Buffs in Elder Scrolls Online can come from fellow ESO gold hunters, but also from food and drinks. Upcoming Update 6 makes the production of these Elder Scrolls Online items through Provisioning much simpler. Buffs after the update can be reliably determined by ESO account holders based on ingredients and more.
Base Ingredients and buffs for ESO gold
Come Update 6, Elder Scrolls Online account holders can easily determine the buff of the food or drink they are making based on the ingredients. For food, there will be three base ingredient types: meat, fruits and vegetables. Meat will give health related buffs, while fruits buffs magicka. Lastly vegetables will affect stamina. Drinks meanwhile will affect health if they are alcoholic. Tea will affect magicka while tonics will help with stamina. With this, players can easily make the right food for the buff they need when hunting Elder Scrolls Online gold.
Improving food and drink for ESO gold
Dishes obviously aren’t made of just their base ingredients. They require additives that include items like honey, cheese, garlic and more. Using additives will affect the quality of the dish. There will be a total of 14 additives. Seven of these will be for food and the other seven for drinks. Additionally, there will be a rare additive for food and drinks. While these cannot be bought from NPCs, provisioning hirelings can occasionally give them.
Better recipes for more ESO gold
Like real world cooking, Provisioning uses recipes to organize dishes. Additionally, recipes determine how many buffs a specific dish or drink will give. Green quality recipes will only have one base ingredient therefore only giving one buff. Blue quality ones will have two base ingredients while epic ones will have three. Recipes in Update 6 will also be easier to organize to reduce clutter for those making food and drink for sessions hunting Elder Scrolls Online armor and Elder Scrolls Online weapons.