- The young of most creatures are cute, even adorable. That's … not really true of the Larval Yaghra. If you have one of these following you, you're either telling the world you don't give a Daedric damn what they think, or you're a Sea Sload in disguise.
- Summerset's Salamanders are amphibians that, when threatened, defend themselves with an impressive array of elemental powers. The bright orange Lava Line on this breed is an indicator of its reliance on natural Flame magic.
- This wolf's experiences with Dragons surpasses that of many Dragon Hunters. And it has chosen to be at your side! An excellent match, indeed.
- Striking scarlet hues mark this ancestor lizard, which some claim are the ancestors of the Bright-Throats. While this hospitality-minded tribe remains silent on this claim, these lizards are known to comfort the pain of others by nuzzling them.
- Though shy, this orange and black creature fiercely defends its den, which builders of Fort Linchal noted in their records. They tamed those they displaced during construction, then took them home to the Imperial City, to the delight of many a noble.
- Add this cute bat to your menagerie. Not only does it eat pesky bugs, but it'll keep you company on your adventures!
The Long-Winged Bat was distributed to those who watched the announcement stream on Twitch for The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor. Its default name is "Squeaks".
- As savage as Welwas are, history indicates that every pastoral society in Craglorn's long history—Nedes, Yokudans, Goblins, and Orcs—has domesticated them at some point. They may be ugly, but they sure are loyal.
The Loyal Dwarven Sphere was given as a loyalty reward for six months paid subscription. It alternates between following you in its sphere form and in its upright form. When you crouch, it rolls up into its sphere form. Its default name is "Gyro".
- "The forces of Nocturnal's attempted invasion of the Colored Rooms were inadvertently accompanied by some Evergloam Daedrats, which afterward were rounded up, Lustrated for purification, and then banished to Nirn" — Sapiarch Galaadil