The Shadowfen is home to the Knahaten Flu and a myriad of diseases and swawmp creatures. This however does not deter rogue Dunmer to hunt its fetid mires for Argonians to take as slaves. In today’s guide we take a closer look at this zone and how players can get Elder Scrolls Online items and Elder Scrolls Online armor from it.
Fixing your Elder Scrolls Online weapons
Under the Ebonheart Pact, the Shadowfen zone has seen less slavers as slavery has been outlawed by the faction. There are still Dark Elves in the area violating this law. Aside from slaves, characters can also find a total of 16 Skyshards in the area. Note that thus zone is designed for characters level 24 to 31.
Players looking for a place to repair their Elder Scrolls Online armor and weapons in Shadowfen can head to the city of Stormhold located to the north of the zone. Aside from the city, civilization can be found in Alten Corimont, a port to the east of the zone. There is also the village of Murkwater to the south and another village to the southeast near the Percolating Mire.
Using your Elder Scrolls Online weapons in dungeons
There are several ruins in the swamps and mires of the zone for those wanting to test their Elder Scrolls Online armor. There are Argonian ruins to the east commonly called the Atanaz Ruins. They are east of the Alten Corimont port. Another Argonian ruin, Chid-Moska Ruins, lie to the southwest, just west of Murkwater. The Broken Tusk is a Daedric ruin in the east of the zone, while the Shrine of the Black Maw is an Ayleid ruin west-northwest of the capital.
Upgrading your Elder Scrolls Online weapons
If you are looking for stronger Elder Scrolls Online armor and weapons to upgrade to, you can get these from the Shadowfen’s group bosses. Look for these tough monsters in Bitteroot Cave, Captain Bones’ Ship, and Haynekhtnamet’s Lair. Nen Ria is an Ayleid ruin that contains a group boss. It can be found west of Mud Tree Village. There is also the ruined temple of Xal Thak just southwest of the Alten Corimont port.