Elder Scrolls are 'capture-the-flag' objectives in the Alliance War. These Elder Scrolls have been stolen by the three alliances from the Temple of the Ancestor Moths to further the war effort. Each alliance initially controls two scrolls that they store in the Scroll Temples near their Border Keeps. Controlling scrolls improves your alliance's position on the Campaign scoreboard, as well as providing a number of passive bonuses. Each scroll provides either a defensive or offensive bonus to the controlling alliance, but note that you cannot claim enemy Elder Scrolls of a certain type if your alliance does not currently control their own scroll of that type. For example, the Daggerfall Covenant must control their own defensive Elder Scroll of Alma Ruma before they can capture the Elder Scrolls of Chim and Mnem, the defensive scrolls of the other alliances. Captured scrolls can only be stored within an alliance's home keeps, on the scroll pedestal located opposite the Transitus Shrine. The alliance generals offer quests to capture Elder Scrolls.
Scroll pedestals are easily identifiable, as they are emblazoned with the emblem of Julianos, the God of Wisdom and Logic. When holding an Elder Scroll, they are also bathed in an ethereal glow, which is orange for an offensive scroll, or purple for a defensive scroll.
- The Elder Scroll of Alma Ruma is a defensive scroll initially housed in the Daggerfall Covenant's Scroll Temple of Alma Ruma.
- The Elder Scroll of Altadoon is an offensive scroll initially housed in the Aldmeri Dominion's Scroll Temple of Altadoon.
- The Elder Scroll of Chim is a defensive scroll initially housed in the Ebonheart Pact's Scroll Temple of Chim.
- The Elder Scroll of Ghartok is an offensive scroll initially housed in the Ebonheart Pact's Scroll Temple of Ghartok.
- The Elder Scroll of Mnem is a defensive scroll initially housed in the Aldmeri Dominion's Scroll Temple of Mnem.
- The Elder Scroll of Ni-Mohk is an offensive scroll initially housed in the Daggerfall Covenant's Scroll Temple of Ni-Mohk.
The number of enemy scrolls your alliance has under its control is translated into passive bonuses applied to your character. While in Cyrodiil, the bonuses are taken from the campaign you are currently in. While in PvE zones, the bonuses are taken from your Home Campaign. Your alliance must control their own scrolls of a certain type in order to benefit from the control of enemy scrolls of that type.
|Defensive Scroll Bonus I||Increases armor rating by 5%.|
|Defensive Scroll Bonus II||Increases spell resistance and armor rating by 5%.|
|Offensive Scroll Bonus I||Increases spell power by 5%.|
|Offensive Scroll Bonus II||Increases weapon power and spell power by 5%.|
- A quest-related Elder Scroll can also be found in the White-Gold Tower.
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