ESO Gold Farming Guide: How to Make Gold Quickly

  • Making ESO Crates in The Elder Scrolls Online can be a bit daunting task, especially for newer players. Fear not, as we will explain several effective, yet simple methods of making a steady amount of income while playing through the game’s story and multiplayer content. Whether you are collecting money to buy a specific set of expensive equipment, or buy a house of your own (and furnish it), these tips will help you in earning a steady amount of income.

    Welcome to the very easy and efficient gold farming guide for Elder Scrolls Online. This guide will show you how to make 60-100k gold per hour. The method involves you farming materials, which you can either directly sell or refine and then sell the materials. Gold Farming Guide might sound a bit weird because you are farming materials, but after all you will later on sell the materials and make gold that way.

    Completing all seven daily crafting writs — including the Jewelry Crafting writs which you must first earn your certification for in Alinor — results in an assured 4.6k gold per day for a single level 50 character. However, any character can begin fulfilling their daily crafting writs starting at level 6 after completing basic certification quests in Davon’s Watch, Vulkhel Guard, or Daggerfall depending on their alliance. The gold reward per writ scales up from 215 gold at level 6 to exactly 664 gold at level 50. The best way to milk the daily writs system in Elder Scrolls Online is to level all eight possible toons up to 50. If one character takes five minutes to complete all seven daily writs, that translates to 36.8k gold in approximately 40 minutes.

    Note: In order to consistently slam your crafting writs each day, you’ll need to harvest enough resources to keep up with daily demand. I’ve detailed how to max your resource income in the “Grind Resources” section above.

    Arguably, the best part of crafting writs is that you earn money independently from your progress in the crafting skill lines. Meaning that your characters can absolutely bomb at crafting and still earn daily gold rewards. The items you earn, however, always scale to the current rank of the passive crafting skill line that corresponds to item tier.

    On that note, we recommend picking up the following passive skills for a better return on investment.

    Chemistry III (Alchemy): Each crafting attempt produces 4 potions or 16 poisons.

    Chef III (Provisioning): Each crafting attempt produces 4 food items.

    Brewer III (Provisioning): Each crafting attempt produces 4 drinks.

    When you complete a daily writ in a passive crafting skill line that you’ve hit maximum rank in, there’s a high chance that you’ll earn legendary (yellow) ingredients, master writs, and surveys. Items from the former two categories will fetch competitive prices with other players, and items from the latter one will point you to caches of rich resource nodes. Download the Lost Treasure addon to find said resource nodes quicker.

    For personal ease of mind, you should choose a go-to city where you will always travel when it’s time to complete your daily crafting writs. You want a city where writ boards and crafting stations are arranged closely together. The best three are Vivec City, Rawl’kha, and Stormhold. Additionally, if you feel like manually completing writs in ESO is too monotonous, download the Lazy Writ Crafter addon for a GUI button that automatically crafts your writ items for you.

    As for the value of crafted goods, you’ll find that alchemy and provisioning are high-yield professions. Furniture crafting is also notable for how much money you can make. Yellow, purple, blue, and even green furniture pieces can sell for thousands or tens of thousands of gold per unit. Naturally, the art of fashioning high-value furniture calls for a more sophisticated composition of skills than the average crafter would ever need. If you’re the type of ESO player who already allocates time and skill points into each of their primary crafting passives, you may want to consider entering the furniture trade.

    You still need to loot, steal, or buy recipes for each type of furniture, food and/or beverage you want to construct, but with a constant stream of materials, you can pump out items and keep your volume high. Once again, you’ll want to fill each of your five guild slots with trading guilds so you can post up to 150 listings at once.

    With the above skills, you may know tips to make more ESO Gold in Elder Scrolls Online . Here is a link to get further information about How to Level Up in Elder Scrolls Online or Sell/Buy ESO Crates!