The Elder Scrolls Online’s Witches Festival begins today
The Witches Festival begins today, October 21st, at 10 a.m. ET in The Elder Scrolls Online and will run until November 2nd, Zenimax Online has announced.
To get started, visit the Holiday section of the Crown Store and pick up the “The Witchmother’s Bargain” quest. Complete it to earn the Witchmother’s Whistle memento, which when used grants two-hour 100% XP buff and summons the “Witchmother’s Cauldron.” Use the Cauldron to transform your character into one of the undead.
During the event, the first time players defeat a different type of boss monster they will receive a Plunder Skull, which can contain Fragments of the new Witch-Tamed Bear Dog pet, Hollowjack style items, and more. Check out the complete list of available rewards below:
- Fragments of the new Witch-Tamed Bear Dog pet called Bonedust Pigments
- Combine 10 fragments to craft this collectible
- Hollowjack style items
- Dremora style items
- Witches Festival-themed recipes
- Witches Festival-themed furnishings and furnishing recipes
- Bewitching Alchemy reagents
- Dremora Motif chapter pages
- Witches Festival Writs
- Complete these writs to unlock an Achievement that’ll grant you the Witch hat collectible AND the “Witch” title!
- Glenmoril Treasure Maps
- Use the map to find Glenmoril Weapon Style pages scattered all over Tamriel
- Glenmoril Armor Outfit Style pages
- Grave Dancer Weapon Style pages
- A new Marshmallow Toasty Treat emote Runebox
- A new Bonfire memento Runebox
In addition to the skulls, this year’s event introduces a new daily quest that requires players to collect 50 Cursed Fathers. Once done, these feathers can be turned into an effigy that transports players to a special realm to battle a new world boss.
The Elder Scrolls Online is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.
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