How to Get Event Tickets ESO - Wrothgar, Craglorn & Imperial World Event
The question of how to get ESO event tickets in the Wrothgar, Craglorn and Imperial City Year One Celebration world event has been popping up all over the place. Whenever an event like this rolls in, people that are relatively new to the game or just aren’t paying attention don’t know how to obtain the event tickets. And you want to get those, as they let you buy valuable stuff from the Impresario. So, we’ve put together our How to Get Event Tickets ESO – Wrothgar, Craglorn & Imperial World Event guide to help you out.
How to Get Event Tickets ESO
To get event tickets in ESO, you need to participate in the current in-game event, which is currently the Year One Celebration event revolving around Wrothgar, Craglorn and Imperial City. To get into Imperial City, you need the DLC of the same name, and for Wrothgar, you have to own the Orsinium DLC. Craglorn is, of course, available for everyone, as it is part of the base game. In order to participate in the event, you can accept the and, Snow and Blood event quest, or just make your way straight for one of the zones and start completing daily quests and activities in general.
Now, you can earn all sorts of prizes during the event, which I’ll let you discover on your own. In this guide, we’ll focus on one specific aspect, and that’s how to get ESO event tickets in the Wrothgar, Craglorn and Imperial City Year One Celebration World event. That matter is fairly simple. As far as we can tell, you earn one ticket for completing your first daily quest in Imperial City, and then one more for completing your first daily quest in either Craglorn or Wrothgar. In other words, if you don’t have the Imperial City DLC, you might be at a bit of a disadvantage, but oh well.
As always, you can exchange your hard-earned event tickets at the Impresario. At time of writing, you can purchase the Unstable Morpholith base fragments, which will be necessary for the Dagonic Quasigriff mount and other stuff. So, get grinding, folks!