as writ rewards. And I hit some geysers and got some belated event loot.
This post spans a bunch of sessions, just because most of the ESO activity I’ve had this week all falls into the categories of “running writs, and looking for ingredients to satisfy them”, and “running delves with Paul to get event loot.” So not too much here to go over in depth on a session by session basis.
One big exception to this: we actually went to Auridon to run one of the main event quests going on, which means we’ve now also been to Elden Root in Grahtwood. And we did see the Hooded Figure! But we didn’t engage with her yet.
This post actually covers play across three days–a triple session post! But only one of the three days covered had any real actual RP action, most of the rest of it was a whole helluva lot of crafting and running of writs, and gathering ingredients and materials for said writs. That stuff isn’t really worth a whole separate post, so it’s getting rolled into this one.
Main action here is Paul and me hitting another delve, Tor-Hame-Khard, where we stopped a rogue Justiciar of the Divine Prosecution from using another of those creepy pearls! Thalmor, am I right? Can’t leave ’em alone for an instant.