The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind’s island of Vvardenfell is a trip down memory lane. Staying true to the original Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, the online iteration recreates many of the areas that made the 2002 version a classic.
Delves are public dungeons for those looking for a more laid back often story driven experience. Group Dungeons are similar to delves but the enemies you will encounter in them are much more formidable. Lastly, Trials are 12-player group dungeons intended for coordinated players looking to tackle the toughest foes the game has to offer. They even have their own leaderboards to track who the best group is.
Elite Areas are locations that spawn unique elite enemies in fixed locations. It is recommended to take a group to these areas but they are a great place to meet new people to play with.
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Delve and Dungeon Locations
- Delves (Solo)
- Khartag Point
- Matus-Akin Egg Mine
- Group Dungeons
- Forgotten Wastes
- Trials (Raid)
- Halls of Fabrication
Elite Area Locations
How To Find Your Way
Using the maps above, pinpoint where it is you would like to visit. Next open the map in-game and set a marker to more easily track it on your UI. Then head to the marker just like you would any other location in the game. Many of the delves and dungeons will be next to a road behind wooden or metal doors, while some of them may look like caves nestled in a rock. Elite Areas are generally very large sprawling outdoor areas or a vast network of underground tunnels.