ESO Mother's Tears: Where can you get the popular set and how strong is it?


ESO Mother's Tears: Where can you get the popular set and how strong is it?

For many players of the MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO), farming sets is part of it. We introduce you to the popular set of mother's tears.

What do sets in ESO bring? Sets grant you bonuses depending on how many and which items I own and use from them. In principle, this works like in other MMORPGs.

It is important to look for complete sets so that the full bonus is granted. These sets then affect your build. Depending on the direction in which you develop your hero in ESO, you will look for matching item sets.

Magicka Templars like to wear the set of mother's tears.

A good set for magicka builds

What is mother's tears? The set is considered light armor and is particularly suitable for new players who want to try DPS magicka builds . The set is often worn by Magicka Templars, for example. It's popular, among other things, because passive skills that increase your critical damage keep getting better.

You will receive the following bonuses, depending on how many items in the set you are wearing:

  • 2 items in the set - Grants 1,096 maximum magicka
  • 3 items in the set - Grants 657 magic critical hits
  • 4 items in the set - Grants 657 magic critical hits
  • 5 items in the set - Grants 1,528 magic critical hits

As a weapon you should get yourself a flame staff with the property "fulfilled", but "precise" is also possible.

There are certainly better sets than mother's tears that go better with individual builds , but it is still worth farming the items. Because they sell very well and bring you a lot of gold.

Where do you find mother's tears? The set is a so-called zone drop, an area set. That means you can only find it in a very specific area of ​​the game world. This is Deshaan in southern Morrowind. If you are out there, you can find the set on bosses, in dungeons, in the open dungeon and in chests.

  • Items for waist and feet can be obtained from bosses and in vaults in the three-circle mine, Princess Llarel's lair, Razor-Ear Grotto, Corpse Garden, Taleon's Cliff, Lower Thanual
  • Items for head, torso, legs and weapons drop from bosses that you see on the Deshaan map, including Druitularg's Ritual Altar, Grove of Abomination, Caravan Dome, Shorthorn Hill, Mabrigash Funeral Circle, Blasted Thorn Spot
  • Items for shoulders, hands and weapons will drop bosses in the public dungeon “The Forgotten Crypts”
  • Rings and necklaces can be found in chests in Deshaan, including chests that appear in the zone but also chests that appear after completing a dark anchor or at the Dolmens of Earth Smell, Dolmens of Lagomere and Dolmens of Siltreen.

You can also buy the mother's tears items, including the flame staff (fulfilled) as a weapon, but this can cost you a lot of money.

The set has the argon style, which fits thematically very well, especially with regard to the upcoming ESO expansion Blackwood . After all, you're there on the border between Cyrodiil and Black Marsh and meet many Argonians. You shouldn't just farm the set to look good, though. The values ​​are crucial and whether it fits your build.

Which sets do you prefer in the MMORPG ESO? Let us know in the comments.

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