Both The Jar of Souls & The Matriarchs Bones are bounties and events located in the Defiled Crypt in Cemetery of the Forsaken. This guide will show you how you can farm the event on Torment VI with any gear. The difference between the event and the bounty is that the bounty also requires you to kill a number of mobs, something that many people will not be able to do on Torment VI. But completing the event only requires you to be able to outrun the mobs in the Defiled Crypt. When the Bounty is active though, the yellow arrow will point you in the direction of the correct Defiled Crypt. If it isn’t active, you will have to guess which one it is. Either the Matriarch’s Bones or the Jar of Souls will be in one of the crypts at any time. The easiest way to find out if you are in the right crypt fast, is to look at the halls and corners. The correct defiled crypt will always only have one way to go until you reach the event. The other crypts have intersections.
Got a new alt character with bad gear? This can be sorted pretty quickly. In minutes you can replace all those rares with a complete set of legendaries.
The first thing I like to do when gearing an alt, is to save all my Horadric Caches from my other characters. These are account bound and you can put them in your storage and open them on other characters. Farm bounties and save them for your alt.
After opening your Horadric Caches, it is time to spend some Blood Shards. Blood Shards can be spent by any character on your account. For those slots you didn’t get in the caches, you should try your luck with Blood Shards. Here I personally like to save up 500 by doing Nephalem Rifts on my main, then spending them on my alts.
Since the class system in Elder Scrolls Online is pretty different from your average MMO, determining the best solo class is almost impossible. Each of the classes in ESO can fill all roles whether it be tanking, dpsing or healing. They all bring something unique to the table as well.
In Elder Scrolls Online it does not come down to what class is the best at soloing, it comes down to how good you are at soloing. How you build your character is also important. Someone who groups or raids a lot will primarily want to build for one of the archetypes (tank, healer, DPS). With someone who wants to solo, you will want survivability and damage output. If you want to level quickly, the DPS is more important. If you want to solo hard mobs, survivability is more important.
This guide are just tips and tricks that can be useful to know while leveling in Elder Scrolls Online. If you want specific grinding locations or leveling guides, check out our Leveling Guides section for more.
Grinding Vs. Questing: Leveling in ESO is quite slow. Grinding and Questing seems to be about the same when it comes to leveling speed, if you know the right grinding locations.
Addons and UI : XPView is a nifty addon to have. It won’t increase your leveling speed, but it will show you long it is until your next level both in minutes and in amount of mobs killed.
This method of leveling Paragon Levels can be used by anyone at level 70. Although we will be playing at Torment VI you don’t need any good gear, but Movement Speed and anything that can help you take a hit or two and survive helps. You will also get quite a lot of gold doing this, about 200k per run. There are more bounties you can do like this, check our leveling section for more.
First of all be sure to choose Torment IV in Adventure Mode. Log into the game and check if the bounty “The Matriarch’s Bones” is available in the Cemetery of the Forsaken (Act I Area) . If it is not, log out and back in. If it is available head over to the Cemetery. Quite close to where you arrive you will see the yellow arrow that tell you what dungeon to enter.
Crypt of the Ancients has since the release of Diablo 3 been a very popular farming spot, and it is still one of the best quick leveling locations in the game. With some decent gear and gems you can level up an ALT here in about 5 hours. For your first character it won’t be as effective since you probably won’t have much gold for gear or gems available.
Before you start :
1: Be sure to be crafting level 10 or above and have some gold available. You don’t need amazing equipment but socketed weapons and helmet is a plus. Check the vendors in town for gear or make it yourself with crafting.
As you start Reaper of Souls you will probably notice the first 2-3 levels go by pretty quickly but at around 64-65 it will start to slow down quite a bit. Since you probably don’t have very good gear you have to be careful as well. In this quick guide i will show you how to level up quickly all the way from 60 – 70. All in all it will take a few hours to reach level 70.
I usually do this at Torment I or II, but choose your difficulty based on your skills and gear. Just pick whatever difficulty you can survive and still kill the mobs.
In classic Everquest, making plat was no easy feat. No auction house or any other features you now expect from Mmo’s. Everything is sold through the chat or to vendors.
The first thing you need to know about making plat on the Project 1999 servers is that the East Commonlands tunnel is where it happens. The East Commonlands or EC is a zone right next to North Freeport. Once you zone into EC you will most likely see your chat flood with /auction messsages of people trying to sell their stuff. This is where you want to be when you’ve got loot to sell and leveling here from around 3 – 10 is smart since you can sell your loot in the same zone.
Welcome to our Age of Conan Grinding Guide. This guide is still a work in progress, if you want a full Age of Conan Leveling guide, see our Leveling Guide section for more guides.
AoE grinding is a fast way of leveling that can be done by certain classes in AoC. In this guide we will go over the various aspects of AoE grinding and where do to it to level up fast in AoC.
Best AoE Classes
There is no best AoE class but classes that AoE grind well are :
Tempest of Set
Herald of Xotli
Priest of Mitra
The latest Everquest double XP weekend just finished. Double XP is always awesome and i usually get very little sleep as i feel like i’m wasting valuable double XP time by doing so. So this time i decided to try to get as much out of the weekend as possible, XP wise. I headed to what i though was everyones favorite AA camp spot, the Hole. I expected to find the zone over camped, but the place was much to my surprise empty almost the whole weekend.
The Hole is widely known in the Everquest commuinty as being one of the best AA spots in the game. It’s an old zone on the continent of Odus. Since it’s such old content the mobs here are super squishy compared to their level and go down much faster than mobs of equal level from newer expansions. They also award you with awesome AAXP up to level 72 or so, even when it’s not a double xp even going on.