Elder Scrolls Online allows ESO account holders to wield two one-handed Elder Scrolls Online weapons at the same time. Characters doing so will gain experience in the Dual Wield skill tree that grants various beneficial passive skills. These skills are offense oriented and improve damage despite an opponent’s Elder Scrolls Online armor.
Wielding two weapons for your ESO gold hunter
One of the main downsides of wielding two weapons at once is damage penalties. In particular, the damage penalty for the weapon wielded in the off-hand. Thankfully, the Dual Wield Expert Passive improves the damage of the off-hand weapon. Elder Scrolls Online account holders with Dual Wield characters also get Controlled Fury. This reduces the cost of this skill tree’s abilities. The lower cost can help improve TESO gold savings for your TESO account.
More ESO gold from faster kills
The first passive skill you’ll unlock in the Dual Wield skill tree is the Slaughter passive. This improves the damage your abilities deal when your target is low on health. The damage dealt can be improved further with the Ruffian passive. This skill increases the damage taken by disabled targets when they are attacked with dual wielded weapons. Note that a target is considered disable when they are stunned, immobilized, disoriented or silenced.
Mixed weapons on your ESO gold hunter
The last passive skill in the Dual Wield skill tree is Twin Blade and Blunt. This is only active if you have different Elder Scrolls Online items wielded in each hand. To be more precise, it only activates when you have an axe or mace in one hand, and a sword or dagger in the other. The skill improves the bleed chance of the axe or the damage of the mace. Similarly, the sword will get improved damage. However, the dagger will get an increase to critical strike.