Call of the Undertaker
Call of the Undertaker is a Heavy, Overland Armor Set in ESO.
|Call of the Undertaker|
|2 items: Adds 4% Healing Taken |
3 items: Adds 1206 Maximum Health
4 items: Adds 4% Healing Done
5 items: Adds 1206 Maximum Health
5 items: When you deal damage, you apply Minor Lifesteal to your enemy for 8 seconds, healing you and your allies for 600 Health every 1 second when damaging them.
- Type: Heavy Armor Set
- Location: Northern Elsweyr
- DLC: Elsweyr
- Style: Anequina
Call of the Undertaker Set Description
The Set is available as an Overland Drop in the Elsweyr zone. To gain access to the zone you must own the Elsweyr DLC. The Set’s bonuses boost your Maximum Health, Healing Taken and Healing Done. Its fifth piece bonus adds Maximum Health and applies Minor Lifesteal to your enemy when you deal damage, healing you and your allies when damaging them. Although the Set offers some benefits to your group, its main effect can be achieved with the use of an appropriate skill in-game. Thus, Call of the Undertaker is not the best Tank Set option.
Where to Farm
Overland Sets pieces drop from different enemies:
- Delve Bosses have a chance to drop a waist or feet piece.
- Overland World Bosses will always drop a Head, Chest, Legs or Weapon Piece.
- Public Dungeon Bosses have a chance to drop a Shoulders, Hand or Weapon piece.
- Dolmen Chests will always drop a Ring or Necklace. There are no Dolmens in the Elsweyr zone so you can only get Jewelry for this Set from Treasure chests, Dragons and Psijic Portals.
- Treasure Chests and Psijic Portals have a chance to drop any piece.
These are a few Builds that can use effectively this Set:
- Arcanist Tank Build – Kthanid
- Sorcerer Tank Build – Guardian
- Necromancer Tank Build – Goliath
- Nightblade Tank Build – Defender
- Warden Tank Build – Protector
- Dragonknight Tank Build – Dragonborn
- Templar Tank Build – Lifegiver
- Werewolf Tank Build – Sentinel