If you are an old player of The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim, your role in the game is not only the hero saving the world, but also the loss of all the associations. Bethesda has revealed that players will be able to compete to become Emperor of Cyrodil in the Elder Scrolls online, with perks being awarded to the lucky individual that achieves it. "Players who become Emperor will get a full skill line that they keep throughout the rest of their lives in the Elder Scrolls online," Sage explained. "It won't be easy to become emperor, but we think people will be glad they worked for it."
Then how to become an emperor in The Elder Scrolls Online? And what benefits it can bring to you? Through information getting from elderscrolls4gold.com, game director Paul Sage said that the Emperor in the game is as the same as real life, he or she also needs to fight everywhere. Actions you perform there will earn your Alliance points, including but not limited to killing other players, healing friends and conquering keeps. While these acts will also earn you the standard experience points and loot, it's the Alliance points that matter for anyone hoping to become emperor.
When you capture enough keeps, you'll be given bonuses (the elder scrolls gold) and dilations to your dominion. These will stick until your alliance conquers all the keeps around the Imperial City, at which stage the individual with the most points will be crowned Emperor and unlock further bonuses for those who've worked with him or her to achieve dominance.
In other words, when you're ineluctably deposed your abilities may be slightly less valid. But you'll still be one of the few to have access to them. Unfortunately it doesn't seem like you're going to be able to reach the same political lofty heights by pursuing PvE activities so, if you're committed to becoming emperor, you're going to have to bite the bullet and enter the fray.