If you’ve been waiting for the final event that will bring you the first ever evolution for your Nascent Indrik mount, then look no further. The Jester’s Festival is now on and here’s everything you need to know about the rewards and frivolous fun to be had!
Elder Scrolls Online Jester’s Festival Event Returns
The Jester’s Festival is available to Elder Scrolls Online players from Thursday 21st March at 10:00AM EDT until Tuesday 2nd April at 10:00 AM EDT. In order to take part you will need to travel to the pavilions which are located in Ebonheart, Vulkhel Guard and Daggerfall. Once you reach the event area you will need to talk to any of the three Jesters who are dressed up as Skald-King, Queen Ayrenn or the High King Emeric.
This will take you on the intro quest called “The Jester’s Festival”, which lets you gain the Pie of Misrule. Players should note if you have completed the quest last year you won’t need to redo it. Using the Pie of Misrule Memento during this special event will give you a 100% XP buff for two hours. The bonus will only be available during the event, but the Memento will still be part of your collection.
Each day through the event, players can part-take in daily quests given by the Jester at three different locations, allowing you to complete three quests per day.
Like with any ESO event there are some rewards to pick up, after completing the Jester’s daily quest you will gain a Jester’s Festival Reward Box. These will contain a range of amusing consumables, recipes, valuable items and furnishings. The first daily Jester quest to be completed each day will grant you a Jester’s Festival Stupendous Box instead (regardless of character)!
So what’s in the Jester’s Festival Stupendous Box? These boxes contain some unique rewards which include:
- Cadwell’s Kitchen Arms Style Pages
- Arm yourself with the weapons of the rag-tag knight himself!
- Parts of New Mementos!
- Collect the different parts for two new Mementos: the Festive Noise Maker or Jester’s Festival Joke Popper.
- Jokey Stealies
- Valuable-but-silly items you can sell to vendors for gold.
- Tradeable runeboxes containing last year’s Mementos: the Jester’s Scintillator and Cherry Blossom Branch.
You can up to three Stupendous Reward Boxes a day and if you decide to the quests again on a different character, you will receive the regular Jester’s Festival Reward Box. It’s possible to keep earning three regular Jester’s Festival Reward Boxes with different characters each day, Stupendous Reward Boxes and regular Reward Boxes will reset at 2:00AM EDT.
You will also receive a Jester’s Festival Pie from the Jester Festival Reward Box.
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Jester’s Festival Pie
While this pie may seem harmless and delicious, it also grants players a projectile which can be thrown at NPCs, guards and even other players. But you should probably note that not everyone likes to be greeted with a pie to the face, city guards may take offence.
Using these pies during the event will grant you some fun achievements:
- The Three Fillings War – Throw 10 Pies at players that are in a different Alliance
- The Upper Crust – Throw a pie at each of the Alliance Leaders
- More Than You Can Chew – Throw 10 Pies at Guards
- Dessert Domination – Complete the above Achievements
- Messy Business – Kill 10 players while they are covered in pie in Cyrodiil
Completing these Achievements will also grant rewards which can be kept track in your in-game Journal:
Messy Business – Title: Empieror
The Upper Crust Achievements – Title: Tin Soldier
Dessert Domination – Obnoxious Mute Face Paint collectible
As well as these newer achievements players will also be able to earn achievements from previous events:
Lord or Lady of Misrule Achievement – title and hat
Royal Jester Achievement – title and unlocking the ability to acquire unique furnishings
Taking part of the Jester’s Festival will also grant you Event Tickets which go towards buying feathers to create a Nascent Indrik Mount or berries. This is the fourth event of the first quarter, meaning the last berry can be obtained during this event. For more details about How to Evolve Your Nascent Indrik Mount check out our article.
You can earn up 24 tickets during this event, with a maximum of two event tickets per day.
You can obtain Dawnwood Berries of Bloom, Dawnwood Berries of Budding, Dawnwood Berries of Growth, and the Dawnwood Berries of Ripeness from the Impresario merchant. If you’ve gained all four of these berries you will be able to transform you Nascent Indrik into the Dawnwood Indrik! Make sure you have all four berry types in your inventory and then use them to evolve your Indrik.
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