We’re back with another power leveling guide for Elder Scrolls Online. This guide will cover another method to power level – through exploration. Think of it this way: not only are you unlocking zones for XP, you are also able to salvage weapons and loot for your Elder Scrolls Online account while you’re at it! It’s killing two birds with one stone! Find out more about this awesome power leveling tactic in the article below.
Continuation: Next Levels for ESO Account Holders
As mentioned in our previous guide, start collecting enough skyshards to gain skill points and put them into your class and weapon skills. Make sure to fill the bottom bar with skills: 5 in total, plus an Ultimate, as you will get double XP for every location you find. The training trait will also be helping you get extra XP in those skill lines. Once you reach Level 4 of each skill, remove the skill from the bar and put another skill in its place to level. Do not use points to morph! The morph requires much more XP to level.
There are only a few ultimate skills available in the early stages of the game, so once you’ve levelled them all, you can morph them and begin to level them again. It’s always best to have something to level – never leave any slot spaces! As you are getting XP for the weapon you have in your hand you may like to put one or more of the skills at the bottom to level and put another weapon in your hand so you are levelling to different weapon skill lines at the same time.
Feel free to adjust according to your preferred character build on your Elder Scrolls Online account.
Exploring the Starter Islands for ESO Account Holders
Right now, you ought to be at about Level 10. Complete the welcome quest in the Alliance war for another skill point. This next stage you have to make a beeline for the starter islands and complete the main quests found there. The present Level 4 gear on your TESO account will be fine as you will have better skills and a higher level. However, do note that the higher leveled you are than the
Exploring the Mainland for ESO Account Holders
Once you have completed the starter islands on your ESO account, head back to the mainland. You should be at around Level 12 by this stage and have most first skills on Level 4. By Level 12, you can have the first two skills of each class completed, plus an Ultimate or two from those classes. You should also have a weapon skill or two completed, and your armor classes. If you’re using extra gains like the training trait, or if you have multiple skills on the bar from one class, the level should be between 12 – 17 for these skill lines – which isn’t bad, considering you haven’t even started the main part of the game yet on your TESO account.