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ANTIQUITIES OVERVIEW PAGE
ANTIQUITIES SYSTEM
ANTIQUITIES SYSTEM

Antiquities System Guide - Elder Scrolls Online

Antiquities Overview Page


You will find the new category “Antiquities” in your quest journal. The Antiquities system also has two new skill lines called Scrying and Excavation. Both of these will make it easier for you to successfully scry and excavate Antiquities.


Now lets take a closer look at the Quest Journal Antiquities section.

Antiquities System Overview

Scryable


Scryable refers to what you can currently scry in the respective region that you are in. If you pressed “scry” on one of these 4 items in the picture above you would open up the scrying window that we are going to take a look at in the scrying section. All scrying tasks are started in the quest journal Antiquities overview page.

Other Tabs


After the scryable section you see a lot of zone and dlc names. All of them will show you the leads that you already have and could scry and excavate once you travel to that specific zone.

Leads


Leads are needed to be able to scry and excavate a certain item. Leads drop from all kind of things, you can find a full list here. Depending on how far you are already leveled up, you can scry different quality leads.

  • Green = Simple Difficulty
  • Blue = Intermediate Difficulty
  • Purple = Advanced Difficulty
  • Gold = Master Difficulty
  • Orange = Ultimate Difficulty

In the next part of the guide we are going to take a look at the skill lines.

Video Guide


You can also find an in depth video about the Antiquities System here if you prefer to watch.



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