Elder Scrolls Online’s Tamriel is not just divided into three Alliances, the land itself is split into various zones. To help newbie Elder Scrolls Online account holders, we made this guide to explain what zones are, and how they can affect your ESO gold hunting strategy.
Zones and your ESO gold hunter
Zones refer to areas that make up Tamriel. These can be thought of as similar to regions except they are not affected by provincial borders. Each Alliance has five zones in addition to two starter zones. Note that a zone is further subdivided into three subzones. Depending on a zone, the general level and content will be easier of harder. This is especially true for Adventure zones and Cyrodiil. Additionally, when venturing into the zones of the other Alliances, ESO account holders can expect Veteran level content.
ESO gold from Adventure Zones
Adventure zones are a special subset of zones. These are special due to their political neutrality and for being designed for groups of four players. As such, they are ideal places to hunt Elder Scrolls Online gold and Elder Scrolls Online items. These zones also contain Trials which are designed for groups of twelve players. Lastly, Adventure Zones have their own storyline that unravel through quests.
Currently, there are two Adventure Zones, namely Craglorn and Murkmire. The former is found in the northeast of Hammerfell while the latter is in western Black Marsh.
Cyrodiil zone and your ESO gold hunter
Players who love the clang of Elder Scrolls Online weapons against Elder Scrolls Online armor will surely know of Cyrodiil. The capital is counted as a zone by itself and is considerably larger than the others. However, it is only subdivided into three subzones. Being the capital, TESO account holders can expect the content to of this zone be geared towards endgame.