Whether it be real life or the in-game life of The Elder Scrolls Online, Gold is very hard to come by. There is no worse feeling than roaming around the streets of Tamriel looking at those vendors with a prurient eye wishing for some extra ESO Gold in your pockets to enhance your in-game experience.
I’m afraid I cannot do much about real life, but this guide will sure as shooting help you out with earning some extra bit of a coin in The Elder Scrolls Online.
Loot Enemies and Grab Everything.Most new players in The Elder Scrolls Online only pick up things they’re interested in and discard the rest. This is not something you should do; especially if you’re on a Gold Hunt.
Make Contacts and Start Trading.If you’re a new player to the series, you must know that nothing in The Elder Scrolls Online is a complete waste. Like I’ve aforementioned, it’s a good idea to salvage everything even if you don’t plan to use it in anyway.Grab these materials and put them up on sale for a price. In this way, you will establish a relationship with other players and a long-term trading profession.
Selling Crafted Items.If you don’t wish to sale your items like aforesaid, you can always keep them to yourself and start crafting different items. This adds a nice little touch to the game and is very fun to be crafter! You can salvage these items and begin your own crafting profession.In a world like Tamriel, danger lurks in every nook and corner and other players will always approach you for Weapon, Armor, Potions, and Poisons.
Complete Dungeons and Dark Anchors.There are tons of Dungeons (Solo and Public) in The Elder Scrolls Online and these Dungeons are usually swarming with useful items. These items can be sold for Gold to local vendors and other players.
Select a Dungeon, get good at it, and start earning Gold. The only downside of this method is monotony.Another way of earning Gold is completing Dark Anchor Events. You’ll find a good amount of these events in Tamriel and completing them will provide you with rare items that can be sold or de-constructed for a higher price.