Writs are special crafting assignments in The Elder Scrolls Online. These quests are repeatable and can be completed once every 20 hours. Completing Writs will grant you experience, crafting inspiration, and provide you with a treasure chest that you can open to receive random rewards, including crafting materials and maps to special harvesting zones that have double the materials and feature legendary drops.
crafting writ quests in the ESO will sometimes yield a crafting survey as one
of the quest rewards. These surveys are similar to treasure maps, in that they
depict an obscure location that is somewhere in the zone the crafting writ quest
is completed in.
Writ CertificationBefore you can take crafting writs, your character will need
to be certified in a particular crafting skill. Fortunately this is way easier
than you might think: simply walk to the nearest Writ Board in a city of your
choice, and then visit a certification trainer NPC in Davon’s Watch, Vulkhel
Guard, or Daggerfall.
certification trainers will give you a quest explaining the basics of crafting.
There are two separate certification trainers: one for equipment crafting
professions which are Woodworking, Blacksmithing and Clothing, and the other
for consumable crafting which are Alchemy, Provisioning, and Enchanting.
can only have ONE certification quest from EACH of these trainers at any given
time but you only need to complete the certification process once, so you will
quickly go through all 6 of these quests. Do note that your character must be
at least level 6 before you can take on certification.
case you have Rank 10 in a particular profession already, you can completely
skip the certification process by selecting the right dialogue options when
talking to trainers. If you’re already experienced with crafting or if you read
our crafting basics guide, you’re likely safe to skip certification altogether
as it won’t teach you anything new.
Whole information about this article please check: https://www.mmogah.com/news/title/crafting-writs-guide-of-the-elder-scrolls-online