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ESO SETS LIBRARY - ALL ESO SETS

ESO SETS LIBRARY - ALL ESO SETS

Welcome to the ESO sets overview page. In this category of the website you can find a library of all Elder Scrolls Online sets. The ESO sets library is always kept up to date and reflects the data ingame. Please check the ESO set categories below to find the right subcategory.

The tooltip values of the sets are taken from an empty level 50 character. That way you can compare the different stats of each set, because they all have the same base character values. The tooltip numbers ingame will always be higher because you will run a fully optimized build. To learn more about sets, you can also check out the
ESO Sets Beginner Guide.
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Arena
The ESO arena set category contains all arena sets that drop from various places such as the solo Maelstrom & Vateshran Hollows Arena and the 4 player Blackrose Prison & Dragonstar Arena.
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Craftable
The ESO crafted set category contains all craftable ESO sets including their location on the map and how many traits that are required to craft the items.
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Dungeon
The ESO dungeon set category contains all dungeon sets, excluding monster sets. The list contains both the base game and DLC dungeon sets.
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Monster Set
The ESO monster set category contains all monster sets. The headpieces can be acquired in the dungeons and the shoulder pieces come from the Undaunted hub.
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Mythic
The ESO mythic set category contains all mythic items. Mythic items are special one piece sets that are obtainable through the Antiquities System.
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Overland
The ESO overland set category contains all overland sets both from the base game and DLC zones.
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PvP
The ESO pvp set category contains all PvP sets that drop from Cyrodiil, Imperial City and Battlegrounds. As well as the sets that can be crafted inside Cyrodiil and Imperial City.
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Trial
The ESO trial set category contains all trial sets that drop from various 12 player trials such as Aetherian Archive, Hel Ra Citadel, Sanctum Ophidia, Maw of Lorkhaj, Halls of Fabrication, Asylum Sanctorium, Cloudrest, Sunspire and Kyne's Aegis.
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Unknown
The ESO unknown set category contains armor sets that are no longer obtainable in the game. However, they are still technically in the game and in the system.
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Featured sets

Dungeon Level 50 - CP 160
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Hiti's Hearth

(2 items) Adds 129 Magicka Recovery
(3 items) Adds 129 Magicka Recovery
(4 items) Adds 1096 Maximum Magicka
(5 items) When you heal yourself or an ally with an ability, gain a Warming Aura for 10 seconds. While in the Warming Aura, you and group members restore 593 Health every 2 seconds and reduce the cost of Sprint, Block, and Roll Dodge by 5%. This effect can occur once every 12 seconds and the heal scales off the higher of your Max Magicka or Stamina.
Trial Level 50 - CP 160
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Quick Serpent

(2 items) Adds 657 Weapon Critical
(3 items) Adds 1096 Maximum Stamina
(4 items) Adds 1096 Maximum Stamina
(5 items) Reduces the costs of your Stamina abilities by 8%. When an enemy you have recently damaged dies, you restore 2454 Stamina and gain Major Expedition for 8 seconds, increasing your Movement Speed by 30%. These effects can occur once every second.
Craftable Level 50 - CP 160
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Eternal Hunt

(2 items) Adds 1096 Maximum Stamina
(3 items) Adds 129 Stamina Recovery
(4 items) Adds 129 Stamina Recovery
(5 items) When you use Roll Dodge, you leave behind a rune that detonates when enemies come close, dealing 1042 Poison damage and immobilizing them for 1.5 seconds. This effect scales off the higher of your Weapon or Spell Damage.

What's important to know about item sets in ESO?


Set Bonus


Sets in ESO can have bonuses, and they are usually to be found on weapons, armor and jewelry. There’s a few sets with simple bonuses, but the majority of sets have a so-called set bonus which makes it unique and has an effect that cannot be done with other pieces of equipment.

You can either craft sets, find them in all kinds of content or even excavate them. The bonuses can reach from 1 piece (for Mythical pieces from excavation) to 5 pieces per set. Oftentimes other players refer to 5-5-2 or 5-5-1-1 in order to show how many pieces of equipment you should be wearing and with how many bonuses active.

Traits


Traits in ESO are special bonuses that are either already on an item or are applied during item creation. They can either be random, which is often the case when it drops from an enemy, or they can be defined by crafting ingredients during the crafting process.

Traits are incredibly important in ESO, as they define your playstyle. A damage dealer would for example prefer divines in PvE, whereas a tank would oftentimes prefer sturdy. In the beginning this all doesn’t really matter, especially not before 160 Champion Points (the maximum level for gear), but when a player reaches this level it is advisable they decide on which kind of playstyle they want to play and decide which trait to get on which pieces of gear.

Traits can also later be changed by Transmutation. For that a transmutation station is needed, as well as transmutation gems and you need to have researched the trait you want to change the gear into. Having one character dedicated to this can come in very handy, as any character can perform this action. The gear will be soul-bound though after the transmutation process.


Weapons, Armor & Jewelry


Weapons in ESO are quite unique in the sense that they always represent 2 set bonuses. A 1-handed weapon will need another 1-handed weapon or a shield (which counts as armor, not as weapon) in order to make the 2 item set bonus active, or a large weapon will count as 2 items, as the character will wield it with two hands.

Armor in ESO has 3 different types of weight: light, medium and heavy. Each weight has its own skill line and profits from various passive abilities. Light armor utilizes magicka, whereas stamina setups benefit the most from Medium armor. Tanks would usually want to utilize the Heavy armor skill line, as they benefit the most from it.

Jewelry in ESO has been in the game for quite some time now, but it’s still a very expensive hobby for crafters. You can find any kind of jewelry quality in all content, but players can also craft jewelry for any crafting set in ESO and determine the quality themselves. That also means that you can upgrade the quality of any set - be it weapons, armor or jewelry. The only exception are mythic items. They can not be modified.


Enchantments & Durability


Enchantments in ESO on weapon, armor and jewelry are so-called glyphs that add special enhancements to your items and boost your capabilities, such as Damage, Maximum Health or Magicka Regeneration for example. They help flesh out a role and can help with deficits, for example if you don’t have enough magicka, you can enchant your gear with magicka glyphs. These also come in all kinds of quality and can be found in all kinds of content. Only players can craft legendary glyphs, though.

Durability is something that we find on armor, but not on jewelry. For every amount of experience we receive, the item will lose durability. The same applies to dying. Traits, enchantments and set bonuses will no longer work and you will have to repair it.

On weapons it’s called a Charge. They can not lose durability, but the enchantment’s charge will run out. You need a Soul Gem in order to fill it back up (right click on the weapon and choose charge).



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