Elder Scrolls Online’s upcoming Update 6 will bring law to Tamriel. Elder Scrolls Online account holders will no longer be able to treat NPCs poorly or steal their Elder Scrolls Online items for ESO gold profit without consequences. The new Justice System will enforce the laws and more and we’ll give you an overview of it.
Making your ESO gold hunter a criminal
In Update 6, ESO account holders can have their characters pickpocket NPCs to obtain Elder Scrolls Online gold. Various items, Elder Scrolls Online weapons and Elder Scrolls Online armor will also be registered to various NPCs. Taking these will then constitute theft. If spotted, the character will receive a bounty on their heads.
Attacking and killings NPCs unprovoked will also count as a crime when the update rolls out. NPCs that see the assault or murder will then react accordingly. Killed NPCs can be looted for their items.
Bringing criminal ESO gold hunters to justice
As a character’s bounty increases the reaction of NPC guards and some NPCs also change accordingly. This new behavior is handled through the new bounty level system. At Disreputable level, the guards will not arrest the character unless they are spoken to. When the bounty level hits Notorious, guards will start coming after the character. Lastly, at Fugitive level, guards will engage and attempt to kill the character on sight.
Bounty levels naturally decrease over time. They can be cleared however by paying the fines to a guard. Access to a fence can also clear bounty levels, but will still require payment of TESO gold.
Haven for criminal ESO gold hunters
Criminals in Tamriel will still have a place to go to if they decide to lay low. Throughout the land, Outlaws Refuges can be found. In these new areas, criminals can sell stolen items to a fence. Note however that fences will only buy a fixed amount per day. Fences will also offer criminals the service of clearing their bounty.