The Elder Scrolls: Blades cheats and tips - More decorations and fast

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades cheats and tips - More decorations and fast

Best ways to craft and earn decorations

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When you're playing The Elder Scrolls: Blades, you might get the feeling that your town is a bit bland. If your town is suffering from pillars of smoke and piles of rubble, what you need is some decorations to cheer up the place.

There are dozens of decoration spots littered around your town, and with this guide, you'll find out the best ways to fill up those spots and make your town a much nicer place to live, with a prestige bonus to boot.

Get your town looking fancy with our tips below, and remember to keep opening those chests, the rewards inside will certainly help you get the best decorations in town.

Decorating your town

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As you progress through the game you'll realise that buildings aren't the only thing you can improve your town with, as there is plenty of space for decorations.

You've probably noticed these littered around the town already. You may have even earned a couple of decorations, as it's simple enough to get a few flag banners for small decoration spots early on.

Decoration spots come in small, medium and large sizes, and as you might expect, the bigger the spot, the harder it'll be to fill.

You'll find the smaller spots easy enough to fill up once you've made a decent amount of quest progress, and have built the Workshop, the important facility necessary for more decorations.

Decorations make the town look a lot better while adding little bits of prestige, which is necessary for progress through the game.

That means you should of course fill up all of the decoration spots as soon as you can, and upgrading the Workshop will certainly speed up the process.

As with anything else, you'll need to stock up on materials and gold in order to fill your town with decorations.

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Quest rewards

As mentioned, the most straightforward way of getting more decorations is by completing quests. Early quests will earn plenty of flag banners for you to put up in the town.

On top of that, quests and jobs will of course allow you to find materials in, which will become essential to crafting more decorations.

You can also get an early medium size decoration from quests, the Ayelid Warrior Statue.


Once you build the Workshop, it becomes much easier to get new decorations.

The Workshop sells plenty of useful building materials that are good in a pinch, and will also sell a decoration now and then.

Buying decorations can make the process much faster and is good if you have plenty of gold lying around. If you have the materials though, crafting is best.

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Crafting is certainly the best way to get new decorations, and if you want the best decorations, you should upgrade the Workshop straight away.

Each Workshop upgrade will give you more decorations to craft, making it much easier to fill up those medium and large decorations spaces.

It takes a lot of materials though. Stocking up really is important, so search dungeons and open chests.

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Dave Aubrey
Dave Aubrey
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