Mad Tinkerer is a Set in Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). It is a Light Armor Set that is part of the Clockwork City DLC, and has 4 Bonuses.

Light Armor - Apostle

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Mad Tinkerer

LEVEL 50   CHAMPION 160

(2 items) Adds 833 Spell Critical
(3 items) Adds 833 Spell Critical
(4 items) Adds 129 Spell Damage
(5 items) When you deal damage, you have a 10% chance to summon a Verminous Fabricant that charges the nearest enemy, dealing 12,798 Shock Damage to all enemies in its path, knocking them into the air, and stunning them for 2 seconds. This effect can occur once every 10 seconds.

 

 

 

Mad Tinkerer Set Information

 

Where to find

  • Dropped by enemies within the DLC zone: Clockwork City
  • Completing Daily Quests in the Clockwork city can reward ANY piece of this set, including weapons and jewelry.
  • Delve bosses have a chance to drop a waist or feet set piece from the zone they are located in.
  • Each boss also has a small chance to drop a unique set piece.
  • Overland group bosses have a 100% chance to drop head, chest, legs, or weapon set piece from the zone they are located in.
  • Public dungeon bosses have a chance to drop a shoulder, hand, or weapon set piece from the zone they are located in.
  • Treasure Chests gained from defeating a Dark Anchor have a 100% chance to drop a ring or amulet set piece form the zone they are located in.
  • Treasure chests found in the world have a chance to grant any set piece that can drop in that zone:
    • Simple chests have a slight chance of dropping an item set piece.
    • Intermediate chests have a good chance of dropping an item set piece
    • Advanced and Master chests have a guaranteed chance of dropping an item set piece.
  • If you have the Treasure Hunter Champion Passive, both the above chances and quality of an item will be improved.
  • Treasure chests found from a Treasure Map have a guaranteed chance to drop one random set piece that can drop in that zone.
  • Major quests have been updated to reward a green or blue-quality set piece.
  • Regular monsters throughout Tamriel have a small chance of dropping any item set piece that can drop in that zone.

 

Unique Set Pieces

apostle_light_hand_a Gardening Gloves

  • Type: Gloves
  • Dropped by:  Everwound Wellspring in Clockwork City
  • Enchantments: 
  • Traits: Training

apostle_light_robe_aRaiment of the Initiate

  • Type: Robe
  • Dropped by: Clockwork Basilica, Elegiac Replication in Clockwork City
  • Enchantments: 
  • Traits:  Infused

apostle_light_legs_aRegistrar's Legwrap

  • Type: Breeches
  • Dropped by:  Insalubrious Effluvium, Brass Fortress, The Serviflume, Mechanical Fundament in Clockwork City
  • Enchantments:
  • Traits: Training

 

 

 

Notes

Mad Tinkerer build in action: tested for pvp and pve, with video impressions.

 

 

Pieces

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    • Anonymous

      06 Mar 2019 18:08  

      only downside of this set is the fabricant can take a bad angle in open areas. that being said a little less spell damage and 1k less magicka for this fabricant is a good trade off.( high elf magsorc dps) leaving a pile of adds stunned comes in handy a lot. it was difficult to find. ran both dungeons and had to go buy a few pieces form traders throughout tamriel. i do have the armor and not the jewelry though i have seen 1 ring for sale. did have to spend a little bit but it was worth it. the the damage on the fabricant does work.

      • Anonymous

        Mad Tinkerer Set [ESO Wiki]23 Oct 2018 07:07  

        I’ve looked all over the internet and all over your Clockwork City guides and I still cannot find direct information on how to acquire the Mad Tinkerer’s Epaulets or the Mad Tinkerer’s jewelry. I am hoping you can help me. On this page (and many others that repeat your information), it says that Public Dungeon bosses have a chance to drop shoulder and hand pieces. Yet, the only “dungeons” available in Clockwork City are two Delves and a Trial.
        The Trial does not drop the Mad Tinkerer’s set items according to your page on The Asylum Sanctorium Trial.
        I have read in a few places elsewhere online that the Delves count as Public Dungeons; However, I have repeatedly killed the bosses in both delves and the drops are consistently waist and feet items only, just as you and others say will drop in Delves. I
        t has made me wonder if there is some kind of glitch in ESO with the delve vs. public dungeon drops (if they do indeed overlap as has been suggested), because these bosses just are not dropping shoulder and hand pieces. As for the Mad Tinkerer’s Ring and Amulet, the information you have above says that the treasure chests that appear as rewards for defeating Dark Anchor bosses have a 100% chance to drop rings or amulets, yet Clockwork City does not have any Dark Anchors. This leads me to believe there is no reasonable way to obtain the Mad Tinkerer’s jewelry items. People in the guild stores are selling them, which means they do drop/appear somewhere, but the only two options I can think of —
        1.) the obscure chance a regular overland enemy will drop them (not seen anything of the like happen yet, not with epaulets and jewelry) or
        2.) the equally obscure chance an overland (or treasure map) treasure chest will contain them (also not seen happen yet with epaulets or jewelry) — are not appealilng options.
        If those really are the only two means of obtaining shoulder and jewelry items for the Mad Tinkerer’s Set, what kind of odds are we talking about here? I’ve spent at least 30 hours running around Clockwork City killing enemies of all varieties and looting treasure chests any time I find them, and I have not run across any epaulets, rings, or amulets in the set yet. I just want to make sure I am not looking in all the wrong places. I’d like to be able to concentrate my efforts on doing things that will have a guaranteed payoff at SOME point. I did read somewhere that the Mad Tinkerer’s Set items are given as rewards for completing daily Clockwork City jobs/quests (a possible third option). I’ve completed a handful and while I have obtained some items from the set, epaulets, rings, and amulets were (you guessed it) not among them. Do you know if the daily jobs/quest rewards include all set items (weapons, armor, jewelry, etc.), or just some of them? And if they do reward all of them, what are the odds lower for epaulets or rarer items like jewelry? I have a lot of questions, I know.
        And also a lot of***** luck. So, any help/insight would be appreciated. :-)

        • Anonymous

          04 Apr 2018 17:35  

          I run 5/5 Tinker and 5/5 Necro on a High Elf Sorc and I love this setup. Occasionally the Fabricant goes off in the wrong direction, but in tight Delves and Dungeons when this procs it mows everything over.

          • Anonymous

            24 Nov 2017 10:49  

            Anyone confirmed the 10I damage on the set? I sure didn't notice it and the clanfear gets caught on everything...

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