The Summerset Isles are part of the territories controlled by the Aldmeri Dominion in Elder Scrolls Online. Elder Scrolls Online account holders can visit the second largest island of this region otherwise known as Auridon. To help new owners of an ESO account, we compiled a very basic guide on what is worth seeing in this zone.
Basic info ESO Account holders need
The Auridon zone is designed for characters around level 3 to 15 on a new TESO account. It is also home to quite a number of Skyshards – 16 of them – which is great to get early skill points. The island is also home to one of the largest cities in the Aldmeri Dominion: Firsthold. This city is located to the northwest of the island. Other cities players can visit in Auridon include Skywatch to the east and the port city of Vulkhel Guard to the south.
Places ESO Account holders can visit there
Numerous settlements, wayshrines and caves dot the island of Auridon. Near Firsthold, there is the small town of Greenwater Cove and the North Beacon lighthouse. Silsailen is a small town north of Vulkhel Guard, while to the northwest is the South Beacon lighthouse.
Several Elven ruins can be found on the island including Ezduiin, Tanzelwil and Torinaan. The Harborage however is the only natural cavern on the island. It is also home to the Prophet.
The faithful can visit the Firsthold Wayshrine across the bridge east of the city. Greenwater Wayshrine is just north of the small town for which it was named. Those seeking fortune in the elfin ruins can also seek blessing at the Tanzelwil Wayshrine north of it.
Dolmens and Mundus Stones and your ESO Account
If you’re part of the Fighters Guild or simply want to get extra gear, Auridon has a few Dolmens and Mundus Stones for you. The Calambar Dolmen can be found west of Mathiisen near the center of the island. Northwest of Vulkhel Guard lies the Lluvamir Dolmen while south east of Firsthold is the Vafe Dolmen.
There are only two Mundus Stones that can be found on the island, namely The Lady and The Lover.