The Elder Scrolls Online – Mastering Scrying and Excavation: A Guide to Reaching Maximum Level

Scrying and Excavation are two new skills introduced in The Elder Scrolls Online with the release of the Greymoor expansion.

These skills allow players to hunt for ancient relics and uncover lost treasures scattered throughout the world of Tamriel.

To fully enjoy this new feature, it’s essential to level up both skills to their maximum level. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the best ways to level up Scrying and Excavation quickly and efficiently.

Understand the Basics

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Scrying and Excavation are interlinked skills. Scrying is used to locate and pinpoint the location of an ancient relic, while Excavation is used to dig up the treasure. To use these skills, you’ll need to acquire leads, which are obtained by completing various activities such as daily quests, killing world bosses, or finding them as random loot drops.

Once you have a lead, you’ll need to use the Scrying skill to locate the treasure and then use the Excavation skill to dig it up.

Start Small

Begin with the easier leads that require fewer skill points in Scrying and Excavation to complete. This will help you get a feel for the mechanics and the basics of the skill before moving on to more challenging leads. You can find these leads in your inventory under the “Antiquities” tab.

Increase Your Skills

To level up Scrying and Excavation, you’ll need to spend skill points in each of these skills. You can obtain these points by leveling up, or by spending skill points earned through your character’s leveling process. Be sure to invest your points wisely, prioritizing those that increase your chances of success in locating and excavating the relics.

Join a Guild

Join a guild with members who are also interested in Scrying and Excavation. Guild members can help each other complete leads, share tips, and provide support and encouragement.

Practice Makes Perfect

The more you use Scrying and Excavation, the better you’ll become at it. Keep practicing, and don’t be discouraged by failed attempts. With persistence, you’ll soon master these skills and be able to uncover even the most elusive treasures.

Zones

Smaller zones in ESO tend to have a more concentrated number of rewards, and can help you go to each scry area faster with help of your mount. In addition, smaller zones can make it easier to locate and gather rewards such as treasure chests, resource nodes, and other valuable items.

Because there are fewer players competing for these resources, it’s more likely that players will be able to gather them without encountering any competition.

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