UPDATE 12 GUIDE: RETURN TO CRAGLORN
With Update 12 and One Tamriel, important changes are coming to Craglorn! Many of the quests, dungeons, and overland content in the zone have been redesigned to make them more accessible to solo and grouped players of every level!
When Craglorn was initially released in May 2014 it was designed as an “Adventure Zone" for groups of high-level players. Its groups of monsters and bosses were life-threatening for solo players, and tasks often required a group of players to work together in order to solve them. With Update 12 and One Tamriel, solo players of all levels will be able to participate in this content. Now Craglorn, and every other zone in the game after the One Tamriel update, will automatically level your characters to match the difficulty of the content, and puzzles that originally required two or more players can now be completed by solo players. No longer will your character get attacked by and die to a swarm of vicious wasps as soon as you leave the village.
Now players of all levels can enter Craglorn, investigate the disappearance of the constellations, and uncover the Celestial threat to Tamriel. The zone's entire main story can now be completed by solo players, who will be rewarded with a Nirnhoned weapon or armor piece.
Enjoy some impressions from Craglorn in the following video:
We have also adjusted the overland content, the daily quests, and the dungeons in Craglorn. Repeatable quests that previously required a group to solve puzzles are now available for all players, too. With the exception of the reworked quests, the content is still meant for groups. That doesn't mean you can't now survive without some help, but bringing a friend or grouping with another player will make your adventures a lot easier. Craglorn's Trials in the Citadel of Hel Ra, the Aetherian Archive, and the Sanctum Ophidia remain unchanged.
Craglorn, and the rest of One Tamriel, will also feature improved quest indicators in your quest tracker, quest announcement message, and on your compass. A group icon will appear next to the quest name in both the quest announcement message and the quest tracker to tell you if a quest is meant to be played solo or in a group. A blue repeatable quest icon displays in the compass and in the game world prior to bestowal if the quest is repeatable.
Craglorn is still the place to go if you want to group with other players and enjoy challenging content, but now solo players can join in the fun, too. Play, fight, and explore at your own pace.
Are you ready to return to Craglorn?
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