Vale Sabre Cat
Vale Sabre Cats are large, hostile cats with sizable teeth. They are very dangerous and will attack wildlife and people without hesitation, often ignoring the former in favor of the latter. They're found in the Forgotten Vale of Skyrim. Vale Sabre Cats carry a disease called Witbane.
Vamidium is the Dwemeris word for "mount". It is used to refer to the many different types of animunculi constructed by the Dwemer for use as steam-powered mechanical mounts. Many of these constructs were made to imitate nature, taking the form of animals commonly used as mounts by the other races of Tamriel. Like other animunculi, vamidiums appear to utilize soul gems or dynamo cores as a power source.
A vampire is a preternatural being, commonly believed to be a reanimated corpse, which consumes the blood of living creatures. The vampires of Tamriel are undead, diseased persons who are hated, hunted, and misunderstood by the living. Whether they consider themselves cursed or blessed, or whether they have given into their animalistic instincts or have sought to rid the world of the disease, vampires are nonetheless considered abominations.
The Vampire Lord is a powerful type of vampire, being much closer to being pure-blooded, although they do not necessarily have to be. Vampire Lords are tall humanoid bat-like creatures with sharp, sometimes poisonous talons and small wings. These creatures can shift between their original forms and the Vampire Lord form at will. They are also capable of using magic, and can also transform themselves into a cloud of bats to pass small distances or even mist to become temporarily invincible.
Vermai are a type of gaunt and sharp-toothed Daedra that serve as dark minions of the lesser Daedra lords. They are aggressive and mindless, and typically attack all who approach. It is said that the Vermai have no thoughts, and therefore cannot fear. They have sometimes responded to attempts at communication, but never in any intelligible way, considered to be one of the most idiotic Daedra.
Those who summon them can control them through pacifying helmets. At some point during the early Second Era, the prodigal student Faindor of Agea Relle summoned Vermai through alchemy to serve him; out of spite, Nerien'eth had those same Daedra torture him. N'Gasta, a servant of Clavicus Vile, summoned Vermai to guard his tower and kept them under control through helmets. The "Vermai Clan" served Zenaida Nacarra, aiding Mehrunes Dagon in his invasion of the Battlespire during the Imperial Simulacrum.
Verminous Fabricants are creations of Sotha Sil that do not appear to be based on any extant creature of Nirn, instead resembling lean bipedal reptiles with long necks, long tails, and a horn on their noses. Their hind legs are made of metal. In addition to being found in the Clockwork City, they were seen attacking Mournhold near the end of the Third Era.
A Voriplasm (or Ooze) is an amorphous blob of sentient green slime, mostly found in Black Marsh, that can strip creatures down to the bone within moments. Voriplasms can then envelop and puppeteer the remaining skeletal structure of their victims as a "voriplasmic corpse". The word for their name in Jel is unknown, but it translates to "death-mud".
Voriplasms, or atleast organisms very similar to them, seem to be capable of forming from unclean locations or diseased creatures, even outside of Black Marsh.
- Variations: Bile Glob, Giant Voriplasm, Monstrous Ooze, Peryite's Glory, Riven Ooze, Spattering Ooze, Swamp Rot
Vulk'esh are creatures of fire and lava that can be found all across High Isle and Amenos. Little is understood about them or their origins. They are known to live in underground volcanic depths, swimming through seas of fire.
It is speculated Vulk'esh eat minerals, but there is no actual evidence for this. Despite their strange morphology, they lay eggs to proliferate. The cooled molten crust of these creatures is known as "Vulk'esh Scoria", and it is believed to have magical properties. Their excrement has a tendency to harden into dense, heavy, igneous coprolites. Ash Hoppers can often be found in their wake.
- Dwarven Horse description in ESO
- An Attack on Mournhold quest in Tribunal
- Noordigloop the Clog
- The Argonian Account, Book 4 — Waughin Jarth
- On Voriplasms — Concordia Mercius of Cyrodilic Collections
- Lady Clarisse Laurent's dialogue in ESO
- Bile Globs, Peryite's Glory, and Spattering Ooze in ESO
- Notes on Vulk'esh — Tarrinore
- Vinilsare's dialogue in ESO: High Isle
- Igneous Coprolite item description in ESO: High Isle
- Anequina Animal Identification and Tasting — Hrodkir Mincemeat
- Vvardenfell Then and Now on the official ESO website
Note: The following references are considered to be unofficial sources. They are included to round off this article and may not be authoritative or conclusive.