How To Become Emperor In The Elder Scrolls Online

The Elder Scrolls Online aims to provide players with the most expansive, customizable Elder Scrolls experience ever, and to further that goal, the game will be the first in the series to actually allow players to become Emperor of Cyrodiil. Zenimax Online Studios and Bethesda Softworks explain how to become Emperor in ESO.

The first step to becoming Emperor is to earn Alliance Points. Without this precious currency you'll never enter a ruling position.

But how do you earn Alliance Points in ESO? What are the best ways to build up your Alliance Points stash? It's simple. You'll earn Alliance Points, or AP, for completing numerous tasks including winning battles in PvP, healing allies during battle, gaining experience, capturing keeps around Cyrodiil for your faction, and more. 

Once your chosen Alliance has gained control of all of the keeps surrounding the Imperial City, the member of the Alliance who has the most Alliance Points will be made Emperor. The Emperor will give all of his followers new stat bonuses which they will hold for the rest of their ESO career, even if the player in charge loses their Emperor status. 

Losing Emperor status does have its downsides, though. The buffs your followers received will be lessened, even as they remain in place for the rest of the game's life cycle. 

Players who become Emperor will enjoy even greater rewards, though. 

"Players who become Emperor will get a full skill line that they keep throughout the rest of their lives in The Elder Scrolls Online," game director Paul Sage told OXM. "It won't be easy to become Emperor, but we think pepole will be glad they worked for it." 

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