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This page catalogs the various item descriptions from the Crown Store Showcase  series found on elderscrollsonline.com

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Adorable Assassin
Knock 'em dead with this casual hairstyle popularized by the Dark Elf assassins of Morrowind. You'll look nonchalant and deadly regardless of your background.
Barbarian Warrior Pack
A barbaric bundle that includes a Warrior Topknot, Beard, Warpaint, Piercings, and a Leather Brow Band. Back off, you civilized sweetrolls—Barbarian Warrior coming through!
Barbaric Beauty Pack
This wild cosmetic bundle includes Windblown Hair, the Wire Half-Mask, Eye-Briar Gemmed Tattoo, Dangling Earrings, and Dark Emphasis Eyelashes. Savage!
Brigand's Beard
Proudly masculine facial hair, the Brigand's Beard projects authority, power, and a devil-may-care attitude. And it'll keep your chin and upper lip warm as the weather starts to turn cold.
Climbing Briar Face Tattoo
The Climbing Briar's twisting shoots symbolize your indomitable life force, while its thorns proclaim that you're willing and able to defend yourself against all adversaries. And it's stylish into the bargain!
Cosmetic Pack: Face Markings
The first thing they notice about you is your face, and it's the last thing they forget. Now, for one price, you can have full access to the broad selection of tattoos and face markings in the character creator of the base game.
Crest with Pony Braid
This topknot crest descending into a triple-wrapped braided ponytail is both warlike and practical, and is often worn by those soldiers who worship Alkosh, the Dragon-Cat.
Dragonfly Wing Lashes
Here's a touch of bright and exotic iridescence that will draw all eyes to your eyes, for a lash adornment that's pure magicka. This will bring them up close and personal.
Fine Upstanding Spines
Do you want to stand out from the crowd down at the mud-wallow? Erect the spines of high fashion! And add in a couple of upturned petite nose horns to seal the deal. Xuth!
Golden Brow Wing
A golden wing on the forehead bespeaks an Argonian who looks up from the mud to behold the sky. The Lizard-Folk of Black Marsh don't worship the Nord goddess Kyne, but they do recognize and revere the power of the wind and the rain.
Goldenwing Circlet
A circlet of beaten gold influenced by the winged chevrons worn by the Nord priesthood of Kyne. Nords call themselves the "Sons and Daughters of Kyne," but she's also closely identified with Kynareth of the Bretons and Imperials and Khenarthi of the Khajiit.
Head Horns Aplenty
You could put horns on top of your head, but everybody does that—only the truly original would think to put them on their chin!
Horned Brow Plate
Feeling Daedric? Get Oblivious with the Horned Brow Plate—now with faux rivets! Not even Dremora have those on their heads.
Lizard Rhinoceros Head Adornment
Attention Argonians! Even more legendary than the unicorn is that imaginary two-horned beast called the "rhinoceros." Live the legend with Lizard Rhinoceros horns!
Long Elven Braid
There's always been a lot of cultural interchange between the Wood Elves and the Catfolk, and it even shows up in their hairstyles, as in the popular Long Elven Braid style. It's like having three extra tails!
Long Foregathered Mane
Are you a Khajiit who wants to express your inner feline dignity? This Cat-Folk warriors' favorite consists of a handsome long mane, gathered in three places by turquoise-studded pewter clasps. Fierce, but not too informal!
Long Patriarch Beard
Admit it: you want respect, even if you haven't earned it. A long beard curled with the wisdom of years confers authority on any face, regardless of age.
Long Wild Locks Hair
If you think you're a poet, then others will know it—when you wear the Long Wild Locks. Who's got the hair that drives 'em wild when playing tavern bard at the inn? You do, Skald-King.
Multi-Spined Skull Crest
Here's one with attitude: this menacing look is a favorite of surly teen-aged Argonians in the more unsavory parts of Gideon.
Prize-Hunter’s Patch Had your eye on the prize a bit too much, eh? Well, cover up that wound with this stylish patch.
Ragged Royal Page
Bangs with ear-length sides is the hallmark hairstyle of Royal Pages across Tamriel. This variant is a little wilder, for a page with rage.
Sabre Cat Ear Spike
Though Sabre Cats aren't native to Black Marsh, Argonians have long admired their fangs, importing them to serve as adornments. (And as they lack external ears, the Lizard-Folks' use of the term can be confusing!)
Sabre Cat Ear-Fang
The sabre-teeth of northern Tamriel's great hunting cats make truly imposing earrings! These are often worn by hunters as a boast that they're "sharp of hearing."
Sailor's Squid Goatee
The double-waxed "Squid Goatee" is a favorite of the dapper sailors of Tamriel's southern coasts, where tentacle-beards never go out of style. So nautical!
Short-Spiked Crest
No feathers or frilly spines for you: you're a lizard who means serious business, and you want others to know it. Here's how. If you've always wanted to look like the teeth of a circular saw were erupting from your cranium, then this is the style for you.
Sidelong Sweep
Nord sea raiders from the coasts of Skyrim first popularized this style, a visible demonstration of its wearer's commitment to going all-in. Not for the cautious.
Subtle Dark Lashes
A little understatement can do wonders. When you want to emphasize your lovely eyes without going overboard on something like exotic or stage makeup, Subtle Dark Lashes are just the right touch.
The Casual Rascal
Everyone knows somebody who wears this head of hair: they may lead you into mischief, but you know you'll have a good time. Now you, too, can be the group's Bad Influence.
The Heroic Poet
Oh, you romantic devil, tossing off quatrains and epigrams as you charge into battle to defend the underdog! I'm talking to you, burgeoning bards of Tamriel: you know who you are, and this is your hair!
The Standing Wave
Do you stand tall and proud, adventurer? Then so should your hair! Add an extra foot to your height with The Standing Wave, the hairdo that's sweeping the Fighters Guild.
The Tousled Bard
What could be more romantic than a singing poet—especially with artfully-mussed tousled hair? They'll be begging you to bear them off to Mara's altar.
Tousled Temple Tufts
Hey, kitten, what's sexier than that just-got-out-of-bed look … on tufts of hair in front of your ears? Nothing, that's what. (Assuming you're a Khajiit, of course.)
Warrior-Poet Skull Tattoo 'Colorful and intimidating. Truly, these markings bring the fire of the warrior-poet to your spirit as well as to your face.'—Artist-Adept Aimira
Wavy Triple Braided Updo
Inspired by the mesas and buttes of southern Hammerfell, this updo is a striking look for your next semi-formal affair. It's a hairstyle Prince Hew himself would have been proud to wear.

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"Brilliance" Brocade Robes For the Orc who aspires to impress, this season Borzighu of Coldsnap Clothiers offers rich fabrics in subtle shades, accented with gold and steel to convey an indelible image of wealth and power. "It's wholly contemporary and urbane," says Borzighu, "but it still says, 'I have the power of a Clan Chief.'"
"Buoyant Gentility" Ensemble "I've woven some of Lord Vivec's austere elegance into this outfit, my tribute to the Tribune," says Voldsea Arvel. "Soiree tonight in St. Delyn Plaza? In your new 'Buoyant Gentility' garb, you'll be a Vvardenfell vision!"
"Eternity" Tunic with Pants In Orsinium these days, even the busiest tusker likes some flair in his clothing—and nothing says "modern Orc" like a bias-cut-placket tunic from Borzighu at Coldsnap Clothiers. "This outfit," he says, "is one for the ages!"
"Alinor Twilight' Dancing Dress Estinwe the Muse of Shimmerene says, "Evening in Alinor, and starlight glistens from swirling sashes and silver circlets as Elf maidens prance through the time-hallowed steps of the First Founders' Fast Pavane. Say hey!"
"Drifting Sand" Tunic and Sash Sar'aq of Sentinel presents a comfortable, casual linen outfit that's suitable for both town and country. This billowing tunic and breeches ensemble will "flow wherever you go," as the designer puts it. Includes a broad and colorful sash!
"Elder Council" Tunic and Sash Inspired by the majestic and imposing attire of the Imperial Elder Council, this tunic and sash ensemble by Diocletia of Skingrad is suitable for high-profile occasions from the formal to the celebratory. Dress like a Tharn, and show off the proud heritage of the Empire!
"Ever Auridon' Sateen Gown "The clean traditional lines of this gown evoke the wakes of Torinaan's ships when they first discovered Auridon," says designer Estinwe Silkdancer. "Its classic majesty is a reminder that even the lowest-ranked Altmer is still a High Elf."
"Ever Damp" Reed-Fiber Kilt Now you can avoid the embarrassing vexation of dry-scale thigh-chafing with the new "Ever Damp" kilt-of-reeds, available from leading designer Jaxa the Hermit in every Argonian's favorite color: mud-brown! (Though of course you can dye them else-wise, O egg-sibling, should such be your whim.)
"Holiday in Balmora" Outfit "With the growth of Balmora, sport hunting in Morrowind has a new capital," says designer Voldsea Arvel. "Whether you're pursuing nix-oxen or hunting hive golems, dress for the chase in these luscious leathers!"
"Song of the Night" Ensemble A Redguard lady's formal wear, like this ensemble by Sar'aq of Sentinel, is made of light fabric designed to be both beautiful and impressive, a constant reminder of the wearer's heritage and grace. As Sar'aq says, "Glamor is for all of us!"
"Upriver" Striped Sash-Kilt Be the best-dressed lizard in the xanmeer in this striped reed-fiber kilt with over-and-under shoulder sashes! Alternating panels of mud-brown and sandbar say loudly and proudly, "Do you wallow? Kaoc! So do I!"
"Vested Interest" Banquet Garb You'll turn heads when you walk into the banquet hall in this ensemble of shining sateen, topped by a sharply tailored jacquard vest. "Who says casual can't be stylish?" says designer Sar'aq of Sentinel. "Not I!"
Abah's Watch Turban Not even a fez is as cool as a hat shaped like an onion. Now you can feel dapper yet comfortable under the desert sun by donning the Abah's Watch Turban, the head-wrapping of the stylish Hew's Bane guards!
Abah's Watch Turban with Mask It's incognito time: at your next desert soiree, be stylish yet mysterious, intriguing and tantalizing, by combining the Abah's Watch Turban with a feature-concealing mask. No one will ever suspect you're actually crashing the party.
Alliance Rider Hood Wear the Alliance Rider Hood and proudly display your army's bold heraldic symbol, whether it's the Eagle, the Lion, or the Dragon!
Alliance Rider Outfit Wear the Alliance Rider Outfit and proudly display your army's bold heraldic symbol, whether it's the Eagle, the Lion, or the Dragon!
Ancestral Homage Formal Gown "There's nothing wrong with showing some healthy gray skin while paying homage to the Ancestors," says Voldsea Arvel about her stunning new formal gown. "The Ancestors won't mind, and your current incarnation deserves to be seen!"
Ancestral Honor Garments "Praxis mandates fine silk shirtings when attending our weekly Ancestral Homage ceremonies," says designer Estinwe of Shimmerene, "Show pride in your heritage with this shimmering update of a classic, time-tested pattern."
Ancient Sites Explorer Some scholars study the ancient history of Tamriel from libraries and archives, but the more active investigators do their studies in the field, exploring ancient ruins that are often both dirty and deadly dangerous.
Arvel's Ashland Attire Though it also looks superb in a Great House drawing room, the outer layers of the Voldsea Arvel's Ashland Attire ensemble are of tightly-woven kresh fiber that just sheds ash and soot, so you can look like a lord even in an ash storm!
Ashlander Pack So you'd rather be a wandering Ashlander than one of those stuffy Great House Dunmer? The costumes in this pack replicate the garb of the nomadic Ashlander tribes of Morrowind, including the travel and hunting clothes of the Mabrigash tribe, and the armor of the Kagesh. May the Good Daedra watch over you!
Auroran Knight Aurorans are idealized humanoid Daedra mainly in the service of Meridia, the Lady of Infinite Energies. Their armor usually appears golden in tone, but since they come from the Colored Rooms, they could be of any hue.
Bonding Rite Vestment For the Argonian tribes that follow the custom, the Bonding Rite is a significant ceremony that requires appropriately gaudy attire to mark its importance. Suitable for weddings and all celebrations of affection and friendship—even if that’s just knocking back some theilul at the local inn!
Breton Hero This costume pays tribute to a legendary Breton hero of the Daggerfall Covenant. Now you can honor this nameless rogue by adopting his intimidating outfit.
Breton Hero Armor This costume pays tribute to a legendary Breton hero of the Daggerfall Covenant, one who fought in Cyrodiil to uphold the ancient ideals of the Second Empire. Now you can honor this nameless rogue by adopting his intimidating outfit.
Budi-Shirt and Galligaskins Samsu the Sleek says, "This season in Mistral we're tightening up the traditional billowing budi to give it a more streamlined silhouette, and shortening it the better to show off our breeze-catching galligaskin trousers. So comfy!"
Camlorn Top Hat Pack The Top of Sundas Morning to you in your Camlorn Top Hat, with a buckle, a shamrock, or a "lucky bouquet." This bundle includes all three!
City Isle Tunic Dress Trying to keep it simple without looking like a slob? Designer Diocletia says, "For a true Imperial, simple does not mean unsophisticated. Our City Isle Tunic Dress is inspired by the elegant lines of Second Empire attire, but updated with a contemporary bias cut."
Corseted Riding Outfit Practical but stylish! Lady Eloisse, the designer, says, "A Breton woman likes to add a touch of feminine flair to her otherwise practical clothing. She wants her attire to say she's a lady, no matter what she's doing."
Crown Crafting Motif: Dreadhorn Style Use of this motif enables crafting in the Dreadhorn style. "Wayward sons and daughters, embrace Domihaus and set to work to outfit our reborn clan—as the Dreadhorn!" –Gherig Bullblood
Crystal Tower Sapiarchs’ Gown Inspired by the elegant formal gowns of the Sapiarchs of the Crystal Tower, designer Estinwe Silkdancer says, "Now you, too, can have the mysteries of the Dawn Era at your fingertips—or at least look like you do!"
Cyrod Gentry's Town Gown Unbuckle that grimy armor and slip into something elegant! "Tailored from sheerest linen, as daring as it is discreet, this aristocratic town gown is suitable for Cyrodilics of either sex," says the renowned Diocletia of Skingrad. "Whether you're dining or dancing, shopping or just showing off, this is for you."
Cyrod Patrician Formal Gown Had enough of slumming it with the commoners? You'll look every inch the aristocrat in this formal wrap gown from Diocletia of Skingrad, paired with a splendid gorget of hammered gold dripping with Imperial diamonds. Get haughty!
Daedric Death Mask Daedra Worshiper, do you dare wear a mask that strikes fear into the souls of ordinary mortals? Then the Daedric Death Mask is for you! For as is graven upon its metal horn bands in the dread script of Oblivion: FEAR ABIDES.
Dark Shaman Far from town, temple, and market, those of ill intent meet in secret conclave to importune the forces of darkness for power and mastery. Behold here the dire raiment they don for this fell purpose. To wear such vestments is to express a longing for darkness and chaos.
Deep Elf Executioner's Hood Ancient engravings tell us that a Dwarven executioner, or "Chun Abakch," always concealed his or her features under a hood of black spidersilk, a material that was also used by the Dwemer for funeral shrouds. Feeling sinister? This could be your look!
Deepwoods Pod-Singer Tunic Non-Wood Elves might think it strange that Bosmeri Pod-Singers, who magically persuade Valenwood trees to grow into houses, wear clothes entirely made of animal leather and quills, but such is the mandate of the Green Pact. And they look good doing it!
Desert Garden Gala Overdress "We Redguards are a hardy people," says designer Sar'aq of Sentinel, "and like to stage our ceremonies outside in the open, regardless of the weather. With this elegant overdress, crafted of materials as durable as they are sumptuous, a lady can celebrate the most festive of occasions—even in a sandstorm!"
Dibella's Doll Mask Pack When worshipers of Dibella wish to honor the Lady of Love by engaging in anonymous bestowal of affection, they don an exquisite porcelain Dibella's Doll Mask. This bundle includes the Dibella's Doll Mask for Humans and Elves as well as two variations, for Khajiiti and Argonians.
Doeskin-and-Chamois Woods Wear According to Stitchmaster Moneriel, the Garb-Spinner of Elden Root, "Covering yourself from head to toe makes perfect sense … if you're a stuffy old Breton! Ha! But you'll feel free and easy in any social situation in this light doeskin-and-chamois affair accented with turquoise and sea-beads."
Dragon Priest Costume Once, it is said, a cult of Dragon-worshippers ruled all of northern Tamriel. Their leaders were Dragon Priests, cruel clerics of great power who hid their faces under magical masks. Now you can assume the semblance of these legendary and awe-inspiring magi. Because a visage that instills terror in all who behold it is a great conversation-starter at parties.
Dragon Warrior Costume Tales have come down to us from the legendary time of the Dragons, when it was said that some Nords were born with actual Dragon blood in their veins, and were called something like Kyne's Doves, or Dove-Kin. Now you can wear the look of these legendary Dragon Warriors, horned helm and all!
Dungeon Explorer Ready to adventure in places filled with hideous monsters, traps, and other surprises? Dress appropriately with the Dungeon Explorer costume! (Equipping this costume will hide your shield when stowed.)
Egg-Sister Bias-Cut Casual Wear "Simple yet stylish, most advantageous for displaying one's tattoos and markings," says Jaxa-Kel, who found these designs by her relative, the elusive Hermit, at a clothiers' bench near some Barsaebic ruins in Shadowfen.
Elven Hero This costume pays tribute to a legendary High Elven hero of the Aldmeri Dominion. Now you can honor this nameless Altmer by adopting her epic appearance.
Elven Hero Armor This costume pays tribute to a High Elven hero of the Aldmeri Dominion whose deeds in Cyrodiil in the Alliance War are legendary. Now you can honor this nameless Altmer by adopting her epic appearance.
Evening Dress Of course you need armor when you're monster hunting or dungeon crawling, but if you're attending an exchange of Oaths of Mara, or just hanging out with your guildies in the tavern, some elegant civilian attire might feel more comfortable. This handsome evening dress is appropriate for events anywhere in Tamriel.
Falkreath Thane Even the toughest Nord warrior prefers to fight for Skyrim while looking good. This classic Nord kilted jerkin outfit projects the confidence and authority of a Falkreath fighting clan chief—complete with the traditional horned helmet!
Flatbrim Mourning Hat Pack Bundle including three Flatbrim Hats: the Modest Mourning Hat, Deluxe Mourning Hat, and Plumed Mourning Hat. It’s important to honor the deceased on the days of remembrance for the dead, but that doesn’t mean the living have to look dull and dowdy!
Floral Skull Fascinator Flowers! For your head! Flaunt your colorful style with this hat, and bring floral joy to everyone around you.
Forge-Wife's Impervious Frock "You can still look sharp while you hammer out a dagger!" says Orc-tailor Borzighu. "Our Forge-Wife's Frock, spun from non-flammable gray scathecraw fibers, protects you from cinders, soot, hot embers, and even spatters of molten metal. Hot!"
Glenmoril Witch Robes It's only natural! The witches of the Glenmoril Wyrd covens worship natural laws and nature, mostly in its darker aspects—though some also celebrate life and fertility, particularly in the spring of the year. These robes are specially woven for that spring festival.
Graht-Climber's Active Wear The famous Wood Elf tailor known as Stitchmaster Moneriel says, "We all have days when we have to climb the graht-oak to clean the house-pod gutters. Does that mean you have to dress like a frump? Of course not! Look trim and stylish in my latest halter-and-skirt outfit from Elden Root!"
Grazelands Gentlemer Farmer "Just because you're reclaiming the wastelands from the barbaric Ashlanders doesn't mean you have to dress like a savage," says Davon's Watch designer Voldsea Arvel. "You're a proud House Dunmer, so why not look like one?"
Hakoshae Festival Costume Enjoy Hakoshae's Proving Festival—or any celebration—in style with this stunning ensemble brought back to life by Magnate Feina-Darak.
Hat Pack: Winter Broadbrims Winter is here, and it's time to look dashing, through the snow! This festive bargain bundle includes the Winter Corsage, Winter Garland, and Winter Wreath Broadbrim hats.
High Rock Pioneer Outfit "Even a rugged pioneer of the borderlands can show some distinctive Breton style," says Lady Eloisse, lead fashion designer of House Manteau. "Our traditional linen shirt is stylish, durable, and suitable for any occasion!"
High-Collared Coin Ball Gown Bretons like to display their wealth through their apparel, as shown by the rich fabric and glistening ornamentation of this outfit designed by Lady Eloisse of House Manteau. "The coins are both decorative, and symbolic of one who has achieved a certain status in the world."
House of Reveries Mask Pack Includes the Breath of Y'ffre, Tranquil Reverie, Enigmatic Mood, and Garden Serenade Masks. The Breath of Y'ffre gave creation its names and shapes, Tranquil Reverie connotes the serene mind, Enigmatic Mood could turn in any direction, while the Garden Serenade promises gentle repose and loving acceptance.
Imperial Battlemage Pack What's more intimidating than an armored spellcaster? Command respect with three different armor sets as worn by the Imperial Battlemages of Cyrodiil, from the sensible field outfit of the Battlemage Scout Captain to the magnificent gilt armor of the Battlemage Palatine.
Imperial City Temple Tunic Those who venerate the Eight Aedra as defined by Saint Alessia follow a proud tradition that dates back to the founding of the First Empire of Cyrodiil. As designer Diocletia of Skingrad says, "In this shimmering satin confection, you'll look your best while pouring out a libation to the Divines—or just toasting your friends at the corner tavern. Class always tells!"
Imperial Officer Pack Sneer at those barbarians from the provinces while garbed as an Imperial officer! This pack includes costumes of three different armor sets as worn by Tribunes and Centurions of the Imperial Legions. Hail the Red Diamond!
Jarl's Deluxe Moot Regalia "Someday East and West Skyrim will be reunited and the Jarls will gather in a Moot to select a new High King," says Jork, the Tailor-Thane of Windhelm. "But that day may be a long time coming, so you might as well wear this noble outfit now!"
Jarl’s Justice Formal Frock "We Nords tend to be an informal people at most times, but when a Jarl sits to decide a legal case, it's important that our system of law be honored with the proper attire!" —Jork, the Tailor-Thane of Windhelm
Jester's Festival Hat Pack Jest for you—three jester's hats, no waiting: the Bi-Color Coxcomb Cap, the Ass-Ears Cap, and the Fool's Cap and Masque. Jingly!
Jhunal's Owl Mask Wise-Wing the Owl is associated in northern Tamriel with the god Jhunal or Julianos. During the Witches Festival she is said to warn the unwary away from graveyards and witches' covens. Her owl mask is sure to inspire others to trust in your wisdom! It's a real hoot.
Khajiiti Dragon Priest Mask Pack Can't decide which Dragon priest you want to be? We've assembled the full array of intimidating masks in this pack, which includes the Dread-Etched Dragon Priest Mask, the Scorched Dragon Priest Mask, and the Terrorgleam Dragon Priest Mask.
Kinlord’s Alinor Attire Even if you're not a kinlord, every High Elf is a noble at heart, and wants something in his wardrobe suitable for attendance at Alinor's Royal Palace. This majestic Elven ensemble is just the thing!
Lizardly Four-Fabric Skirt Set "The Hermit presents the latest in silky swamp chic," says Jaxa-Kel, "combining flax, feathers, alit-scales, and spun dank-cotton in contrasting layers of chevrons and lightning. So lizardly!"
Mages Guild Pack Hunt for lore books in style in clothes that declare your membership in the prestigious Mages Guild! This costume pack includes some of the most commonly-seen Guild uniforms, including research robes, legging outfits, and formal robes.
Magnifica's Sundas Wear "In Hammerfell, our Crown nobility prefer clothing simple and traditional in cut, but rich and varied in material," says designer Sar'aq of Sentinel. "This ensemble is appropriate for both receiving noble guests and visiting others."
Majestic "Dune Rider" Ensemble Dominate the desert! Sar'aq of Sentinel has outdone himself with this elegant outfit inspired by the legend of Prince Ahzzad the Dune Rider. Anyone would look princely in this ensemble of midnight linen and leather, accented with shining silver brocade. Exquisite!
Marshlord Formal Bugshell Robes For the Saxhleel who dares to scintillate, reclusive genius Jaxa the Hermit presents this season's must-have formal-wear, the multi-layered Marshlord robe set, sewn with the shiny shells of thousands of tiny swamp insects. Majestic!
Midyear Mayhem Crowns This bundle includes all three Imperial crowns celebrating the Midyear Mayhem event: the Circlet, the Coronet, and the Diadem.
Moon-Sugar Festival Suit "When the Moon-Sugar cane is ripe for harvest, and Jone and Jode are both waning crescents, it's time for the sweetest festival of the year," says designer Samsu the Sleek. "This Festival Suit blends five different silks so you'll look shiny and sharp!"
Moonshadow Wings Mask The Lepidopterans are a sect of Azura cultists who conceal their features with elaborate butterfly masks. These have recently become a fad among the jaded youth of mainland Morrowind—and now you can wear one, too!
Naryu's Morag Tong Costume Naryu Virian, the Morag Tong assassin, is nothing if not practical, and her functional, stealth-friendly leather armor provides vital protection without compromising her agile acrobatics—or sharp good looks.
Nedic Armor Pack Go ancestral! In Tamriel, ancient doesn't mean primitive. This costume pack includes three examples of the distinctive armor of the long-lost Nedes, drawing from the historical tribes of the Keptu, the Duraki, and the Perena.
New Life Festival Cap Celebrate the turning of the year and the return of Magnus the Sun in this festive New Life cap. With a bobbing ball of fur on the end of its tapering blue velvet wimple, everyone will know you're the life of the festival!
New Life Monk's Cap For those who wish to celebrate New Life without tawdry and garish display, we offer this more modest festival hat, well suited to monks, simple merchants, and holy knights vowed to poverty. Because New Life is for everyone!
New Moon Dragon Cult Garb Dragons have ascended! And now you can show off your affiliation with them. After all, they are the most powerful creatures in Tamriel and deserve the reverence you give freely.
New Moons Cross-Sash Robe "Two dark moons mean bad luck," says designer Samsu the Sleek, "but a whole series of new moons says the opposite: that one has survived adversity, and even prospered! That's the message of this handsome new robe, in breathable cotton and linen."
Nibenese Noble Pack This bundle includes both the Nibenese Noble’s Shawled Robe and the Nibenese Laurel Coronet. The robe was designed by Diocletia of Skingrad as both active wear and an elegant evening gown, while the coronet is just the thing for looking down your noble nose at lesser mortals!
Nightmare Demon Mask Pack Incarnate the anger of Oblivion itself with this visage of nightmare terror evoking the dreaded Dremora at their most frightening. This bundle includes the Nightmare Daemon Mask for Humans and Elves along with the variations for Khajiiti and Argonians. Daemonic!
Noble Dress Planning to attend a soirée with the important and the self-important? This elegant satin dress is the last word in aristocratic sophistication. Suitable for occasions anywhere in Tamriel where refined splendor is called for.
Noble Suit Wondering what the best-dressed Tamrielic gentleman is wearing this season? Concerned that you might be out of place or out of style? Worry no more! Show some class with this opulent yet restrained aristocrat's ensemble for the high-toned and the haughty.
Nord Hero This costume pays tribute to a legendary Nord hero of the Ebonheart Pact. Now you can honor this nameless warrior by adopting his savage appearance.
Nordic Knot Doublet and Breeches "Nordic Knot designs symbolize the heritage of the people of Skyrim," says designer Jork of Windhelm. "This upscale ensemble pays tribute to that tradition, and looks sharp even on those not lucky enough to be Nords."
Off-the-Shoulder Evening Dress Lady Eloisse of House Manteau offers this traditional Breton evening dress. As she puts it, "Ostentation is vulgar, but true elegance never goes out of style!" Whether you're entertaining or being entertained, this is the outfit for you.
Orc Wise Woman’s Vestment "As the Wise Woman of your clan, or the Hunt-Wife on ceremonial days, you must project both grace and authority," says designer Borzighu the Tidy. "Count on my gilt-broidered vestment to provide that, and more!"
Ordinator Pack Nothing says "Stop right there, criminal scum!" like the uniform of a Mournhold Ordinator! This pack includes the classic Ordinator armor as seen on the Tribunal's meanest enforcers, plus the uniform of the Hands of Almalexia, and the elite Night-Raid armor worn when the moons are new for midnight round-ups of heretics and drunken Nords.
Pirate Costume Pack The pirates of the Abecean Sea are among Tamriel's fiercest sea raiders—and they have a style all their own, which you can adopt when you don these jaunty and rakish costumes! This pack comes with three outfits, from basic sea rover attire to a buccaneer first mate's rig! And you can display your body art with pride, as these are costumes designed with your tattoos in mind.
Priest of the Green In Valenwood they're called Spinners; in High Rock, Vicars of Jephre. Wherever they go, the traveling priests of Y'ffre the Storyteller are respected as holy defenders of nature and the natural world. And if bandits are sacrilegious enough to pose a threat to them, their clothing enables them to blend gracefully into the background and pass unmolested.
Priestess of Mara Costume Show your devotion to the Goddess of Love and Nurture with these Priestess of Mara vestments. Across Tamriel, even cultures that don't regard Mara as a major Divine recognize her as the patroness of marriage, invoked at every mortal wedding.
Queen's-Eye Spymaster You wish to maintain a low profile and yet exude competence, sexy coolness, and undeniable predatory intimidation all at once, yes? Then this one advises investing in a Queen's-Eye Spymaster costume and then flipping a coin in the tavern's dark corner
Rajhin's Cat Mask Feeling feline? Get cat-faced! During the Witches Festival, no one perpetrates more cunning and devious tricks than Rajhin the Footpad, the Purring Liar. This mask enables you to adopt one of the many faces of that consummate trickster.
Ranger’s Crocskin Overkilt "Durable, flexible, mudproof, and stylish," says the latest missive from designer Jaxa the Hermit delivered by his mute daughter. "What more could a Saxhleel want from a Crocskin Overkilt? Glowing torchbug buttons? Actually, that's not a bad idea…."
Rawhide-Laced Riften Jerkin Jork the Tailor-Thane says, "Summer may be short in Riften, but when it finally comes the Nords greet it with open arms. And how better than in this patterned sleeveless jerkin, accented with rawhide laces?"
Reeve's Formal Appearance No one has more respect for their Ceremoniarchy and its functionaries than the High Elves: dignity and a high self-regard are the watchwords of an Altmeri Reeve. This outfit represents the Summerset administrator in all his glory!
Renegade Dragon Priest Sure, Dragon Priests were evil overlords who ruled mortals in the name of tyrannical Dovah, but what a fashion sense they had! Now you can adopt the appearance of the Renegade Dragon Priest from Scalecaller.
Reveries Operatic Mask Pack Go theatrical! Four more melodramatic House of Reveries Masks, including the Flowervine, Red Visage, Quarto, and Veiled Masks. Flowervine is chosen when an actor must represent growth, nature, or an aspect of Y’ffre; when the Red Visage appears onstage, expect tragedy; the Quarto is the face of the Unreliable Narrator; and the Veiled Mask represents a character whose motives are obscure.
Rumare Waterfront Casual Wear Though inspired by the raffish attire of roustabouts on the Imperial Waterfront, this casual outfit is made of the finest materials, and according to designer Diocletia, it's a superior choice for daytime wear in any of the Imperial City's six districts.
Sand-Kissed Salwar Ensemble Explaining his latest fashion creation, designer Sar'aq says, "It's hot in the Alik'r Desert; in our environment, women prefer light clothing that lets cooling breezes reach the skin. But I mean to show that comfort and refinement are in no way incompatible!"
Sentinel Vest and Salvar "To those who do not live in the desert heat, it seems strange that we wear long sleeves and trousers," says Sar'aq of Sentinel, "but really, nothing is more practical than a long, billowing pair of salvar breeches."
Seyda Neen Jodhpur Ensemble "Don't think, just because they're involved in trade, that the folk of House Hlaalu don't know how to dress," says Davon's Watch couturier Voldsea Arvel. "This grand new outfit I designed for them combines practicality with genuine House Dunmer class."
Shrike's Nocturnal Frock o you like to keep to the shadows, yet long for a striking look of your own? This will give you something to crow about! Any admirer of the Prince of Night and Darkness will appreciate this eye-catching costume.
Silvenari Felt Bycoket This bycoket is the dashing felt cap worn by the Silvenar's Own Jaqspurs, the famous archers who form the personal guard of the Bosmer "Voice of the People." This elite unit has been revived for the Aldmeri Dominion by the latest Silvenar. Their hat looks as good on men as it does on women.
Skull Face Tattoo Pack This face marking bundle includes the Verdant, Floral, and Spoked Skull Face Tattoos, markings for those who wish to honor the dead on a day of special remembrance—or just want to look coolly intimidating.
Soiree in Camlorn Evening Suit Lady Eloisse says, "The highborn Breton prefers clothing that is elegant but austere, harkening back to the High Rock tradition of knightly orders, militant but chivalrous. This trim doublet looks sharp whether you're a Sir or a Dame. Bright metallic points highlight the buckles and trim."
Solitude Stevedore's Jerkin "The Nord stevedores who work the docks below the great stone arch of Solitude have a style all their own," says Jork the Tailor-Thane of Windhelm. "They take what they like from travelers arriving from all over Tamriel and make it their own. Now you can, too!"
Soul-Shriven Pack This pack includes costumes in various states of raggedness. When the Soul-Shriven arrive in Coldharbour, they are garbed in cast-off armor and clothing taken from the dead. It can be a useful look: sometimes you just want to keep a low profile, and let your enemies underestimate you.
Star-Made Wolfshead Even if your background isn't Imperial, if you admire history's greatest warriors, you'll want to honor Pelinal Whitestrake with this costume from our Midyear Mayhem, the celebration that commemorates the deeds of the Star-Made Knight.
Stealthy Rogues Pack Fade into the shadows with three costumes any roguish sort will want to get their hands on. Featuring outfits worn in-game by Naryu Virian and Crafty Lerisa along with the Covenant Scout set, you'll have the right outfit for whatever stealthy escapades you embark on.
Summit Lord's Silken Robes For the stylish town Orc, Borzighu the Tidy Tailor of Orsinium has decided the watchwords this season are "restrained elegance." As he puts it, "We are, at last, proud to be Orcs. Strut your Orcish heritage with style!"
Sun's Dusk Winter Hood The New Life Festival is upon us, and we have an array of hats to celebrate! You'll be toasty warm even in Sun's Dusk with this festive furry hood, crowned with a spray of lucky mistletoe that will make you welcome everywhere. Pucker up!
Tavern Maid An outfit both pretty and practical for working the common room of the local tavern.
Telvanni Master Wizard Lesser mages are often surprised to find that the typical apparel of a Telvanni Master Wizard is more stately than ostentatious. The truth is, Wizard Lords such as Divayth Fyr have no need of gaudy display. Their power lies elsewhere.
Telvanni Wizard-Lord Robe The Wizard-Lords of the Great House Telvanni measure themselves by magical power rather than by ostentation or display, so the design of their robes is relatively simple and restrained. Don't be fooled: these are the garments of powerful sorcerers.
Toxin Doctor If you're the kind of alchemist who specializes in venoms and poison-making, you'll invest in special protective garb to keep from being poisoned by your own experiments—or else! And if your clients are just a little bit intimidated by your creepy attire, all the better.
Traveling Merchant Merchants need to look presentable, and those who travel require protection from the elements. With this outfit, you can travel through Tamriel and beyond knowing that you have met both requirements!
Treasure Hunter The serious treasure hunter knows it's really all about the gear. Whether you're exploring subterranean catacombs, ancient ruins, or a shattered shipwreck, when you run into an obstacle, you want to have the right tool at hand. This outfit will tell everyone who sees it that you're a loot-hound who means business.
Treethane Ceremonial Dress "Some occasions call for formal wear," says Stitchmaster Moneriel of Elden Root. "You may have to clothe yourself in stately attire to attend an important event, but fear not—you can still turn heads from trunk to treetop in my thousand-beaded ceremonial dress!"
Treethane’s Mosaic Jerkin The thousands of small shiny particles that decorate the Treethane's Mosaic Jerkin may appear at first glance to be of turquoise or other precious stones, but they are actually the iridescent carapaces of deep forest beetles. Dazzling!
Vengeance Day Dress "Malacath's Vengeance Day is coming up soon, and you'll want to look your best for it!" says Borzighu of Orsinium. "Being Orcs, naturally we think about revenge every day, but Vengeance Day is still our favorite!"
Wayrest Suede Doublet Ensemble "There's no reason why everyday wear has to look frumpy!" says Lady Eloisse, Couturier of House Manteau. "A man likes to look good when he's at his trade, and what looks better than a sharp suede doublet over fitted velveteen breeches?"
Wedding Suit When planning a special occasion you'll remember for the rest of your adventuring career, deciding what to wear is not the least important matter. This dashing ensemble is perfect for exchanging Rings of Mara—or for surviving a wild skooma party. Because you know, style over substance.
Whisperweft Gala Wear "A Redguard lady's clothing can be elegant and ornamental, while still light enough to keep the wearer cool during the heat of the day," according to Sar'aq of Sentinel. "In this attire, you'll float through the room like a zephyr!"
Winter Broadbrim Hat Pack Winter is here, and it's time to look dashing, through the snow! This festive bargain bundle includes the Winter Corsage, Winter Garland, and Winter Wreath Broadbrim hats.
Winter Scouts Pack Are you seeking adventure in the continent's north woods? These costumes replicate those worn by wilderness scouts in northern Tamriel, including those of the Orcs of Wrothgar, the Pact Nords of Eastern Skyrim, and the non-aligned Nords of Western Skyrim.
Xanmeer Doyen's Feather Tiara This gorgeous tiara is replicated from the intricate regalia of the Xanmeer Priesthoods. Wow the crowd at the Arboreal Reverie with this beautiful plumage waving above your brow.
Xanmeer Doyen's Worship Robe "Corset of kagouti-leather, full skirt of dank-cotton, beaded-shell vambraces and bird-skull pauldrons: everything a Xanmeer Doyen needs when welcoming worshipers into the Arboreal Reverie. The Hermit's outdone itself this time," says Jaxa-Kel.
Z'en Vengeance Kiss-Me-Not Cap When a Wood Elf vows a Vengeance Oath to the god Z'en, they may wear this tusk-encrusted cap as a symbol of having sworn off physical affection until the vendetta is complete. Admittedly, the Kiss-Me-Not is also sometimes worn just as a joke. Because the Bosmer are like that.

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Ancient Dragon Hunter Armor Pack With its gold-hued accents, the Ancient Dragon Hunter Armor Pack provides protection against Dragons and other foes by using nearly forgotten armoring techniques. Alter your armor's appearance by using this complete set of Ancient Dragon Hunter Outfit styles.
Ancient Dragon Hunter Arms Pack Deadly and decorous, the Ancient Dragon Hunter Arms Pack matches the style of the Armor Pack, creating a cohesive look for those seeking to slay Dragons and vanquish other dangerous enemies. Alter your weapon's appearance by using this complete set of Ancient Dragon Hunter Outfit styles.
Black Kiergo Brigand Style Pack As Caska can tell you, in the den of cutthroats called Black Kiergo, the greater the risk you take, the greater the reward you gain. They don’t let just anyone in—but your chances increase if you look like you belong. Now you can alter your armor's appearance by using this complete set of Black Kiergo Brigand Outfit styles.
Cadwell’s Kitchen Style Pack This includes a complete set of Outfit looks for armor in the Cadwell's Kitchen style. Only the most violent of kitchenware will do for an adventurer such as yourself, of course.
Chokethorn Arms Pack Have you vanquished Chokethorn? And do you wish to remember this victory each and every time you fight another foe? Now you can alter your weapon’s appearance to match the Undaunted Chokethorn awards.
Crafting Motif: Anequina Anequina martial traditions in the North date back to the time of Darloc Brae, and though nowadays they no longer employ his savage methods, the Golden Beast had a truly Khajiiti sense of style in arms and armor. Use to learn the Anequina crafting style.
Crafting Motif: Pellitine Pellitine, the southern region of Elsweyr, has long created its own style for everything from grooming devices to armor. Now you can use these motifs to learn the Pellitine crafting style.
Crafting Motif: Mercenary Craft armor in the utilitarian and militaristic Mercenary style. As mercenary captain Gaspard Emery says, 'With the rise of the Three Alliances and the return of general warfare across Tamriel, mercenary services are once again in high demand. The mercenaries are back!
Crown Crafting Motif Bundle: Thieves Guild Now you can purchase the motif book and style items that enable crafting in the Thieves Guild style! Here are some of Kari Coin-Counter's notes on the style: "Thieves Guild gloves may look like warrior's gauntlets above the wrist, but the fingers must be sheathed in soft kid or chamois so as not to interfere with the delicate manipulation so critical to thieving. And note the way our axes have hooked blades so they can act as prying tools when necessary."
Crown Crafting Motif: Assassins League Style "A secret society of assassins, a guild of killers for hire—now that makes sense. That's just good business. And like every good business, we have standards. You wish to join us, and dress like one of our league? Then follow these instructions to craft a—dare I say it—killer outfit." –The Gray Maybe
Crown Crafting Motif: Bloodforge Style Use of this motif enables crafting in the Bloodforge style. "Clanfellows, in the name of the Hunt-Father, we follow these sacred schema that define the trappings of we who work the Bloodroot Forge." –Stoneheart the Heartstone
Crown Crafting Motif: Celestial "Prepare thyself to adopt the divine appearance of the Constellations Incarnate! As above, so below: this was ever our creed. And thus, O Celestial below, to craft thy arms and armor, thou shalt follow this guidance and these models. Grasp this motif quickly, while ye may. So saith the Guardian of Stars!"
Crafting Motif: Coldsnap Goblin Known for their fierce, barbaric pride and decided bloodthirstiness, the Coldsnap Goblins of Frostvault use gear that reflects these traits. If you need to intimidate others simply by your presence, this Motif does a lot of the work for you! Use to learn the Coldsnap Goblin crafting style.
Crown Crafting Motif: Dreadhorn Style Use of this motif enables crafting in the Dreadhorn style. "Wayward sons and daughters, embrace Domihaus and set to work to outfit our reborn clan—as the Dreadhorn!" –Gherig Bullblood
Crown Crafting Motif: Dro-m'Athra Style "Somewhere, deep in the Dark Behind the World, there are grim forges and bent benches where Lost Cats arm and armor themselves. On those dire times when they appear among us, their outfitting is much alike, implying they are made to certain standards. This one shall sing the song of these standards." –Twilight Cantor Adara'hai
Crown Crafting Motif: Frostcaster "The most curious aspect of this Frostcaster clothing was its extensive use of an unfamiliar translucent blue-white material labeled 'Stalhrim,' a sort of crystalline metal unlike anything I've ever seen. It was so strange that I laid hands upon it, rubbing and tapping. It was rigid, faceted yet smooth, and gave off a distinct chill." —Doctor Alfidia Lupus
Crown Crafting Motif: Grim Harlequin Do you like dark humor, grim but funny? We've got a stylish motif for you! As Chamberlain Haskill explains, "My Lord Sheogorath has directed me to compile a guide for those seeking to create 'Grim Harlequin' arms and armor, so that the Mad God's mortal servants may have a way to make all their equipment look the same. Of course, this standardization runs counter to all other cult practices, and is insane on the face of it. What's your point?"
Crown Crafting Motif: Hlaalu "Trade makes the world go 'round, and in trade, reputation is everything, so maintaining House Hlaalu's reputation for reliability is critical to our continued pre-eminence in mercantile affairs," says Rolis Hlaalu. "Where possible, we adorn our items with the stylized merchant-scale sigil that symbolizes the source of our power."
Crown Crafting Motif: Huntsman "For those who would honor Hircine the Hunter, it is right and proper to adopt the apparel and arms of his Huntsmen, those spear-shakers, fewterers, and whippers-in of the Lord of the Hunting Grounds." –Uraccanach the Witchman
Crown Crafting Motif: Ra Gada Style The Ra Gada or "Warrior Wave" of settlers from Yokuda actually took place in the First Era's ninth century. The second, or "Tavan" wave, revered holy Tava, Lady of the Air. Thus the Tavans' arms and armor are replete with bird imagery, which makes for a very distinctive crafting style.
Crown Crafting Motif: Redoran Includes the Motif Book that enables crafting in the House Redoran style, as well as some style items to do it with. "Should any non-Redoran ask you why our arms and armor are inspired by the claws and chitin of gigantic arthropods, just ask them if they've seen any Emperor Crabs lately—you know, those cathedral-sized crustaceans that once roamed the Ashlands of Vvardenfell. Where did those go? …We killed them. We, the warriors of House Redoran." –Vindamea Redoran
Crown Crafting Motif: Sapiarch "The distinctive style of the robes of the Sapiarchs has not been designed so much as it's been refined, the style distilling the clothing choices of a hundred generations of the Wise. Every detail has its own deep history, all memorialized, of course, in the Apparel Archives of the Crystal Tower." –Artuudawen Thousand-Shoes
Crown Crafting Motif: Silver Dawn Hunt for heinous were-creatures with pride wearing and wielding the traditional arms and armor of the Order of the Silver Dawn! "By the gleam of silver shall we slay!"
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Skull of Corruption Those who wield the Skull of Corruption gain a place in lore that grows in the retelling. A replica of such? Still impressive! Alter your staff's Outfit style with a replica of the Skull of Corruption Elder Scrolls Artifact, the signature weapon of the Daedric Prince Vaermina.
Crown Crafting Motif: Stalhrim Frostcaster Style "The most curious aspect of this Frostcaster clothing was its extensive use of an unfamiliar translucent blue-white material labeled 'Stalhrim,' a sort of crystalline metal unlike anything I've ever seen. It was so strange that I laid hands upon it, rubbing and tapping. It was rigid, faceted yet smooth, and gave off a distinct chill." —Doctor Alfidia Lupus
Crown Crafting Motif: Stalhrim Frostcaster Style "The most curious aspect of this Frostcaster clothing was its extensive use of an unfamiliar translucent blue-white material labeled 'Stalhrim,' a sort of crystalline metal unlike anything I've ever seen. It was so strange that I laid hands upon it, rubbing and tapping. It was rigid, faceted yet smooth, and gave off a distinct chill." —Doctor Alfidia Lupus
Crown Crafting Motif: Welkynar Style Use to learn the Welkynar crafting style. Though the Knightly Order of the Welkynars numbers no more than four members at a time, each of those knights needs a broad array of equipment made to exact specifications from the very best materials!
Crown Motif: Mercenary This enables crafting in the utilitarian and militaristic Mercenary style. As mercenary captain Gaspard Emery says, "With the rise of the Three Alliances and the return of general warfare across Tamriel, mercenary services are once again in high demand. The mercenaries are back!"
Dragonguard Crafting Motif Sidura spent some time updating and repairing Dragonguard gear this one found on Tideholm, with the help of some skilled volunteers. They turned out nicely, yes? Old Dragonguard mixed with new! Dashing and functional! Use to learn the Dragonguard Crafting Style. Also has a chance to drop by completing Dragon Hunt and Draghonhold daily quests in Elsweyr.
Elder Dragon Hunter Armor Pack With its touches of rich blue, this armor not only provides protection against Dragons but also helps others identify your valiant Dragon-hunting activities. Alter your armor's appearance by using this complete set of Elder Dragon Hunter Outfit styles.
Elder Dragon Hunter Arms Pack Alter your weapon's appearance by using this complete set of Elder Dragon Hunter Outfit styles. Crafted to match the armor pack, the weapons in this arms pack also feature touches of intense blue. Be the Dragon hunter you were born to be with these weapon styles!
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Chrysamere Alter your two-handed sword's Outfit style with a replica of the Chrysamere Elder Scrolls Artifact, also known as the Sword of Heroes and the Paladin’s Blade.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Ebony Blade Alter your two-handed weapon's Outfit style with a replica of the Ebony Blade Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon forged by the Daedric Prince Mephala.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Fearstruck Carried by Lyrisius while defeating the Akaviri slave traders, this shield later melted away when a wyrm breathed fire at it. Though the actual artifact is lost, you can alter your shield's Outfit style with a replica of the Fearstruck Elder Scrolls Artifact, a shield crafted by the Daedric Prince Boethiah.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Fork of Horripilation Alter your one-handed weapon's Outfit style with a replica of the Fork of Horripilation Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon created by the Daedric Prince Sheogorath.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Mehrunes’ Razor When the authentic Mehrunes’ Razor shows up, blood and carnage is sure to follow. Alter your one-handed dagger's Outfit style with a replica of the Mehrunes' Razor Elder Scrolls Artifact, the signature weapon of Daedric Prince Mehrunes Dagon.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Sinweaver This includes a two-handed Outfit style replicating the Sinweaver Elder Scrolls Artifact, an ancient Elven sword possibly Ayleid in origin, though it's endowed with powers often associated with Daedric weapons.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Spear of Bitter Mercy This includes a staff Outfit style replicating the mysterious and lore-heavy Spear of Bitter Mercy Elder Scrolls Artifact.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Spellbreaker Shield This includes a shield Outfit style replicating the Spellbreaker Elder Scrolls Artifact, a Dwarven shield associated with the Daedric Prince Peryite Sometime in the early First Era, it was granted for a time to the Dragon Priest Zaan the Scalecaller.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Sword of Jyggalag This includes a two-handed sword Outfit style replicating the Sword of Jyggalag Elder Scrolls Artifact, the claymore created by the absent Prince of Order.
Elder Scrolls Artifact: Volendrung Alter your two-handed weapon's Outfit style with a replica of the Volendrung Elder Scrolls Artifact, a paradoxical weapon forever torn between its Dwarven origins and Malacath's Daedric influence.
Fang Lair Crafting Motif Use to learn the Fang Lair crafting style. Also teaches the equivalent Fang Lair Outfit Styles. "For too long the magical discipline of Necromancy has been disregarded as a mere subset of Conjuration, or worse, dismissed outright because it is 'evil.' That changes now!" –Orryn the Black
Frostcaster Crafting Motif 'The most curious aspect of this Frostcaster clothing was its extensive use of an unfamiliar translucent blue-white material labeled 'Stalhrim,' a sort of crystalline metal unlike anything I've ever seen. It was so strange that I laid hands upon it, rubbing and tapping. It was rigid, faceted yet smooth, and gave off a distinct chill."—Doctor Alfidia Lupus
Honor Guard Crown Crafting Motif As Chronicler of Blades Kiasa-Veda declares, one must follow the old rules correctly to make gear—errors lead to dishonor. Follow this dictate and learn the Honor Guard crafting style.
Iceheart Arms Pack This includes a complete set of Outfit styles for Iceheart weapons that match the Undaunted awards.
Legendary Dragon Armor Style Pack Dragons soar over Elsweyr and beyond! Are you geared up to go fight them? If not, you can alter your armor's appearance by using this complete set of Legendary Dragon Outfit styles.
Legendary Dragon Arms Pack Hunt Dragons with deadly and stylish weapons—alter your weapon's appearance by using this complete set of Legendary Dragon Outfit styles.
Lord Warden Arms Pack Have you vanquished Lord Warden Dusk? And do you wish to remember this victory each and every time you fight another foe? Now you can alter your weapon’s appearance to match the Undaunted Lord Warden awards.
Malacath Cult Forge-Wife Gurzbog gra-Gulog says, "Listen up, smiths! We don't pound hot metal around here just because it's fun. We forge for the glory of Malacath! Shoddy work will not be tolerated. You want to make items in the Malacath Cult style? Well, there's only one right way to do it, so pay attention!"
Meridian Crafting Motif From ancient times till the present, the Cult of Meridia, no matter how often suppressed, always rebounds and reappears. Mortals who revere her often honor her by adopting an armor style inspired by that of the Aurorans, Meridia's Daedric warriors. Use to learn the Meridian crafting style.
Mighty Chudan Arms Pack The giant haj mota known as Mighty Chudan has torn through many a self-proclaimed hero—but perhaps not you. Commemorate your glorious victory! Alter your weapon's appearance to match the Undaunted Mighty Chudan awards by using this complete set of Outfit styles.
Moongrave Fane Crafting Motif "Soon Nisaazda will show you the heights we can reach. All we must do is follow her chosen Devourer and claim the greatest prey this world has to offer: Dragons. To prepare for this hunt we will learn from the Dragonguard and outfit ourselves accordingly." As decreed by Clan Mother Nisaazda
Pirate Skeleton Arms Pack The murderous Captain Blackheart leads deadly pirates in Blackheart Haven and possesses an intimidating set of weapons. Now you can alter your weapon's appearance to match the Undaunted Pirate Skeleton awards by using this complete set of Outfit styles.
Refabricated Crafting Motif Bash together some wicked arms and armor! This bundle includes the motif book and items needed to craft in the Refabricated style.
Scalecaller Crafting Motif Use to learn the Scalecaller crafting style. Also teaches the equivalent Scalecaller Outfit Styles. "The followers of the renegade Dragon Priest, Zaan, outfitted themselves in Scalecaller armor made of metal forged to resemble Dragonscale and bonemold crafted to resemble Dragonbone." – Jorvuld Davaux
Shield of Senchal Crown Crafting Motif As Centurion Ancrus Vesnentia wrote, "We came to restore order to Southern Elsweyr, but we stayed to protect its people. Over time, the Khajiit began to call us the Shields of Senchal." Now you can aid the legion and use this motif to learn the Shield of Senchal crafting style. Also acquired from Senchal Reward Chests, awarded for assisting the city of Senchal.
Slimecraw Arms Pack Proclaim your victory over the massive crocodile found in Wayrest Sewers! Alter your weapon's appearance to match the Undaunted Slimecraw awards by using this complete set of Outfit styles.
Stags of Z’en Crafting Motif "We Stags exact punishment for transgression and wickedness, seeking payment in kind. We claim that payment in blood. Z'en, god of toil and vengeance, demands nothing less."—Gwaerelos, Greenblessed Master of Arms, Elden Root
Sunspire Crafting Motif To truly honor Alkosh, we must adorn ourselves with a fitting panoply—armor and weapons that give voice to both Khajiit and Dragon! Therefore, the smith-adepts of Sunspire have created this collection of arms and armor. Use to learn the Sunspire crafting style.
Trinimac Cult The Venerable Uugus, Priest of Trinimac, says, "The Elves have forgotten the warrior ideals of Trinimac, but we Orsimer keep them alive! As the Children of Trinimac, we embody his stoic courage and bold audacity. The arms we bear and the armor we wear shine with gold, in remembrance of Trinimac's golden skin. And they are accented with polished ebony, in token of Lorkhan's blood when Trinimac tore out his heart."
Tsaesci Crafting Motif Use this motif to craft items in the Tsaesci style. "Much may not be shared outside the true bloodlines, but this was never true of our artisanship. Would you follow the Serpentine Ways of Making? Then here, armorer, are your models." –Kiasa-Veda
Valkyn Skoria Arms Pack Have you proven your worth by facing down the giant Dremora Valkyn Skoria in the City of Ash? If so, reflect on your victory and alter your weapon's appearance to match the Undaunted Valkyn Skoria awards by using this complete set of Outfit styles.
Velidreth Arms Pack Have you vanquished Velidreth? And do you wish to remember this victory each and every time you fight another foe? Now you can alter your weapon’s appearance to match the Undaunted Velidreth awards.

 

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Abnur Tharn Bust Experience the wisdom of Abnur Tharn within your very own home with this talking bust! Display this noble piece of statuary in a place of prominence so that you and every houseguest may listen intently to the former Grand Chancellor.
A Clash of Fang and Flame Music Box Get your heart pumping before you venture forth to kill Dragons by listening to this music box. When activated, plays the rousing music box composition "A Clash of Fang and Flame."
Coldharbour Arcanaeum Furnishing Pack A selection of furnishings for the true connoisseur of Molag Bal's darkest secrets. You can't plot Aurbic Domination without them! Includes a tear in the fabric of reality itself, perfect for impressing guests (voluntary or otherwise.)
Craglorn Multicultural Bedroom pack A selection of mainly Ra Gada-inspired cross-cultural bedroom furnishings, ideal for Earthtear Cavern. The screens and tapestries are especially appropriate for Earthtear's 'open" plan.
Craglorn Multicultural Kitchen pack A selection of cross-cultural kitchen furnishings, largely Ra Gada in style, that would go well in Earthtear Cavern.
Craglorn Multicultural Knick-Knacks pack This broad array of domestic goods, mostly drawing on Redguard designs, will give your new home in Earthtear Cavern that lived-in feel!
Craglorn Multicultural Parlor pack An assortment of living-room furnishings, a mixture of pieces from the Forebears and Crowns, that will look very well indeed scattered artistically around Earthtear Cavern.
Cyrodilic Parlor Pack For three thousand years, the Imperials of the Nibenay valley have set the standards for sophistication and class. Now you can furnish your living room Nibenese style with these benches, shelves, and decorations.
Daedric Set of Azura Furnishings associated with the Daedric Prince Azura, including a sculpted statue, brazier, banners, tapestry, book, candle, and more!
'Dancing Among the Flowers Fine' Music Box When activated, this item plays a music box arrangement of the soothing "Dancing Among the Flowers Fine" composition.
Deepmire Expedition Furnishing Pack The strange heart of Murkmire holds forgotten ruins, curious plants, bizarre creatures, and no end of peril. A safe return from such an expedition is sure to benefit the research of any scholar—or the gallery of any courageous adventurer.
Diamond Melody Music Box When activated, plays a music box composition of the traditional Imperial song "Chim-el Adabal."
Dibella's Garden Furnishing Pack The Lady of Love, Art, and Affection teaches us to treasure the gifts of friendship and to open our hearts to the mysteries of love. In her divine words, "No matter the seed, if the shoot is nurtured with love, will not the flower be beautiful?"
Dwarven Pipes Do you like construction sets? If so, you'll love this selection of Dwarven pipes, ducts, gears, and conduits for adding a Deep Elf touch to your home.
Flickering Shadows Music Box Create a haunting mood in your abode with this eerie music box. When activated, it plays a music box arrangement of the mysterious "Flickering Shadows" composition.
Forge-Lord’s Great Works Furnishing Bundle "In the Deep Halls, Far from Men 

Forsaken Red Mountain, Twisted Kin 

Hail the Mind, Hail the Stone 

Dwarven Pride, Stronger than Bone" 

—Dwemer Inquiries I-III, Thelwe Ghelein

Formal Garden Shrubbery The ancient civilizations of Tamriel have long esteemed gardening as one of the premier domestic arts. Here is a broad selection of trimmed topiaries and sculpted shrubs for those who prefer the esthetic of a refined and formal garden.
'A Frost Melt Melody' Music Box When activated, plays a music box arrangement of the traditional New Life Festival song, "A Frost Melt Melody".
Furnishing Bundle: New Life Festival Welcome your friends with these essential New Life decorations, complete with ice sculptures, Bounteous Ladles for the younger guests, a hearth for roasting festive feasts, and even a trio of Snowmortals!
Furnishing Pack: Deepmire Expedition The strange heart of Murkmire holds forgotten ruins, curious plants, bizarre creatures, and no end of peril. A safe return from such an expedition is sure to benefit the research of any scholar—or the gallery of any courageous adventurer.
Furnishing Pack: Island Assortment Household Pack A selection of household necessities that will give your tropical lair that comfortable and lived-in look.
Furnishing Pack: Island Cuisine Kitchen Pack A selection of kitchen furnishings drawn from cultures across southern Tamriel, ideal for the Grand Topal Hideaway.
Furnishing Pack: Island Hideaway Parlor Pack A selection of living room furnishings hand-picked to complement the architecture and setting of the Grand Topal Hideaway.
Furnishing Pack: Island Nights Bedroom Pack After a rough day in Tamriel, relax in splendor on your tropical furnishings as the soft Topal breezes rustle the thatch of your luxurious hideaway’s roof. Aah!
Furnishing Pack: Malacath's Chosen Honor Malacath and his Orc-children with these typically sturdy and durable furnishings from the ancient mountain strongholds of Wrothgar.
Furnishing Pack: The Clockwork God's Domain A wide selection of furnishings from Sotha Sil's mechanical simulacrum of Tamriel, the Clockwork City, including an Inactive Fabrication Sphere, a Grand Mnemograph, and a Powered Capsule Clockwork Illuminator!
Heart's Day Retreat Furnishing Pack Set the scene properly for Heart's Day with this romantic furniture bundle, which includes flowers, sweetrolls, and more! Each item helps those so inclined fulfill on the day's delightful promise with their partners in the adventure called life.
Hollowjack Furnishing Pack Though many regard Lord Hollowjack as a fictional bogey invoked during the Witches Festival to frighten superstitious peasants, he is all too real, and tales of him appearing in cemeteries under the Harvest Moons to terrify the unwary have a basis in objective fact.'—Cuilean Darnizhaan, Psijic Proctor of Abyssal Fragments
Home in Nibenay Bedroom Pack Are you a true Tamrielic cosmopolitan? Anyone who grew up near Cheydinhal, Bravil, or the Imperial City itself will find these bedroom furnishings comfortably familiar.
Hubalajad's Treasure Bundle No Prince of the Ra Gada would be caught dead without the appropriate (and extravagant) funerary offerings for his tomb. Not to mention the requisite Mournful Aegis to give a sharp welcome any unexpected guests!
The Intrepid Gourmet Bundle Polish your ladle and set out on a grand culinary adventure with this Provisioning-themed bundle! Whether baking at home or hunting for recipes abroad, this assortment of cooking paraphernalia ensures your heroic exploits never come out undercooked!
Kaalgrontiid’s Ascent Statue This statue of the mighty Dragon Kaalgrontiid shows him ascending majestically and breathing flame, frost, lightning, and even aeonfire from his position of dominance.
Khajiiti Life Furnishing Pack Moon-sugar farming implements and wares, an alchemy station, a merchant tent, and more await you in this bundle. Each item represents a slice of Khajiiti life, enabling you to live like the Moons-blessed moon-sugar lover you are!
The Mad Harlequin’s Reverie Music Box When activated, plays a music box arrangement of the playful "The Mad Harlequin's Reverie" composition.
Malacath’s Chosen Furnishing Pack Honor Malacath and his Orc-children with these furnishings from the ancient mountain strongholds of Wrothgar.
Mephala's Larder Furnishing Pack With these furnishings, some from Mephala cultists, some that replicate the bizarre environment of the Spiral Skein, you can adopt the haunted ambience of the realm of the Webspinner.
Meridia, Lady of Infinite Energies Statue "[…] above all others they did venerate the Lady of Light, building for Merid-Nunda a chapel of colored rays and beams, which was for glory like a piece of Aetherius brought down to the mortal world […]" - The Whithering of Delodiil (Author Unknown)
Molag Bal Bundle Furnishings related to the Daedric Prince Molag Bal and Coldharbour.
Molag Bal Statuette A tabletop-sized statue of the Daedric Prince Molag Bal, Lord of Brutality.
Moon Bishop’s Sanctuary Furnishing Pack Display your reverence for the Moons with this assortment of clerical Elsweyr furnishings. Luxurious tapestries, tasteful furniture, and even a large Suthay Moon Bishop statue and target dro-m'Athra will make your home the envy of Khajiiti adepts everywhere.
Moons-Blessed Oasis Furnishing Pack Bring the stark beauty of an Anequine oasis to your courtyard with this bundle of Elsweyr plants and statuary, complete with a luminous fountain blessed by Jone and Jode.
Morrowind: Lord Vivec Set By the Three! Show your devotion to Morrowind's Living Gods with furnishings inspired by Lord Vivec, the Tribunal Temple, and Vvardenfell.
Music Box, Hinterlands When activated, this music box plays anarrangement of the Ebonheart Pact "Hinterlands" composition.
Music Box, Sands of the Alik’r When activated, this music box plays an arrangement of the Daggerfall Covenant "Sands of the Alik'r" composition.
Music Box, Y’ffre in Every Leaf When activated, this music box plays an arrangement of the Aldmeri Dominion "Y'ffre in Every Leaf" composition.
New Life Festival Furnishing Pack Welcome your friends with these essential New Life decorations, complete with ice sculptures, Bounteous Ladles for the younger guests, a hearth for roasting festive feasts, and even a trio of snowmortals!
Niben Valley Kitchen Pack This comprehensive pack includes everything you need to outfit your kitchen the like the cultured master chefs of the Nibenese.
Shadow and Stone Furnishing Pack By my hand blood enters the Marsh. By my deed the Marsh is fed and grows fertile. By my silent watch the Hist may thrive. Honor my doings, O Sithis, for my brethren show me but fear. Guard me not, O Sithis, for only my own strength honors you.
Sithis, The Dread Father

'Hail to Sithis, blood's drop on blade's edge. Before you, nothing. Behind you, the Void. Catalyst, agitator, many-fanged maw…." And now, a darn fine statue for house and garden. So ominous!

Hail to Sithis, blood's drop on blade's edge. Before you, nothing. Behind you, the Void. Catalyst, agitator, many-fanged maw. As for within your abode? Perhaps this impressive statue.

Storage Chests (Fortified, Oaken, Secure, and Sturdy) These metal-bound chests can be placed in multiple homes, and always accesses the same personal storage space. Unlike bank storage, items in this chest do not appear at crafting stations. A chest is the largest storage container, holding up to 60 items.
Storage Coffers (Oaken, Secure, and Sturdy) These sturdy coffers can be placed in multiple homes, and always accesses the same personal storage space. Unlike bank storage, items in this coffer do not appear at crafting stations. A coffer is the smallest storage container, holding up to 30 items.
Tamrielic Household Necessities Pack If you want to give your house that true lived-in feel, you'll want to decorate it with plenty of the basics: crates, barrels, tools, tableware, bottles, and much more. Make it not just a house, but a home!
That Breezy Night in Bruma Music Box When activated, plays a music box arrangement of the romantic Heart's Day favorite, "That Breezy Night in Bruma."
Trappings of Mephala Worship Furnishing Pack With these furnishings, some from Mephala cultists and some that replicate the bizarre environment of the Spiral Skein, you can adopt the ambience of the realm of the Webspinner.
Trees of Tamriel Garden Pack It's not a home without a shady tree just outside the window. Here is a broad assortment of basic Tamrielic trees, shrubs, and bushes for greening up the homestead.
Tyrants of the Merethic Furnishing Pack These relics date back to the height of the Dragon Cult's power, long before the bloody revolution of the Dragon War. Though this particular Dragon's name is long forgotten, its story is still told by the ancient friezes found in its barrow.
Vivec, Warrior-Poet Statuette A tabletop-sized statue of the living god Lord Vivec, the Warrior-Poet. Praise the Tribunal, and bask in the love of the Guardian God-King for the True People!
Witches' Coven Furnishing Pack Bring the moody atmosphere of Hag Fen to your home with these tools and trappings of the witch's trade. Whether brewing potent poisons or cooking cauldrons of questionable stew, craft in true coven style with the included alchemy and provisioning stations!

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Ald Velothi Harbor House On the coast north of Gnisis, this spacious three-level home in the Redoran "bug-house" style comes with a walled courtyard, a next-door dock, and convenient access to the nearby ruins of Ashalmawia and Arkngthunch-Sturdumz.
Alinor Crest Townhouse On the heights of Alinor, with easy access to the Royal Palace, this splendid mansion was built as a consulate for the Bosmeri Ambassador of the Camoran Dynasty. With the ambassador now in Elden Root, the townhouse is available for you!
Amaya Lake Lodge Enjoy the opulent luxury of a country lodge built by the Dark Elves of an earlier, more expansive era—a walled estate with a grand multistory house, roof balcony, stable, storage shed, well, and room for a formal garden. Landed gentry, indeed!
Coldharbour Surreal Estate This overlooked acreage atop a floating plateau in Molag Bal's Oblivion realm of Coldharbour is available to be developed however you like. It's a secluded location, very quiet and private, even scenic in its own austere way. And for your convenience, it's been drained of its pools of noisome Azure Plasm!
Colossal Aldmeri Grotto Once a watering stop for the High Elf navy, this great cavernous grotto on the Summerset coast west of Dusk features shipboard compartments, magnificent Aldmeri ruins, weathered wood from several shipwrecks, and a sparkling subterranean waterfall. This is a sprawling residence truly worthy of the word 'colossal."
Earthtear Cavern You want privacy? What could be more private than lost and forgotten Nedic ruins in a remote corner of Craglorn's backcountry? It even includes some Redguard touches from later occupants—but once you move in, it's all yours to decorate in whatever cultural fashion you please!
Elinhir Private Arena Pit Fighting promoter Crottus "Thumbs-Down" Lycus built this private arena atop the haunted ruins of Molavar because the land was cheap, and what could go wrong? He vanished mysteriously some time ago, and now his unique Arena Home is back on the market.
Enchanted Snow Globe Home Get small to go large: this miniature Snow Globe Home is tiny on the outside but expansive on the inside, proving shrunken real estate is a big bargain! And to make the house interior cozier, its exterior courtyard features an eternally-festive gentle snowfall. Magical!
Erstwhile Sanctuary Built into the foundations of Kvatch itself, this ancient complex was abandoned by the Dark Brotherhood after a subterranean collapse tumbled one wall of the Speaker's bedchamber into a massive natural cavern. Sinister meets majestic!
Exorcised Coven Cottage House hunting? Pay no attention to the rumors: this witches hut on the edge of Hag Fen in Glenumbra is guaranteed NOT to be haunted by the dead, the undead, or restless spirits of any kind. It does come with tumbledown walls to keep the crocodiles and wolves out. Spooky, yet cozy!
Frostvault Chasm This side entrance to Frostvault leads down to a deep and spacious side grotto that was cut off from the main caverns long ago, though power still flows into it through conduits from the central source. Careful, those platforms have no handrails!
Forgemaster Falls Thunderous waterfalls, an imposing smithy, and a magnificent view of the Great Bay make this brisk coastal village the perfect refuge for adventurers seeking a rugged Orcish lifestyle.
Grand Topal Hideaway Are you ready for the last word in luxury? Two words: bamboo gazebo. You probably think only the mad masterminds of vast criminal organizations have their own private tropical islands. Well, think again: you, too, could have a hidden hideaway ever-trembling on the verge of volcanic destruction!
Hakkvild's High Hall Hakkvild, former Jarl of Falkreath who freed the hold from Yashnag's Orcs, built himself this spacious hall on the heights above town, with convenient access to the crypts of his ancestors.
Jode’s Embrace Few adeptoriums can match the hallowed majesty of Jode's Embrace. Rumor has it that the temple's worthiest occupants can peer into the sacred realm of Jode itself. Just keep an eye out for Dragons overhead!
Lakemire Xanmeer Manor Stay moist in an underwater Xanmeer Manor with its own submerged picture windows! Gaze into the depths of a lush Murkmire lake from the sunken interior of this capacious Argonian edifice, where comfort mixes casually with the bizarre. Xuth!
Linchal Grand Manor This imposing estate in the Nibenese style was originally built in the Gold Coast countryside as the summer manor of an Imperial City nobleman. Gardens with statues and a reflecting pool surround the stately walled mansion. Sumptuous!
Lucky Cat Landing By some miracle or simple chance, Lucky Cat Landing weathered the fires that ravaged Southern Elsweyr completely unsinged! Its spacious terrace frames a gorgeous view, and its proximity to Senchal makes it convenient for those who enjoy city living.
Moon-Sugar Meadow Dotted with Elsweyr architectural features, this meadow provides plenty of building space in a peaceful and natural setting. Nearby streams gleam in the light of the sun and moons, enhancing this idyllic getaway.
Pariah's Pinnacle The grand and majestic mountaintop retreat of Orc cultural hero Baloth Bloodtusk was sealed off in the First Era by King Joile, but its ancient Orcish halls were recently reopened by order of King Kurog.
Potentate’s Retreat Originally built by the Potentate Versidue-Shaie as a retreat from Senchal, this manor contains roomy spaces in which to entertain guests. A terraced area features a flooded aeonstone crater as well as luminescent flora transplanted from Moonlit Cove.
Princely Dawnlight Palace Prince Hubalajad, in one of his wilder flights of extravagance, had a second palace built solely to better catch the light of the morning sun. It's a magnificent estate that truly makes one feel like a monarch.
Tel Galen Fulfill your fantasies of a fungal flat with this fabulous Telvanni wizard's tower, on a private island on Azura's Coast! Comes complete with grand foyer, workshop, suite, and tower chamber ideal for magical research.
Wraithhome With its pillars of skulls, stained glass, and ghostly portals, this abode can accommodate even the most tormented soul. Take advantage of its open layout to set up large-scale rituals, and use its vaults and lofty balconies for vile experiments.

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Alliance War Horse It's no surprise the Three Alliances compete to breed the strongest and most majestic chargers for their armored cavalries.
Ancient Dragon Hunter Horse As the Dragon threat spreads, the need for veteran Dragon Hunters increases. These gold-barded horses can help you reach your prey quickly.
Ashen Fang Lair Courser Sometimes, when necromancers reanimate a creature, they overdo it and imbue the undead entity with an excess of dark conjuration. In the case of the Ashen Courser, this residue of mystical power manifests as a cloud of grave dust and ash.
Auroran Twilight Warhorse Like their mistress, the Daedric Prince Meridia, Aurorans have magical control over color and hue, so when they need a mount in Tamriel after dark it's no surprise that they conjure Warhorses that are as dark as night itself.
Auroran Warhorse When one of Meridia's Auroran Knights manifests in Tamriel and needs a mount, the knight has the ability to instantly summon a Daedric Warhorse from the Colored Rooms. Curiously, if the knight is banished to Oblivion, the mount sometimes stays behind.
Badger Bear The Badger Bears of southern Blackwood were nearly extinct in the wild when they were saved by the intervention from an unlikely source, an Imperial noble, when Viscount Glorion of Leyawiin rescued the species by breeding them as mounts.
Bal Foyen Circus Guar Like other reptilian creatures, Guar can be bred for bright, even gaudy colors. The Argonians of Dhalmora offer this entertaining variant, a popular performer in Tamriel's traveling shows.
Banded Guar Charger Not every guar is destined to haul heavy packs or become someone's meal. Unlike the temperamental but lovable pack guar, chargers are bred for their strength, speed, and stout hearts. Though it takes years to train them—guar are not known for being clever—they're as comfortable charging into battle as they are munching on saltrice.
Black Bear The Black Bear is common across Cyrodiil, but is also seen north into High Rock and Skyrim, where it is considered a warrior's mount. It's also the preferred mount of Nord Nightblades, as it blends into the dark, and makes no hoofbeats when it gallops. Black Bears: almost stealthy!
Black Camel of Ill Omen The Black Camel is haughty and majestic—but some riders consider them creatures of bad luck and misfortune. However, if you're a thief riding off into the night with your ill-gotten gains, you might see things differently. Bad luck for them, good luck for you!
Black Senche-Lion The Black Senche-Lion is the preferred mount of Elsweyr's greatest thieves, who want a ride that's both fierce and can fade into the dark of night. According to legend, the most famous Black Senche-Lion of all was Rajhin's mount Umbrage, which could both talk and, for brief periods, fly!
Black Senche-Panther This mount is said to have been bred by Baandari Pedlars, for ease in hastily leaving town after dark. No matter what time of day, you'll find it a graceful and stylish ride that will make you the envy of adventurers everywhere.
Blazeborn Senche-Lion Born in flame, this senche-lion's temperament matches its fiery appearance. Those who earn its respect, however, gain a mount that can blaze a path through the darkest shadows.
Chroma-Blue Dwarven Spider Rarest of all Dwarven Spider vamidiums are those powered by gems that emit a cold blue light, said to reflect the frigid stolen soul of the Dwemer engineer trapped within it.
Clouded Senche-Leopard The Clouded Senche-Leopard is a strong yet nimble mount, bred for hunting in the dappled shadows of the Tenmar forest in central Elsweyr. The Clouded is intelligent but stubborn, and will usually cooperate only with a rider it knows well, making them unsuitable as mounts in the Senche-Cavalry.
Doom Wolf Mount Bred for size and savagery from the fierce timber wolves of the southern Jerall Mountains, yet stealthy when necessary, the Doom Wolf has been adopted as the mount of choice by the secretive and deadly Dark Brotherhood. (To be frank, the glowing eyes weighed heavily in their decision.)
Dread-Aurelian Charger With their glowing yellow eyes and flashy golden barding, these veteran steeds serve their Dragon-slaying riders with nobility and style. Be sure to keep some sugar cubes handy—they have a taste for sweets that rivals the Khajiit!
Dro-m'Athra Senche The Senche-shaped dro-m'Athra are known to the Twilight Cantors as the sar-m'Athra, but everyone else just calls these eerie and uncanny mounts the Dro-m'Athra Senche. Now, for a limited time, you too can look like you just rode out of the Maw of Lorkhaj!
Dwarven Spider Of all the Dwemer animunculi, the Dwarven Spider is perhaps the most familiar and iconic! This versatile construct comes in several variations, and the best of all is this vamidium, or mechanical mount. Wait till they see you clank into town on this thing!
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.
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.
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!
Egg Hunter’s Horse The many multicolored eggs of Tamriel are valuable for their differing alchemical properties, and this makes the Egg Hunter's job a profitable one, especially in the spring. Add this mount to your stable today!
Elder Dragon Hunter Horse With Dragons on the loose in Elsweyr, a modern cadre of Dragon Hunters have sprung up to hunt them down. Their mounts are sturdy and fearless.
Fang Lair Courser In Fang Lair, not even ancient warriors' steeds are safe from reanimation by necromancers! Though to be fair, if you're looking for 'grimly impressive," look no further—this is the mount for you.
Frost Mare With its icy gaze and steaming breath, the frigid Frost Mare seems carved from the very glaciers of Skyrim. Its exact origin is unknown, but the Mages Guild believes it may originally have come from Takubar, the plane of origin of Cold Flame Atronachs.
Gloam Wolf 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.
Golden Eye Guar The golden eye is a crossbreed of banded and wild guar, as fearsome as it is intelligent and difficult to control. This breed of guar is fiercely loyal and bonds to its rider, refusing to allow anyone else to mount it. Training a golden eye requires a firm hand, but once one of these spirited mounts learns to respect its rider, it responds to directions very nearly before they are given, exhibiting an almost telepathic connection with its rider.
Goutfang Senche-Raht 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.
Great Elk 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 deride this claim, saying it was really all their idea. But you just want a majestic mount with a built-in hat-rack, so who cares?
Hammerfell Camel This is the stoic, hard-working beast that riders in the wastes of Hammerfell count on to survive. Camel mounts are tall, tough as nails—and if matters come to a fight, they're just plain mean. Bonus: a camel is the only mount so ornery, it spits!
Hearthfire Kagouti The Hearthfire Kagouti appears to be a sort of magical hybrid, a wizard's experimental melding of a carnivorous reptile and a flame atronach. Not exactly subtle, this is definitely a mount for someone who wants to make an impression!
Highland Wolf Mount The brown Highland Wolf is common in the Colovian hills and in Cyrodiil's Great Forest, where wild packs are feared by farmers and shepherds. But foresters have domesticated the beasts and, bred for size, use them as steeds. Quick, nimble, and enduring, the foresters swear by them, and call them ideal woodland mounts.
Hist Guar In Black Marsh this mount is called Scales-Seem-Daubed-with-Hist-Sap, but the rest of Tamriel just calls it the Hist Guar. It is the only subspecies of guar known to enjoy music, so feel free to take it with you right into the tavern! No one will complain.
Ice Wolf The Ice Wolf of the far north can grow to tremendous size—which is probably why the Nords of Hjaalmarch decided to ride them. Domesticating giant Ice Wolves wasn't an easy task, but it's just the kind of challenge a Nord loves. Too fierce for you? Milk-drinker!
Ice Wolf The Ice Wolf of the far north can grow to tremendous size—which is probably why the Nords of Hjaalmarch decided to ride them. Domesticating giant Ice Wolves wasn't an easy task, but it's just the kind of challenge a Nord loves. Too fierce for you? Milk-drinker!
Imperial War Horse When the Empire of Cyrodiil was at its height, the Imperial Legion Cavalry rode these chalk-white chargers into battle beneath the red diamond banner.
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
Kagouti Do you want them to remember the mount you rode in on? 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?
Karthwolf Charger In the valley of the Karth River, the Reach clans have domesticated the fierce ice wolves, which they have bred for size and endurance to serve as mounts—a fearsome sight indeed!
Khaj Necromancer’s Steed Many masters of the art of necromancy find this horse suits their taste exceedingly well, especially since it possesses no fear of the undead that often surround necromancers. It calls to you, does it not?
Kynbound Senche-Panther Known as steeds of the Dremora, Kynbound Senche-Panthers have found their way into service as mounts for those who have some ties to the Dremora. Perhaps that's you?
Legendary Dragon Horse Hunters riding these valiant steeds are often the first on the scene of a Dragon attack. With its ornate, jade-accented barding, and its fierce loyalty to its rider, this steed is a must-have for any veteran Dragon Hunter.
Legion Zero Destrier By forcing their steeds to consume the Blood of Coldharbour, the traitorous soldiers of Legion Zero created a war horse unlike any other. Adorned with fearsome barding and their sullen red colors, this is truly a mount to be feared.
Lustrous Nix Ox 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.
Manelord Nightmare Senche King of the Nightmare Pride, this night-black senche-tiger has burning paws and flames hissing from its face; rumor says Mehrunes Dagon is responsible. Decide for yourself!
Masked Bear Both swift and strong, the Masked Bear of the Jerall Mountains is a popular mount along the high passes between Bruma and Falkreath. They're particularly common in the region around Pale Pass; mountain travelers leave offerings for them at "bear bars" along the trail, which is how they may have come to be domesticated.
Masqued "Unicorn" Steed Is that the famed and incredibly-rare creature of legend, the true Unicorn from Hircine's Oblivion realm of the Hunting Grounds? …Well, no, it's a horse with a golden horn attached to its forehead. But the effect—it's just so magical!
Meridian Sabre Cat "Some accounts of Meridia's plane of the Colored Rooms describe a menagerie of light-imbued spectral beasts elevated from Nirn and 'purified' by the Lady's holy light." —Sayings of Valasha
Mind-Shriven Horse The horrors that have fallen on the Imperial City affect mounts as well as mortals. With its equine psyche stolen by Daedric magic, the mind-shriven horse is a docile yet terrifying steed.
Nightfall Sabre Cat Looking for a steed that's both fierce and impressive? The Reachmen of the upper Karth valley, who train them as mounts, claim that the Nightfall Sabre Cat is sacred to the Daedric Prince Nocturnal. (Riding Skill does not affect this mount's appearance.)
Mind-Shriven Wolf "You might think Mind-Shriven Wolves are fragile beasts, but their environment has instilled within them a hidden strength."—Warlock Aldaale
Nightmare Courser This flame-wreathed steed, black as the pits of Oblivion, is hungry for the chaos of war. Many conflicting legends surround its mysterious origins, but all agree on one thing: only the mighty could hope to control such a beast.
Nightmare Stick Horse Ride a stick mount that symbolizes your fiery dreams of all-consuming doom. Complete with flaming mane, tail, and eyes, this thrice-cursed novelty horse makes your stick-riding experience one for the books … of burning horror!
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. Taking it to the World Above? Keep it well lubricated and it'll carry you anywhere!
Noble Riverhold Senche-Lion The pastoral tribes of northern Anequina need reliable mounts upon which to follow their herds of livestock, and none are more dependable than the prides of Senche-Lions bred near Riverhold, feline steeds so brave and loyal they're called "Noble."
Packlord Nightmare Wolf Lord of the Nightmare Pack, this night-black Wolf mount has burning paws and flames hissing from its face and tail; can anyone doubt that its origin must be Mehrunes Dagon's plane of the Deadlands?
Painted Wolf In the rugged badlands of central Hammerfell, even camels struggle to maneuver across the broken terrain. But wolves can go where even camels cannot, so the roving Redguards of the canyon lands have bred the local Painted Wolves into sure-footed mounts.
Pale Velothi Guar This stalwart mount comes from the ash-lands downwind of the volcanoes of the Velothi Mountains, and is well adapted to surviving under the harshest of conditions. And your darker adventuring outfits contrast well against its pale hide!
Palomino Horse Handsome, strong, and swift, the palomino is favored by couriers and sportsmen. It was originally bred by the Colovians of the West Weald as a hardy courser for scouts and skirmishers, but soon became a fashionable favorite among the nobility, who vie for foals from the finest bloodlines. The Counts of Skingrad insist their coaches must be drawn by teams of matched palominos—no other breed will do.
Piebald Destrier Staunch and vigorous, this patterned war-horse is known for its courage and tenacity. Allow it to take you to your next adventuring destination!
Pride-King Lion The Pride-King Lions are the top predators on the savannahs of northern Elsweyr. No one but the Khajiiti, with their feline intuitions, could have persuaded these proud beasts to serve as mounts. Are you strong-willed enough to control one of these majestic beasts?
Pyre Watch Jackal Long ago, the secretive Pyre Watch bred local jackals into mounts, allowing them to move swiftly as they patrolled their cursed caverns. Now this nimble and fleet pale steed can be yours!
Sabre Cat The Sabre Cats of Northern Tamriel are possibly even more powerful than their southern Senche cousins. They're certainly more feral and difficult to domesticate. That didn't stop the Nords of Falkreath from breaking and training them to serve as mounts!
Sabre Cat Frost Atronach A Frost Mage of Clan Direnni spent her entire life perfecting a spell to permanently summon a Frost Atronach in the shape of a Sabre Cat. (Why? Who knows? Balfiera Island is a strange place.)
Scorched Alley Howler Taken from the crime-ridden back streets of Senchal and raised by scavengers, this mount lost an eye while defending its rider from pursuing guards. Now wearing a patch, the Howler is an ideal mount for doers of deadly deeds.
Senche-Cougar The cliffs and escarpments of east central Elsweyr are the home of the nimble and sure-footed Senche-Cougars, who prowl the rocks hunting goats and marmots. Inevitably, they've been domesticated by their feline cousins, the Khajiit.
Senche-Leopard The Senche-Leopard was bred for bearing an armed warrior while slinking through the steamy jungles of Pellitine. But Khajiiti riders found it had broader applicability, and use it both as a fast courser for couriers, and as an elegant town mount for young Elsweyr nobles.
Senche-Lioness These fierce and powerful mounts hail from the broad savannahs of Anequina.
Shadowghost Guar Blending in with the shifting gray ash clouds on the slopes of Red Mountain, the Shadowghost Guar are the only known nocturnal breed of the species, and thus are rarely seen, even by the native Dark Elves. This makes them one of the most distinctive and desirable mounts in Morrowind—and beyond.
Shadowghost Horse Shadowghost Horses are never bred, only found, and then only on misty nights when both moons are dark. Then they are summoned from beyond by hooded Shadowghost Wranglers, roped and saddled and broken for riding by ordinary mortals. No, really!
Shadowghost Senche An oversized breed of black senche-panthers, the Shadowghost Senche is said by the Khajiit to be sacred—or rather unholy—to Namiira the Great Darkness, who sends them as mounts to bear away those who are doomed to die. Dare you ride one of these dark cats in the dead of night?
Shadowghost Wolf Unlike nearly all other wolves, the Shadowghost Wolf has no pack and lives a solitary life, haunting lonely moors and wastelands, appearing only at night and rarely then. Some doubt it is a real creature of the mortal plane at all.
Silver Dawn Argent Charger Werewolf hunting is a dirty and largely thankless business, but when a Silver Dawn member mounts their resplendent Argent Charger, they feel like the hero they really are. Sure, it's showy, but as a defender of society against the vicious, you deserve it.
Skyfire Guar This guar's bright colors were once thought to indicate that it was poisonous to touch, but it was found to be relatively harmless by an adventuresome rider. Caution! Patience is needed to bring this obstinate mount to heed.
Skyterror Dragonslayer Horse Dragon Hunters, take heed! This mount has received elite training that enables it to fearlessly stand fast even in Dragon breath. Some claim that the final, secret test of these mounts is what imbues their eyes with a blue glow.
Snow Bear The Snow Bear makes a superior mount for northern climes, as it's undaunted by even the fiercest winter weather. It's also trained to carry warriors into battle: just watch its black eyes sparkle at the prospect of good fight!
Snow-Blanket Sorrel Horse This handsome breed of horse is native to the Colovian Highlands of Cyrodiil, and is a common sight from Chorrol to Bruma. The Snow-Blanket Sorrel is known for its intelligence, high spirits, and the bright, white markings on its hindquarters.
True Ghost Horse Not a spectre, not a zombie, not a horse of a spooky color—the True Ghost Horse is the actual haunting shade of a deceased mount, returned from beyond the equine grave. Bonus: no need to muck out its stall!
Wasseek Horse-Lizard Only the Wasseek-haleel would breed such a colorful and sweet-natured horse-lizard. Ideal for those times when you're wandering through Murkmire, looking for trouble to quash.
White-Gold Imperial Courser Created after years of intensive breeding, the White-Gold Imperial Courser is said to be the loveliest horse in all of Tamriel. With its almost ethereal beauty, these horses have been owned by only the wealthiest riders—until now!
White Spotted Courser Bred for speed and battle, the White Spotted Courser holds a special place in the hearts of war historians due to their prominence as cavalry mounts in the Battle of Dragon Wall.
Winter Garland Dapple Gray This festive horse is sure to spread holiday cheer—with bells on! The proud owner of such a steed can be almost assured that they have the handsomest horse in town.
Witch Knight Charger During their invasion of High Rock, the Reachmen were profoundly impressed by the power and splendor of the Breton mounted knights, and decided to breed their own hardy northern steeds to the same size as those mighty war horses. They succeeded!
Zombie Horse Mannimarco's Order of the Black Worm must be responsible for the re-animated Zombie Horse, as it was first seen in Cyrodiil as a Worm Anchorite's mount. But what else would you ride when dressed as a Scarecrow Spectre?

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Admire Me Have you triumphed against the odds? Throw your arms wide to call attention to the fact that YOU are the most awesome being within three provinces!
Brassy Assassin Feeling the need to get your snark on? Emulate the distinctive attitude of a certain bold and brassy Morag Tong assassin with this brash and irreverent personality—and just hope she finds it flattering rather than irritating!
Commander Personality Your haughty air of authority will show everyone who's boss. "A commander must project confidence and mastery, or no one will want to obey her orders. Behave as if you're the one making the rules, not following them. Walk like you own the place, and stand like an Emperor." —Magus-General Septima Tharn
Drunk Personality Thish ish gonna make you wobble an' weave like you're intoxit … inebriash … drunk ash a skunk. It even worksh on High Elves.
Duchess "One may have to associate with individuals of low degree, but that's no reason for vulgar behavior, indelicate gestures, or poor posture. And if one must preen and flirt, then it should be done in a ladylike manner. Class always tells, don't you think?" —Duchess Olivie Delrusc
Muscle Flex You are the strongest adventurer around. Show off your mighty thews for all to admire!
Jester Personality Whether you're feeling flamboyant and theatrical, or just ready to jape and jeer at the world, adopt the mocking mannerisms of the Jester and poke some fun at those who take life too seriously. Time to yuk it up!
Soul Gem, Parchment, Clippers Emote Pack Players can now play with or against each other using this emote pack! 'All right, Soul Gem beats Clippers, Clippers beat Parchment, Parchment beats Soul Gem. Ready? Go!"
The Scholar Ever notice how everyone in Tamriel keeps a journal? Now you can show the world that you're making your own scholarly record of your adventures and the deeds of those around you. Perhaps the pen is mightier than the sword.
Swashbuckler You've braved dangerous waters and seedy back-alleys. Now, on land or sea, your telltale swagger marks you as someone who's comfortable in all manner of deadly environments!
Thief Personality Sidling suspiciously around town? Go stealthy! 'If you're going to sneak, for the love of Tava don't do it half-heartedly. Hide! Be furtive! Lurk like you mean it! Because I'm done bailing you out of the Abah's Watch lock-up." —Zeira of the Thieves Guild
Treasure Hunter Personality As a Treasure Hunter, forever poking around in shadowy nooks and crannies for loose gems, lost journals, and hidden levers, what could be more important to you than your trusty ever-burning torch? Never again be lost in the dark without it!
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Abecean Ratter Cat The Abecean Ratter is famed from Hegathe to Woodhearth as a prime rodent-catcher. No mere housecats, Ratters have been known to take down Skeevers twice their size. They are a favorite of sailors, and the most common ship's cats among both merchants and pirates.
Alabaster Jerboa Need some happiness in your day? The Alabaster Jerboa is your answer. Its hopping and air-dancing acrobatics can bring a smile to even the grumpiest Dark Elf.
Alinor Ringtail "Cute little thing, isn't it? 'Course, what I care about is that a Ringtail, properly trained, can get into places no one else can, and carry out small items in their cheek pouches. Lost goods, as it were, or misplaced valuables. Right?"—Fenaanaral
Alik'r Dune-Hound Game is scarce amid the dunes of the Alik'r Desert, and tracking prey across the sands is no simple task. The Redguards often describe hunger with the saying "as starved as a hunter with no Dune-Hound" for good reason—these loyal beasts are experts at finding food and water in the shifting sands when no one else can.
Alinor Ringtail "Cute little thing, isn’t it? ‘Course, what I care about is that a Ringtail, properly trained, can get into places no one else can, and carry out small items in their cheek pouches. Lost goods, as it were, or misplaced valuables. Right?' —Fenaanaral
Alliance War Dog War Dogs can be found in the armies of all three Alliances, mainly in the capacity of aides to the military police. They are as loyal to their masters as they are savage to their enemies.
Amber Ash Hopper The perky Amber Ash Hopper is a favorite pet of Dunmer expatriates, as it's relatively low maintenance (it digs its own hole in the ground), and it reminds the Dark Elves of home on the slopes of Red Mountain.
Ancient Dragon Hunter Wolf This wolf senses the impending arrival of Dragons, making it an excellent pet for veteran Dragon Hunters.
Ascadian Cliff Strider This bluish breed of Vvardenfell aerial reptile, known as the Azure or Ascadian Cliff Strider, is prized by flying-lizard fanciers as the prettiest and most ornamental of its species. Bonus: its screech terrifies crying babies into silence.
Baby Netch What could be more appealing than a hovering football-sized odorous gas bag trailing a half-dozen squirming tentacles? Once this young Netch calf imprints on a master, it will follow him or her anywhere, floating along and tootling happily.
Badger Ruff Echalette Most Echalettes are docile and fawn-like, but not the Badger Ruff breed, which are strangely fierce and irritable. They're so ornery they've been known to chase away inquisitive Sabre Cats.
Bal Foyen Nix-Hound Who says a giant, aggressive, blood-sucking insect can't make a loveable pet? Not the Dark Elves of Bal Foyen, who breed them as trackers, watch-hounds, and netch-deflators. Befriend one of these twitchy little arthropods, and it'll follow you everywhere!
Banekin Summoning a banekin is easy, but controlling one—well, that's a different story. These vicious little Daedra struggle against their masters, always trying to escape their bonds to cause chaos and destruction. If you like causing chaos and destruction, it just may be your ideal companion! Take our advice and leave it outside when you visit the tavern, though.
Bitter Coast Cliff Strider Thetys Ramarys of Balmora says, "Isn't it adorable? I love our Bitter Coast Cliff Striders, but feel bad that they can't fly well. So I'm breeding them into a strain that, one day, will dominate the Vvardenfell skies, pursuing its prey for great distances!"
Black Bear Cub The Black Bear Cub is both playful and affectionate, and so adorable it's quickly forgiven for whatever trouble it gets into. It's also quite good at avoiding whatever dangers its master happens to encounter, so don't be afraid to let it tag along on your adventures!
Black Cat "Are all black cats spies of the Mistress of Shadows? Perhaps. Certainly this black cat knows things you cannot know, and sees things you cannot see. But that is the nature of all black cats, is it not?" –The Crow Mother, Nether-Niece of Nocturnal.
Blue Oasis Dragon Frog The comical Blue Oasis Dragon Frog is native to Hew's Bane, and before they were bred as pets and widely exported, they could be found only on that Hammerfell peninsula. These little bug-eaters are popular mascots at open-air taverns, and can be trained to puff out small flames to light Bosmeri bug-smoke pipes.
Blue Shock Nixad The rare and colorful Shock Nixad looks rather like a tiny, winged Storm Atronach, though without the whirling electric rocks. They make loyal companions—though they may also make your hair stand on end!
Bravil Retriever This scrappy little beast will be your friend for a lifetime, especially if you want to share that tasty-looking haunch of meat you have there. The Bravil Retriever is a master skeever-hunter, a strong swimmer, and clever to boot. They may be a bit difficult to house-train, but who cares when you're always on the road?
Breton Terrier Originally bred to find and kill rats on the docks of the Iliac Bay, the Breton Terrier has found a place in the hearts and minds of many Tamrielics due to its joyful and wriggly behavior. Let one bring joy into your own life!
Brimstone Nixad The legend among the underworld explorers of the Undaunted is that these little incendiary sprites are responsible for lighting all the candles, torches, and lanterns found burning underground, flying ahead of adventurers to ignite them in the dark.
Bristleneck War Boar Originally from Solstheim, this tempestuous boar exists in two modes: hungry and hungrier! Given that it can carry gear, though, providing it with its favorite fungi is a small matter.
Coldsnap Durzog Pup Young durzogs acquired from the Coldsnap goblin tribe are temperamental and require a firm hand. After you've established firm boundaries with this creature, though, its loyalty is boundless.
Colovian Badger Though Badgers mainly eat burrowing rodents, farmers hate them because they'll take chickens, kwama scribs, and bantam guar if they get the chance. Cranky and irritable, they make terrible pets—which is why they're favorites among the Undaunted.
Coral Mudcrab Native to Summerset Isle, the gaudy Coral Mudcrab has elaborate coral growths on its back, as well as a claw that looks comically over-sized but which is surprisingly functional. Count fingers after petting.
Craglorn Welwa "'Cute'? What use have I for 'cute'? I am Undaunted—give me a monster!" Credit for the irresponsible and foolhardy project of domesticating the Craglorn Welwa is usually claimed by the Iron Orcs, who were looking for ways to prove they're "more bad-tusk" than the Orcs of Wrothgar or Skyrim.
Daedrat When adopting a pet, go for the rescue critter! This scurrying vermin from Oblivion would be lost in the vastness of Nirn without a loyal companion and guide. Even a Daedric rodent needs a friend.
Desert Lynx The Desert Lynx, or caracal lynx, is native to south central Tamriel, roaming the savannahs from Corinthe in Elsweyr as far north as the West Weald in Cyrodiil. It's the totem animal of the pastoral Khajiiti tribes, and even assists with managing the herds—when it's not being spoiled rotten for being so darned cute.
Elder Dragon Hunter Wolf Pup A traditional gift to successful Dragon Hunters, this pup exhibits the same courage that these hunters must have, and also reminds them of the lives they're protecting with their ongoing work.
Fawn Echalette 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.
Fennec Fox Native to the wastes of Hammerfell, the fennec fox has been domesticated by many of its desert peoples, and makes an alert and loyal pet. The wily fennec is revered as a creature that survives in harsh conditions, and even thrives there. It is the family totem of the Moguls of Taneth, and their famous cavalry rides under a fennec fox banner.
Fiendroth 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. And it's friendly, too—in its way.
Firepet Spider 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 as "Firepets'—but how? Better get one while you still can.
Freckled Guar Known in Deshaan as loyal pals, the Freckled is the most intelligent breed of guar. They can be taught to come when called, and a few have actually been house-trained! Not impressed? Then just look at that smile!
Frost Atronach Bear Cub 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.
Frost Atronach Kagouti Calf 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.
Frost Atronach Pony 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!
Frost Atronach Senche Cub 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.
Frost Atronach Wolf Pup 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.
Ghostly Housecat According to Nibenese legend, a house where its owner was murdered will by haunted by the shade of their cat, sent from beyond by Lord Hollowjack to torment the killer with eternal shame and guilt.
Gloam Wolf Cub Hailing from Nocturnal's Oblivion realm of Evergloam, the Gloam Wolf Cub seems to oscillate like an optical illusion between adorable and sinister.
Great Daenian Hound The Great Daenians are gigantic hounds bred as protectors and companions by the Beldama Wyrd coven. Despite their size and strength, they are surprisingly gentle except when roused to the defense of their masters.
Haj Mota Hatchling Though it may someday grow into a horrific face-eating behemoth, when it's young the Haj Mota Hatchling is undeniably cute. For a while, they are trainable, come when called, and happily waddle after their masters wherever they may go. Do not hand feed.
Hallin’s Jackal After news of the Seventh Legion's presence near Hallin's Stand spread, several Evermore citizens moved quickly to protect some at-risk fauna, among them a breed of easily domesticated jackals. Now one of these fierce companions can roam at your side.
Hearthfire Hatchling Hearthfire Hatchlings, which are found only in an orphaned state, appear to be the offspring of a normal kagouti and one of the Hearthfire variety. Driven away by ordinary kagouti, these hatchlings are in urgent need of adoption!
Helkarn Wolf Pup The pups of the Helkarn Wolves from Elsweyr are almost as sociable with people as dog puppies, so they get a lot of attention when young. This probably contributes to their docility as mounts when full grown.
Helstrom Ancestor Lizard Some scholars believe Argonians are descended—or were uplifted—from these tree-dwelling swamp lizards. True or not, they make great pets, affectionate and low-maintenance, and they'll keep your house bug-free.
Ice Nixad There is some debate among naturalists as to whether the Ice Nixad is a separate breed that is mainly seen in the winter because it hibernates during the warm months, or whether it's just a winter phase of ordinary Nixads that sometimes stays year-round.
Imperial War Mastiff Mastiffs are the most common breed used by the Imperial Legions as battle dogs. The Imperial War Mastiff in particular is the mascot and symbol of the storied Second Legion, headquartered in peacetime in the vicinity of Bruma.
Infernal Sep Adder Though it may look like it just crawled from the depths of the Deadlands, the Infernal Sep Adder is actually native to the higher altitudes of Hammerfell. As pets, they are … not exactly affectionate. Great conversation starters, though. Wear heavy gauntlets when handling.
Ja'khajiit Raz "Sweet young things like to give this one kittens as keepsakes," says Eye of the Queen Razum-dar, "but raising a pet is not consistent with Raz's romantic but itinerant life of intrigue. Perhaps you could give this cute Ja'khajiit a good home, yes?"
Jackdaw Daedrat The planes of Oblivion are infinite in their variation—and so are their vermin. The Jackdaw Daedrat is a bony Daedric rodent that likes to collect shiny things like your jewelry, and nip and nibble at things it shouldn't. But at least it's cute, right?
Karthwolf Shepherd The Reachmen use their domesticated ice wolves to protect their clans' livestock. They also keep the herds healthy, as the Karthwolves themselves will cull out the weaklings.
Kindlespit Dragon Frog The common or Kindlespit Dragon Frog is an engagingly preposterous little pal whose antics never fail to amuse. Hammerfell tales say the huge Dragons of legend were all transformed by an ancient curse into these tiny flame-puffing hoppers. True? Maybe not—but it's a great conversation-starter down at the tavern.
Larval Yaghra The young of most creatures are cute, even adorable—but 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.
Legendary Dragon Wolf 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.
Madcap Jester Monkey Say, why does this mischievous little chum look at you funny? It must be your face! Ook ook! Ah, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
Markarth Bear-Dog Bear-Dogs are such fierce and courageous fighters, the hunters of Western Skyrim use small packs of them to pursue wild bears. The Bear-Dogs track, corner, and harry the bears until the hunters can arrive with their spears. Afterward the dogs trot home alongside their masters to share in the subsequent feast.
Meridian Sabre Cub "Our Lady of the Infinite Energies, Strict but Fair Arbiter of Inner Luminance, grant unto thy most devoted worshiper a sign of thy radiant favor, mayhap a loveable, glowing Sabre Cat cub." —Sayings of Valasha
Milady's White Cat White cats are sacred to Dibella, the Lady of Love, and all white cats are said to be her representatives in the animal kingdom. A House of Dibella will typically have three or four milk-white cats within its walls. Skeevers beware!
Mind-Shriven Scamp "The Mind-Shriven Scamp is an unusual specimen. Generally you find them among other mind-shriven creatures, but some addled folk have started including them in their entourage. Peculiar, at best."—Warlock Aldaale
Mint Swamp Jelly A popular pet among the Saxhleel that will remind you of your adventures in Murkmire! Though the Argonians claim that they name each breed of Black Marsh Swamp Jelly for its hue rather than its taste, there's no denying that the Mint Jelly does have a gratifyingly refreshing flavor.
Moonlight Senche-Tiger The Moonlight Senche-Tigers have been the sleek and silvery guardians of the Khajiiti temples of the moons ever since the revelation of the Riddle'Thar. The Moon Bishops say that the Moonlight Senche just … knows things of which no other tiger is aware.
New Moon Bear Cub This cub from the Cult of the New Moon will happily trundle along behind you as long as you keep it well-fed.
New Moon Guar Calf The Cult of the New Moon keeps a number of different creatures around, including guars. Due to a peculiarity in its breeding, this guar tries to sing along whenever it hears someone singing. Only dogs can hear it do so, however.
New Moon Pony A handful of daring merchants stole some pack animals from the Cult of the New Moon, and they claim these ponies are as nimble as goats to the point of even climbing trees. Apple orchard farmers beware!
New Moon Senche Cub Though this cub wears the signature barding of the Cult of the New Moon, it acts just like a kitten. Which is to say, you might need to train it to avoid rubbing its head and scratchy barding against your cheek.
New Moon Wolf Pup Cult of the New Moon pups haven't quite grown out of their youthful exuberance, which make them fun travel companions. They often stalk shadows, seeking to destroy them.
Nightmare Senche Cub Despite the fact that this night-black senche-tiger cub has burning paws and flaming eyes, it's so adorable it might be a nightmare you never want to awaken from! Sweet dreams….
Nightmare Wolf Cub "Be scared—be very scared!" say this pup's big fiery eyes. "Please?" But no matter how much it tries to frighten like a grown-up Nightmare Wolf, this flaming fuzzball is still completely adorable.
Northern Lynx Native to Tamriel's northern forests, in the wild the Lynx lives on a diet of rabbits, hares, and skeevers. Domesticated, the brown Northern Lynx makes a dignified and stylish animal companion, popular with the Nord aristocracy. However, if the neighbors have small dogs, don't be surprised if at night they mysteriously disappear.
Pedlar Pack Pony In their travels, the Baandari Pedlars have shown off their pack ponies to the delight of children everywhere. Recently they began selling them, and now children put even more pressure on parents to acquire them.
Pedlar Pack Senche-Lion Cub To prepare their Senche-Lion mounts, the Baandari Pedlars train them with full gear as cubs. Despite the tack, these cubs pounce and play as kittens do.
Pedlar Pack Spider The Baandari Pedlars first used these repurposed mechanized spiders to help retrieve things that got lost in crevices and the like. For the right price, they may sell you one.
Pedlar Pack Wolf Cub Even the pups receive the full Baandari Pedlar tack treatment! These wolf cubs are often seen chasing each other around those seeking wares from the Pedlars, sometimes tripping up customers until they're trained to know better.
Pale-Plume Fledgling Gryphon Less common than the usual variety, the Pale-Plume Gryphons are found only along the seacoast cliffs near the Tower of Dusk in southeast Summerset. Their Fledglings make engaging pets that can be trained to follow their masters even into danger.
Plum Swamp Jelly The Plum Swamp Jelly is the rarest of the so-called "Flavor" Jellies, and seeing one is considered by many Argonians to be a sign of good fortune. It's not at all unusual for an Argonian to wear a Plum Jelly's feeler as a "Good Luck Tentacle."
Pocket Mammoth The Orcs of Wrothgar originally bred Pocket Mammoths small in order to make them more manageable as livestock, but Orcs will be Orcs: a few ranches got raided, some of the little trunkers escaped, and they began breeding in the wild. Fortunately, they're easily domesticated, especially if you get one when it's young.
Pocket Watcher "Some keep so-called Pocket Watchers as pets, playing off the name of those Pocket Mammoths seen in Wrothgar. Even at their smaller size? Still not the wisest move. Small Daedra are still Daedra, after all, and thus beyond our ken."—Warlock Aldaale
Prong-Eared Grimalkin Prong-Eared Grimalkins are widely regarded as having supernatural powers thanks to their ability to appear almost instantly when a container of cat food is opened, and to fit themselves into boxes that seem entirely too small for them.
Psijic Domino Pig Originally bred on the Isle of Artaeum, the black-and-white Domino Pig is so smart it can count to five and learn to recognize its name. It's a favorite animal companion of spellcasters, as it isn't spooked by magic—in fact, it seems to enjoy arcane activity, sitting back and grunting happily as spell effects go off nearby.
Rihad Coffee Scorpion The Coffee Scorpion gets its name from the way they like their kaveh in Rihad: strong, dark, and sweet. (Well, I guess two out of three isn't bad.)
Sabre Cat Cub Sabre Cats are the monarchs of the north, mighty and majestic hunters that rule the wintry plains and tundra by sheer strength and savagery–but, Daedra take it, they sure are cute when they're cubs!
Sanguine's Black Goat A goat bred to take part in Daedric rituals? Nonsense. It's just a goat. Isn't it? But why does it look at you like that? And did it just … whisper? No. That can't be. It's just a goat!
Scamp Need a little mischief in your life? A scamp may be what you're looking for! Mages pull these small Daedra out of Oblivion every day to serve as messengers and perform simple tasks. Make sure to keep a close eye on yours, though—they're known to cause no end of trouble when left to their own devices!
Seht's Dovah-Fly These are clearly fabricants, clockwork simulations of living creatures, with the distinctive appearance of the handiwork of Sotha Sil. But if so, how did they escape Clockwork City? And why do they make such loyal pets? No one knows.
Senche-Lion Cub If you domesticate a Senche-Lion Cub when it's young enough, it will follow you everywhere, no matter how dangerous. And it will remain safe from all harm, while your enemies will burn from the cuteness.
Sep Adder These flying vipers may have short tempers and nasty dispositions, but wait till you see their cute crimson eyes! With time, some of them can even be trained not to inject poison when they bite. Need that nest of skeevers cleared out of your cellar? Here's the perfect pet!
Shadowghost Pony Are they real pets, or the stuff of dreams? It's said that to catch a Shadowghost Pony, one should seek out a cemetery on a dark night during Witches Festival and wait quietly near the grave of a child. Bring a carrot or sweet apple.
Shornhelm Shepherd The noble bloodline of the Shornhelm Shepherd is evident even in the youngest pups. This proud creature was bred for its strength, speed, and unshakable loyalty. Often trained as guard dogs, Shornhelm Shepherds will fiercely defend their master and domain, even to the death. Any hero would be lucky to have such a companion.
Silver Daenian Werewolf Tracker The werewolf hunters of the Silver Dawn rely on the courage and keen noses of these great High Rock hounds to help them track lycanthropes to their lairs. Are these the noblest of all Tamriel’s canines? Could be!
Skeletal Pack Wolf When the Two Moons are full, the undead wolf pack rises from the grave, they point their canine craniums at the sky, and try to howl—but the only sound is a dismal rattling in their bony throats.
Skeletal Pony Guar Shouldn't an animated skeleton always be a thing of fear and revulsion? This necromantic Pony Guar might change your mind about that!
Skeletal Senche-Leopard Is Necromancy always wrong? Not even death can stop this loyal Senche-Leopard from stalking to adventure at your side! Those Worm Cult folks may have a point, after all.
Skyterror Dragonslayer Pup "Sometimes pups hear the call. To defend against claws. To rend wings. When they show up, we train them."—Javinda, Dragonslayer
Small Bone Dragon Construct This construct resembles a great and fearsome Bone Dragon in miniature, but it's actually a product of the Necromancer's art, assembled from modern bird and reptile bones and then reanimated. And no, you can't teach it to play "fetch."
Snow Bear Cub The Snow Bear is known for its fierceness, but its cub is as cute as a bug—maybe two bugs! Even in the direst of circumstances, you're certain to keep your spirits up with a roly-poly Snow Bear Cub tagging at your heels.
Sphynx Lynx The discovery of this "lynx" created waves in noble circles when certain of their number realized they could have a feline around without succumbing to fur-based allergies. Now you see them everywhere.
Spotted Snow Senche-Leopard Even for the elusive Senche-Leopard, the Spotted Snow is a rare variety. Despite its frosty-looking fur, this adorable companion makes for a great cuddle buddy during long winter nights. Mind the claws!
Striped Senche-Panther Many an unwary traveler has met an untimely end at the claws of a Senche-Panther under the thick canopies of Valenwood. This solitary distant relative of the Khajiit has an uncanny intelligence and rarely befriends Men or Elves, but it remains a lifelong companion to any it deems worthy.
Sunspire Ice-Fire Senche-Cub Before ice-fire senche-lions become mounts, they start as adorable cubs. But be careful! These cute creatures still require careful handling due to their mix of cold and flame.
Sylvan Nixad Once a common sight in Cyrodiil's Great Forest, the red Sylvan Nixad is now most often encountered in the glades and meadows of the Gold Coast. Once tamed, they make charming companions, loyal and easy to care for. But they like their food highly seasoned, so when cooking, don't leave them alone in the kitchen near the spice rack.
Turquoise Nixad Scholars think the iridescent blue Turquoise Nixad must have inherent magical properties, because those wings certainly aren't big enough to enable it to fly. Yet fly it does, flitting about like a beautiful human-shaped hummingbird moth. They live on a diet of treacle and poetry.
Unholy Glow Bone Dragon This necromantic construct of reanimated bones resembles a gruesome Bone Dragon, one so charged with unholy power that it emits an uncanny blue glow. Needless to say, this is the perfect pet for anyone who professes to follow the ancient Dragon Cult.
Vvardvark The Common, or Demotic Vvardvark has become, in just a few short years, an everyday sight on the island of Vvardenfell. But where did they come FROM? Popular opinion points the finger at the wizards of House Telvanni—but they get blamed for everything strange.
White River Ice Wolf Pup The Ice Wolves that lope along the White River of northeast Skyrim are associated with both the goddess Mara and the Wolf Totem of Atmora—but it's mighty hard to think about their mythic stature when you're rolling around in the snow with an Ice Wolf Puppy. Wurf!
White-Gold Imperial Pony The White-Gold Imperial Pony was said to have made its debut as the birthday present for a noble's daughter, though which family can claim this prestige for themselves is still hotly debated by the aristocrats of Cyrodiil.
Witch’s Infernal Familiar Equipped with a hat, this black cat makes its way in the world at your side, leaving little fiery pawprints behind as it goes.
Wrothgar Buck Goat The Orcs of Wrothgar have a hardy breed of goats well-suited to the area's rugged terrain and changeable climate. Each goatherd particularly prizes his herd's master Buck Goat; these tend to be both intelligent and pugnacious, good animal companions.

 

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Draugr Polymorph Join the legions of the undead and crawl from the tomb with this magical illusion that transforms your appearance into that of a long-dead Nord. Icy skin, vacant undead eyes, and ancient Nord armor complete the look—no one will be able to tell it's you!
Dread Anka-Ra Polymorph When Emperor Tarish-Zi returned out of the mists of the past, his ancient warriors rose from the dead to serve him as the stony Anka-Ra, undead that seemed hewn from rock itself. You want people to take you seriously? This could be a good look for you.
Ebony Epidermis Skin Never trust an alchemist with a Daedric scroll—you might end up with skin that's the color and hardness of Ebony! Unless you think that's a good idea, in which case, we've literally got you covered.
Factotum Polymorph Set aside the imperfections of meat and bone, adopt the perfected form of a Factotum, and move with clockwork precision.
Mind-Shriven This skin gives the wearer the appearance of those tragic mortals whose will and mentality have been stolen by Molag Bal. Do you seek to blend into their number while traversing Coldharbour? Now you can!
Pumpkin Spectre Shor's bones! A Pumpkin Spectre is like a horrific figure from a skooma-induced nightmare! And with this costume, the wearer can take on the chilling semblance of these dread monsters.
Scarecrow Spectre Tis the season when terrible tales come to true life! The dark magic that makes a spectre animate a scarecrow is thought to be related to those spells that create lurchers from spriggans. Wherever they come from, this costume enables the wearer to assume the guise of one of these Scarecrow Spectres.
The Blood-Forged Skin Blood. Nirncrux. Iron. Combined with the unholy rites of the Reachmen at the Bloodroot Forge, the result is a clinker-cracked, glowing-hot skin like no other: the Blood-Forged!
Warrior-Poet Tattoos Show your devotion to the Protector of Vvardenfell: this bundle includes the Warrior-Poet tattoo markings for both face and body. Vehk yourself!
Werewolf Lord Polymorph Don the Werewolf Lord polymorph, and show them who's the big dog! Wear Hircine's Gift with pride as the savage leader of the lycanthrope pack. Time to howl!
Wraith of Crows Polymorph Feeling grim and dark? Pay homage to Nocturnal the Night Mistress by assuming the appearance of her horrific half-bird servant!

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Ezabi the Banker This Alfiq banker stands ready to fulfill your personal banking needs—except in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, which make her nervous.
Fezez the Merchant This Alfiq merchant buys your non-stolen wares as often as you need him to—but not in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, which Fezez avoids due to "considerations of extreme danger."