The Elder Scrolls: Legends Chaos Arena promo artwork

If you enjoy a bit of craziness with your card games, and you've somehow managed to miss the previous Chaos Arena event, you'll be glad to hear that Sheogorath will be making a second visit to The Elder Scrolls: Legends this Friday, January 20th. Unfortunately the Chaos Arena event will only last for a couple of days, or until January 23rd to be specific, so make sure to get the most out of it.

And for those of you wondering what the Chaos Arena event even is, its basically the Arena with a whole bunch of new and completely ridiculous scenarios, as well as a couple of rather interesting new lane conditions. If you're interested in the specifics, here's what Sheogorath has planned for this Friday:

Current Scenarios for PvE

Duel – Both players start with a 2/1 Gladiator in opposite lanes

Shields Up – Both players start with 0/4 Guards in opposite lanes

All Out Brawl – Both players start with Broken Bottle, which strikes a random enemy for 1 damage at the start of your turn

New Scenarios for Chaos Arena

Hero’s Call – Before the game, shuffle three unique creatures into each player’s deck

Your Own Worst Enemy – Players switch decks at the start of the game

Sheogorath’s Game – Both players start with Wabbajack

On a Roll – Players start with a Sweet Roll in each lane

Power Unleashed – Players start with 3 additional magicka

To the Death! – Player one starts with a Gladiator Arena in play

Spawning Pool – Both players start with a Slaughterfish in different lanes

Current Lane Conditions

Mage Tower – After you play an action, summon a random creature in this lane with the same cost

Renewal – Creatures in this lane have Regenerate

Siege – Creatures in this lane have Breakthrough

Killing Field – Creatures in this lane have +1/+0

Fountain – Creatures summoned to this lane that have 2 power or less gain a Ward

Library – While you have a creature in this lane, actions cost 1 less

Campfire – When you summon a creature in this lane, friendly creatures gain its keywords

Barracks – When you summon a creature with 4 or more power in this lane, draw a card

King of the Hill – Whenever a creature with cost 5 or greater is summoned in this lane, give it Guard

Blitz – All creatures in this lane lose Guard

Ballista Tower – At the start of your turn, if you have the most creatures in this lane, deal 2 damage to the opponent

Hall of Mirrors – If there are no friendly creatures in this lane when you summon one, copy it

Temple – When you summon a creature in this lane, gain 1 health

Lucky – Creatures summoned in this lane gain a random keyword

Fortifications – Guards in this lane have +1/+1

Warzone – When you summon a creature in this lane, deal 1 damage to your opponent

Graveyard – When a non-Skeleton creature in this lane is destroyed, summon a 1/1 Skeleton

Surplus – When you summon a creature in this lane, reduce the cost of a random card in your hand by 1

New Lane Conditions for Chaos Arena

Zoo – When you summon a creature in this lane, transform it into a random animal

Flanking Lane – When a creature is summoned in this lane, give friendly creatures in the other lane +1/+0

While all of the new modifiers may be completely crazy, it is worth noting that the win conditions and rewards are exactly the same as before. In other words, if you manage to lose three games you're out, so make sure to take all of this craziness slightly seriously!

Besides the Chaos Arena event there will also be a bunch of promotional cards you can collect, aptly titled as the Madhouse Collection. As expected, you can grab these with either Gold or actual money in the in-game store. If you're interested in learning more, or just downloading The Elder Scrolls: Legends to try it out for the first time, you should head over to the official website.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Chaos Arena event gameplay