Here are some top-tier tips for Elder Scrolls Online players who want to get Champion Points fast.
After hitting level 50 in The Elder Scrolls Online, players can earn Champion Points and change the way their characters look. Even though it may take a few in-game days or even real-life hours to hit level 50 in The Elder Scrolls Online, grinding Champion Points is much harder and takes much more time than grinding XP.
Even though players know there will be problems, there are many ways for them to get the most CP possible.Among these are finishing quests, taking part in group content, and focusing on activities with a high return. So, let’s learn more about the land of Tamriel and discover new ways to bring out the character’s full potential.
Players may find it hard to move between their home bases and grind spots to fix their gear. So, it’s important for players to have everything they need before they start their Champion Point grind.
Players must keep a good number of Repair Kits on hand for this reason. Players should keep an eye out for the nearest trader or, better yet, play in pairs to make it easier to teleport to and from the grind spot.
Join A Guild!
In The Elder Scrolls Online, guilds are very helpful. When you join the right club, you can:
- Removing long wait times for dungeons
- Finding New Friends
- Accessing Guild Stores
- Learning new things about the game
- Guild events
- Getting extra stuff!
Guild memberships can be very helpful for players who want to get the most XP, get into dungeons faster, and make friends for free Duo games, events, lotteries, and training stuff.
It goes without saying that being in a kind guild can help players get Champion Points much faster.
Play In Duos
Most MMOs make it harder to get things and XP when you play with more than one person, but in The Elder Scrolls Online, playing with two people gives you up to 10% more XP. Also, fans will be able to get through Grind spots and get Trash Packs much faster when they work in groups of two.
Be careful, though, because the 10% extra XP only works for groups of two. If there are more than two people in a group, players will start losing XP, which will make it harder to get Champion Points.
Use AoE Abilities
AoE skills are strong hits that affect a large area. Because of this, it is often much better to group enemies together and kill them all at once with AoE weapons.
At first, the time saved may not seem like much, but during a long grind session, using AoE attacks carefully can save players a lot of time and effort and help them get the most Champion Points.
Use Crown Scrolls And Potions
During grind sessions, players can get the most XP possible with the help of Crown Experience Scrolls and Ambrosia (Psijic, Aetherial, and Mythic Aetherial).
You can easily get these things from your daily login rewards or by buying them from the Crown Store.
Wear The Right Training Gear!
Aside from these supplies, a player can make farming much more efficient by using armor or weapons that increase XP gains. Sets of armor like the Heartland Conqueror and the Twice-born Star are great options. As part of what they sell, Guild Traders offer exercise gear.The Law of Julianos, Shacklebreaker, and Hunding’s Rage are all sets of armor that the player can buy for themselves for a reasonable price.
Fans of ESO can get XP bonuses based on how rare they are, with White bonuses being the least valuable and Gold bonuses being the most valuable. Here are the exact percentage bonuses that players can expect when they use gear of different rarities:
- White 54%
- Green 62%
- Blue 70%
- Purple 78%
- Gold 86%
Fans can also get an extra 10% XP by getting married to someone in the game. To be bound forever, both people must use the Pledge of Mara to finish the Ritual of Mara at a Shrine to Mara. When quests are done, both sides will get extra rewards.
People who play The Elder Scrolls Online every day can get a lot of free experience scrolls. For a certain amount of time, these boosters can increase the player’s XP wins by a certain percentage. The best way for players to get the most Champion Points possible is to get these free scrolls.
Alcast, a well-known ESO player, has figured out the fastest way to get the best XP bonus:
- 70% from Equipping training gear.
- 8% from weaponry
- 10% from ESO Plus Membership
- 10% from Duo games
- 50% from Psijic Ambriosa or XP Scrolls
Aside from this huge 148% XP bonus, players can also get 150% extra XP from Mythic Aetherial Ambriosa Drinks or XP Scrolls, and 100% extra XP from random events in Basket Random game. All of the above bonuses add up to an extra 358% XP!
Use The Best Grind Spots
Choosing the best places to grind Champion Points is a very important choice for a player, so they should choose the best place for them carefully. Some of the best ones are:
Spellscar is one of the most popular places to grind, but it is also one of the best. Spellscar is in Craglorn, above Belkarth. It is the best place to gain experience per hour. The zone is big, so it’s easy to find a place with a lot of monsters. Just make sure you do the right number of turns!
Another popular way to farm XP in The Elder Scrolls Online is to grind on monsters in the Skyreach Catacombs. The area
is solo-friendly (also called “instanced”), which means that no one can steal kills from anyone else. It’s a great place to get a lot of Champion Points because it’s an instance and there are a lot of monsters there. Just make sure you’re ready, because the monsters in this area are known to be tough.
Blackrose Prison Arena
You can only go to this area if you bought the Murkmire DLC or an ESO Plus membership. One of the best places to train in ESO is the Blackrose Prison Arena. Under “normal” conditions, players can expect to make about 1.5 million XP per hour. Players can get up to 7 million XP per hour in this area even without any event buffs. During events, this can go up to nearly 10 million XP per hour.
The best way to get through this Arena is to finish the first one right before the boss comes out. Then, start the group over. The boss gives out very little XP, but players can kill him if they want his loot. If not, it’s better to leave and start over.
Court of Contempt (Cold Harbor)
The Court of Contempt, which is northeast of Hollow City, is another great place to grind. The area has a lot of undead creatures (skeletons, ghosts, vampires, etc.) and Daedra that the player can use to level up their fighter’s guild at the same time.
Greenshade is one of the zones that is best for new players. This area is full of zombies that are easy to kill and can be quickly grouped to gain a lot of XP. Gamers are all about making the best use of their moves to get more Champion Points.
In order to easily get back to Greenshade, players must first open the Verrant Morass Wayshrine, which is close by.
Use The Right Character Build
Using a simple, easy-to-understand character build can help gamers get XP much faster and more efficiently. This will help them quickly level up and reach the maximum number of Champion Points. Because of this, the Magicka build is a good choice for the Sorcerer class.
This particular build has both DPS and support features, so players can provide shields and help friends while hitting enemies with single-target and area-of-effect attacks that do a lot of damage.
The Elder Scrolls Online can be played on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and macOS.