The Elder Scrolls Online: Jewelry Glyphs

Glyphs by Type Jewelry Glyphs All Jewelry Glyphs are gold circles. Glyph Icon Effect Potency Rune Essence Rune Glyph of Bashing Increase Bash Damage by [x] Additive Kaderi Glyph of Health Recovery Adds [x] Health Recovery Additive Okoma Glyph of Increase Magical Harm Adds [x] Spell Damage Additive Makderi Glyph of Increase Physical Harm Adds

The Elder Scrolls Online: Armor Glyphs

Glyphs by Type Armor Glyphs All Armor Glyphs are silver shields. Glyph Icon Effect Potency Rune Essence Rune Glyph of Health Adds [x] Maximum Health Additive Oko Glyph of Magicka Adds [x] Maximum Magicka Additive Makko Glyph of Stamina Adds [x] Maximum Stamina Additive Deni Glyph of Prismatic Defense Adds [x] Maximum Health, Adds [x]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Weapon Glyphs

Glyphs by Type Weapon Glyphs All Weapon Glyphs are red pentagons. Glyph Icon Effect Potency Rune Essence Rune Glyph of Flame Deals [x] Fire Damage Additive Rakeipa Glyph of Foulness Deals [x] Disease Damage Additive Haoko Glyph of Frost Deals [x] Cold Damage Additive Dekeipa Glyph of Hardening Grants a [x] point Damage Shield for

The Elder Scrolls Online: Glyphs

Glyphs by Type Glyphs are the product of mixing Runes in Elder Scrolls Online. The process is done by Enchanters and each glyph has a specific effect of a potency determined by the runes. Glyph scaling percentages Head, Chest, Legs, Shield: 100% Waist, Feet, Hands, Shoulder: 40% Glyph Strengths Glyph Potency Gear Level Required Additive

The Elder Scrolls Online: Runes

Runes by Type This is a list of the various Runestones that can be found in the game. There are three kinds of Runestones: Potency Runes, Essence Runes, and Aspect Runes. The type of runestone can be readily determined by its shape and color. Potency Runes are blue and square, Essence Runes are yellow/green and

The Elder Scrolls Online: Enchanting – Essence Runes

Runes by Type The Essence Rune determines what the Glyph actually does. It may have a different effect depending on whether you use it with an Additive or Subtractive Potency Rune, but the two options will be related. For example, a Dekeipa Rune (“Frost”) with an Additive Potency will cause Frost Damage when applied to