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- The Galvanic Storm Steed fuses the power of a Storm Atronach from Oblivion with the bloodline of the Yokudan Chargers, the famous war horses of the Redguards, to create an incomparable mount.
- Though in coloration the Glenumbra Border Wolf resembles certain Breton dog breeds, this sturdy and stoic mount is no dog, and will carry a High Rock courier for leagues through dark night and heavy weather.
- The uncanny Gloam Wolf hails from the Oblivion plane of the Daedric Prince Nocturnal. Sometimes, the Night Mistress will reward a loyal Tamrielic worshiper with a Gloam Wolf Mount sent permanently to Nirn.
The Gloam Wolf was available from the Crown Store for ? during ESO's 2019 Anniversary Jubilee, from April 25 through May 9 as a Crown Gem exclusive. It resembles a Gloam Wolf, which serves the Daedric Prince Nocturnal. Its default name is "Blackshadow".
- "A fellow named Rigurt requested a 'fortuitudinous' bear mount that 'shines up the face' of a friend. My glowing Gloomspore Bears, with their mora tapinella infusion, barrel through enemies to get a rider to safety. 'Fortuitudinous' galore."—Mage Naleldi
- "A scholar sought a mount that would assume her burdens, so I gave her a Gloomspore Camel. Using scaly pholiota in its creation makes it less likely to complain at any weight it bears, plus gives it a bounce to its step."—Mage Naleldil
- "A Dunmer mage came by, shaking with rage, and tersely asked for my toughest mount. Though my Gloomspore Guars are a bit nippy, probably due to the extra bleeding crown I used to make them, they have thick fungal hide."—Mage Naleldil
- "Using giant lichen while creating Gloomspore Horses caused unexpected results. Dauntingly beautiful, these mounts often twitch with nervous caution. So you'll never have to worry about an ambush. Just hold on tight!"—Mage Naleldil
- "When developing my Gloomspore Senche, I utilized thunder fungi—a remarkable mushroom that erupts into spores with a deafening boom! I thought it only fitting to mix one roar with another."—Mage Naleldil
- "Using hypha facia while creating my Gloomspore Wolves made for some eerie fungal mounts—perfect for anyone who wants to keep others at a distance. Their howls make my own skin prickle."—Mage Naleldil
- "These Glowgill Guar mounts come from a coastal tribe over near Archon. Handsome, are they not? I've been told they can breathe underwater through those gills, though personally, I have never tested this." —Ukaspa, Stablemaster of Lilmoth
The Glowgill Guar was given away as a Daily Reward in December 2018. Its default name is "Swimmer".
- A crossbreed of banded and wild guar, as fearsome as it is intelligent and difficult to control.
- The Isle of Gorne off the east coast of Morrowind is home to many strange creatures found nowhere else in Tamriel. One of these is the giant Striped Wolf, packs of which terrorized the island's settlers till they were suppressed in the Troubled House Hunt.
- After spending many years in a Vrin-Thak adeptorium, this powerful Senche-raht decided it was time to work with someone who regularly goes toward danger. She prefers to learn by watching, however.
The Goutfang Senche-raht was available in the Crown Store as a Crown Gem exclusive for 500 , from October 10 through 24, 2019. Her default name is "Daibayda".
- Though some claim these horses are bred purely for show, the Grand Nibenese Stallion serves as more than just a good luck charm in Leyawiin. They possess a keen intelligence and even temperament—maintaining their composure, even on crowded streets.
The Grand Nibenese Stallion is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Jewel".
- In honor of a fallen Warden, a Wayrest blacksmith continues to breed and sell these bears as mounts today. If you happen to notice a Warden watching you as you ride this steed, consider thanking her. She may be the fallen Warden's shade!
- "You need more than colorful barding to harness one of these bears—a splash of blood freed by Neb-Crescen and a teardrop from a watcher's eye might bind one to your cause. Might. Otherwise, stand clear. You won't survive their hugs."—Mother Regrets
The Grinning Terror Bear is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Romp".
- "Croon to this guar, describing recent murder sprees, and you might win a place at this guar's side. Or capture its attention by emulating loud bodily functions. Either delights this creature."—Mother Regrets
The Grinning Terror Guar is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Caper".
- "This lithe feline possesses the quiet madness of a clever assassin, making it a harmonious steed for those methodically ending the lives of others. Even better—mine sometimes brings gifts of mangled Mer. Perhaps you'll be so lucky?"—Mother Regrets
The Grinning Terror Senche is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Frolic".
- "I can't pick a favorite from the Grinning Terrors, but this ominous horse kissed by madness appeals to me on a visceral level. Perhaps because they enjoy spreading the viscera of unwelcome riders about with their hooves."—Mother Regrets
The Grinning Terror Steed is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Lark".
- "This wolf might seem a playful Jester's Festival creature—a performer's beast ready to entertain. But no. Its sharp wit and sharper teeth care not for another's amusement, favoring its own. Only its rider is safe from its joy-nips."—Mother Regrets
The Grinning Terror Wolf is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Cavort".
- The Great Dark Stag is one of the five Aspects of Hircine, invoked as Uricanbeg, "whose hooves drum the Blood Summons."
The Great Dark Stag is available from the Crown Store for 4,000 for just one day, for fatal Fredas, every Friday the 13th. It's added that day, and removed on the next one. Its default name is "Get of Uricanbeg". Unlike other mounts, it has no visual upgrades for Riding Skill.
- 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.
A Great Elk mount was available from the Crown Store for 4,500 . It returned to the store in 2021, where it was offered from April 29 to May 6. ESO Plus members were able to purchase it at a discounted ? . Its default name is "Chandelier". Its appearance is not affected by Riding Skill upgrades.
- The robust Green Narsis is the standard mount and dray-beast of central Morrowind.
The Green Narsis Guar is a green guar mount that came with the 2015 "Black Fredas Special!" bundle in the Crown Store for 1,900 . It can also be found in Dwarven Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Narsty".
- The Psijic monk who created the spell for conjuring the spirit of a Psijic Senche Exemplar back into the world of the living as a tangible Ghost Cat was a Wood Elf—which probably explains why it manifests as an Y'frren spirit of the Green.
- Make an entrance with this mummified mount! With its ancient wrappings and hallowed barding, this ghastly horse adds the perfect touch of eeriness to any spooky procession or gathering.
- "Some dryskins ask, 'Since a Guar is already a swamp reptile mount, why create Lizard-Steeds shaped like Guar? Isn't that somewhat redundant?' These dryskins are unusually perceptive!" —Ukaspa of Lilmoth
- The envy of treasure-seekers throughout Tamriel, this sure-footed steed serves as both a sturdy companion and an enduring reminder of what fellowship and camaraderie can achieve. Riding Skill does not affect this mount's appearance.
The Guild's Pride Charger was created for and distributed to members of the guild Goldleaf Acquisitions, who won the Tamriel Together guild contest. Its default name is "Goldleaf". Riding Skill does not affect this mount's appearance.