Vvardenfell skyshards are collectibles in ESO Morrowind. When collected, each provides you with one third of a skill point – you need to collect 3 to get a point to invest in your abilities. Throughout the closed beta, our sister site TESO Life collected all of them. Now, when the NDA has been lifted, they’ve updated their interactive skyshards map to contain all ESO Morrowind Vvardenfell skyshard locations.
If the name of the expansions sounds familiar, it’s because there was already a TES game bearing the same moniker. ESO Morrowing will let players revisit the island of Vvardenfell, where many of the series’ fans have first dipped their toes into the Elder Scrolls universe. It is lauded by many as still being the best part of the series, unsurpassed by the two following entries.
If the name doesn’t ring a bell, you’re in for a treat – the island is home to some of the strangest plants and animals in Tamriel. You should be able to spend a decent amount of time just exploring the area, without even engaging with any of the intended content – the quests, skyshards and hidden treasures.
If you’ve already been on Morrowind (more than a decade ago now), you’ll notice some differences right away. TESO is set before the events of TES3 – the landscape is basically the same, but so much has changed (or will change, depending on where you look at it from). We won’t spoil it for you, but we will say this – it’s similar enough to evoke feelings of nostalgia, yet different enough to warrant the second visit.
Now that the Vvardenfell skyshard locations have been taken care of, TESO Life will be updated with guides about the expansions and the rest of its content. You should bookmark it for future reference, if you haven’t already. They have a comprehensive ESO Skyshards map, recently updated with all the DLC areas, like Wrothgar, Gold Coast and Hew’s Bane.