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The Best SOLO Class In ESO?

Have you ever wondered which class is BEST for Soloing in The Elder Scrolls Online? This guide breaks it all down!

by Hack The Minotaur

Magicka Sorcerer? Stamina Necromancer? Have you ever wondered which class is BEST for Soloing in The Elder Scrolls Online? While all classes can Solo in ESO to an extent, some class are definitely better than others. Often this comes down to self-healing, damage mitigation and resource sustain. Keep on reading to review my Solo PVE Class Tier List for ESO!


C TIER

These classes are currently the hardest to play Solo in The Elder Scrolls Online. These classes lack both consistent burst healing and healing over time skills and can suffer from resource sustain issues. However, if you are an experienced player you can definitely overcome these challenges!

Stamina Dragonknight

Strong Damage Over Time - Good Debuffs

While the Stamina DK is a great choice for Group Play, it can struggle a bit when soloing. This mostly has to do with poor self-healing and sustain. Players should pick up either Resolving Vigor or Echoing Vigor as soon as possible to help with this. The class does well with DOTS, and these are some of the strongest in the game, including Venomous Claw and Noxious Breath, which also debuffs armor! They also have one of the most fun ultimate abilities in the game with Take Flight, though Standard Of Might is often better for soloing due to the damage reduction and longer duration.

Some great examples of powerful Stamina Dragonknight Builds are below.


Stamina Nightblade

Strong Burst Damage - Good Debuffs

Stamina Nightblade is one of the most popular classes to play in ESO, but it’s also one of the most challenging to play well, and especially to play solo. While you can cloak up to assassinate single enemies, they will struggle fighting against groups. To help with this, consider using AOE skills like Steel Tornado if using Dual Wield or Brawler if using Two-Handed. Stamina Nightblades also have a great class-based AOE skill in Power Extraction, which does great damage and also debuffs enemies. A burst heal such as Rally will be very helpful. Also, make sure to use the Dark Shade ability to summon a shadow companion which will make surrounding enemies do less damage! Finally, start working on light attack weaving with every ability as soon as possible because some of your best skills including Leeching Strikes and Relentless Focus must be powered by those light attacks.

Some great examples of powerful Stamina Nightblade Builds are below.


B TIER

These classes are above average but still not amazing or very easy to play. As usual though, if you put in the work to truly understand your class inside and out you can still excel.

Magicka Dragonknight

Strong Damage Over Time - Above Average Healing

The Magicka Dragonknight class places just above its Stamina counterpart, mostly due to the increased healing potential it receives from Burning Embers and the ability to sustain Cauterize. Magicka Dragonknights also synergize well with fire-focused, damage over time builds due to the fire debuff provided by Engulfing Flames. Finally, the ultimate abilities of the DK are some of the best for soloing in ESO, including Ferocious Leap and Standard Of Might.

Some great examples of powerful Magicka Dragonknight Builds are below.

Magicka Nightblade

Average damage - Above Average Healing and Utility

The Magicka focused Nightblade excels in Soloing within The Elder Scrolls Online above it’s Stamina counterpart due to more easily accessible healing. For example, the Swallow Soul skill is unlocked at Rank 1 gives a massive heal over time buff that scales up as you do more damage. Also, unlike the Stamina Nightblade, the Mag NB’s main AOE skill Sap Essence also provides healing, with even greater heals based on facing more enemies. The ultimate skill Soul Harvest is generally preferable on your front bar due to the extra ultimate back it can provide. And just like Stamina Nightblade, Magicka Nightblades are heavily dependent on light attacks to benefit from Siphoning Attacks and Merciless Resolve, so make sure to light attack consistently between every skill!

Some great examples of powerful Magicka Nightblade Builds are below.


A TIER

These classes are fantastic when it comes to Solo gameplay in The Elder Scrolls Online and you simply cannot go wrong with any of these class choices. If I were to fault them anywhere it would be that they are slightly more challenging to play than their S Tier counterparts. An experienced player can easily move these builds higher on the list, but new players may struggle managing buff timers and more complex rotations.

Stamina Templar

Strong damage - Above Average Sustain and Utility

The Stamina Templar is a great Melee class with strong buffs and utility thrown in. For example, Stamplars can get easy healing over time that also scales with weapon damage through the Extended Ritual skill. They also have great sustain and defense provided through Restoring Focus, and even more potential sustain through Repentance. Of course, Biting Jabs is one of the best stamina spammable skills in the game, providing passive critical chance and minor protection as well. Finally, Power Of The Light is a great, unique ability that debuffs the enemy while also hitting for big damage.

Some great examples of powerful Stamina Templar Builds are below.


Stamina Warden

Great AOE Damage - Great Buffs & Debuffs

The Stamina Warden is an amazing Solo class in The Elder Scrolls Online, with especially strong AOE Damage, Solid Healing and Great Buffs and Debuffs. For example, Subterranean Assault is one of the best AOE skills in the game that also debuffs enemies with Major Fracture AND generates healing and ultimate for you at the same time! A Solo build combining Sub Assault with Two-Handed AOE skills like Brawler and Reverse Slice will be very powerful! Stamina Wardens also have great sustain through Bull Netch and awesome defense via the Ice Fortress skill. For Ultimates, Permafrost is a great choice for AOE encounters while the Wild Guardian bear pet ultimate can be very strong for single target fights (and fun to have with you).

Some great examples of powerful Stamina Warden Builds are below.

Magicka Warden

Great AOE Damage - Great Buffs, Debuffs & Healing

The Magicka Warden is another great Solo option for the Elder Scrolls Online and obviously fairly similar to the Stamina Warden class. Just like their Stamina counterpart they have amazing AOE potential through the Deep Fissure skill which also debuffs enemies with Major Breach. They have great sustain as well through the Blue Betty skill and great defense with built in minor protection through the Ice Fortress buff. The Magicka morph of the ultimate skill Northern Storm is actually amazing for Solo builds as it increases your magicka by a whopping 15% while also still giving you the major protection.

Some great examples of powerful Magicka Warden Builds are below.


Stamina Necromancer

Great Passives, Healing and Damage Mitigation

Stamina Necromancers are extremely versatile fighters in The Elder Scrolls Online, though the buff management definitely takes practice. Some skills are also dependent on having corpses on the ground, so this adds an additional management component that favors experienced players. For creating corpses, Blighted Blastbones is the most consistent option - make sure to cast this ability every 3 seconds or so. Once you have corpses on the ground you can then use the Necro tether skills - Mortal Coil for healing and stamina and Detonating Siphon for AOE damage over time. For healing, Stamina Necros can make use of Spirit Guardian which also absorbs 10% of incoming damage. They also have one of my favorite solo armor buffs in Beckoning Armor that draws attacking enemies to you! Of course, Stamina Necromancers have one of the best class Ultimates in the game, the huge AOE smashing Pestilent Collosus!

Some great examples of powerful Stamina Necromancer Builds are below.

Magicka Necromancer

Great Passives, Healing and Damage Mitigation

The Magicka Necromancer class is similar in power and style to the Stamina Necromancer, though you will most likely be using a staff at range. Like the Stam Necro, Mag Necros are also dependent on having corpses on the ground, adding an extra layer of complexity and buff management to the class. For corpse creation, Magicka Necromancer has many great options including Stalking Blastbones and Skeletal Arcanist which will allow you to cast the free tether abilities Mystic Siphon and Mortal Coil. Don’t forget also that both Necromancer build styles have access to amazing Ultimate generation through the Necrotic Potency skill. And of course, Magicka Necromancers have access to the magicka morph of one of the most powerful ultimates in the game Glacial Colossus.

Some great examples of powerful Magicka Necromancer Builds are below.



S TIER

THESE ARE THE ULTIMATE Solo Classes In ESO! Not only do these classes have amazing abilities, but their passive healing, offensive and defensive capabilities make them straight-up EASY MODE! These classes will be great choices for all players in the game from beginner to advanced.

Stamina Sorcerer

Amazing AOE Damage and Speed - BEST HEAL

Our first S TIER build is the only Stamina set up that’s made it this far and that’s the Stamina Sorcerer. Stam Sorc is fairly unique in that it has amazing self-healing for a Stamina build thanks to the Critical Surge skill. As long as you are doing critical damage you are also getting massive, free healing every second! This skill alone makes them a strong choice for Soloing in The Elder Scrolls Online, but they also have great AOE damage, defense and speed through the Hurricane skill. Crystal Weapon and Bound Armaments are unique damage abilities that are fun to use and the Greater Storm Atronach ultimate is fantastic for Soloing.

Some great examples of powerful Stamina Sorcerer Builds are below.

Magicka Sorcerer

PETS - BEST HEAL - SHIELDS

Next, we have the Magicka Sorcerer - an absolute BEAST when it comes to Soloing in The Elder Scrolls Online. The primary reason Magicka Sorcerer ranks so high on this list is due to it’s easy accessibility for players of any skill level. Pets like the Volatile Familiar and Greater Storm Atronach literally do the damage for you so you can focus on survivability! Mag Sorc of course also has the best passive heal in the game which Stam Sorcs also have in Critical Surge AND they have the strongest Damage Shield in the game via Hardened Ward! If you are looking for an easy to pick up build that can solo the most challenging content in the game then look no further than the Magicka Sorcerer!

Some great examples of powerful Magicka Sorcerer Builds are below.

Magicka Templar

Amazing Sustain and Damage Mitigation - BEST SPAMMABLE SKILL - BEST EXECUTE

The Magicka Templar class is one of my all-time favorite builds for Solo play in ESO and have a great mix of offense, defense and sustain. For offensive capability, Magicka Templar has arguably the best spammable in the game in Puncturing Sweep and the best execute ability in Radiant Glory - keep in mind both of these skills do amazing damage AND heal you at the same time. Combined with this, Magicka Templar has great defense and sustain thanks to Channeled Focus and additional passive healing through Extended Ritual. Finally, Magicka Templar has a great defensive ultimate ability that reduces all enemies outgoing damage in Solar Disturbance.

Some great examples of powerful Magicka Templar Builds are below.

Hack The Minotaur (HTM) is a professional Gaming Blogger and Youtube Creator with decades of experience in Gaming. Hack is the owner of HackTheMinotaur.com - an Elder Scrolls focused site for character builds and guides, and now RPGDOJO.com - your source for News, Builds And Guides for the latest and greatest Role Playing Games in the Universe.

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Can You Play The Elder Scrolls Online Completely SOLO?

Can You REALLY Solo In The Elder Scrolls Online? All Solo Play Options For ESO!!

How Much Content Can Be Played Solo in The Elder Scrolls Online?

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Virtually everything in ESO can be played Solo with the exception of the highest level Veteran Dungeons and of course 12 Player Trials. This means as a Solo Player you can expect to enjoy:

  • Questing and Story Content

  • Overland Zones

  • Delves and Public Dungeons

  • Solo Arenas

  • Group Dungeons IF your Build is strong enough

  • PVP including Cyrodiil and Battlegrounds

What Content Cannot Be Played Solo?

The most difficult "End Game" content available in the Elder Scrolls Online are the 12 Player Trial zones found throughout the game. These zones are specifically tuned to only allow high level groups of 12 players to progress and complete this content. Why? Well, in most cases these zones are filled with LOTS of hard-hitting enemies, most with millions of hit points. Most boss encounters here are too difficult to complete while Solo, and even if you could survive them you generally wouldn't find it fun to fight the same boss for nearly an entire hour!

Questing and Story Content

One of the most rewarding activities to complete in The Elder Scrolls Online is its Questing and Story content. ESO is part of the Elder Scrolls universe, but takes place before Oblivion and Skyrim, so there's plenty to explore that will feel new while also being connected to your experiences in previous TES games. There are several types of different quests and stories to experience including:

  • The Main Story Quest

  • Main Faction Quests, one for each of the three ESO factions

  • DLC Quests

  • Chapter Quests, including Greymoor, Elsweyr, Morrowind and so on

  • Side Quests

  • Daily Missions

All quests in The Elder Scrolls Online are fully voice acted and usually feature new and interesting characters and locations. And while some Quest Lines do include some specific enemies that must be defeated in order to progress the quest including bosses, most of these are extremely easy and can be completed regardless of your level or build. Finally, most major quests also include some fairly nice rewards including a big chunk of Experience, some Gold and even Set Pieces or other sellable items which also makes them well worth completing.

A Story Quest featuring Lyris Titanborn from The 5 Companions.

A Story Quest featuring Lyris Titanborn from The 5 Companions.

Overland Zones

The Overland Zones of The Elder Scrolls Online make up the majority of the explorable content in the game and feature some pretty fantastic and large areas including sections of Skyrim, Morrowind, Grahtwood, Summerset and so much more. Tucked away within each overland zone are dozens of discoverable towns, cities, delves, bosses and landmarks. There's always plenty to do here, whether you enjoy killing monsters, hunting World Bosses, searching for treasure chests and skyshards or doing sidequests. Generally speaking, the Overland Zones in ESO are some of the easiest content in the game and can be explored and completed at any level with any basic build.

Need more help? Check out my Beginner Builds section.

While most basic builds can explore anything and everything in the Overland zones remember that there are some more difficult encounters in the Overland areas designed specifically for groups of players to conquer, including World Bosses, Dolmens, Harrowstorms and even Dragons. However, with the right build, and enough Champion Points and player experience these encounters can be completed Solo as well, and doing so can be a fun way to challenge yourself as a player.


Delves and Public Dungeons

Delves are the easiest form of "Dungeons" in The Elder Scrolls Online, if you can even call them that. In most cases a Delve is simply a cave or mine, often with a small, circular map, with a few dozen enemies that you can easily defeat in just a few minutes. Every Delve has a Boss which is just slightly more difficult than a normal enemy as well as a skyshard to help you gain skill points faster. Delves also give you a good chunk of experience for defeating the boss which makes them well worth completing even if they are easy.

Then you have Public Dungeons which are just a step above Delves in terms of difficulty. Public Dungeons generally are larger in scale, have more enemies grouped closer together and can have multiple Bosses in different locations. There is also the usual skyshards, treasure chests and so and often a unique quest as well, all of which make them worth exploring and completing when you have a few free moments in ESO.

A typical Delve map from The Elder Scrolls Online.

A typical Delve map from The Elder Scrolls Online.

Solo Arenas

The Elder Scrolls Online has two challenging Solo Arenas including Maelstrom Arena and the brand new Vateshran Hollows Arena. These arenas have both a Normal and Veteran mode to choose from which scales their difficulty accordingly. The normal mode is of course much easier and can be completed with most basic builds while the Veteran mode is quite a bit more challenging and takes a solid build as well as an experienced player to complete. In terms of rewards, both normal and veteran Solo arenas offer strong and unique Item Sets in Light, Medium and Heavy armor as well as unique Ability Altering Weapons which augment your basic weapon skill with new bonuses. For example, the Maestrom Staff increases your Light and Heavy attack damage against enemies standing inside your Wall Of Elements skill, which makes it one of the most desirable items in the game.

All that being I do definitely encourage new and experienced players alike to work through the Solo Arenas in ESO. Not only will mastering these experiences increase your overall skill at the game but you can earn some pretty nice rewards while doing so.

Group Dungeons

This brings us to the 4 player Group Dungeons which are a major selling point of The Elder Scrolls Online. Let's start by explaining that yes, these Group Dungeons are tuned specifically towards Group gameplay. In fact, some of these dungeons have specific mechanics which will block you from moving forward alone, such as unbreakable stuns or pressure plates that must be used by multiple players at once. However, not all Group Dungeons have such limiting mechanics, and in fact, most don't, making them very possible to Solo depending on your experience and build. Also, keep in mind that just like the Solo Arenas, Group Dungeons also have Normal and Veteran modes to scale their difficulty, so if you want to make it easier on yourself you can always switch the dungeon to Normal difficulty to account for your Solo run.

Why Solo in this specific type of Group content? For one thing, some Dungeon gear sets are the best in the game for specific builds, and being able to Solo farm the Dungeon may help you collect those item sets faster when you aren't able to find a group. Also, some players just like the extra challenge that Soloing group content can provide. Think of Soloing in a group dungeon as just a harder version of a Public Dungeon with greater challenge and often greater rewards, and if you can Solo some of the more challenging dungeons in ESO while also basically being your own tank, your own healer and while also dealing damage then your build is probably pretty good.

Soloing the Group Dungeon Veteran Banished Cells I with the Magicka Templar.

Soloing the Group Dungeon Veteran Banished Cells I with the Magicka Templar.


PVP: Battlegrounds and Cyrodiil

Finally, our discussion could not be complete without mentioning Solo options for PVP in The Elder Scrolls Online. While there are various group instances like Battlegrounds or groups in Cyrodiil, a player can choose to go "Lone Wolf" at any time. I don't recommend this in certain cases like Battleground Flag Games for example because grouping up usually equals more success in those instances, but going Solo can be a fun way to challenge your expertise and build in new ways if the moment calls for it. Many players for example swear by their ability to 1vX, or in other words face multiple players at once without any assistance from your own faction or team. Keep in mind that this requires a lot of experience with your build as well as different PVP mechanics like lining up Burst combos and avoiding damage through Line of Sight gameplay which can take years to master, so you may face some frustration at first, but once you get it down it will definitely be rewarding.

Hack The Minotaur (HTM) is a professional Gaming Blogger and Youtube Creator with decades of experience in Gaming. Hack is the owner of HackTheMinotaur.com - an Elder Scrolls focused site for character builds and guides, and now RPGDOJO.com - your source for News, Builds And Guides for the latest and greatest Role Playing Games in the Universe.

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Top 5 SOLO TIPS For The Elder Scrolls Online

Don't miss these 5 IMPORTANT skills for Soloing ESO Dungeons, World Bosses & More!

Can You Solo In The Elder Scrolls Online?

by Hack The Minotaur

Short Answer: YES! You can play Solo quite successfully in the world of ESO. And whether you are brand new to The Elder Scrolls Online, taking on your first Mud Crab, or even a seasoned Veteran player, trying to take on a World Boss or Dungeon all by yourself, this guide will cover the basics to help you be successful!

Tip 5: Basic Combat

The basics of combat in The Elder Scrolls Online includes casting Skills, doing damage with your weapons, and avoiding or mitigating enemy damage. Practicing these Combat Basics early on will help you prepare for later levels where Soling content can become more challenging.

  • Block Enemy Attacks - this important because some bosses have hard hitting attacks that can do Massive Damage to your character and also stun you. Blocking will reduce that damage by around 50%, and also keep your character from getting stunned, which is essentially to staying alive. Remember though - Block is not free, and blocking too often will drain your stamina.

  • Roll Dodge - this is another way to avoid damage by simply rolling out of the way. While your character is in motion, any incoming direct damage attack will always miss you. Again, roll dodging costs stamina, so be careful not to use it too often. Also keep in mind that some special Area Of Effect (AOE) damage is undodgeable.

  • Avoid RED AOE (Area Of Effect) Damage - Red Circle or Lines on the ground are telegraphs that tell you that something big is about to happen NEXT. So step out of the way, roll dodge, or block to reduce that incoming damage!

  • Interrupt - combining your Block and Attack buttons will create a Bash effect. This can be used to interrupt enemies which are channeling special, longer abilities like self-heals or damage effects.

Tip 4: Understanding Damage Types

In The Elder Scrolls Online it’s extremely important to understand what type of damage your character is capable of doing, and when it’s best to do so. In this example we are speaking mostly about Single Target Damage, AOE Damage, Instant Damage and Damage Over Time. Understanding when and how to combine these various damage types is essential.

  • Single Target Damage - this damage is directed at a single targeted enemy. For this reason, Single Target Damage is best reserved for combat situations where the target count is low (1 - 3 enemies). This damage type is especially good for burning down bosses quickly.

  • AOE (Area Of Effect) Damage - this damage type hits every enemy in a specific area, whether it is a cone, circle or straight line. In some cases you must aim this damage, while in other cases it may flow from your character in a pre-determined shape or radius. This damage type is especially good for add phases of boss battles (more adds come out to be killed) or for clearing dungeons quickly.

  • Instant Damage - instant damage happens, well, instantly - and it’s great for burst down enemies quickly but in longer fights such as boss fights, instant damage abilities can be hard to sustain if that’s all you use. For that reason we have…

  • Damage Over Time (DOT) - these skills have an initial, up front cast but then continue to do damage for a set duration afterwards. So cast these skills first to make sure they last there full duration, then add additional instant damage skills to ramp up your total damage even further!

Tip 3: Healing

There are several types of healing available to all builds in the game of ESO, including Healing Over Time, Burst Healing and Passive Healing. Understanding these different types as well as how to mix them with needed will help you stay alive longer to Solo more difficult content.

  • Heal Over Time - these longer duration heals are initially cast and then persist for a specific duration. Remember to cast these early on when you first begin taking damage, because the healing you receive is generally small but can add up over time if you keep the heal up consistently. Some examples of Heal Over Time Skills include Echoing Vigor (Alliance War) and Spirit Guardian (Necromancer).

  • Burst Healing - this is a Powerful heal ability that heals for a large amount but can be costly in terms of the resources needed. In most cases you want to save these types of heals for emergencies, but make sure you have at least one available, because it can be the difference between life and death. Some examples of Burst Heal Skills include Rally (Two-Handed) and Twilight Matriarch (Sorcerer).

  • Passive Healing - this is arguably the most effective type of healing in ESO for playing Solo. This is because passive healing is activated automatically while you do other things, letting you focus more on damage or boss mechanics while also restoring your health at the same time. Some examples of passive healing skills include Critical Surge (Sorcerer) and Puncturing Sweep (Templar).


Tip 2: Sustain

Sustain in ESO is a delicate balance between how your active skills cost to cast versus how much resources your character is recovery naturally? Not enough sustain? You will QUICKLY run out of magicka or stamina and no longer be able to cast skills. Too much sustain? Your resources pools will almost always be full, but your character will also be less effective - either doing less damage or healing. A good balance here is key.

  • Your Character’s Recovery values are important. Remember, you can increase these values by choosing different Food or Drink options as well as adding more recovery to your Jewelry Enchants or through specific item sets.

  • Look for passive skills that REDUCE the cost of your abilities. This is often found in the Armor Skill Lines, but can also be found in certain Class Passives.

  • Several Active Skills also give additional magicka or stamina recovery and should be maintained at all times. Examples include Restoring Focus (Templar) and Shocking Siphon (Necromancer).

  • Potions provide a quick burst of sustain, though they do have a 45 second cool down.

  • Heavy Attacking will restore resources depending on the type of weapon used.

Tip 1: Damage Shields

If you really want to take your Soloing to the NEXT LEVEL in The Elder Scrolls Online, a simple but extremely effective strategy is to use Damage Shield. Damage Shields are special effects or abilities that ABSORB damage for you, helping your character take less damage overall and leading to greater survivability in challenging encounters.

  • Damage shields take priority over your health bar. This means that enemies have to BREAK THROUGH your damage shield FIRST in order to do any damage to your character while that shield is active.

  • Active Damage shield skills must be cast first before you see the benefit. This includes skills like Hardened Ward (Sorcerer) and Brawler (Two-Handed).

  • Passive Damage Shields occur on your character automatically through proc conditions, usually on item sets. For example, Iceheart, Mother Ciannait, and the Combat Physician Set all give free damage shields, though they do have a cool down.

  • A damage shield glyph can be crafted or purchased and applied to your weapons to provide another free damage shield. Combining this trait on an infused weapon gives even more protection.

  • The Champion Point node Bastion increases the value of all your character’s damage shields.

That’s all for now! Good luck soloing in The Elder Scrolls Online!

Hack The Minotaur (HTM) is a professional Gaming Blogger and Youtube Creator with decades of experience in Gaming. Hack is the owner of HackTheMinotaur.com - an Elder Scrolls focused site for character builds and guides, and now RPGDOJO.com - your source for News, Builds And Guides for the latest and greatest Role Playing Games in the Universe.

Hack loves gaming content, particularly Traditional RPG's, Action RPG's and MMO's. Go check out his YouTube Channel for even more builds and guides on popular series like the Elder Scrolls, Fallout and Cyberpunk and make sure to check out his Twitter for updates on what content is coming next!


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