ESO will be offering a free ESO Plus Trial as well as free Crown Crates!
FREE CROWN CRATES FOR ESO PLUS MEMBERS
If you’re a current ESO Plus member, you can score some amazing rewards such as mounts, pets costumes, consumables, and other in-game items. That’s right – for every day you log in from July 5-9, you’ll receive a free Dwarven Crown Crate.
To participate, simply log into the game with an active ESO Plus membership between 12:00am EDT and 11:59pm EDT (Eastern) each day of the event! Once the event is over, you’ll receive one crate for each day you had logged in.
Here’s everything you need to know to get your crates:
- The event begins on July 5 at 10am EDT and ends on July 9 at 11:59pm EDT.
- If you have an active ESO Plus membership, you can earn one free Crown Crate for each day you log in during the event period, up to a maximum of five crates.
- You must log in between 12:00am EDT and 11:59pm EDT (Eastern) on each day of the event.
- Crown Crates earned during the event will be delivered to your account on July 17.
- If you are not an ESO Plus member, you can enjoy a free trial of the service for the duration of the event to see what it is all about. For more details, see below. If you decide to purchase a full ESO Plus membership, you still earn free Crown Crates for each day you are logged in as a member!
FREE ESO PLUS TRIAL
Between July 5-9, a free trial of ESO Plus will be available from the Crown Store! Here is how you can enjoy select ESO Plus benefits for the duration of the event:
- 1.Log into The Elder Scrolls Online.
- 2.Navigate to the Crown Store.
- 3.View the “Featured” category.
- 4.Find and select the ESO Plus Free Trial.
- 5.You will then enjoy select ESO Plus benefits for the duration of the event.
The ESO Plus trial will grant you the following benefits:
- Full access to all DLC game packs – new zones, quests, dungeons and more!
- Including Imperial City, Orsinium, Thieves Guild, Dark Brotherhood, and Shadows of the Hist DLC game packs.
- Unlimited storage for crafting materials
- Double Bank space for your account
- 10% increase to Experience& Gold acquisition, Crafting Inspiration, and Trait Researchrates
- Double Furnishings and Collectibles space in player housing
- Exclusive ability to dye costumes
Please note: the ESO Plus free trial does not grant the bonus Dwarven Crown Crates, which are only available as daily login rewards for full ESO Plus members.
To view full article visit http://www.elderscrollsonline.com/en-us/news/post/2017/07/03/announcing-the-eso-plus-bonus-event
Naryu’s Morag Tong Costume
Naryu Virian, the Morag Tong assassin, is nothing if not practical, and her functional, stealth-friendly leather armor provides vital protection without compromising her agile acrobatics—or sharp good looks.
Naryu’s Morag Tong costume will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 6 to July 10.
“Buoyant Gentility” Ensemble
“I’ve woven some of Lord Vivec’s austere elegance into this outfit, my tribute to the Tribune,” says Voldsea Arvel. “Soiree tonight in St. Delyn Plaza? In your new ‘Buoyant Gentility’ garb, you’ll be a Vvardenfell vision!”
The “Buoyant Gentility” Ensemble costume will be available on all platforms starting on July 13 th.
Seyda Neen Jodhpur Ensemble
“Don’t think, just because they’re involved in trade, that the folk of House Hlaalu don’t know how to dress,” says Davon’s Watch couturier Voldsea Arvel. “This grand new outfit I designed for them combines practicality with genuine House Dunmer class.”
The Seyda Neen Jodhpur Ensemble costume will be available on all platforms starting on July 13 th.
Crown Crafting Motif: Ra Gada Style
The Ra Gada or “Warrior Wave” of settlers from Yokuda actually took place in the First Era’s ninth century. The second, or “Tavan” wave, revered holy Tava, Lady of the Air. Thus the Tavans’ arms and armor are replete with bird imagery, which makes for a very distinctive crafting style.
The Ra Gada Style motif will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 20 to July 24.
Nightfall Sabre Cat
Looking for a steed that’s both fierce and impressive? The Reachmen of the upper Karth valley, who train them as mounts, claim that the Nightfall Sabre Cat is sacred to the Daedric Prince Nocturnal. (Riding Skill does not affect this mount’s appearance.)
The Nightfall Sabre Cat mount will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 6 to July 10.
The Common, or Demotic Vvardvark has become, in just a few short years, an everyday sight on the island of Vvardenfell. But where did they come FROM? Popular opinion points the finger at the wizards of House Telvanni—but they get blamed for everything strange.
The Vvardvark pet will be available on all platforms starting on July 13 th.
Knock ’em dead with this casual hairstyle popularized by the Dark Elf assassins of Morrowind. You’ll look nonchalant and deadly regardless of your background.
The Adorable Assassin hairstyle will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 6 to July 10.
Midyear Mayhem Crowns
This bundle includes all three Imperial crowns celebrating the Midyear Mayhem event: the Circlet, the Coronet, and the Diadem.
The Midyear Mayhem Crowns bundle will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 27 to July 31.
Show your devotion to the Protector of Vvardenfell: this bundle includes the Warrior-Poet tattoo markings for both face and body. Vehk yourself!
The Warrior-Poet Tattoos bundle will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 27 to July 31.
Feeling the need to get your snark on? Emulate the distinctive attitude of a certain bold and brassy Morag Tong assassin with this brash and irreverent personality—and just hope she finds it flattering rather than irritating!
The Brassy Assassin personality will be available on all platforms for a limited time from July 6 to July 10.
To see the full article visit http://www.elderscrollsonline.com/en-us/news/post/2017/07/03/crown-store-showcase-july-2017
I hope you’re all loving the Dwarven Crown Crates as much as I am! This is the gorgeous Marshland Formal Bugshell Robes undyed with the Blossom Burst Bonnet. These flower crowns, along with the Wedding Dress, are all very Russian & Ukrainian inspired. I’m truly loving all the variety and options we have in character creation.
I’m also really loving Morrowind! I remember years ago in the original Morrowind there was a Wood Elf settlement somewhere (Maybe north east?) I haven’t found it yet. Let me know if you do!
-Blossom Burst Bonnet
-Pact Body Markings
-Marshland Formal Bugshell Robes
So today I opened my Dwarven Crown Crates (I tried to record it, as I’ve been thinking of starting a Youtube channel with ESO content, I had so much trouble and I’m impatient AF so I gave up! What recording software should I be using?!?) Anyway, my heart skipped a beat when I discovered this gorgeous braid. I’m happy with the Dwarven Crown Crate, might be my favourite Crown Crate yet.
-White River Braids
-Dark Red Lip Dye
-Dwarf Style Brow Shields
-Gold Stippled Tattoo Swirls
-Cyrod Patrician Formal Gown
(Dyed Soul Shriven Pale)
This one has a terrible habit of spam posting costumes.
-Concentric Blood Rings
-Pirate Sash and Bandolier Garb
(Dyed Ash’Abah Hood Grey, Coldharbour Ash Black)
Another Khajiit, this time something appropriate for the Jester’s Festival. The Dune Riders Costume is different to the Merhant Lord’s Formal Regalia, as it has a patterned shirt, striped vest, silver details, & no hat.
-Fool’s Cap and Masque
-Majestic Dune Rider Ensemble
-(Dyed Lamae White, Abyssal Beryl)
I’m having something of a Khajiit Week as I’m creating costumes for all of my ‘forgotten’ races (Khajiit, Bosmer & Orcs). This pretty Tiger Prince is wearing one of my favourite dyes, Atmoran Bronze, which is a copper/purple tone.
-Merchant Lord’s Formal Regalia
(Dyed Atmoran Bronze, Soul Shriven Pale)