Letters From Tamriel

An epistolary gaming blog

TG Heists & DB Sacraments: update

@Zells - sepia stone - smallAfter writing the post about completing Thieves Guild heists and Dark Brotherhood sacraments, I found a couple more ways to increase movement speed.  In addition to putting them in this post, I’ll also edit the original post, which is here, so all info is in one place.  These two tips are only available to Nightblades, since they involve class abilities.

Shadow Skills: Concealed Weapon – When slotted, this ability increases your movement speed while stealthed or invisible by 22%, more if you buy the passive increases.  So if you have this morph (Veiled Strike is the base ability), make sure your heist weapon bar includes it as well as Shadow Cloak when you set up for the run.

Shadow Skill: Path of Darkness – This one’s a little complicated, and may not be worth the effort to many.  PoD creates a “corridor of shadows” (or a cone, in a morph) that does AoE damage to enemies, and increases the caster’s movement speed for 30% while in the AoE and for 2 seconds after leaving it.  If you’re in a straight-away during a heist/sacrament, casting this ahead of you will increase your speed in that hallway, at the risk of aggro’ing any enemy that might get caught in the AoE.  There are a couple of places I can think of where it might be helpful despite that limitation – most notably in the DB sacraments that have long, straight runs to get to the exit.  Might help you beat that ticking clock.

And as a side-note: I mentioned in that last post that I never bothered to do the Underground Sepulcher heist because it was too hard.  That very night when I logged in to run my dailies, US was the heist, and I immediately got stubborn about it.  “You JUST said the heists were do-able if you practiced and took the time to learn the route!  So learn the damn route already!”  It took me a dozen tries to get through it, but I did.  Ha!  I still have never gotten through it on the first try, but I can always complete it now, with some patience.  You totally can, too. 🙂


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