ESO quests are terrible
"Hey go there and do that but watch out there are things that can't kill you"
The level of ease is actually ridiculous. There should be some incredibly difficult solo quests in the game that require gear and mechanics that usually come from the help of the community.
And by mechanics I DONT mean another normal dwemer sphere but has 10x the health and 10x the damage but still the same boring predictable attacks.
This is one department I think ESO is genuinely terrible in. It's way way WAY too easy to quest.
I remember that I went to craglorn far too early, as soon as I got to the capital.. and got my face beat in by gargoyls all over the place.
But I only started playing just over a year ago.
I just wish it were skyrim adept difficulty level at least. I mean the big baddies in this game are incredibly anticlimactic because they are so easy. .....
Olms +2 is anticlimactic? Rakkhat HM is anticlimactic? Granted, not all of us are in guilds that do that in their sleep with speed runs and no deaths for grins and giggles, Some of us found them to be somewhat of a challenge when we first cleared them. Well, I have not cleared Olms +2 yet.
But that is where the PvE challenge is intended to be. Not overland trash mobs and not even Doshia. Heck, Doshia was not really a challenge the first week the game was out. It was just a matter of staying behind her to avoid her cleave.
Tired overused response is tired and overused. We clearly are not talking about hm dungeons, or trials. Adept difficulty on skyrim was not hard, by ANY measure. But it at least made you think a little when faced with bosses. Why do you people insist on twisting our words when we say things? When I say adept skyrim difficulty, I -MEAN- adept skyrim difficulty, there is no hidden code that transaltes it into REALLY meaning skyrim legendary difficulty.
Yea, I agree. The premise of this thread is tired and slightly overused so I guess responses will follow suit.
It is kind of silly to suggest replies that have already been provided to a thread topic never be used before when the same lame thread pops up from time to time. This is the same topic that has come up from time to time merely disguised with the difficulty level from a different game.
Besides, Adept difficulty for you is more like Master difficulty for a new player not wearing all that fancy set bonus and with zero CP.
It is just not going to happen in a large scale MMORPG. As stated before, different content is designed for different difficulty levels. Do not like my previous reply, to bad because that is the way it will remain.
Did you just say adept on skyrim was....
I cant even.....
Might want to read what I said more carefully. Seems as though you missed something my statement is 100% correct.
I will try to spell it out a little more carefully for you.
What you would find to be equivalent to Skyrim Adept Difficulty with your max CP and your fancy BiS set bonus may be great for you.
However, the new player wearing droped gear, likely no set bonus, certainly unlikely any 5PC, and having zero CP and lacks the 3 1/2 years experience in the game that you do will find that difficulty much higher than Adept.
That a fact jack whether you like it or not and regardless of the attempt to dismiss it with that slight.
I will also repeat, it isn't going to happen in a large scale MMORPG. Different content is designed for different difficulty levels. Do not like my previous reply, to bad because that is the way it will remain That is also a fact.
For a new person like me with a level 25 character it's still hard. I'm not going back to that 1st fighters guild boss fight for a bit. I also have a mages guild quest which requires going to Craiglorn, so not going there for now either. Heck I can't even get there yet. And yes, most of this is due to my complete lack of experience in making a build, mechanics etc.
Still, been playing about a month and enjoying what I can do.
None of the Mages Guild quests should be sending you to Craglorn. The Mages and Fighters Guild quests take place in your alliance's home zones.