Treasure Maps in ESO (Elder Scrolls Online) are obtained via random drops and reveal the location of special loot and stashes in all areas of the game. Treasure maps must be in your inventory and you must travel to the location listed and dig the mound. The map will be consumed when used.
- The following champion skills affect treasure map drops: Treasure Hunter, Fortune's Favor
- The Mirri's Expertise perk from Companion Mirri Elendis allows you to find additional loot from treasure map chests
- Treasure maps can contain antiquity leads, crafting materials, motifs and sets.
To obtain the secret loot, you must:
- Have the map in your inventory
- Find the specific location of the stash
- Consume the map to "dig" the treasure.
ESO Treasure Maps
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you know some of the treasure maps are easy to know the locatin of if theres water or something easy to tell the place but some maps look like that could be everywhere and its just bad to even try to find it on your own
"Consume the map to "dig" the treasure." Of *****ing course. I threw the maps away because I thought, "Hey, I'll just look online for it, boom." Nope, gotta waste inventory space with all the maps the game*****s on me. I looked at another page (can't remember if it was this wiki, another, or some random page) but it didn't say you needed to keep the map and "consume" it.
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