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Pets are companion creatures that will follow the player. They are account-wide vanity items and don't help in combat.

A pet can be summoned by activating it from the Collections tab, although they cannot be used in Cyrodiil. You can only have one pet active at a time. As of Update 6, pets can be given individual names. Pets were originally bound items, and needed to remain in your inventory to stay active. A summoned assistant will temporarily replace your pet until dismissed.

Some of the pets were available as loyalty rewards given for a certain number of months of paid subscription, and some are purchases available from the Crown Store. Others are only available from various promotions. The only pet available from standard gameplay is Razak's Opus, although several can be earned in a similar fashion by completing DLC content or as DLC loyalty rewards.

Contents

Aquatic Pets
Bears
Canines
Creepy Crawlies
Daedric Pets
Desert Creatures
Dwarven Constructs
Felines
Flying Pets
Frosty Critters
Volcanic Critters
Woodland Creatures

Aquatic Pets[edit]

Blue Oasis Dragon Frog[edit]

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The comical Blue Oasis Dragon Frog is native to Hew's Bane, and before they were bred as pets could be found only on that Hammerfell peninsula. These little bug-eaters are popular mascots at open-air taverns.
Blue Oasis Dragon Frog

The Blue Oasis Dragon Frog was available from the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns, and in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Topaz".

Chub Loon[edit]

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A denizen of Tamriel's northern shores, the Chub Loon survives on the bounty of the sea, dining on small fish of all types. Though clumsy and awkward on shore, it flies gracefully and is a nimble swimmer. Best of all, they make affectionate pets.
Chub Loon

The Chub Loon is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Waddles".

Coral Mudcrab[edit]

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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.
Coral Mudcrab
Coral Mudcrab is available from the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns. Its default name is Scatheclaw.

Haj Mota Hatchling[edit]

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Though it may some day 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.
Haj Mota Hatchling

Haj Mota Hatchling pets are available from the Crown Store for 1000 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Shelbert".

Kindlespit Dragon Frog[edit]

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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 ancient legend were all turned into these tiny flame-puffing hoppers.
Kindlespit Dragon Frog

Kindlespit Dragon Frogs are available from the Crown Store. It occasionally breathes fire. Its default name is "Heartburn".

Appears only with Imperial City

Necrotic Hoarvor[edit]

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Your new best friend is a giant blood-sucking insect bloated with pustulant, lethal contagion! It's bursting with both infection and affection—for you!
A pet Necrotic Hoarvor

A Necrotic Hoarvor pet can be earned by completing the Imperial City Challenger Veteran Dungeon achievement as part of the Imperial City DLC. Its default name is "Pustule".

Appears only with Imperial Edition

Nibenay Mudcrab[edit]

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A frisky little crustacean pal, at home in the water or out of it.
A pet Nibenay Mudcrab

Nibenay Mudcrab pets are given to players with the Imperial Edition of the game. Its default name is "Scissors". The item was originally called "Pet Nibenay Mudcrab".

Prodigious Brass Mudcrab[edit]

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These perky metal creations are known to pack quite the pinch. Though their rust-resistant coatings do enable them to enter into water, they're far better at sinking than swimming.
Prodigious Brass Mudcrab

This pet is available as an Epic-level reward in Flame Atronach crates. Its default name is "Pincer".

Rufous Mudcrab[edit]

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A perky crab buddy whose rust-colored shell covers a cheerful, inquisitive demeanor.
A pet Rufous Mudcrab

Rufous Mudcrab pets were given out at conventions in 2016. They also came with the purchase of the official mudcrab plush toy (redeemable only on PC/Mac). They were originally accidentally given to several players who pre-ordered the Imperial Edition of the game, along with the Pet Nibenay Mudcrab. Its default name is "Crabcakes". They were seemingly intended to be a cash purchase from the Store. The item was originally called "Pet Rufous Mudcrab".

Tangerine Dragon Frog[edit]

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The slug-like Sloads of Thras bred the flame-hued Tangerine Dragon Frog so they could be spotted more easily in their archipelago's murky lagoons. Some say they were bred to be pets, but the Sload word for them translates as "snacks."
Tangerine Dragon Frog

The Tangerine Dragon Frog is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Flamekisser".

Verdigris Haj Mota[edit]

A Haj Mota is an ambush predator, waiting patiently in concealment until its prey should come into attack range. The Vedigris breed tends to hide in algae-covered pools where its color acts as camoflage.
Haj Mota Hatchling

The Vedigris Haj Mota Hatchling pet is available for free upon entering Lilmoth in the Murkmire dlc for the first time. Its default name is "Burrower".

Bears[edit]

Black Bear Cub[edit]

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The Black Bear Cub is both playful and affectionate, and is so adorable it's quickly forgiven for whatever trouble it gets into.
Black Bear Cub

Black Bear Cubs were originally available from the Crown Store for 1000 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and later appeared in the Reaper's Harvest Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Roly-Poly".

Cave Bear Cub[edit]

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The Cave Bear Cub may miss its mountain home, but that just makes it twice as loyal to its mortal companion.
A pet Cave Bear Cub

A brown bear cub released alongside the Orsinium DLC, available from the Crown Store individually for 00700700 Crowns or as part of the Orsinium DLC Collector's Edition for 050005,000 Crowns. When idle it may rear on its hind paws and play with a butterfly. Its default name is "Honeymuzzle".

Snow Bear Cub[edit]

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The Snow Bear is known for its fierceness, but its cub is as cute as a bug. Maybe even two bugs.
Snow Bear Cub

Snow Bear Cub pets were previously available from the Crown Store for 010001,000 Crowns. Its default name is "Sugarfur".

Canines[edit]

Alik'r Dune-Hound[edit]

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The Dune-Hound is the loyal dog of the Redguard hunters of the Alik'r.
A pet Alik'r Dune-Hound

Alik'r Dune-Hounds are hound dogs that are available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png and as a reward for leveling. Its default name is "Sandy".

Alliance War Dog[edit]

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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.
Dominion version
Covenant version

Alliance War Dogs are available from the Crown Store for 1000 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. The appearance of the dog is specific to your character's alliance. Its default name is "Bruiser".

Bravil Retriever[edit]

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The Bravil Retriever loves the water, and is a favorite hunter's companion from Anvil to Gideon.
A Bravil Retriever

Bravil Retrievers are gold-colored dog pets available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Dogdroth".

Black Mask Bear-Dog[edit]

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This variant of the Bear-Dog is a favorite of the Markarth Watch - and of the thieves who attempt to evade them. The Watch uses them to sniff out trouble, while the outlaws employ them to keep an eye out for the Watch!
Black Mask Bear-Dog

The Black Mask Bear-Dog is available as a Legendary-level reward in the Storm Atronach Crown Crate. Its default name is "Nightbiter".

Black Morthal Mastiff[edit]

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Bull Mastiffs from Morthal in Skyrim are fearless and tireless hunters inured to the hardships of the frozen marshes. The black ones are particularly popular with mages and alchemists.
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Black Morthal Mastiff

The Black Morthal Mastiff is an upcoming pet that has yet to become obtainable. Its default name is "Blaggi".

Boralis Gray Wolf Pup[edit]

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When the gray wolves of Rivenspire howl across the dismal moors of Boralis, it sends a chill down the spine and even the bravest look back over their shoulders—but by Kynareth, their pups sure are cute! And adorably playful into the bargain.
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Boralis Gray Wolf Pup

The Boralis Gray Wolf Pup is an upcoming pet that has yet to become obtainable. Its default name is "Darla".

Copperback Bear-Dog[edit]

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The Copperback variant of the Markarth Bear-Dog is renowned for its responsiveness to training, but keep an eye on it, or it will get into all sorts of mischief. Especially keep an eye on its eyes, which are two different colors!
Copperback Bear-Dog

The Copperback Bear-Dog is available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Winker".

Doom Wolf Pup[edit]

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When a Doom Wolf Pup looks at you with its big red eyes, you may just melt inside - but as soon as you turn your back, that little rascal will be shredding your embroidered Arenthian pillows and digging up your herbal garden.
Doom Wolf Pup

The Doom Wolf Pup is a pet available in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Vandal".

Dwarven War Dog[edit]

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This loyal beast has been trained for warfare, and will stick with you through every kind of conflict. As a bonus, it comes outfitted in ancient Dwarven dog armor, canine barding as durable today as it was when it was first made many centuries in the past.
Dwarven War Dog

The Dwarven War Dog is exclusively available through the Discovery Pack promotional bonus included with The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. Its default name is "Bthunch".

Gray Morthal Mastiff[edit]

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Bull Mastiffs from Morthal in Skyrim are fearless and tireless hunters inured to the hardships of the frozen marshes. The gray breed are quite popular with rogues, thieves, and (incongruously) priests.
Gray Morthal Mastiff pet
The Gray Morthal Mastiff is a pet available in the Psijic Vault Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Gregjar".

Imperial War Mastiff[edit]

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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.
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Gray Morthal Mastiff

The Imperial War Mastiff is a pet that was available from the Mysterious Reward Box from the Ten Million Stories dungeon reward event. Its default name is "Brutus".

Karth Winter Hound[edit]

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The Karth Winter Hound is the snow-white breed of the Markarth Bear Dog, snowy year-round for hunting in Skyrim's snow-capped peaks. Some Reach clans reserve the Winter Hounds solely for chieftains.
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Karth Winter Hound

The Karth Winter Hound is an upcoming pet that has yet to become obtainable. Its default name is "Snow Snarl".

Karthwolf Shepherd[edit]

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The Reachmen of Western Skyrim 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.
Karthwolf Shepherd

Karthwolf Shepherds are available from the Crown Store for 1000 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Icepack".

Markarth Bear-Dog[edit]

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Fierce and courageous fighters, the hunters of Western Skyrim use small packs of these dogs to pursue bears. The Bear-Dogs track, corner, and harry the bears until the hunters can arrive with their spears.
Markarth Bear-Dog

Markarth Bear-Dogs are available from the Crown Store. When the player crouches, its tail goes down and it lowers its head slightly. Its default name is "Furball".

Red Pit Wolf Pup[edit]

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The Red Pit Wolves of Skyrim are known for their aggression and ferocity, and you can see that even in their puppies, adorable as they are. They love to play, but that means play-fighting, so expect to get chewed on as you tussle!
Red Pit Wolf Pup

The Red Pit Wolf Pup is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Scrapper".

Shadowghost Pack Wolf[edit]

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Unlike their lone cousins, the great Shadowghost Wolf Mounts, the smaller Shadowghost Pack Wolves hunt on the darkest nights in howling groups. Separated from their packs, they make loyal companions.
Shadowghost Pack Wolf

The Shadowghost Pack Wolf is available in the Reaper's Harvest Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Mist Howler".

Shornhelm Shepherd[edit]

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This hardy dog was bred for herding sheep in the rugged terrain of Rivenspire.
A Shornhelm Shepherd

Shornhelm Shepherds are black-colored dog pets available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Hackles".

Skeletal Pack Wolf[edit]

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When the Two Moons are full, the undead wolf pack rises from the grave, point their canine craniums at the sky, and try to howl—but the only sound is a dismal rattling in their bony throats.
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Skeletal Pack Wolf

The Skeletal Pack Wolf is an upcoming pet that has yet to become obtainable. Its default name is "Bone Howler".

Tan Morthal Mastiff[edit]

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Bull Mastiffs from Morthal in Skyrim are fearless and tireless hunters inured to the hardships of the frozen marshes. The tan variety is a favorite with scouts, hunters, and trackers.
A Tan Morthal Mastiff pet
The Tan Morthal Mastiff is a pet obtainable in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Thaenaar".

White River Ice Wolf Pup[edit]

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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 of their mythic stature when you're rolling around in the snow with an Ice Wolf Puppy!
White River Ice Wolf Pup

The White River Ice Wolf Pup was available in the Crown Store for 1,000 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png for a limited time, and in the Flame Atronach Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Wurf".

Whiterun Wolfhound[edit]

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The hunting dog of the Nords of Skyrim, known to face down sabre cats for their masters.
A pet Whiterun Wolfhound

The Whiterun Wolfhound is a gray wolfhound dog that was given to players who ordered the Imperial Edition on Steam before July 21st, 2014. It also comes with the purchase of the official Elder Scrolls Online Nord figurine from Symbiote Studios (redeemable only on PC/Mac; not to be confused with the Pop! Vinyl Nord figurine). Its default name is "Horker".

Windhelm Wolfhound[edit]

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Descended from royal hunting dogs, Windhelm Wolfhounds are known as steadfast companions.
A pet Windhelm Wolfhound

The Windhelm Wolfhound is a brown wolfhound dog that is available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, or as part of the various Starter Pack bundles that have been released. Its default name is "Wurfles". The pet was originally announced as the "Riften Wolfhound" following player feedback after the release of the Whiterun Wolfhound on Steam.

Creepy Crawlies[edit]

Ascadian Cliff Strider[edit]

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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.
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Ascadian Cliff Strider

The Ascadian Cliff Strider is a young blue Cliff Strider that has yet to become available. Its default name is "Strides-So-High".

Bitter Coast Cliff Strider[edit]

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Thetys Ramarys of Balmora says, "I love our Bitter Coast Striders, but feel bad that they can't fly very well. So I'm selectively breeding them into a strain that, one day, will dominate the Vvardenfell skies, pursuing its prey for great distances!
Bitter Coast Cliff Strider

The Bitter Coast Cliff Strider is a young Cliff Strider that is available in the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns. Its default name is "Shrieky".

Brassilisk[edit]

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"The Brassilisk is created from interconnected brass squares, its exposed copper wiring allowing for its snakelike movement. Popular as a pet, you'll often see them following the quick footsteps of young scholars." —Endilaril, Clockwork City Naturalist

The Brassilisk is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Coppertongue".

Cobalt Sep Adder[edit]

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The blue-scaled Cobalt Sep Adder is the rarest of the wild varieties, and almost never seen in captivity. They are particularly prized by the royalty of Hammerfell's contentious city-states, as they're said to be able to detect poison in drinks and food.
Cobalt Sep Adder

The Cobalt Sep Adder is a pet available in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Poison Pals". It was originally datamined as "Sapphire Adder" and had the description "Diagna, God of the Sideways Blade, is said to have created the lightning-blue Sapphire Adder by passing his orichalc sword over a common Sep Adder when he needed a symbol of Redguard ferocity during the first Siege of Orsinium. And fierce they are indeed!", but was later changed.

Clockwork Skeevaton[edit]

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Originally designed for probing tiny, inaccessible areas of the Clockwork City, the mechanical Skeevaton can be set to recognize and follow an individual mortal, replicating pet behavior on the surface of Nirn.
Clockwork Skeevaton

The Clockwork Skeevaton is a robotic mouse construct that is available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, or as part of the Clockwork City Collector's Bundle. Its default name is "Skweex".

Crony Scrib[edit]

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The caramel scrib crony is a quiet companion, devoted and easily housebroken.
A pet Kwama Scrib

Crony Scrib pets come with the purchase of the official Fighters Guild Journeyman figure from Symbiote Studios (redeemable only on PC/Mac). Its default name is "Grubchum". The item was originally called "Pet Scrib".

Ebony Brassilisk[edit]

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This experimental variation on the standard Brassilisk has certain key components fabricated from an Ebony alloy for enhanced durability out in the storms of the Radius.
Ebony Brassilisk

The Ebony Brassilisk is available in the Flame Atronach Crown Crates as an Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Slithershadow".

Foxbat Brassilisk[edit]

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These mysterious green-glowing Brassilisks have been showing up in the environment outside the Brass Fortress. Some Clockwork Apostles suspect there's a rogue Incarnatorium assembling them somewhere out in the Radius.

The Foxbat Brassilisk is a brassilisk pet available exclusively to Xbox from the Crown Store for free between November 7 and December 31, 2017. Its default name is "Brassbones". The pet's green adornments is a reference to the Xbox's color-scheme.

Frisky Scrib[edit]

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This lambent little larva loves crawling alongside valorous adventurers!
A pet Frisky Scrib

The Frisky Scrib is a black and blue scrib pet that was given to PS4 players who pre-ordered Morrowind through the PlayStation Store. It is notable for being the first platform-exclusive item since ESO released on consoles. Its default name is "Larvie".

Helstrom Ancestor Lizard[edit]

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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.
Helstrom Ancestor Lizard

The Helstrom Ancestor Lizard is a lizard pet originally available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Princess". It was originally datamined as "Pet Argozog" at release.

Infernal Sep Adder[edit]

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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.
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Infernal Sep Adder

It was available in the Crown Store for 010001,000 Crowns from September 22 to September 26 2016. Its default name is "Atrocity".

Molag Amur Cliff Strider[edit]

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The Molag Amur Cliff Strider is prized by reptilian connoisseurs because its coloration, though somber, is lightened by its subtle golden tones. And if startled, its squawk will cause passersby to jump and horses to bolt.
Molag Amur Cliff Strider

The Molag Amur Cliff Strider was available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Leatherwing".

Mournhold Packrat[edit]

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Are you the kind of adventurer who simply Must Loot Everything? Being followed around by the Mournhold Packrat, an actual cargo rodent, tells the world that you're an Acquisitionist who's not going to leave behind a single spoon!
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Mournhold Packrat

The Mournhold Packrat is an upcoming pet that was datamined in Patch 3.3.0 and has yet to be available. Its default name is "Cargo".

Pocket Salamander[edit]

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"I don't know, something about being followed around by a tame miniature giant elemental amphibian just seems right to me, you know? Expresses my inner newt." —Dinuviel Darkwater of Rellenthil
Pocket Salamander

The Pocket Salamander was given to anyone who pre-ordered the Summerset chapter. It is a smaller version of the Salamander. Its default name is "Newton".

Psijic Brassilisk[edit]

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These rare Brassilisks are powered by blue soul gems brought back from the Psijic hideaway of Artaeum at the end of the First Era by Sotha Sil himself.

The Psijic Brassilisk is a brassilisk pet available from the Crown Store for free exclusively to PS4 players between November 7 and December 31, 2017. Its default name is "Psony". The pet's blue adornments are a reference to the PlayStation's blue color scheme and the name is a reference to the company, Sony.

Scorpion Fabricant[edit]

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"Since our Incarnatoriums can be modified to produce Fabricants modeled on almost any creature of Tamriel Above, why are Scorpion Fabricants of differing sizes so popular? They're our most-requested fabs!" says Clockwork Apostle Dringest.
Scorpion Fabricant

The Scorpion Fabricant is available in the Flame Atronach Crown Crates as an Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Stinger".

Sep Adder[edit]

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These flying vipers have short tempers and nasty dispositions, but just look at those cute crimson eyes! Some of them can even be trained not to inject poison when they bite. The perfect pet!
A pet sep adder

Sep adders were available from the Crown Store until July 17 2018, for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Scaly Death".

Steam-Driven Brassilisk[edit]

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With soul gems in short supply, the Clockwork Apostles invented this experimental Brassilisk powered by steam stored under high pressure.
Steam-Driven Brassilisk

The Steam-Driven Brassilisk is a brassilisk pet formerly available exclusively from the Crown Store for free to PC/Mac players between November 7 and January 2, 2018. Its default name is "Pressure Valve". It is a reference to Steam, the gaming software owned by Valve Corporation that distributes the game on computer platforms.

Vermilion Scuttler[edit]

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A reptilian pal from Morrowind, where they're known for quickness, devotion, and a mildly offensive odor.
A pet Vermilion Scuttler

Vermilion Scuttler pets were given to players with the Explorer's Pack pre-order bonus. Its default name is "Warty". The item was originally called "Pet Scuttler".

Daedric Pets[edit]

Banekin[edit]

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Though unwilling to fight, this Daedric minion will follow you loyally—for now.
A pet Banekin

Banekin pets are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Ornery".

Daedrat[edit]

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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.
A pet Daedrat

Daedrats are Daedric rat creatures that are available from the Crown Store for 500 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. It was released alongside the Imperial City DLC. Its default name is "Twitchy".

Daedric Scamp[edit]

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A foul-smelling Daedric minion, who will follow you loyally, though it won't fight for you.
A pet scamp

Scamp pets are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Stinker".

Fiendroth[edit]

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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. Friendly, too—in its way.
A pet Fiendroth

Fiendroth pets are large blue-gray Daedric insects available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Evil Weevil".

Flame Atronach Bear Cub[edit]

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Summoned from the Infernace plane of Oblivion, this Flame Atronach variant is given the form of a charming little bear cub. Good for warming hearts and hands alike!
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Flame Atronach Bear Cub

The Flame Atronach Bear Cub is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Scorchcub".

Flame Atronach Pack Wolf[edit]

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"Though smaller than its mount counterpart," wrote arch-conjurer Corvus Direnni, "it's necessary to take all precautions when handling the Flame Atronach Pack Wolf. I've found their curiosity insatiable, especially when near flammable objects."
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Flame Atronach Pack Wolf

The Flame Atronach Pack Wolf is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Flameprancer".

Flame Atronach Pocket Horse[edit]

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Due to the unusually tame nature of the Flame Atronach Pocket Horse, it has a long tradition of being the companion of younger members of the Direnni clan. It's a good introduction to Daedric summoning for any budding conjurer.
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Flame Atronach
Pocket Horse

The Flame Atronach Pocket Horse is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Embermane".

Flame Atronach Pony Guar[edit]

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This Flame Atronach compelled to take the form of a small guar makes for a great traveling companion, especially in colder climates. It's best to only summon your newfound friend when outdoors, as their mischievous natures might lead to accidents.
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Flame Atronach Pony Guar

The Flame Atronach Pony Guar is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Blazebuddy".

Flame Atronach Senche-Jaguar[edit]

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The first summoner of this fiery kitten was attempting to compel the Daedra into the form of a full-grown Senche-Jaguar. Though initially embarrassed by her mistake, she nonetheless grew an attachment to this far more adorable form.
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Flame Atronach
Senche-Jaguar

The Flame Atronach Senche-Jaguar is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Inferno Kitten".

Jackdaw Daedrat[edit]

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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?
A pet Jackdaw Daedrat

Jackdaw Daedrats are Daedric rat creatures that are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png for a limited time. Its default name is "Pestiferous".

Larval Yaghra[edit]

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The young of most creatures are cute, even adorable. That's … not really true of the Larval Yaghra. If you have one of these following you, you're either telling the world you don't give a Daedric damn what they think, or you're a Sea Sload in disguise.

The Larval Yaghra is (?). Its default name is "Splinters".

Magma Scamp[edit]

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Scamps are lesser Daedra used as servants and menials by a number of different Daedric Princes. The Magma Scamps are servants of Mehrunes Dagon, and can be summoned from his Oblivion plane of the Deadlands.
Magma Scamp

The Magma Scamp is a pet available in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Pumice".

Appears only with Imperial City

Stonefire Scamp[edit]

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This gibbering, foul-smelling Daedric minion will follow you loyally, though it won't fight for you.
Stonefire Scamp

A Stonefire Scamp pet can potentially be earned by completing the Barathrum Centrata event in the Imperial Sewers, as part of the Imperial City DLC. It is a very rare drop of the event's final boss, the Simulacrum of Molag Bal. Its default name is "Brimstone".

Desert Creatures[edit]

Craglorn Welwa[edit]

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Credit for the irresponsible and foolhardy project of domesticating the Craglorn Welwa is usually claimed by the Iron Orcs, who are always looking for ways to prove that they're "more bad-tusk" than the Orcs of Wrothgar or Skyrim.
A pet Craglorn Welwa

Craglorn Welwas are four-legged carnivoran welwas that are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Ears gro-Loth'Na", which seems to be a reference to Loth'Na Caverns.

Appears only with Thieves Guild

Jackal[edit]

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The Jackal of Tamriel is called by some the "thieves' dog" because it's quick to sniff out sources of food, and clever enough to figure out how to get at them. Once tamed, they serve as loyal companions.
Jackal

A Jackal pet is received when entering Abah's Landing for the first time, as part of the DLC loyalty reward program. It occasionally howls, digs at the ground, or catches mice. Its default name is "Mischief".

Longhair Welwa[edit]

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As savage as Welvas are, history indicates that every pastoral society in Craglorn's long history—Nedes, Yokudans, Goblins, and Orcs—has domesticated them at some point. They may be ugly, but they sure are loyal.
A Longhair Welwa pet
Longhair Welwas are welwas that are available from the Psijic Vault Crates as Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Fell-Chaser".

Dwarven Constructs[edit]

Dwarven Spider Pet[edit]

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A loyal Dwarven Spider liberated from a Dwemer ruin, converted, using the "Neramo Method," to an unlocked and autonomous state that enables it to leave its original locale.
Dwarven Spider Pet

The Dwarven Spider Pet, not to be confused with Razak's Opus, is exclusively available through the Collector's Edition of The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. Its default name is "Arachnimunculus".

Appears only with Morrowind

Dwarven Theodolite[edit]

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This construct was a sort of automated measuring device designed to explore and survey subterranean areas, according to scholars of the lost Deep Elves - except for Narsis Dren, who insists it was an object of pursuit in Dwemeri team sports.
Dwarven Theodolite Pet

The Dwarven Theodolite can be acquired by finding and reassembling its seven parts in the ruin Nchuleftingth. Its default name is "Busybody".

Loyal Dwarven Sphere[edit]

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A Dwarven Sphere of the long-lost Dwemer.
A pet Loyal Dwarven Sphere

The Loyal Dwarven Sphere is a pet that was given as a loyalty reward for six months paid subscription. It alternates between following the player in its sphere form and in its upright form, and when the player crouches, it rolls up into its sphere form. Its default name is "Gyro".

Razak's Opus[edit]

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A loyal steam-powered Dwarven Spider, fueled by magicka from a soul gem that will last for eras.
Razak's Opus

Not to be confused with the Dwarven Spider Pet, Razak's Opus is a pet Dwarven Spider that can be obtained for completing The Mystery of Razak, a quest that takes place in the Razak's Wheel public dungeon in Bangkorai. Its default name is "Cogbucket". The item was originally called "Razak's Toy Spider".

Felines[edit]

Abecean Ratter Cat[edit]

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The Abecean Ratter is famed from Hegathe to Woodhearth as a prime rodent-catcher.
Abecean Ratter Cat

Abecean Ratter Cats are brown cats that were available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png and as a level reward. Its default name is "Caramel". It was retired from the Crown Store on December 11, 2017.

Big-Eared Ginger Kitten[edit]

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The Big-Eared Ginger, a favorite shipboard pet, is just about the most playful kitten in Summerset. Its over-sized sound catchers enable it to hear every tiny motion within range before it pounces upon it.
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Big-Eared Ginger Kitten

The Big-Eared Ginger Kitten is a pet acquired by collecting seven runebox fragments in Karnwasten, Summerset. Its default name is "Batkitty".

Big-Eared Ginger Mouser[edit]

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The Ginger Mouser is a favorite barn cat of grain farmers all across central Tamriel, not just because it keeps the storage bins rodent-free, but also for its affectionate personality and goofy good looks.
Big-Eared Ginger Mouser pet
The Big-Eared Ginger Mouser is a pet available in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Mouse Murderer".

Black Cat[edit]

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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 cat

Black cat pets were made available as part of a regional promotion on amazon.co.jp for those who purchased the Japanese digital version of the game, and were later made available in the Crown Store for a limited time for 00700700 Crowns. Its default name is "Salem".

Black Senche-Panther Kitten[edit]

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"Rajhin the Purring Liar had so many shadows that some of them took on lives of their own, becoming Black Senche-Panthers who stalk freely through Elsweyr -- just like this kitten that plays with my tail. --Clan-Mother Ahnissi"
Black Senche-Panther Kitten

The Black Senche-Panther Kitten is a pet available in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Keirgo".

Clouded Senche-Leopard Cub[edit]

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Of all the varieties of wild Senche-Cats, the Clouded Leopard may be the most beautiful. Their Cubs love to play-fight and stalk tiny bugs with the most hilariously serious expressions.
Clouded Senche-Leopard Cub

The Clouded Senche-Leopard Cub is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Li'l Thundercloud".

Dark Moons Lynx[edit]

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The Khajiit of Corinthe believe the all-black Dark Moons Lynx is the worldly incarnation of Southpaw, the feline companion to Rahjin the Footpad, god of thieves. It's said Southpaw keeps watch while Rajhin is breaking and entering.
Dark Moons Lynx

The Dark Moons Lynx is a pet available in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Southpaw". [verification needed — Correct category?]

Desert Lynx[edit]

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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 assists with managing the herds.
A pet Desert Lynx

Desert Lynx pets are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Tufts".

Dro-m'Athra Senche Cub[edit]

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Combine Adorable with Abominable, and what do you get? The dro-m'Athra Senche Cub, the cutest thing ever to come out of the Dark Behind the World. Dance, kitten, dance!
Dro-m'Athra Senche Cub

The Dro-m'Athra Senche Cub is available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. It may try to catch a butterfly or belch blue flames while idle. Its default name is "Woe Kitty".

Haunted House Cat[edit]

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If one lives in a house haunted by spirits of the departed, acquiring a Haunted House Cat to keep the ghosts company will distract them from haunting you. The fact that it can see the spirits of the dead doesn't keep this cat from being sweet and sociable.
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Haunted House Cat

The Haunted House Cat is available as a Daily Reward during October of 2018. Its default name is "Spectre Kitty".

Housecat[edit]

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This green-eyed feline is a distant relative of the Alfiq Khajiit.
A pet Housecat

Housecats are gray tabby cats. They are available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png and in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Deathstare".

Mage's Sentry Kitten[edit]

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When it's a kitten, the Mage's Sentry Cat is so adorable, it's said that some sorcerers enchant them to stay that age always.
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Mage's Sentry Kitten

The Mage's Sentry Kitten is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Li'l Bat Ears".

Mages Guild Sentry Cat[edit]

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These short-haired, large-eared cats are a common sight in Mages Guildhalls, where it's said their keen senses enable them to detect all manner of intruders, even those that are magically concealed or from realms of Oblivion.
Mages Guild Sentry Cat

Found in Flame Atronach crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Uncanny Kitty", though it originally did not have one.

Milady's Cloud Cat[edit]

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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.
Milady's Cloud Cat

The Milady's Cloud Cat was previously available from the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns. Its default name is "Powder".

Moonlight Senche-Tiger[edit]

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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.
Moonlight Senche-Tiger

Available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Secunda".

Necrom Ghostgazer Cat[edit]

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The Necrom Ghostgazer is the favored feline companion of Telvanni wizards. They not only keep the skeevers down, but they can "see" intruding demons and spirits.

The Necrom Ghostgazer Cat is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Phantom".

Nightfall Sabre Cat Cub[edit]

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"In my first months as a captive of the Reachmen, the only thing that made life bearable was my beloved pet, the Nightfall Sabre Cat Cub I was allowed as a companion." —Arthenice Belloq
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Nightfall Sabre Cat Cub

The Nightfall Sabre Cat Cub is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Duskitty".

Nightmare Senche Cub[edit]

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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!
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Nightmare Senche Cub

The Nightmare Senche Cub is an upcoming pet that has become available. Its default name is "Li'l Vaermina".

Current way of attaining: Unknown

Northern Lynx[edit]

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Native to Tamriel's northern forests, in the wild the Lynx lives on a diet of rabbits, hares, and skeevers. Domesticated, the Lynx makes a dignified and stylish animal companion, popular with the Nord aristocracy.
A pet Northern Lynx

Lynx pets were available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and later were a Superior-level reward in Reaper's Harvest Crown Crates. Its default name is "Jarlcat".

Sabre Cat Cub[edit]

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Sabre Cats are mighty and majestic hunters that rule the northern plains and tundra by sheer strength and savagery—but, Daedra take it, they sure are cute when they're cubs!
Sabre Cat Cub

The Sabre Cat Cub is a pet available in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Li'l Bitey".

Sabre Leopard Cub[edit]

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"For the Mages Guild, I devised an enchanted 'appealometer' that measures creatures' adorableness," says Researcher Neotenus. "After tests on other pets, I tried to take a reading on a Sabre Snow Leopard Cub, but the device overloaded and shattered."
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Sabre Leopard Cub

The Sabre Leopard Cub is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Toofums".

Senchal Striped Cat[edit]

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The Senchal Striped is a cat that is as cunning as it is elegant. It's both cursed at and admired for its ability to get into places it doesn't belong.

The Senchal Striped Cat is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Sangiin".

Senche Cub of Scarlet Regret[edit]

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This ominous yet playful pet, conjured by Psijic magic in shape of a glowing Senche Cub, represents an Artaeum monk's regrettable choices that may yet be reversed by proper adherence to the Old Ways.
Senche Cub of Scarlet Regret

The Senche Cub of Scarlet Regret is available in the Ouroboros Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "(?)".

Senche-Leopard Cub[edit]

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The Senche-Leopard is one of the most feared predators of the Tenmar Forest in central Elsweyr, but if one of its adorable cubs can be adopted when young, it makes a fiercely-loyal companion.
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Senche-Leopard Cub

The Senche-Leopard Cub is a young spotted leopard. It is found in Flame Atronach crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Motley".

Senche-Lion Cub[edit]

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If you domesticate a Senche-Lion Cub when it's young enough, it will follow you everywhere, no matter how dangerous. And your enemies will burn from the cuteness.
Senche-Lion Cub

Senche-Lion Cubs are young lions that can be purchased from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Kitty Claws".

Senche-Tiger Cub[edit]

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It's a striped Senche-Tiger Cub. What more could you need to know? "Ah," you ask, "but is it magical?" Just look in those eyes for your answer.
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Senche-Tiger Cub

The Senche-Tiger Cub is a pet available in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Spot".

Shadowghost Senche-Panther[edit]

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In Elsweyr, being seen in the company of an uncanny Shadowghost Senche-Panther will put one under suspicion of being a Namiira cultist - or even a disguised dro-m'Athra.
Shadowghost Senche-Panther

The Shadowghost Senche-Panther is available in the Reaper's Harvest Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Nightpouncer".

Skeletal Senche-Leopard[edit]

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Is Necromancy always wrong? Not even death can stop this loyal Senche-Leopard from stalking to adventure at your side!
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Skeletal Senche-Leopard

The Skeletal Senche-Leopard is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Spotless".

Snowy Sabre Cat Cub[edit]

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This little cub loves to play in the snow, but don't let it get lost in the deep drifts—and when you pull it out, be careful of those little sabre teeth!
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Snowy Sabre Cat Cub

The Snowy Sabre Cat Cub is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Cotton Fluff".

Spotted Snow Senche-Leopard[edit]

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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.
Spotted Snow Senche-Leopard

The Spotted Snow Senche-Leopard was available in the Crown Store from January 4, 2018, until (?). Its default name is "Frostfur".

Striped Senche-Panther[edit]

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The elegant senche-panther is a distant relative of the Khajiit, though it cannot speak like the cat-folk.
A pet Striped Senche-Panther

Striped Senche-Panthers are black Senche with purple stripes and red eyes. They are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Indigo".

Striped Senche-Panther Cub[edit]

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Striped Senche-Panthers are popular mascots of the Baandari Pedlars of Elsweyr. Incredibly adorable as cubs, even when small they can be trained like magpies to fetch shiny things back to their masters.

The Striped Senche-Panther Cub is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. Its default name is "Inky".

Flying Pets[edit]

Ancestor Moth Swarm[edit]

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"The Ancestor Moths that accompany some mystically-attuned mortals are more than mere insects - they are animated by the loving spirits of the dearly departed, and may grant wisdom and awareness to those they visit." -- Sister Terran Arminus
Ancestor Moth Swarm

The Ancestor Moth Swarm is a pet available in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Fjyron", which loosely translates to "will to peace".

Azure Fledgling Gryphon[edit]

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"The Gryphons that nest on the highest pinnacles of Eton Nir, the tallest mountain on Summerset, have a distinctive bluish tint to their plumage. Some sapiarchs call this sky-blue camouflage, but the Priests of Auri-El see in it a touch of the Divine."
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Azure Fledgling Gryphon

The Azure Fledgling Gryphon pet can be obtained on PC/Mac only via the use of a promotional code included with the official gryphon plush from Gaming Heads. Its default name is "Cerulean".

Baby Netch[edit]

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Once this young Netch calf imprints on a master, it will follow him or her anywhere, floating along and tootling happily.
A Baby Netch

A baby netch pet is available from the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns, and in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Bulgy".

Cantaloupe Swamp Jelly[edit]

Though Argonians do relish the elastic flesh of the Black Marsh Swamp Jellies, the whimsical names they give them refer more to their appearance than to their flavor.
A cantaloupe swamp jelly
A Cantaloupe swamp jelly is an aquatic netch-like pet available from the Crown Store for 010001000 Crowns. Its default name is "Melonbobber."

Devoted Torchbug[edit]

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The Wood Elves say that to be followed by a friendly Torchbug is an infallible sign of good fortune. Of course, they also catch them, dry them out, and smoke them in pipes.
Devoted Torchbug

Devoted Torchbug pets were made available on PC/Mac via various promotions. It was first made available via promotional codes distributed to specific Twitch streamers, to be given away to viewers. Codes were later given out at the QuakeCon convention in 2018. The pet is very small, as it is the same size as regular torchbugs encountered in the world. Its default name is "Flitterflash".

Fledgling Gryphon[edit]

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Though eventually it will grow into a massive beast with a vast wingspan, a Fledgling Gryphon is just the right size for a companion creature, and its juvenile antics are hilarious!
A Fledgling Gryphon pet
The Fledgling Gryphon pet is included with the Summerset Collector's Edition. Its default name is "Beaky".

High Hrothgar Wraith[edit]

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An ice wraith from the slopes of the highest mountain in Tamriel.
A pet High Hrothgar Wraith

The High Hrothgar Wraith is an ice wraith pet that was given as a loyalty reward for three months paid subscription. Its default name is "Tinsel".

Mossy Netch Calf[edit]

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The greenish, or "Mossy" Netches, are most commonly found in the West Gash region of northwest Vvardenfell. The calves are docile, even for Netches, and will happily follow along behind anyone who smells of their favorite fungi.
Mossy Netch Calf

The Mossy Netch Calf is available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Emerald".

Orchid Nixad[edit]

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The rarest of these fay creatures is the Orchid Nixad, said to be sacred to the goddess Dibella, and found only in wild places hallowed to her worship. It's known that the Empress Tavia had an Orchid Nixad as a friend and companion."
Orchid Nixad

The Orchid Nixad is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Periwinkle".

Pale-Plume Fledgling Gryphon[edit]

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" 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."

The Pale-Plume Fledgling Gryphon is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. It's default name is "Baldy".

Regal Dovah-Fly[edit]

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Many a Vvardenfell youngster growing up in the swamps of West Gash or the Bitter Coast remembers spending happy hours playing "dodge-dovah" with these hovering bug-buddies! If hand-raised from larval form, they can become devoted companion animals.
Regal Dovah-Fly

This pet is available as an Epic-level reward in Flame Atronach crates. Its default name is "Buzz f'lah".

Rosy Netch Calf[edit]

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The reddish, or "Rosy" Netches are native to the foyadas of the Molag Amur region of Vvardenfell, where they live in a semi-wild state subject to the occasional round-ups of the Netchimen. The calves, sulfurous odor aside, are quite adorable.
Rosy Netch Calf

The Rosy Netch Calf is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Ruby".

Appears only with Clockwork City

Scintillant Dovah-Fly[edit]

Scintillant Dovah-Fly
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The Dovah-Fly is a common sight in the oil-slick ravines of the Clockwork City. While its ornate clockworks are a wonder to behold, it's hard to shake the feeling that it's always watching you.

The Scintillant Dovah-Fly is the loyalty reward for the Clockwork City DLC. It can be earned by entering the Brass Fortress. Its default name is "Skimmer".

Seht's Dovah-Fly[edit]

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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? What powers them? And why do they make such loyal pets? No one knows.
Seht's Dovah-Fly

Seht's Dovah-Fly was available from the Crown Store for 1000 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png for a limited time. Its default name is "Wirewing".

Appears only with Dragon Bones

Small Bone Dragon Construct[edit]

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This construct resembles a great and fearsome Bone Dragon, but it's actually a product of the Necromancer's art, assembled from modern bird and reptile bones and then reanimated.
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Small Bone Dragon
Construct

The Small Bone Dragon Construct is a small reanimated skeleton in the shape of a dragon that is available as part of the Dragon Bones Collector's Bundle. Its default name is "Rattlewing".

Swamp Jelly[edit]

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Though obviously related to the netches of northeast Tamriel, the swamp jellies of southern Black Marsh also have a disquieting resemblance to aquatic jellyfish. Natural philosophers have no adequate explanation for this.
A swamp jelly

Swamp Jelly is an aquatic netch-like pet acquired by collecting seven runebox fragments from Cyrodilic Collections daily jobs in Stormhold. Its default name is "Marsh Gas".

Sylvan Nixad[edit]

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Once a common sight in Cyrodiil's Great Forest, the 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.
A pet sylvan nixad

Sylvan Nixads are gray pixie-like creatures with red wings. They were available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png and can currently be found in Psijic Vault Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Crimson Dancer".

Turquoise Nixad[edit]

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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.
Turquoise Nixad

Used to be available from the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns. Its default name is "Beryl". Now and again, it will grab a passing torchbug and eat it.

Unholy Glow Bone Dragon[edit]

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This necromantic construct of reanimated bones resembles a gruesome Bone Dragon, one so charged with unholy power that it emits an uncanny blue glow.

The Unholy Glow Bone Dragon is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. It's default name is "Bluebelly".

Frosty Critters[edit]

Bantam Guar[edit]

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According to the calculations of the sages of the Cult of the Ancestor Moth, the bantam guar is the cutest creature in all Tamriel.
A pet Bantam Guar

Bantam guar pets were originally available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, but can now only be obtained as part of the Adventurer Pack. Its default name is "Squee", changed from "Squeee" in Patch 2.0.5 due to contradicting the existing naming conventions of player characters.

Bristlegut Piglet[edit]

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This cross between a domestic pig and a Skyrim boar is as loyal as it is adorable.
A pet Bristlegut Piglet

Bristlegut Piglets were given out at conventions and as part of official competitions and giveaways in 2014. It was also included as part of the Humble Monthly Promotion in 2017. Its default name is "Muddles".

Dire Pony[edit]

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When you always wanted a pony as a child and your parents wouldn't let you have one so you grew up bitter and tormented and became a dark cultist but now you can finally afford a pony.
Dire Pony

Dire Ponies were available from the Crown Store for a limited time for 1,200 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Frighthoof".

Dozen-Banded Vvardvark[edit]

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This creature, unusually cute for a denizen of Vvardenfell, is a newcomer to the island whose home and origin are unknown—unless the rumors are true that it's a hybrid born from the magical laboratories of the Telvanni.
Dozen-Banded Vvardvark

The Dozen-Banded Vvardvark pet was given out to owners of the Morrowind Chapter who logged in during the Morrowind Last Chance Event. Its default name is "Serjo Licky".

Dragontail Goat[edit]

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The brown Goats of the Dragontail Mountains are stronger than they look. There's a saying in Hammerfell: "Hits as hard as a Dragontail ram!"
A Dragontail Goat

Available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "William".

Freckled Guar[edit]

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Known in Deshaan as loyal pals, the Freckled is the most intelligent breed of guar.
Freckled Guar

Freckled Guar pets are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "S'wit".

Frostbane Bear[edit]

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Nords who follow the tradition of hanging Frostbane totems and talismans on their beasts to protect them from Skyrim's bitter cold often do it even when the animals are still young, to get them used to the idea.
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Frostbane Bear

The Frostbane Bear is an upcoming pet. It's default name is "Pudgelocks".

Frostbane Pony[edit]

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The hardy ponies of the frozen north look even shaggier when they're decorated with Frostbane hair-knots and ancient Nord totems. Whether the talismans keep the cold away is impossible to tell, but it's certain these ponies never lose their good cheer.
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Frostbane Pony

The Frostbane Pony is an upcoming pet. It's default name is "Shaggypony".

Frostbane Pony Guar[edit]

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Though the reptilian Guar are native to the warmer climates south of Skyrim, the compact Pony Guar have long been popular pets among the aristocracy of Riften. Traditional Nords like to dress them in the Frostbane garb used on more local animals.
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Frostbane Pony Guar

The Frostbane Pony Guar is an upcoming pet. It's default name is "Jingles".

Frostbane Sabre Cat[edit]

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In "The Tail of Ysgramor's Cat," the Harbinger's Sabre Cat hunting companion is described as being festooned with Atmoran Frostbane talismans, and some tradition-loving modern Nords still decorate their Sabre Cats in the same manner.

The Frostbane Sabre Cat is an upcoming pet. It's default name is "Totem-Tusk".

Frostbane Wolf[edit]

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To accustom their Frostbane Wolves to the click-clacking of dangling talismans and totems, the ancient Nords began dressing their companion wolves in Frostbane garb from an early age.

The Frostbane Wolf is an upcoming pet. It's default name is "Shaggypelt".

Ninendava Sacred Goat[edit]

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The goats that come from the ruin of Ninendava in Cyrodiil are no mere domestic livestock. They have long been used in certain forbidden Daedric rituals—and have even been known to lead mortals through those arcane rites.
Ninendava Sacred Goat

The Ninendava Sacred Goat is available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Hircine". It was originally datamined as "White Goat" in Patch 2.1.0.

Pony Guar[edit]

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A favorite household pet in Morrowind, the Pony Guar is a glutton for affection.
A pet pony guar

Pony Guar pets came with the purchase of the official guar plush toy (redeemable only on PC/Mac). Its default name is "Coconut". The item was originally called "Pet Pony Guar".

Psijic Domino Pig[edit]

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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.
A pet Psijic Domino Pig

Psijic Domino Pigs are available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Darlin'".

Psijic Mascot Guar Calf[edit]

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The first Guar came to Artaeum when a Psijic advisor to the Tribunal returned from Mournhold with a Pony Guar in the middle of the First Era, and they've been favorites of the Psijics ever since. There's even a glowing Psijic Mascot Guar!
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Psijic Mascot Guar Calf

Psijic Mascot Guar Calf is a pet available in July 2018's Daily Rewards. Its default name is "Glowy the Guar".

Purple Daggerback[edit]

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The glowing Purple Daggerback boar is found only in Craglorn in the vicinity of the Spellscar, from which it seems to have absorbed some sort of magical aura.
A pet Purple Daggerback

The Purple Daggerback is a pet available in the Storm Atronach Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Pricklypear".

Sanguine's Black Goat[edit]

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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. It's just a goat!
Sanguine's Black Goat

Sanguine's Black Goat is a black and white goat available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its eyes will occasionally glow red. Its default name is "Whisper".

Shadowghost Guar[edit]

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Rarely seen outside the ash clouds of Vvardenfell's great volcano, the little Shadowghost pony guar is scary cute.
Shadowghost Guar

The Shadowghost Guar is available in the Reaper's Harvest Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Shyscales".

Shadowghost Pony[edit]

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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.
Shadowghost Pony

Shadowghost Ponies were available from the Crown Store from October 5 to October 9, 2017 for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Misty Princess".

Skeletal Pony Guar[edit]

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Shouldn't an animated skeleton always be a thing of fear and revulsion? This necromantic Pony Guar might change your mind about that!
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Skeletal Pony Guar

The Skeletal Pony Guar is an upcoming pet that has yet to be available. It's default name is "Bluebelly".

Striated Pony Guar[edit]

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A favorite household pet in Morrowind, the Striated Pony Guar is a glutton for affection.
A pet Striated Pony Guar

Striated Pony Guar were originally available from the Crown Store for 400 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Wobble".

Tuxedo Vvardvark[edit]

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The most popular conjecture about the origin of the Vvardvark is that it's a magical hybrid created by a rogue Telvanni wizard. The coloration of the Tuxedo Vvardvark, according to this theory, was intended to enable it to hide in a flock of chub loons.
Tuxedo Vvardvark

The Tuxedo Vvardvark is available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Stibbons".

Vvardvark[edit]

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The Common, or Demotic Vvardvark has become, in just a few 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.
An ordinary Vvardvark pet
Vvardvarks were available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. They can currently be found in Psijic Vault Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Lickspittle".

Volcanic Critters[edit]

Amber Ash Hopper[edit]

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Native to the upper Ashlands and the slopes of Red Mountain, 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.
A pet Amber Ash Hopper

The Amber Ash Hopper is available in the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns. Its default name is "Ald'Skippy".

Bal Foyen Nix-Hound[edit]

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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.
Bal Foyen Nix-Hound

A Bal Foyen nix hound pet was available from the Crown Store for 00400400 Crowns, and can also be found in Dwarven Crown Crates as a Superior-level reward. Its default name is "Skeeter".

Blue-Cap Shroom Shalk[edit]

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For the Dark Elves, the Shroom Shalk is a companion animal that brings calm and serentiy to the Dunmeri home. There's just something so soothing about the way the blue fungal sprouts on its back gently wave and puff out spores as the beast putters about.
Blue-Cap Shroom Shalk

The Blue-Cap Shroom Shalk was available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Sporebug".

Clockwork Shalk[edit]

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The Clockwork Shalk is a fabricant from the hidden laboratories of Sotha Sil. It seems programmed to obey the master it imprints upon, but who knows what secret orders it will follow if events occur to trigger them?
Clockwork Shalk

The Clockwork Shalk was available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Cogroach".

Deep-Moss Ash Hopper[edit]

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The Deep-Moss Ash Hopper is native to southern Vvardenfell, where it's most commonly found in the fungal-forested uplands and the coastal marshes. They've been adopted as mascot bugs by the Buoyant Armigers, who admire their green carapaces.
Deep-Moss Ash Hopper

The Deep-Moss Ash Hopper was available in the Dwarven Crown Crates as a Legendary-level reward. Its default name is "Wub Bug".

Flameback Boar[edit]

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Like the Purple Daggerback, the breed of Flameback Boars clearly had some kind of brush with the uncanny that imbued them with magical aspects. Regular boars just don't have crimson glowing eyes and flame-colored bristle crests down their backs.
Flameback Boar

The Flameback Boar is a pet available in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. It's default name is "Barbecue".

Gold-Cap Shroom Shalk[edit]

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It isn't well known outside financial circles, but somewhere in the basement or sub-level of every bank in Morrowind you'll find the institution's mascot, a sweet old waddling Gold-Cap Shroom Shalk. The symbolism, of course, is obvious.
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Gold-Cap Shroom Shalk

The Gold-Cap Shroom Shalk is a pet available in the Scalecaller Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. It's default name is "Funguspuppy".

Hearthfire Hatchling[edit]

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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 grave need of adoption.
Hearthfire Hatchling

The Hearthfire Hatchling is a young Hearthfire Kagouti that was available for a limited time in the Crown Store for 012001,200 Crowns. Its default name is "Scorchy".

Ruby Shroom Shalk[edit]

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The Ruby Shroom Shalk is a popular house pet on the Telvanni Coast; the sway of its warm red fungus caps as it waddles about in the fireflight of a parlor hearth just says "I'm home" to Dark Elves of a sentimental nature.
A pet Ruby Shroom Shalk
The Ruby Shroom Shalk is a pet available in the Psijic Vault Crates as an Epic-level reward. It's default name is "Redcap".

Woodland Creatures[edit]

Arctic Fennec Fox[edit]

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The Arctic Fennec is native to the snowy shores of Skyrim's Sea of Ghosts, and the local Nords, when they spot one romping in the drifts, respond with the traditional oath of "Shor's Ears!"'
Arctic Fennec Fox

This pet is available as an Epic-level reward in Flame Atronach crates. Its default name is "Powder".

Blackwood Monkey[edit]

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This busy little buddy is sometimes mistaken for an imgakin monkey.

The Blackwood Monkey is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available, though has been in the game files ever since at least Patch 2.1.0. Its default name is "Flinger".

Bristleneck War Boar[edit]

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It may be hard to believe, but the ancient Nords were even more warlike than modern Nords, and had a way of weaponizing everything that came to hand, even their livestock. This was the origin of that most obstreperous of porkers, the Bristleneck War Boar.
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Bristleneck War Boar

The Bristleneck War Boar is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available. Its default name is "Gruntly".

Colovian Badger[edit]

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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 makes them a favorite among the Undaunted.
A pet Colovian badger

Colovian Badgers were available from the Crown Store for 00700700 Crowns, and later were a Superior-level reward in Reaper's Harvest Crown Crates. Its default name is "Grumps".

Dusky Fennec Fox[edit]

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The Dusky or Midnight Fennec Fox is native to the high savannah of northern Elsweyr, and is often domesticated by nomadic tribes of Khajiit.
Dusky Fennec Fox pet
The Dusky Fennec Fox is a pet available in June 2018's Daily Rewards. Its default name is "Black-Ears".

Echalette[edit]

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Full-grown echateres may be stubborn and ornery, but the baby Echalettes are playful and, frankly, just plain adorable. Once a young Echalette bonds with its master, it becomes a devoted companion.
Echalette

An Echalette pet is received when entering Orsinium for the first time, as part of the DLC loyalty reward program. Its default name is "Skitters".

Fennec Fox[edit]

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A native of Hammerfell, the Fennec Fox has been domesticated by many of its desert peoples, and makes an alert and loyal pet.
A pet fennec fox

Fennec fox pets were available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png, and can also be found in Dwarven Crown Crates as an Epic-level reward. Its default name is "Li'l Vixen", although it originally had no default name.

Heartland Brindle Badger[edit]

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Native to the Cyrodilic Heartland, the Brindle Badger is said to be as fierce as a wolverine, yet as cunning as a fox. A Brindle Badger adorned the banners of King Hrol when he led his knights on the Quest of Sancre Tor.

The Heartland Brindle Badger is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available. Its default name is "Sir Snarls".

Helkarn Wolf Pup[edit]

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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.
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Helkarn Wolf Pup

The Helkarn Wolf Pup is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available. Its default name is "Cuddlepaws".

Imgakin Monkey[edit]

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The imgakin monkey pet is lively and cheerful, even in the grimmest of dungeons.
A pet Imgakin Monkey

Imgakin pets were given to players who participated in any of the weekend PC beta events. Its default name is "Raisins". The item was originally called "Pet Imgakin".

Karth Winter Pup[edit]

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When the Karth Winter Hound has puppies, it even softens the Briarhearts of the Reachmen. Who's a good barbarian pup-pup, then? Is it you? It IS you!
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Karth Winter Pup

The Karth Winter Pup is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available. Its default name is "Snowdrift".

M'aiq the Badger[edit]

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How did this one become a so-handsome copperback Badger? M'aiq will tell you. One day near Balmora he met two Telvanni wizards, one of whom said, "Everything I tell you is true," while the other said, "Everything I tell you is a lie…."

The M'aiq the Badger is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available. Its default name is "M'aiq?", and is seemingly based off M'aiq the Liar.

Madcap Jester Monkey[edit]

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Say, why does this little chum look at you funny? It must be your face! Ook ook! Ah, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
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Madcap Jester Monkey

The Madcap Jester Monkey is an upcoming pet that has yet to become available. Its default name is "Jingles".

Pocket Mammoth[edit]

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Pocket Mammoths were originally bred small in order to make them more manageable as livestock, but in Wrothgar some escaped and began breeding in the wild. However, they're easily domesticated, especially if you get one when it's young.
A pet Pocket Mammoth

Pocket Mammoths were available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Nosy".

Psijic Mascot Pony[edit]

This perky but enigmatic equine glows with Magicka through the mystic runes that embellish its possibly-illusory epidermis. Enchanting!
Psijic Mascot Pony

Psijic Mascot Ponies were a potential reward for the Summerfall Event. Its default name is "Glony".

White-Gold Imperial Pony[edit]

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The White-Gold Imperial Pony was said to have made its debut as the birthday present for a noble's daughter, though which family claims this prestige is still hotly debated throughout Cyrodiil.
A pet White-Gold Imperial Pony

White-Gold Imperial Ponies were available from the Crown Store for 010001,000 Crowns. Its default name is "Goldie".

Wrothgar Buck Goat[edit]

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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.
A Wrothgar Buck Goat
The Wrothgar Buck Goat is available from the Crown Store for 700 ON-icon-store-Crowns.png. Its default name is "Billy".