"These Crates will contain a randomized selection of useful consumables, and offer a chance to obtain rare and unique cosmetic items or mounts, including some previously-retired mounts, costumes, pets, and limited-time offers that are no longer available in the Crown Store. Crates will have different themes throughout the year, giving you the chance to obtain new, extremely rare items."
Crown Crates are special items available from Crown Store. They are randomized loot boxes that always contain useful consumables (potions, scrolls, etc.) and have a chance for new cosmetic collectibles, past limited-time offers, and exclusive rare mounts. They do not drop in-game. If you receive something from a Crown Crate that you've already obtained, you are awarded Crown Gems. These gems can be used to purchase other collectibles from the current Crown Crate season.
Icons and descriptions for Wild Hunt-themed items have been datamined since 2.5.0. An icon for the crate was datamined in 2.6.0, and promotional images were found in 2.7.0. It will be released on March 2nd, 2017 and run for at least the remainder of Q1 2017.
Only an icon for the Dwemer crate has been datamined from 2.6.0. No Dwemer-themed Crown Store items have been found. It will be given to those who purchase collector's edition or pre-order standard editions of The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind.
The Altmer wizard Corvus Direnni astounded High King Ar-Azal of Hammerfell by conjuring a Storm Atronach that assumed the form of a horse―but when Ar-Azal attempted to stump him by commanding he summon a Storm Atronach Camel, Corvus Direnni instantly did so.
For the Orc who aspires to impress, this season Borzighu of Coldsnap Clothiers offers rich fabrics in subtle shades, accented with gold and steel to convey an indelible image of wealth and power. “It's wholly contemporary and urbane," says Borzighu, “but it still says, 'I have the power of a Clan Chief.
Bretons like to display their wealth through their apparel, as shown by the rich fabric and glistening ornamentation of this outfit designed by Lady Eloisse of House Manteau. “The coins are both decorative, and symbolic of one who has achieved a certain status in the world.