Eat Well and Be Merry with Lots of ESO Gold from Provisioning Passives

The lands of Tamriel have various kinds of food and drink. Elder Scrolls Online account holders can make ESO gold by making these Elder Scrolls Online items through Provisioning. This crafting profession not only allows players to make food and drinks, but it also gives players access to a unique skill line. Knowing these passives […]

The lands of Tamriel have various kinds of food and drink. Elder Scrolls Online account holders can make ESO gold by making these Elder Scrolls Online items through Provisioning. This crafting profession not only allows players to make food and drinks, but it also gives players access to a unique skill line. Knowing these passives can make any ESO account holder a good cook in-game.

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More Recipes for more ESO gold

Elder Scrolls Online armor and Elder Scrolls Online weapons are not the only things worth collecting in Tamriel. Recipes are also an important part of any Elder Scrolls Online gold hunter’s collection. In the Provisioning skill line this is supported through the Recipe Quality and Recipe Improvement passive skills. These skills allow players to make higher level food and drinks.

Staying fed for less ESO gold

One quick way to use up your TESO gold is to splurge on food and drinks. This is especially true for provisions that have short durations. Through the Gourmand passive skill however, the duration of any consumed food is increased. This is useful for rare food that gives powerful buffs.

A similar passive is the Connoisseur ability. This also extends the duration of provisioning goods. In this case however, the duration of consumed drinks is extended.

Cooking on an ESO gold budget

Creating consumables can use up lots of gold and items quickly. Through the Hireling passive ability however, those who have this crafting profession can get ingredients for free at least once every 24 hours.

The Provisioning skill line also includes two passives that produce extra servings of the food or drink that has been made. For food items, the Chef passive skill creates extra services. Its counterpart for drinks is the Brewer passive ability. The ability creates extra bottles of drinks up to a maximum of 3 per craft.