- Nimble and fleet, this fawn sticks to your side like you're its mother. Cute? Oh yes. Those eyes! That nose! Those spots!
- When spring comes to the sun-dappled forests of southern Wrothgar, Echatere babies are sometimes born with temporary spotted camouflage that fades as the Echalette matures. It's pretty while it lasts.
The Fawn Echalette is available from the Crown Store for 700 . It first became available on September 13, 2018. Its default name is "Li'l Tusky".
- A native of Hammerfell, the Fennec Fox has been domesticated by many of its desert peoples, and makes an alert and loyal pet.
The Fennec Fox was available from the Crown Store for 700 from (?) to September 1, 2016. It is also available as an Epic-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates. Its default name is "Li'l Vixen", although it originally had no default name.
- Who doesn't want to be followed around by a hulking, armored Daedric bug with steel mandibles and a venomous stinger? It eats nothing but the cries and lamentations of your enemies, so it's an easy keeper. Friendly, too—in its way.
- In the Clockwork City, mechanical Firepot Spiders can be programmed to follow chefs around like little walking barbecues. Someone has devised a secret method for exporting them from Sotha Sil's hidden world— but how? Better get one while you still can.
The Firepet Spider was available from the Crown Store for 1,000 from August 9 to August 13, 2018. It is also available as a Legendary-level reward in the Xanmeer Crown Crates. Its default name is "Rotisserie".
- Dramatic coloration marks this gryphon as one originally bred by Khajiit in Elsweyr. Due to some "incidents," the unfortunate breeders sold their stock, making them available to fine folk such as you!
- Summoned from the Infernace plane of Oblivion, this Flame Atronach variant is given the form of a charming little bear cub. Good for warming hearts and hands alike!
- "Though smaller than its mount counterpart," wrote arch-conjurer Corvus Direnni, "it's necessary to take all precautions when handling the Flame Atronach Pack Wolf. I've found their curiosity insatiable, especially when near flammable objects."
The Flame Atronach Pack Wolf was given out to players who watched Bethesda's QuakeCon Keynote livestream on Twitch on August 10, 2018. Its default name is "Flameprancer".
- Due to the unusually tame nature of the Flame Atronach Pocket Horse, it has a long tradition of being the companion of younger members of the Direnni clan. It's a good introduction to Daedric summoning for any budding conjurer.
The Flame Atronach Pocket Horse was available on all platforms as a Twitch drop for watching QuakeCon in August of 2020. It was also given out as a Twitch drop for watching the Blackwood Chapter Preview Event on March 31, 2021 at 3 PM EDT. Its default name is "Embermane".
- This Flame Atronach compelled to take the form of a small guar makes for a great traveling companion, especially in colder climates. It's best to only summon your newfound friend when outdoors, as their mischievous natures might lead to accidents.
|The Flame Atronach Pony Guar is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Blazebuddy".|
- The first summoner of this fiery kitten was attempting to compel the Daedra into the form of a full-grown Senche-Jaguar. Though initially embarrassed by her mistake, she nonetheless grew an attachment to this far more adorable form.
The Flame Atronach Senche-Jaguar was given to players who watched the ESO Panel at QuakeCon live on Twitch on July 27, 2019. Its default name is "Inferno Kitten".
- All the large Salamanders of southern Tamriel have elemental powers, but some specialize in particular forces; the Flame Skin breed, for example, almost ripples with fire.
- Like the Purple Daggerback, the breed of Flameback Boars clearly had some kind of brush with the uncanny that imbued them with magical aspects. Regular boars just don't have crimson glowing eyes and flame-colored bristle crests down their backs.
- Though eventually it will grow into a massive beast with a vast wingspan, a Fledgling Gryphon is just the right size for a companion creature, and its juvenile antics are hilarious!
The Fledgling Gryphon is included with the Summerset Collector's Edition. Its default name is "Beaky".
- Taming even a young terror bird requires patience, full-coverage armor, and even more patience. The result, however, can put pause to any seeking to cast you in the role of victim. Plus these fledglings cuddle so nicely while making cute sleeping noises!
The Fledgling Terror Bird is an upcoming pet. Its default name is "Cuddlemonster".
- Unlike most Gryphons, which catch live prey, the Vulture Gryphons subsist primarily on carrion. But they're still majestic, and their young Fledglings still make adorable pets!
- These mysterious green-glowing Brassilisks have been showing up in the environment outside the Brass Fortress. Some Clockwork Apostles suspect there's a rogue Incarnatorium assembling them somewhere out in the Radius.
The Foxbat Brassilisk was available from the Crown Store exclusively on Xbox for free between November 7 and December 31, 2017. Its default name is "Brassbones". The pet's green coloring is a reference to the Xbox's color scheme.
The Freckled Guar was available from the Crown Store for 700 from March 3, 2016 to June 3, 2017. It is also available as a Superior-level reward in Flame Atronach Crown Crates. Its default name is "S'wit".
- This lambent little larva loves crawling alongside valorous adventurers!
The Frisky Scrib is a black and blue scrib pet that was given to PS4 players who pre-ordered Morrowind through the PlayStation Store. It is notable for being the first platform-exclusive item since ESO released on consoles. Its default name is "Larvie".
- You needn't know Conjuration magic to have an atronach companion—Clan Direnni mages have gifted bear cubs of that provenance to those they deem worthy. They can be oddly heart-warming despite their frosty form.
- A frost atronach in kagouti calf form, this companion embodies the essence of Vvardenfell's wilds in an icy way, making it an interesting choice for heroes seeking to stop threats in that region. Native Dark Elves might look askance at you, however.
- Are ponies too adorable for you? Fear not! This pony takes adorable, freezes it, and adds a hefty helping of "don't even think about petting my nose." A welcome companion to those who hate the heat, as well!
- Some would choose to pass on a senche cub that has sharp edges and no fur. But not you! In fact, you can look forward to its cooling nudges for attention while trudging through deserts.
- This pup isn't one for simple games of fetch, but it will follow you loyally through your adventures. That and its ability to chill your water simply by curling around it? Practical and cute, in its own frosty way.
- Some claim that this indrik comes into being when the first rays of the sun hit pristine snow. Whether that's true or not, it can help you make an impression as you wander the streets of Alinor or venture beyond that.
- Nords who follow the tradition of hanging Frostbane totems and talismans on their beasts to protect them from Skyrim's bitter cold often do it even when the animals are still young, to get them used to the idea.
- The hardy ponies of the frozen north look even shaggier when they're decorated with Frostbane hair-knots and ancient Nord totems. Whether the talismans keep the cold away is impossible to tell, but it's certain these ponies never lose their good cheer.
- Though the reptilian Guar are native to the warmer climates south of Skyrim, the compact Pony Guar have long been popular pets among the aristocracy of Riften. Traditional Nords like to dress them in the Frostbane garb used on more local animals.
- In "The Tail of Ysgramor's Cat," the Harbinger's Sabre Cat hunting companion is described as being festooned with Atmoran Frostbane talismans, and some tradition-loving modern Nords still decorate their Sabre Cats in the same manner.
- To accustom their Frostbane Wolves to the click-clacking of dangling talismans and totems, the ancient Nords began dressing their companion wolves in Frostbane garb from an early age.
- "Though I lost many trained frostbite spiders to those who took them for an aggressive infestation of Solitude, I moved outside town and now give them away. They are trained, venomous, and ready to follow you in your travels!"—Hlokela of Solitude
- "This devious little creature will drop the ambient temperature considerably when summoned. And mind your fingers—the little monster likes nothing better than to freeze them, break them off, and pop them into its mouth!"—Divayth Fyr