Moons of Elsweyr, the newest expansion for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, has been released on June 27th. It brought 77 new cards, 2 new keywords, 1 new playmat, 4 new musical tracks, 15 new titles, 3 new card backs and 12 new daily quests with a special introductory questline featuring Razum-dar.
- Announcing The Elder Scrolls: Legends – Moons of Elsweyr! – the announcement of the new expansion.
- Upcoming Balance Changes with Patch 2.11 – balance changes that came with Moons of Elsweyr. The changed cards are Transitus Shrine, Disciple of Namira, Lillandril Hexmage, Cast Into Time, Hlaalu Oathman, Falkreath Defiler, Archer's Gambit, Namira's Shrine and Dawnbreaker.
- The Moons of Elsweyr have risen – start playing today! – an announcement of Moons of Elsweyr launch with information about a special offer that contains 10 packs of Moons of Elsweyr, a “Rebel” title and 1 Moons of Elsweyr Legendary Pack that costs $4.99.
- The Elder Scrolls: Legends 2.11 Patch Notes – full patch notes of update 2.11 with the balance changes and Moons of Elsweyr.
- Wax and Wane – actually two keywords in one. Both Wax and Wane have an assigned effect and they switch between eachother. Wax on odd turns, Wane on even turns. When you put the card on the table, one of the effects is triggered depending on the turn.
- Consume – a keyword that removes another card in the player's discard pile from the game and then triggers an effect. Some cards have effects when they are consumed. This is different than Banish, because Banish removes any card from the game, while Consume removes the discard pile cards only. There's a nice card that is a good counterplay to Consume decks, Memory Wraith.
Moons of Elsweyr in Arena
Solo and Versus Arena modes have been updated to include Moons of Elsweyr. Now, two recent expansions have increased rates of appearing while drafting Arena decks:
- 4x for Moons of Elsweyr
- 3x for Alliance War
Arena will now award Moons of Elsweyr packs as a base reward. Additional packs earned no longer have a chance to be Houses of Morrowind packs.
Notable visual changes
- Dark Anchor has been given a new Summon VFX.
- Legendary Packs now have their own unique VFX when lifting them off the scroll during pack opening.
- When a player attempts to heal while their opponent has False Incarnate in play, the False Incarnate card now flashes red and a red “X” appears over the player’s avatar.
- Packs now have SFX for when they animate to the desk in the pack opening screen.
- There is a new SFX when Guard is triggered on a card.
Notable UI changes
- Hovering over or tap-holding your Magicka counter now displays your Turn Counter, which is used to determine your Wax or Wane.
- Hovering over each player’s deck now displays the deck/hand count tool tip.
- Item hangers now display the attribute icon of the item equipped, making it easier to determine which attributes are in play.
- Banished cards now have their own icon in the Play History.
- Players are now able to type in the amount of packs they wish to purchase in the Store, limited to the amount of Gold they currently have.