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Five Years of Good Memories (ESO anniversary) #AndOfCourseThereWillBeSomeSpoilers

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*Note the title - please leave sarcasm and snark at the door as there are tons of other threads for that*

This April marks the fifth anniversary of the ESO launch in 2014, which will feature an extended in-game celebration event as most of you are aware. Please share with the community your best memories of ESO, whether you started in the earliest player testing or only this year.

Yes, it's tempting for some to post about what they don't like about the game, or express cynicism over its history and direction. Those are, broadly speaking, fair things to discuss or opinions to express, but this is a good memories thread. If you want to create your own separate "terrible history of ESO" thread, feel free to do so.

So, what are your best memories of this game?

And thanks for sharing!
Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

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"Light and darkness?

"Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

"Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • tinythinker
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    Tasear wrote: »
    1) Dying to murcrab. My bosmer from beta fell off a bridge and encountered a lovely creature that could be someone's meal but he mad me his meal. This is why I have fond memories killing them often later as champion 810+ character. Hell have no fury like a woman's scourn

    Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiik!

    *snap* *snap*

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    I like healing in MMOs as well, but for ESO I am usually too busy or lazy to farm gear for builds. Maybe when I'm not I will check out your ideas.
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

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    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
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    1. Trying the game out on a whim, and having it take me by surprise.

    2. The Community

    3. Introducing my mom to ESO

    The community still has a significant portion that is always salty and bitter, but lots of really kind people as well. And even many of the former are pretty cool if you catch them with their guard down. Your post reminded me that another MMO had a whole TV show created based on a child and parent playing the same game, and now it's being made into a movie.

    Better start thinking of who you want to play you in the adaptation.



    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • tinythinker
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    Undead fishing, truffle hunting, Fishmas parties, temple gatherings, being rezzed a hundred times in dungeons (thank you Mage), getting the keys to Castle Claws, every time of finding a piece of regulus, every time someone who knows this one from here says hello, pie in the face of the elf queen lady, mudballing the elf queen lady, finally getting the house full of apprentices all trained up, …

    Soon we will be home though. Once more to be walking on warm sands.

    So travellers the best memories are yet to be made!

    Yours with paws
    Santie Claws

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    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • Billdor
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    *Note the title - please leave sarcasm and snark at the door as there are tons of other threads for that*

    This April marks the fifth anniversary of the ESO launch in 2014, which will feature an extended in-game celebration event as most of you are aware. Please share with the community your best memories of ESO, whether you started in the earliest player testing or only this year.

    Yes, it's tempting for some to post about what they don't like about the game, or express cynicism over its history and direction. Those are, broadly speaking, fair things to discuss or opinions to express, but this is a good memories thread. If you want to create your own separate "terrible history of ESO" thread, feel free to do so.

    So, what are your best memories of this game?

    And thanks for sharing!

    Completing Morrowind/Clockwork City for the first time. As someone who is relatively new (Late 2017 I started), I am blown away by the lore surrounding Vivec and Sotha Sil (Seht ftw).
    Billdor ~ Khajiit Dragonknight
    Lord Seht ~ Dunmer Templar
  • ArchangelIsraphel
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    1. Trying the game out on a whim, and having it take me by surprise.

    2. The Community

    3. Introducing my mom to ESO

    The community still has a significant portion that is always salty and bitter, but lots of really kind people as well. And even many of the former are pretty cool if you catch them with their guard down. Your post reminded me that another MMO had a whole TV show created based on a child and parent playing the same game, and now it's being made into a movie.

    Better start thinking of who you want to play you in the adaptation.



    @tinythinker It's so funny that you mention that show! We got my father into ESO as well, and my dad and all of us ended up watching that show together because I'm very into the series of games it's about (and Japanese TV in general). I didn't know it was gonna be a movie, I'll have to see it with my parents haha
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    1. Trying the game out on a whim, and having it take me by surprise.

    2. The Community

    3. Introducing my mom to ESO

    The community still has a significant portion that is always salty and bitter, but lots of really kind people as well. And even many of the former are pretty cool if you catch them with their guard down. Your post reminded me that another MMO had a whole TV show created based on a child and parent playing the same game, and now it's being made into a movie.

    Better start thinking of who you want to play you in the adaptation.



    @tinythinker It's so funny that you mention that show! We got my father into ESO as well, and my dad and all of us ended up watching that show together because I'm very into the series of games it's about (and Japanese TV in general). I didn't know it was gonna be a movie, I'll have to see it with my parents haha

    It was announced Saturday at the FFXIV Tokyo Fanfest. They brought in lots of Japanese media and introduced the actors playing father and son (the actor playing the father on the show passed away so his good friend is taking over for the movie).

    Anyway, who is gonna play you in the ESO equivalent?
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

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    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • VaranisArano
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    Questing with my SO through the Ebonheart Pact and beyond.

    Learning to run dungeons with my friends.

    Learning to PVP for the Pact on Haderus, Trueflame, and Vivec with my PVP guild, crowning guildies and winning campaigns.

    Overall, the good outweighs the bad.
  • tinythinker
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    Billdor wrote: »
    *Note the title - please leave sarcasm and snark at the door as there are tons of other threads for that*

    This April marks the fifth anniversary of the ESO launch in 2014, which will feature an extended in-game celebration event as most of you are aware. Please share with the community your best memories of ESO, whether you started in the earliest player testing or only this year.

    Yes, it's tempting for some to post about what they don't like about the game, or express cynicism over its history and direction. Those are, broadly speaking, fair things to discuss or opinions to express, but this is a good memories thread. If you want to create your own separate "terrible history of ESO" thread, feel free to do so.

    So, what are your best memories of this game?

    And thanks for sharing!

    Completing Morrowind/Clockwork City for the first time. As someone who is relatively new (Late 2017 I started), I am blown away by the lore surrounding Vivec and Sotha Sil (Seht ftw).

    Yeah that zone/story is great, especially if you were a fan of TES III: Morrowind where you see how all of that ends up. If you haven't played it, it's free today on Bethesda.net to celebrate 25 years since the first TES game (Arena) was released: https://elderscrolls.bethesda.net/en/tes25

    As for ESO, never too late to start. Lots of memories left to be made :)
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • rotaugen454
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    Tons of great memories over the past 5 years and several thousand hours played.
    1) Running around in beta with my wife. I was level 17, she was 4. She loved the different outfits but wasn’t a fan of combat. I would lead the way, kill a bunch of enemies, then turn around to notice she wasn’t fighting at all, just looting all the bodies looking for “prettier” armor or disguises.
    2) Finishing my first group dungeon (Banished Cells) and the feeling of accomplishment.
    3) My first run through all the questlines. I’ve done them all multiple times since, but that first time through was really something.
    4) Getting more serious about Cyrodiil and collecting sets just for use there.
    5) My first finished trial. It made me want to do them all.
    6) Getting Master Angler
    7j Finally finishing VMsA and wanting to keep running it.

    So many memories...

    "Get off my lawn!"
  • tinythinker
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    Tons of great memories over the past 5 years and several thousand hours played.
    1) Running around in beta with my wife. I was level 17, she was 4. She loved the different outfits but wasn’t a fan of combat. I would lead the way, kill a bunch of enemies, then turn around to notice she wasn’t fighting at all, just looting all the bodies looking for “prettier” armor or disguises.
    2) Finishing my first group dungeon (Banished Cells) and the feeling of accomplishment.
    3) My first run through all the questlines. I’ve done them all multiple times since, but that first time through was really something.
    4) Getting more serious about Cyrodiil and collecting sets just for use there.
    5) My first finished trial. It made me want to do them all.
    6) Getting Master Angler
    7j Finally finishing VMsA and wanting to keep running it.

    So many memories...

    Nice. I still haven't bothered to finish Master Angler. Still have Malabal Tor and Reaper's March to do.
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • Billdor
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    Billdor wrote: »
    *Note the title - please leave sarcasm and snark at the door as there are tons of other threads for that*

    This April marks the fifth anniversary of the ESO launch in 2014, which will feature an extended in-game celebration event as most of you are aware. Please share with the community your best memories of ESO, whether you started in the earliest player testing or only this year.

    Yes, it's tempting for some to post about what they don't like about the game, or express cynicism over its history and direction. Those are, broadly speaking, fair things to discuss or opinions to express, but this is a good memories thread. If you want to create your own separate "terrible history of ESO" thread, feel free to do so.

    So, what are your best memories of this game?

    And thanks for sharing!

    Completing Morrowind/Clockwork City for the first time. As someone who is relatively new (Late 2017 I started), I am blown away by the lore surrounding Vivec and Sotha Sil (Seht ftw).

    Yeah that zone/story is great, especially if you were a fan of TES III: Morrowind where you see how all of that ends up. If you haven't played it, it's free today on Bethesda.net to celebrate 25 years since the first TES game (Arena) was released: https://elderscrolls.bethesda.net/en/tes25

    As for ESO, never too late to start. Lots of memories left to be made :)

    Thank you very much my good sir!
    Billdor ~ Khajiit Dragonknight
    Lord Seht ~ Dunmer Templar
  • rotaugen454
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    Tons of great memories over the past 5 years and several thousand hours played.
    1) Running around in beta with my wife. I was level 17, she was 4. She loved the different outfits but wasn’t a fan of combat. I would lead the way, kill a bunch of enemies, then turn around to notice she wasn’t fighting at all, just looting all the bodies looking for “prettier” armor or disguises.
    2) Finishing my first group dungeon (Banished Cells) and the feeling of accomplishment.
    3) My first run through all the questlines. I’ve done them all multiple times since, but that first time through was really something.
    4) Getting more serious about Cyrodiil and collecting sets just for use there.
    5) My first finished trial. It made me want to do them all.
    6) Getting Master Angler
    7j Finally finishing VMsA and wanting to keep running it.

    So many memories...

    Nice. I still haven't bothered to finish Master Angler. Still have Malabal Tor and Reaper's March to do.

    I kept the last needed fish I caught, even though it takes up an inventory slot. It was alway fun fishing in areas with fights going on around me. Cyrodiil was scary, but only got jumped once.
    "Get off my lawn!"
  • tinythinker
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    Tons of great memories over the past 5 years and several thousand hours played.
    1) Running around in beta with my wife. I was level 17, she was 4. She loved the different outfits but wasn’t a fan of combat. I would lead the way, kill a bunch of enemies, then turn around to notice she wasn’t fighting at all, just looting all the bodies looking for “prettier” armor or disguises.
    2) Finishing my first group dungeon (Banished Cells) and the feeling of accomplishment.
    3) My first run through all the questlines. I’ve done them all multiple times since, but that first time through was really something.
    4) Getting more serious about Cyrodiil and collecting sets just for use there.
    5) My first finished trial. It made me want to do them all.
    6) Getting Master Angler
    7j Finally finishing VMsA and wanting to keep running it.

    So many memories...

    Nice. I still haven't bothered to finish Master Angler. Still have Malabal Tor and Reaper's March to do.

    I kept the last needed fish I caught, even though it takes up an inventory slot. It was alway fun fishing in areas with fights going on around me. Cyrodiil was scary, but only got jumped once.

    I kept the last one in Cyro even though it wasn't the last overall. But honestly I've done Cyro in a few characters and practically never got attacked.
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • tinythinker
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    Questing with my SO through the Ebonheart Pact and beyond.

    Learning to run dungeons with my friends.

    Learning to PVP for the Pact on Haderus, Trueflame, and Vivec with my PVP guild, crowning guildies and winning campaigns.

    Overall, the good outweighs the bad.

    Were you in Wabbajack as well? Nevermind I checked your forum account date :tongue:

    Yeah I used to like Cyro a lot because I enjoy siege warfare, both attacking and defending. It can still be fun, just haven't been there much the last couple of years. And it makes me wonder how they might change IC if it's going to be a separate queue...
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

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    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • VaranisArano
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    Questing with my SO through the Ebonheart Pact and beyond.

    Learning to run dungeons with my friends.

    Learning to PVP for the Pact on Haderus, Trueflame, and Vivec with my PVP guild, crowning guildies and winning campaigns.

    Overall, the good outweighs the bad.

    Were you in Wabbajack as well? Nevermind I checked your forum account date :tongue:

    Yeah I used to like Cyro a lot because I enjoy siege warfare, both attacking and defending. It can still be fun, just haven't been there much the last couple of years. And it makes me wonder how they might change IC if it's going to be a separate queue...

    Heh, no, I wasn't in Wabbajack (though I was playing long before I got my forum account - originally to report a still-existing bug, LOL). I used to be a PVE-only player, though, before I really wanted those Master Angler fish, grit my teeth, and ventured into Cyrodiil. I kept trying PVP and was fortunate enough to find an organized group who was willing to pick me up while I was struggling to survive as a PUG healer. That guild became a great group of friends and I've had a lot of good times with those folks.

    I'm also really interested to see what happens with IC. I really liked the quest there and I had fun the few times my PVP guild went down there, but I've never really been wowed by solo Tel Var farming or ganking.
  • tinythinker
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    Questing with my SO through the Ebonheart Pact and beyond.

    Learning to run dungeons with my friends.

    Learning to PVP for the Pact on Haderus, Trueflame, and Vivec with my PVP guild, crowning guildies and winning campaigns.

    Overall, the good outweighs the bad.

    Were you in Wabbajack as well? Nevermind I checked your forum account date :tongue:

    Yeah I used to like Cyro a lot because I enjoy siege warfare, both attacking and defending. It can still be fun, just haven't been there much the last couple of years. And it makes me wonder how they might change IC if it's going to be a separate queue...

    Heh, no, I wasn't in Wabbajack (though I was playing long before I got my forum account - originally to report a still-existing bug, LOL). I used to be a PVE-only player, though, before I really wanted those Master Angler fish, grit my teeth, and ventured into Cyrodiil. I kept trying PVP and was fortunate enough to find an organized group who was willing to pick me up while I was struggling to survive as a PUG healer. That guild became a great group of friends and I've had a lot of good times with those folks.

    I'm also really interested to see what happens with IC. I really liked the quest there and I had fun the few times my PVP guild went down there, but I've never really been wowed by solo Tel Var farming or ganking.
    I stayed an itinerant pug healer on my Templar (though I used to have fun as a dps a little on my DK) but my favorite thing is running a Nami-wagon (meatbag catapult).
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

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    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
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    Oh I forgot about this...

    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
  • Soul19reaper
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    1.Tries swimming from bleak rock to Eastmarch :trollface:
    2.Joins a guild just to get a port to Eastmarch after coming from skyrim.
    3.Tries swimming in niben river just to get hammed by slaughter fish.
    5.Getting disappointed by daedric motif.:/
    4.Joins veteran dungeons with cp below 160 and Light attack with sai sahan sword Cuz sword looked Kool :trollface:
  • Loves_guars
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    1) Beta: Being blown away by the graphics and world. Davon's watch seeing all the mushrooms and netches like in TES III and Ash Mountain.

    2) Launch day, waking up, hurrying with the coffee, preparing everything, logging and talking to Cadwell.

    3) Cyrodiil vampires at launch. IDK if you remember but it was so epic. They were able to kill hundreds with his ultimate so we had to attack them from range with silver bolts and fire. Every time one appeared there were screams in chat. This got me excited about a Vampire Hunter build.

    4) Morrowind launch and arriving to Seyda Neen and then Vivec and Balmora. Gnisis quest. No words, definitely my favorite days.

    5) Meeting Sotha Sil.

    6) Dungeons and leveling with friends.
  • VDoom1
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    Oh man so many memories. One of my best memories was discovering ESO. I heard about something like Skyrim Online, I was like "what?? o.O" so looked it up. What I found was waaaaaay better, Elder Scrolls Online! In July 2014 I entered ESO for the first time, so the adventure and fun times began. (I'm really glad I save screenshots of fun + unique times just for posterity and memories.)

    1. A lot of fun in Cyrodiil. Sometimes it's just been epic, especially when we go in, charge and win. I love scroll runs, riding from one side of Cyrodiil to the other while being chased and attacked. xD Adds some thrill and excitement.

    2. Guild events also a ton of fun, I was hyped doing my first trial (Hel Ra Citadel) so much fun! That trophy always gets a special spot in any house because it was my first trial. :3

    3. Veteran dungeons. I dreaded doing them for ages, felt like such a difficult task. My first one I went in and we came out victorious. It's a lot more fun if you got a good + nice group. :smile:

    4. Seeing ESO evolve over the years has to be the best, and most nostalgic memory. I remember when Bangkorai was a lvl 30-40 area, and someone told me "you might wanna level elsewhere before questing here." That is also how I got into my guild. :p

    5. Doing the latest dungeons like a bit of a race "I wanna be among the first to finish this dungeon!". Experience it before any nerfs or reviews. Just do the dungeon knowing no one else has a clue how to beat it. That's always fun and adds some more adventure into the experience.

    Bonus: Just a lot of great characters! Getting to interact with them all. Cadwells odd humor, Sotha Sils more strange but still interesting nature. Naryus general badass attitude. Lyris punching Tharn, I laughed. xD I will until the end of time no matter how many times I play through the MQ. All the locations and the world itself, from Morrowind to Summerset it's just so beautiful! ^^

    All in all it's been 5 good years. I haven't been here 100% all the time since July 2014, but mostly. I always come back to ESO, it's irresistible and unavoidable. :smiley: Let's make it another 5 years!

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    (Pets can be funny. xD Puppy wants to play with Meridias light.)
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    Edited by VDoom1 on March 27, 2019 7:19AM
    We Fight For Cyrodiil.
    We fight for The Daggerfall Covenant.
    We fight for The Aldmeri Dominion.
    We fight for The Ebonheart Pact.
    We fight for Tamriel!
    Imperial Dragonknight
    Altmer Templar | Nord Warden
    Khajiit Nightblade | Argonian Dragonknight
    Imperial Dragonknight | Breton Nightblade | Dunmer Sorcerer
    Guild - Priests Of Hircine
    ESO Since 2014
  • Aznarb
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    I played since around 5 month, mostly solo, so I don't have that many memories like you ^^

    I was happy to trying to solo some World Boss (and getting rekt) and then even more happy later when I kick his a** !
    I'd lot of fun discovering dungeon with PUG even if sometime it was quit a mess.
    I encounter in PUG some nice people who'r now in my friendlist and some who take time to teach to the noob I'm (Yeah I'm still inb some dg) many dg mechanic.

    I recently as lot of fun sneaking in all enemy position in Cyrodiil doing quest + book/shard, got all, get killed only one time ! And by.. My self.. You know.. Yolo horse.. jump.. oh sh** that high.. kind of thing..
    :blush:

    I've test lot of char to finaly fall in love for my templar healer, I'm still with him, clearing all quest, shard, dg, etc.. on world map. I start to see the end !

    And here you can find some Screen I take (I should have take more to be honest) from my adventure :
    https://imgur.com/a/ln83Iy8
    Orack Magus
    Breton - Templar - Healer
    My English is far from perfect but I try my best !


  • Alowishus
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    Early Access here and still playing!
    1. "Is Balreth bugged? Is there a workaround?"

    2. How are all these toons teleporting to the nodes???
    Wow a GM!
    *POOF* (teleporting bot toon gone)

    3. WTS Daedric Motif 60k

    4. Daen Seeth Dolmen is up!
    Need help at Daen Seeth Dolmen

    Plus so many more memories!
    ESO Wishlist: Housing (Thank you!) Jewelrycrafting (Thank you!) Hand-to-hand skill line.
  • shadyjane62
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    Experiencing the utter joy of the Infinite Craft Bag and the release of crafting daily bondage and inventory control.
  • RavenSworn
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    Here since beta, had a few months off here and there due to burnout. I have to say one of the best moments I've had was to play a Stam nb when the game first launched.

    There was so much... Trouble when you had to fight more than 3 mobs. Hell, come to delves, the bosses were hard, and these were delves! But the fact that I could manage to solo, during a time when there weren't self heals except for Killers blade or reapers mark was an awesome achievement for myself. I remember needing to cloak to stop casting casters, had to buff up while dodge rolling and all the while wielding the two hander. Dual wield wasn't quite as good as it is right now.

    I remember perching on top of a cliff, overlooking the rest of the land, be it in bleak rock, auridon or Al akir and be at awe of how the game looked. The screenshots I took were to me, one fo the best in terms of gaming shots.

    Of course, I ambushed and surprised attacked my way in dungeons, getting weird tells noting how... Inefficient my gameplay is. But I was always the last one standing, ressing everyone else. (it is inefficient, I just didn't know it yet haha). But I got friends, got a guild up, got some more new players to help out.

    That's the best memories I've had. I love going on runs with new peeps and showing them the ropes. Sometimes, people forget basic stuff and just go for advanced courses without even knowing why they do it.
    Ingame: RavenSworn, Pc / NA.


    Of Wolf and Raven
    Solo / Casual guild for beginners and new players wanting to join the game. Pst me for invite!
  • tinythinker
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    1.Tries swimming from bleak rock to Eastmarch :trollface:
    2.Joins a guild just to get a port to Eastmarch after coming from skyrim.
    3.Tries swimming in niben river just to get hammed by slaughter fish.
    5.Getting disappointed by daedric motif.:/
    4.Joins veteran dungeons with cp below 160 and Light attack with sai sahan sword Cuz sword looked Kool :trollface:
    You are defeated.
    Your equipped items have lost durability.
    Edited by tinythinker on March 27, 2019 11:53AM
    Fifth anniversary year for ESO - share your best memories! :-)

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    "Light and darkness?

    "Whose light? The muted, sterile glow of Coldharbor? The ominous, deep shades pulsing like menacing glares in the depths of the Ashpit? The jarring kaleidoscope of the Shivering Isles?

    "Whose darkness? The shade cast by Mara's robes as she watches over her children? The cloak of Stendarr covering those in dire peril? The occult pathways of Arkay? Light and darkness, indeed."
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