Following the introduction to the history of Systres archipelago, the developers of MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online have shared a new blog post to introduce the community to an important player to the events of High Isle chapter in the year-long adventure Legacy of Bretons.
Soldier, spy, and all-around problem-solver, the enigmatic Lady Arabelle has held many titles in her lifetime. Born into a noble household, she ran away from home at the age of fifteen and joined a mercenary group. Eventually, her success as a soldier led her to the Lion Guard, where she earned the rank of captain and commanded a premier squad. King Emeric of Wayrest first took notice of Arabelle at this time, and later, as High King of the Daggerfall Covenant, recruited her into his exclusive spy network, the Daggers.
When she turned fifty, she retired from Emeric’s service and became a lady of leisure, traveling the world as a gadabout and tourist. However, it is believed that Lady Arabelle Davaux discretely continues to use her various skills to protect the people of Tamriel.
Additionally, the developers have shared Update 34, bringing in a wealth of base-game improvements, fixes, and additions free for all ESO players. You can find more about it here.
The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle arrives for PC/Mac and Stadia on June 6, and for Xbox and PlayStation consoles on June 21.