Arthropods • Bipedals • Camelids • Canines • Cervines • Constructs • Equines • Felines • Heavyweights • Toys • Ursines
- 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?
The Packlord Nightmare Wolf was available in the Crown Store for 3,000 from September 27 to October 1, 2018. Its default name is "Howlfire".
- 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.
The Painted Wolf was available in the Crown Store for ? from July 26 to July 30, 2018. Its default name is "Spots".
- This stalwart mount comes from the ashlands downwind of the volcanoes of the Velothi Mountains, and is well adapted to surviving under the harshest of conditions.
The Pale Velothi Guar is a white guar mount. It was previously sold in the Crown Store for 2,500 from (?) to (?). It is also available as a Legendary-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates. Its default name is "Ash".
- Handsome, strong, and swift, the palomino is favored by couriers and sportsmen.
The Palomino Horse is a golden and white horse mount included with the Gold Edition of ESO. Originally available from the online store and Steam, the Palomino was later featured in the Crown Store for 900 from May 1, 2015 to May 30, 2016. It is also available as an Epic-level reward in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates. Its default name is "Fishystick". Before Update 6, it had the same flavor text as the Sorrel Horse.
- The small equines of the subtropical Pellitine forests have subtle vertical stripes for camouflage under the canopy. They've been crossed with the larger Anequine Mustang to create a striking striped mount, the favorite of the First Corinthe Hussars.
- After the Scorch of Senchal and nearby areas, several prides of senche-lions moved into the area. Enterprising and desperate Khajiit trained some of these fearless creatures to saddle, hoping to bolster their forces against deadly Dragons.
The Pellitine Scorch Senche-Lion is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Sweetvelvet".
- This magical mount was created to provide Psijic Monks with a reliable conjured ride when going to and from the courts of rulers in northern Tamriel. Psijics have little use for such a creature on Artaeum, but summon them out of admiration and affection.
- Staunch and vigorous, this patterned war-horse is known for its courage and tenacity.
- When seen at night, this elk emanates a faint glow, rivaling the unusual color shifts in the northern skies of Skyrim or the glowing fungus of Blackreach's vast caves. Stunning!
The Pineblossom Vale Elk is an upcoming mount. Its default name is "Skyshimmer".
- Riders of these senche-panthers often find their welcomes worn out while in town, but their journeys across wilderness can be strangely trouble-free.
- A zombie horse is fearsome enough - but a Plague Husk Horse, wreathed in a glowing miasma of toxic infection, is a truly terrifying mount!
- This steed's blue markings glow, indicating its exposure to the energies of the Planemeld. Its glimmering eyes possess a frightening intelligence that seems unnatural for a horse.
- "The inky black form of this steed, first seen in 2E 42 according to Mirannah of Gwylim, reminds me of a Potentate stealth rite used to track down Reman loyalists. I feel a frisson of dread when I ponder my recent ride on one."—Honorata Ancrus, Eyevea
- "Yes, 2E 30 seems right for the first Cloudracer steed, but Mirannah of Gwylim's notes about them being spectral fall into fiction. While their creation is a mystery, I suspect magic is involved."—Honorata Ancrus, Eyevea
- "Having ridden this ephemeral senche, I see why Mirannah insists they are spirits. Her origin date of 2E 29 doesn't match another's 2E 35—either could be true. Regardless, its roar calls forth magic, making it a memorable ride!"—Honorata Ancrus, Eyevea
- 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?
- According to Nord legend, bears—like the Nords themselves—originated on the frozen continent of Atmora. And some Nords think that's where the Psijic monks went to find the original model of their Psiiic Bear Exemplar. The Psijic mages aren't saying.
- When the Ra Gada first came to Hammerfell from lost Yokuda, they brought their mounts—horses and camels—with them. It was these Yokudan camels that the Psijic monks are said to have taken as models for their Psijic Camel Exemplars.
- Though the Psijic are not a combat order, the monks do concede a need for protection when venturing beyond Artaeum, and when their fighting escorts need to be mounted, they conjure up these impressive warhorses for them.
The Psijic Escort Charger was a potential reward for the Summerfall Event. Its default name is "Blue Streak".
- Psijic monks crossing the doubtful terrain of Black Marsh or southern Morrowind are more concerned with the practical matter of safe and sure riding than whether they look dignified and impressive. For these purposes, the Guar Exemplar is unequaled.
- Psijic Exemplar mounts theoretically represent the ideal forms such creatures can assume, at which point they transcend the physical and incarnate the mystical. One look at the noble Horse Exemplar, and you know it's true.
- The Senche Exemplar is the ultimate physical expression of feline grace and power. Khajiiti say it reminds them of the descriptions of Southpaw, the legendary mount of Rajhin the Purring Liar.
- When Psijic monks (or their favored allies) call up a Psijic Spectral Steed, they're really summoning the spirit of a Psijic Horse Exemplar, brought back to the world of the living and made tangible by a supreme act of Conjuration.
- To gaze into the eyes of the Wolf Exemplar is to look into the eyes of every wolf back to the Dawn Era, when the tribes of mortals still huddled around their campfires at night, staring at the glowing eyes of the wolves prowling around the perimeters.
- Some find it strange that the Pure-Snow Indrik should exist in Summerset, where winter never comes, but as the Sapiarch of Elemental Arcana points out, "Frost magic works everywhere."
The Pure-Snow Indrik was It is obtained by combining four different Pure-Snow Berries to evolve a Nascent Indrik. Its default name is "Frost-Antler".
- 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!