What to Do with Witches Festival Writs After the Event in The Elder Scrolls Online

What to Do with Witches Festival Writs After the Event in The Elder Scrolls Online

During the Elder Scrolls Online’s Witches Festival, you can collect items known as Witches Festival Writs. They’re quest items that contain specific requests for crafting recipes.

However, you may not always have the recipe for making them, preventing you from completing the quest. You may be left with unfinished Writs as a result of this, but you should keep them because they can be quite valuable.

What to Do with Witches Festival Writs After the Event in The Elder Scrolls Online

What to Do with Witches Festival Writs After the Event in The Elder Scrolls Online

You can do a couple of things with unfinished Writs. If you want to save the achievement and the witch hat item for later, you can keep them in your house or in your inventory. Even if the event has ended, you can still make and submit the recipes because they are still part of the quest.

You could go to a Guild Trader instead of destroying or storing unfinished Writs in your home. Guild Traders can be found near an entrance gate in any major city.

You can buy recipes from Guild Traders without joining a guild if you only need them to finish the Writ. If you want to sell items to a Guild Trader, however, you must first join a guild that has access to one.

You can sell the Writ once you’ve joined a guild and found a Guild Trader. Many people may still be looking for Writs, which can sell for a lot of money.

Well, that’s all we have for you about Witches Festival Writs and what you can do with it after the event in The Elder Scrolls Online. We hope this guide helped you.

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Miller has been a video game journalist for over 3 years, contributing to publications all over the world in his freelance capacity. Magic: The Gathering, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin are some of his favorite games.

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