Horses • Felines • Guar • Bears • Camels • Wolves • Other
- 1 Deer
- 2 Dwarven Spiders
- 3 Kagouti
- 4 Nix-Oxen
- 5 Other
- These magical creatures have a special relationship to Y'ffre the nature god, and seem to draw strength from the very bones of the earth beneath their hooves. It's a privilege for a mortal rider to be borne by such an enchanted beast.
The Dawnwood Indrik is a mount datamined in Patch 4.0.2 that has yet to be available. It was briefly seen being ridden by a player in the ESO Summerset Gameplay Trailer. Its default name is "Sparkle".
Eerie Elk of Dread
- Is this ghostly Elk an antlered mount from the spirit world, or is it a sending from Lord Hircine's Oblivion plane of the Hunting Grounds? It seems solid enough, and doesn't disappear in broad daylight, so it must be more than just a haunt!
The Eerie Elk of Dread is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Spook-Antlers".
Great Dark Stag
- The Great Dark Stag is one of the five Aspects of Hircine, invoked as Uricanbeg, "whose hooves drum the Blood Summons." Riding Skill does not affect this mount's appearance.
The Great Dark Stag is was available from the Crown Store for 4,000 for one day, for fatal Fredas. Unlike other mounts, it has no visual upgrades for Riding Skill. Its default nickname is "Get of Uricanbeg"
- Though the Reachmen of Markarth say they were the first to successfully domesticate the Great Elk of Skyrim and break them as mounts, the Nords of Haafingar say it was really all their idea. Riding Skill does not affect this mount's appearance.
- The Luminous Indrik seems to radiate the same soft aetherial glow as the stars in the heavens, but steady and nearby rather than flickering and remote. It's reassuring, somehow.
The Luminous Indrik is a mount datamined in Patch 4.0.2 that is yet to be available. Its default name is "Starglow".
- As an incarnate nature spirit, an Indrik first appears in its comparatively drab Nascent form before somehow differentiating into one of their more splendid variations.
The Nascent Indrik is is traditionally found roaming the isle of Summerset, Indriks are especially powerful magical creatures, and they can provide a challenge for even the most experienced adventurers. While it is possible to hunt them in the wild, it is possible to acquire one as a mount. In order to acquire the Nascent Indrik mount, players must take part in four in-game events and collect four magical feathers, with a different one available for each specific event in 2018. See the main page for full details. Its default nickname is "Quiescence"
The Onyx Indrik is a mount datamined in Patch 4.2.0 that has yet to be available. Its default name is "(?)".
The Pure-Snow Indrik is a mount datamined in Patch 4.2.0 that has yet to be available. Its default name is "(?)".
Dwarven Spiders' "wings" oscillate rapidly, followed by a red light appearing on their head.
Chroma-Blue Dwarven Spider
- Rarest of all Dwarven Spider vamidiums are those powered by gems that emit a gold blue light, said to reflected the frigid stolen soul of the Dwemer engineer trapped within it.
The Chroma-Blue Dwarven Spider Mount was available for a limited time in the Crown Store for 4,000 . It can rise up on its hind legs and turn on a red light, releasing a large blast of (harmless) lightning on the ground. Its default name is "Blinkums".
- Of all the Dwemer animunculi, the Dwarven Spider is perhaps the most familiar and iconic! This versatile construct comes in several variations, and it should come as no surprise that one of them is a vamidium, or mechanical mount. Clankin'!
The Dwarven Spider Mount was available for a limited time in the Crown Store for 3,000 . It can rise up on its hind legs and turn on a red light. Its default name is "Skitters".
Ebon Steel Dwarven Spider
- Though Dwarven Metal was usually employed in building Spider constructs, for reasons unknown some rare variants were built with a darker Ebon Steel alloy. When found in working order, these automata are prized by collectors.
The Ebon Steel Dwarven Spider was available for a limited time in the Crown Store for 3,600 , exclusively to ESO Plus subscribers. It can rise up on its hind legs and turn on a red light. Its default name is "Darkwalker".
Infernium Dwarven Spider
- "The Dwarven Spider Mounts from the Infernium Forge are unusual and distinctive, indicating to this Dwemer scholar that they all come from the hand of a single Deep Elf artisan." —Guylaine Marilie
Infernium Dwarven Spider is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Big Emberlegs".
Kagouti can roar, similar to guar.
- The Hearthfire Kagouti appears to be a sort of magical hybrid, a wizard's experimental melding of a carnivorous reptile and a flame atronach. The fact that they were first sighted in the Telvanni Grazelands lends this theory some credence.
The Hearthfire Kagouti is available from the Crown Store for 4,000 for a limited time. Its default name is "Emberscale".
- Domesticating the savage Kagouti to serve as a mount is a recent endeavor, and to be frank, more than a little experimental. Do you have what it takes to stay in the saddle on one of these fierce, bipedal reptiles?
The Kagouti Mount was previously available from the Crown Store for 2,500 . Its default name is "Touti Frouti".
- Wheeled constructs and fabricants do just fine in most regions of the Clockwork City, but for traversing rough synthetic terrain, Seht's Apostles prefer the tough and capable Kagouti Fabricant mount.
The Kagouti Fabricant is available from the Crown Store for 3,000 . Its default name is "Robouti Kagouti".
Nix-Oxen buck their hind legs.
Lustrous Nix-Ox Fabricant Steed
- Before Saints Llothis and Olms had to be confined in the Asylum Sanctorium, they used to ride through the Brass Fortress on holy days on these bizarre Fabricant mounts. But the parades are long gone, and the synthetic steeds have been repurposed.
The Lustrous Nix-Ox Fabricant is a mount available from the Crown Store between May 3rd and May 7th, 2018 for 3,500 . Its default name is "Splendiferous".
Nix-Ox Fabricant Steed
- Programmed for obedience and fabricated for endurance, these synthetic Nix-Ox Steeds are the perfect mounts for ranging out from the Brass Fortress across the dangerous Radius.
The Nix-Ox Fabricant is a mount available from the Crown Store between January 11 and 15th, 2018 for 3,500 crowns. Its default name is "Oily".
- It was the warlike Erabenimsum tribe of Ashlanders who first broke the wild Nix-Oxen of Vvardenfell to domestic use, and an Ashkhan, the legendary Ashu-Ammu, who first rode one into battle.
The Nix-Ox War-Steed is a free mount given to those who owned the Morrowind Chapter during certain promotional periods. It was first given away to Morrowind owners who logged in at any point from November 17 to November 28, 2017. The promotion later returned and lasted from December 22 to December 31, 2017. Its default name is "Thoraxo".
Novelty Stick Dragon
- During the Jester's Festival even the lowliest of commoners can pretend to be a mounted knight with a whimsical Novelty Stick steed. Dragons are popular in the Ebonheart Pact.
Riding Skill does not affect this appearance and speed