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Crafting writ delivery?

zaria
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I wanted to do crafting writs on my low level warden, mostly to get surveys. However to deliver them I have to go to Ardudin as she is AD, leaving Morrowind will start the standard main quest something I don't want. is it an way around this ? weird you can get the crafting quests everywhere but can only deliver one place?
Grinding just make you go in circles.
Asking ZoS for nerfs is as stupid as asking for close air support from the death star.

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  • Hippie4927
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    Just don't talk to the 'hooded stranger'.
    PC/NA/EP
  • Jayne_Doe
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    Just as an FYI...you can also turn in your writs in Davon's Watch (in Stonefalls) or Daggerfall (in Glenumbra). While the quest will instruct you to turn in to Vulkhel Guard and the quest marker points you there, you can actually turn in to any of the three writ turn-ins for each writ level.
  • zaria
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    Jayne_Doe wrote: »
    Just as an FYI...you can also turn in your writs in Davon's Watch (in Stonefalls) or Daggerfall (in Glenumbra). While the quest will instruct you to turn in to Vulkhel Guard and the quest marker points you there, you can actually turn in to any of the three writ turn-ins for each writ level.
    Thank, I assumed so as I have delivered undaunted pledges at the other outposts before.
    Some other locations might be better as the davon watch layout is too stretched out.

    Back in the beginning i think you could deliver the writs other places?
    its still an place who look like an crafting delivey point in Rawl'kha
    Grinding just make you go in circles.
    Asking ZoS for nerfs is as stupid as asking for close air support from the death star.
  • Jayne_Doe
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    zaria wrote: »
    Jayne_Doe wrote: »
    Just as an FYI...you can also turn in your writs in Davon's Watch (in Stonefalls) or Daggerfall (in Glenumbra). While the quest will instruct you to turn in to Vulkhel Guard and the quest marker points you there, you can actually turn in to any of the three writ turn-ins for each writ level.
    Thank, I assumed so as I have delivered undaunted pledges at the other outposts before.
    Some other locations might be better as the davon watch layout is too stretched out.

    Back in the beginning i think you could deliver the writs other places?
    its still an place who look like an crafting delivey point in Rawl'kha

    It's only been this way since One Tamriel launched (before, you were stuck in your alliance and even when you could access the other alliances at veteran level, you still had to turn in writs in your own alliance if you were still doing lower tier writs). I usually pick up all my writs in Mournhold, since the boards and all the crafting stations are close together. Then, if I have a delivery to a Zone 1 location (Tier 1 writs), I usually port to the wayshrine in Daggerfall, since it's not too far from the drop-off location. The one in Auridon may be about the same, but there are so many duelers around the wayshrine there that I don't like going there.

    Tier 2 writs are easy to deliver in Mournhold. Wayrest is far too spread out and Elden Root isn't as close as Mournhold. For my Tier 3 writs, it's Shadowfen, since the turn-in is basically right next to the Wayshrine. Tier 4 writs, I turn in at Alik'r - the drop-off is a little way from the Wayshrine, but it's a straight shot on your mount. I don't do any other tiers besides the top tier writs in Crag, so I don't know about the other locations.
    Edited by Jayne_Doe on May 26, 2017 6:45PM
  • zaria
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    Thank, then i will use Mournhold for low level ones, if I start to do writs on them.
    Too much to do, too little time.
    Grinding just make you go in circles.
    Asking ZoS for nerfs is as stupid as asking for close air support from the death star.
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