In a rare moment, Stygies VIII was late with the forum update, although I'm as late as I usually am, so sorry for that as well.
*There was a Elder Scrolls Online livestream on July 3rdm which you can find here. Dungeon Lead Mike Finnigan and Senior Writer Randy Begel were discussing the upcoming The Elder Scrolls Online: Scalebreaker DLC with two new dungeons: Moongrave Fane and Lair of Maarselok. The first one will reveal some information on a forgotten Khajiiti faith; the second one will show us Tenmar Forest.
*The Baandari Pedlar crown crate season has begun. Check out what that entails here. In addition, you can find a list of what is coming to the Crown Store in July. You can see it all here. We have a return of Naryu's costume and personality, as well as some fresh stock such as Shrike's Nocturnal Frock.
*If you prefer reading about Scalebreaker, there's a preview article. The DLC continues the plot of The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr. In the Moongrave Fane dungeon, one can uncover information on a forgotten Khajiiti belief and confront a group that has caught a dragon in order to drain its blood and gain its powers, which hints at Tosh Raka, although that's just speculation right now. In Lair of Maarselok players have to save Grahtwood and Tenmar from a deathly corruption that might endanger Elden Root itself; this opens the door to how Graht-oaks can be influenced by the mysterious blight. By entering either of the new dungeons, you earn the Dread-Aurelian Mask style page.
*Update 23 will be available to all players, including those who don't have ESO Plus. It brings multiple improvements; it's mentioned and explained in the article linked in the point above, but here's a summary:
--Multi-crafting allows crafting, deconstructing, and refining multiple items at once by indicating how many times you wish to perform the crafting action
--Multi-bidding for Guild Trader locations works in a similar way. You can bid on up to 10 different Guild Trader locations each week. Priority is given to the location with the highest bid, and if you miss your first preference, the system checks your second, third, and so on. Once you win a bid on a Guild Trader, all other bids are refunded back to your Guild bank.
--Undaunted Keys are now a currency, so you can easily track the number of them. Also, you can get Undaunted coffers from the different Undaunted quest NPCs instead of using the chest in the middle of each camp. There's also a number of new ways of spending the Keys, such as a large amount of Keys needed to directly buy a Monster shoulder style or specific coffers from paired dungeons.
*The summer raffle has begun! Make sure to sign up here and add to the wiki twenty-five times before August 1st in order to win an Elder Scrolls 25th anniversary poster!
*We held the moot for the month of July this past Saturday. Here's what we decided on:
--The relevant categories in infoboxes that have the race and gender parameters will be now generated automatically, instead of inputting these manually. Races and genders will also be listed out instead of written as "varies"/similar. (10-0-0)
Khajiit subraces from The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr will now be added in the race parameter in infoboxes and automatically categorized like in the change noted above. (6-2-0)
--A rewrite plan for SF:LOCAT for Lore Pages has been approved, with the following changes (6-1-0):
>>5) Where possible, sections should consist of text written from the combined research of several sources, rather than just summaries of a single book or questline. References to dialogue are preferred to just citing a questline.
>>Point 6) was removed because it was covered by 2).
--Maps with Skyshard locations shown by an add-on will not be used on general articles, but such maps can be generated for the Skyshard page in particular. (5-1-0).
*A few contributors chosen to be highlighted this week:
--Utritum – lore articles
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*July 1, 2019: Discord on profiles, and a Discussions fix – now you can add your Discord name and tag to your profile. A case that could cause Discussions to become unavailable when certain tags were used has been fixed.
*The Official Discord Server for Fandom and Gamepedia Editors – Fandom launched an official server for both Fandom and Gamepedia users. You have to be registered at either to be able to get verified and therefore to use the server's channels. "To ensure a smooth verification process, have your Discord account already made, make sure you know the password, and add your Discord username to your wiki profile masthead ahead of time. You can delete your username from your profile after you’ve been verified in the #verification channel." It's worth noting that the server is also governed by the Fandom terms of service.
That's it for now. Happy Discussing!