IGMeet Ultimate ESO Leveling Guide - How do you level up

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Public Dungeons can be an incredibly fast way to power level once you get your groove of pulling and managing mobs. Mobs respawn incredibly quickly, so you can generally revisit a room just after completing another.

Leveling up in Elder Scrolls Online has many benefits. You can take on more difficult content, boost your damage and survivability, and earn other bonuses like quicker harvesting and improved pickpocketing. And these are only some of the reasons why you may want to level up quickly! Including use of a dedicated Thief character will help you make a lot more Elder Scrolls Online Gold from stealing.

Grinding Enemies For Experience

“Grinding” can be one of the most effective ways to gain experience in ESO by far, but it can also get boring at times., so I don't recommend that you do this all day long, and especially NOT if this is your first time playing the game. If you are brand new , you'll want to take breaks for things like questing, exploration, grouping, crafting and so on to really experience the entire game first. But, when you're ready, and you really want to focus down and gain those levels FAST, grinding enemies is extremely effective.

To make enemy grinding even more efficient, make sure to pick a location that's not too crowded, has fast enemy respawn times and a large amount of enemies that can be easily pulled towards you. For this reason, melee enemies like zombies, spiders or bears tend to be the absolute best just because they won't stop halfway through your pull to cast spells or shoot an arrow at you, but really - any type of enemy is fine, as long as you can find lots and lots of them in a specific area. For more tips and some lesser known grind spots that are amazing, I do have several video guides already on my channel, so make sure you check those out when you get a chance.

The Very Beginning

In the very beginning, you will learn important mechanics like how to block, interrupt, light attack, heavy attack, and dodge roll. You will also learn how to collect gear, equip it, and use it. Once you’re out of the tutorial, you’ll be a level 3.

Public Dungeons

Public Dungeons can be an incredibly fast way to power level once you get your groove of pulling and managing mobs. Mobs respawn incredibly quickly, so you can generally revisit a room just after completing another.

You can also get a solid amount of zone-specific set items from bosses. As there is a public dungeon in each zone, you have plenty to choose from. Here are some of my favorites for each alliance:

Aldmeri Dominion: Crimson Cove in Malabal Tor and The Vile Manse in Reaper’s March

Daggerfall Covenant: Razak’s Wheel in Bangkorai and Obsidian Scar in Rivenspire

Ebonheart Pact: The Lion’s Den in The Rift and Sanguine’s Demesne in Shadowfen

DLC: Old Orsinium in Wrothgar

There are some drawbacks to Public Dungeons, though. Since you’re not in your own instance, other players can join you and potentially throw off your rhythm. If this happens, try going down a different route to avoid them, or just jump to a new public dungeon if the XP drain is too much.

If you aren’t sure where to go, you can always pick up the Mages Guild quest that sends you to a dungeon. Turning it in also nets you a big rapport boost with Bastian, if you’re interested in taking this route.

Level Rewards

As explained in the video, every level completed rewards you. You want to claim these rewards. You will also be rewarded with Attribute Points and must decide where to put them. Initially, it’s not important as you can change these allocations at any time late. So choose whichever you think will be the most help to you based on your character.

You’ll also see that I was rewarded food. Food gives you big bonuses but for right now which food you choose to use is irrelevant. It only matters much much later when you have an actual build. I always recommend everyone use food.

The use of a dedicated Thief character will help you make a lot more gold from stealing. If you are interesting in playing as a Thief in ESO you can take a look at my Cloak and Dagger Thief Build.

Skyreach

My top tip: Don’t pay for Skyreach runs until you’re at least level 45. It’s not an open-world area, so the XP diminishes with each round that you do. Instead, save the powerful Skyreach levelling for the last five or so.

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