This guide has been updated for mod 16, Undermountain!
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Welcome to the Ultimate Elder Scrolls Online Gold Guide. In this guide, we will go through all the possible ways of making gold in ESO. Never worry about having enough gold again. Updated for Elsweyr.
The Ultimate ESO Gold Farming Guide Index
ESO Gold Farming Basics
The basics of gold farming in the Elder Scrolls Online is pretty easy, get as much gold as possible in an as short amount of time as possible. There are several ways to ensure that you are maximizing your hourly gold gains like movement speed, bag space and using the optimal route.
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WoW Gold Guide Index
Making a Gold Farming Character
You might be thinking that you don’t need a designated gold making character. I certainly didn’t think so as i used my Paladin for countless hours of gold making (Paladins are one of the slowest classes in the game). But then I decided to try to make a Fury Warrior with 170% base movement speed. Boy did that make a different, I run dungeons several times faster than the Paladin, hence making 3 or 4 times more gold per hour. When making a gold farming character, these are the most important points to remember.
Bagspace: Get the biggest bags you can for your inventory and for your bank.
Personal Guild: Make a guild for just your character, so that you can use the guild bank for additional storage. The easiest way to do this is to ask in chat, and maybe pay a small fee to get people to sign your charter, then kick them from the guild.
Bank Alts: If you need even more bag space, consider making a bank alt.
Movement Speed: Movement speed is often overlooked when farming gold, but it is really important. Especially when farming older content. Most classes can clear any dungeon pretty easy but some do it faster. See our WoW Movement Speed Guide for info on how to spec for speed.
Opening Lockboxes: During farming you will be getting a lot of lockboxes as time goes by. If you don’t have a character that can open lockboxes, simply make a class trial rogue and mail all your lockboxes to him to open up.
Professions: Enchanting & Tailoring (for cloth scavenging) are great for farming old content and transmog. Herbalism & Mining are good for making easy gold in current content. See professions section further down for more info.
You might be asking yourself “What is the best gold farming class in wow?”. While this is not a straight forward answer, any of the classes in our movement speed guide is good for farming dungeons.
Personally I have a main that I use for current content, and a Fury Warrior movement speed twink for some dungeons transmog runs, a druid for gathering, outdoor farming and some dungeons. Monks also work very well, and having a Rogue for opening chests and boxes doesn’t hurt either.
When it comes to gold making addons, as most of you know, there is one that comes before all the rest, Tradeskill Master. This addon will help you make heaps of gold on the auctions house, and will give you a deeper understanding of your servers economy and the whole WoW economy. Learning how to use it well takes time, so read through all the info on their site and maybe watch some youtube videos on how to set up TSM. TSM will help you appraise items, sell items quickly on the AH and buy items that you can resell for a profit, amongst other things. Additionally the addon will help vendor and managing your mailbox, making this the only addon you need for gold making purposes. We will be coming back to TSM in the Auction house part of the guide.
Loot Appraiser is a great addon that works with Tradeskill Master. Not only is it helpful but it makes gold farming more fun. Loot Appraiser will let you know how much gold you loot in a given session and also the value of all the items you loot.
Auto Loot Plus is a nice addon to have for dungeon farmers that allows you to instantly loot when clicking a dead mob. Without it there will often be a bit of lag when looting causing you to lose a bit of time when farming.
I mostly use this to be able to see where chests spawn. If you combine this with a Outlaw Rogues ability to see treasures on the minimap, you can basically just fly around and pick up treasures. Works well in Outland where every chest drops a rare item. See the Open World farming section further down for more info.
Picking a Realm for Gold Making
I won’t get too into what realms to pick for making gold. Generally High Population servers have lower prices but things sell quicker. Low population has higher prices but things can take a while to sell. Medium population servers are in between, and are often a good choice for making gold.
WoW Gold Transmog Farming
In this section of our WoW gold guide we will be covering farming mostly older content for transmog and other items. Most of the items you will be getting are transmog, but also recipes, crafting reagents and pets.
The idea is simple; go out, kill things, take their loot, sell it. In this guide we split farming into three parts, farming raids, dungeons and open world.
An important aspect when selling transmog on the AH is that it often takes some time to sell. Therefore you will make more gold the more diverse your portfolio of items is. If you only farm one tier of gear. Lets say for example gear in the 60-80 bracket. You will be limiting yourself as the demand won’t be there and you will end up with too many items. You will end up with many of the same items for things that aren’t in demand but might sell occasionally.This means that spreading out your farming across all tiers is best, as you will get fewer of each item but more different items to meet the actual demand.
A good way to think about it is to each week go farm some vanilla, some TBC, some WotLk etc. So that you end up with a whole bunch of different transmog, and increasing your chances of selling some of it, even though a lot will take time to sell or not sell at all.
6 Minute Runs
When farming legacy raids or dungeons, you want to always try to keep your runs 6 minutes or around there for optimal farming. This is because you can reset an instance 10 times per hour, so if you do a run every 6 minutes you can keep farming non stop. Having the Loot Appraiser addon is an easy way to time your runs.
Exiting a Instance Quickly
To exit a instance quickly. Create a group in the Group Finder when you are finished in the instance, then leave the group. You will then be ported out of the instance after a minute. When you got a dungeon down, you can make and leave the group around one minute before you reach the end of the dungeon and you won’t have to stand around and wait for 1 minute. This will teleport you to the nearest graveyard, on most dungeons this is right outside but on some there is a bit of a run.
Druids can also use Dreamwalk and Monks can use Zen Pilgrimage at the end of the dungeon, reset the dungeon and port back.
Farming Legacy Dungeons for Gold
Below is a list of the dungeons that I think are viable to farm for gold. Vanilla dungeons is generally best, so spend most of your time in those. The dungeons below are just sorted by level and not by how much gold you make, since that is very hard to determine, and varies from server to server.
The bulk of dungeons you will be farming will probably be classic dungeons. These have the most rare items and valuable transmog by far.
Not a dungeon you want to start of farming in, but if you have a good selection of items on the auction house, WC is worth a visit. You can either do half the dungeon up to Lord Cobrahn and then exit and reset. Or if you are very fast you can do the entire instance up until the last boss, but always skip the last boss.
Shadowfang is the twink dungeon. You can get a bunch of different valuable twink items here. When soloing at a high level though all items will be level 60, except for in chests. The items in the chests will be around level 20 and those are the ones with the most value. A level 20 Shadowfang will be worth several times what a level 60 one is worth. Bringing a Rogue or someone who can open locked chests is therefor advised.