The Elder Scrolls Online (or TESO) is the continuation of the popular Elder Scrolls series, known best for its console adaptation of the game. As with most games, the Elder Scrolls series is renown for having a heavy reliance on the accumulation of currency. ESO Gold is of the utmost importance in this game.
As for gold used in crafts, the manipulation of gold into a physical form can reap some great rewards. Not only will mining for gold and selling its more raw ore form help with adding funds to your characters pocket, but gold is just as much a valued resource in the game as it is in real life. This is why so many people choose to enhance the value of their found Elder Scrolls gold by combining a certain amount of ores at a smelter. This creates gold bars, which make the appearance of your gold look more smoothed, now in a three-dimensional and rectangular shape. While in this form, gold bars can be worked on at any readily available smith station.
Although ESO gold ore has been few and far between in the past Elder Scrolls releases, there is always the possibility of finding it in not only caves, but outer sources, too. Your best bet would be checking the sides of hills, mountains, and ravines. Ore has a defined look to it that cannot be mistaken if you’re actually trying to find it. It may not be gold you find, but there are a number of other precious metals just waiting to be harvested. Some have even greater reward than elder scrolls gold .