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Assistants are summonable NPCs that will follow the player. Similar to pets, they are account-wide items and don't help in combat.

An assistant can be summoned by activating it from the Collections tab, although they cannot be used in Cyrodiil. You can only have one assistant active at a time. Unless noted otherwise, all players in a group can also avail of the assistant's services. Assistants can also be placed as Furnishings in Player Houses, and since they are Collectibles, you may place them in multiple houses simultaneously. When placed, all visitors to your house(s) may use their services.

Baron Jangleplume, the Banker[edit]

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This Blackfeather Court banker wants your shinies … to keep them safe for you, of course! The chaos of Cyrodiil and Battlegrounds are murder on his plumage, so he won't visit you there. When summoned, his services can be used by you and your groupmates.
Baron Jangleplume

Baron Jangleplume is a portable banker, who was made available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns on July 2, 2021.

Ezabi the Banker[edit]

This Alfiq banker stands ready to fulfill your personal banking needs—except in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, which make her nervous.
When summoned, her services can be used by you and your groupmates.
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Ezabi

Ezabi is a portable banker, made available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns on June 6, 2019 shortly after the release of Elsweyr. She does not provide access to Guild banks or stores.

Factotum Commerce Delegate[edit]

Need to sell a few things? Do so with this shiny factotum—except in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, which initiate its retreat protocols. After it's summoned, you and your groupmates can use its services.
Factotum Commerce Delegate
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The Factotum Commerce Delegate is a Factotum who serves as a portable merchant assistant. It can be purchased from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns. It first became available on January 6, 2022. It does not offer repair services like other vendors and has nothing for sale.

Factotum Property Steward[edit]

This factotum exists to serve as your personal banker—except in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, where it shuts down and vanishes to hyperogonal points unknown. After it's summoned, you and your groupmates can use its services.
Factotum Property Steward
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The Factotum Property Steward is a Factotum who serves as a portable banking assistant. It can be purchased from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns. It first became available on January 6, 2022. It does not provide access to Guild banks or stores.

Fezez the Merchant[edit]

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."
When summoned, his services can be used by you and your groupmates.
Fezez the Merchant
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Fezez is a portable merchant, made available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns on June 6, 2019 shortly after the release of Elsweyr. He does not offer repair services like other vendors and has nothing for sale.

Ghrasharog, Armory Assistant[edit]

You and your groupmates can prepare for combat by summoning Ghrasharog to change and save builds outside of your home. He avoids Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, which he swears made him complacent after winning victory upon victory.
Ghrasharog, Armory Assistant
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Gharasharog is a portable Armory Station, made available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns on November 1, 2021 alongside the release of The Deadlands.

Giladil the Ragpicker[edit]

Giladil happily trades items you don't need for useful crafting materials! She doesn't ply her trade in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds because those areas aren't lucrative enough. After she's summoned, you and your groupmates can use her services.

Giladil is a portable Deconstruction Assistant, made available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns on March 29, 2022.

Nuzhimeh the Merchant[edit]

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This alert merchant is on hand whenever she's needed, and will buy any non-stolen goods you or your group offer her. She won't come to Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, though—too dangerous.
When summoned, her services can be used by you and your groupmates.
Nuzhimeh

Nuzhimeh is a portable merchant, available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns. She does not offer repair services like other vendors and has nothing for sale. Nearby players could originally make use of her services, but this was later restricted to group members. She first became available on March 31, 2016.

Peddler of Prizes, the Merchant[edit]

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This Blackfeather Court merchant can relieve you of shiny, non-illicit burdens. She avoids Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, describing them as "unprofitable" and "full of fat-legged giants." When summoned, her services can be used by you and your groupmates.
Peddler of Prizes

Peddler of Prizes is a portable merchant, available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns. She first became available on July 2, 2021.

Pirharri the Smuggler[edit]

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This Baandari Pedlar is on hand whenever she's needed (except in Cyrodiil and Battlegrounds), and will fence any of your goods for you—but she'll take a cut of the profits.
When summoned, her services can only be used by you.
Pirharri the Smuggler

Pirharri the Smuggler is a Khajiit who serves as a portable fence, although making use of her services invokes a 35% fee which regular fences don't have. She also does not offer laundering services. You will receive Pirharri the Smuggler as a reward for completing the Thieves Guild Skill Line and then completing the quest The One That Got Away. Other group members cannot make use of her services, nor can visitors to your home if she is placed there unless they have also unlocked her.

Tythis Andromo, the Banker[edit]

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This aristocratic banker is on hand whenever he's needed, available for all personal banking services—except in Cyrodiil or Battlegrounds, which are far too dangerous for this fellow.
When summoned, his services can be used by you and your groupmates.
Tythis Andromo

Tythis Andromo is a portable banker, available for purchase from the Crown Store for 050005,000 Crowns. He does not provide access to Guild banks or stores. Nearby players could originally make use of his services, but this was later restricted to group members. He first became available on March 31, 2016.

Notes[edit]

There are currently three unused inventory icons for assistants.

Adhazabi Aba-daro
Allaria Erwen the Exporter
Cassus Andronicus the Mercenary
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Baron Jangleplume, the Banker
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Allaria Erwen the Exporter
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Cassus Andronicus
the Mercenary