The Elder Scrolls Online Team will disable Item Set Bonuses.

So, in some attempts to continue testing the performance of Cyrodill PvP, The Elder Scrolls Online team will disable item set bonuses beyond the net stat gain in the February 15 test.

According to the team, this will greatly affect any set that includes a proc, or any condition that is conditioned by an ability. This ability will be disabled. Affected sets include, for example, the Seducer. These are the sets that are affected:

  • Twice-Born Star.
  • War Maiden.
  • Willow’s Path.
  • Arena Weapons.
  • Mythic Items.
  • Eternal Vigor.
  • Footman’s Fortune.
  • Hawk Eye.
  • Mighty Chudan.
  • New Moon Acolyte.

But there are sets that will not be affected at all, here are some of them:

  • Draugr Hulk.
  • Endurance.
  • Fortified Brass.
  • Grace of the Ancients..
  • Hunding’s Rage.
  • Impregnable Armor.
  • Law of Julianos.
  • Leviathan.
  • Armor of the Trainee.
  • Beekeeper’s Gear.
  • Crafty Alfiq.

Also later, the team itself continued its work, noting that the any   set, not included in this list, which will not be affected, will still work with its statistics. Changes aimed at removing the current healing restrictions will also affect the console version of the game.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *