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Mounts are a method of travel in The Elder Scrolls Online.[1] There are six main types of mounts: bears, camels, horses, guar, senche, and wolves. Each of those six types have several mounts of that type.

Stats and ProgressionEdit

Mounts have stats (Speed, Stamina, Carrying Capacity) which may be increased by upgrading at a stablemaster every 20 hours, causing a gain in level for each of the three skills. These gains are permanent and cumulative. The riding skill can be fully upgraded to 60% speed, 60 stamina and 60 carrying capacity. Crown-bought mounts are purely cosmetic and do not have any advantage over mounts purchased with gold. All mounts start with the same stats regardless of choice.

Each upgrade level costs 250 GoldIcon. Which amounts to 45,000 GoldIcon spent on feedings and at minimum 3,600 hours spent for a fully upgraded mount.

A mount's three stats determine the following:

  • Speed - Affects the mount's top speed and acceleration. The maximum level of speed you can have is 60% above normal levels. Once a player invests a certain amount into Speed, the mount will obtain a cosmetic upgrade of leather straps tied around its back.
  • Stamina - Affects the amount of Stamina a mount has and how much damage it can withstand before the player falls off. Stamina does not affect how long the horse can sprint but sprinting will drain its stamina which will mean an increased risk of being knocked off if attacked by an enemy - Stamina is essentially a mount's "health". The maximum level of stamina you can have is 600% above normal levels. Once a player invests a certain amount into Stamina, the mount will obtain a cosmetic upgrade of steel armor.
  • Bag Space - Affects your total carrying capacity, and counts as an extension of the player's inventory. The maximum level of capacity you can have is 60 slots. Once a player invests a certain amount into Bag Space, the mount will obtain a saddlebag upgrade on its sides.

AcquisitionEdit

Mounts may be bought at any level for various prices from stablemasters in major cities throughout Tamriel and in the Crown Store. The cheapest gold-bought mount costs 10,000 GoldIcon, and the cheapest Crown-bought mount is 900 Crowns Icon. There are no level restrictions on purchasing a mount meaning that players may ride one at any level. Players may have multiple mounts, although they can only have one with them at a time. You can change your primary mount at any time in the Collections menu. The appearance of a mount is determined by both the type of mount (bear, camel, horse, guar, senche, or wolf) and the level of the player's three riding skills.[2]

MountsEdit

The following are mounts that appear in The Elder Scrolls Online:

BearsEdit

Mount Name Type Notes Price
Black Bear MountBlack Bear Nightpaw Bear Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from February 18-22, 2016. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Cave Bear Mount Cave Bear Mount OR Theodore Bear Available on the Crown Store. 1,800 Crowns Icon
Snow Bear MountSnow Bear Mount Coldwind Bear Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from December 10-14, 2015. 2,500 Crowns Icon

CamelsEdit

Mount Name Type Notes Price
Black Camel of Ill Omen Black Camel of Ill Omen Unlucky Camel Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from May 12-16, 2016. 1,800 Crowns Icon
Hammerfell Camel Hammerfell Camel TG Bumbiter Camel Available on the Crown Store. 1,800 Crowns Icon

GuarEdit

Mount Name Type Notes Price
Banded Guar Charger Banded Guar Charger Redeye Guar Available on the Crown Store. 1,300 Crowns Icon
Golden Eye Guar ESO Golden Eye Guar Shreddie Guar Available on the Crown Store 1,300 Crowns Icon
Green Narsis Guar Green Narsis Guar Narsty Guar Included with the limited-time Black Fredas Special bundle formerlly available on the Crown Store. 1,900 Crowns Icon
Pale Velothi Guar Pale Velothi Guar Patches Guar Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from April 21-25, 2016. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Tessellated Guar Tessellated Guar Patches Guar Available on the Crown Store. 1,300 Crowns Icon

HorsesEdit

Mount Name Type Notes Price
Light Horse Online Bay Dun Horse Starlight Horse Formerly known as Light Horse prior to Update 6. 42,700 GoldIcon
Draft Horse Online Brown Paint Horse Chomps Horse Formerly known as Draft Horse prior to Update 6. 42,700 GoldIcon
[?] Dapple Gray Palfrey Stormcloud Horse Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from March 17, 2015 - May 26, 2015. 900 Crowns Icon
The Frost Mare Frost Mare None Horse Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from July 2-7, 2015. 3,000 Crowns Icon
Gaited Horse Online Midnight Steed Rambler Horse Formerly known as Gaited Horse prior to Update 6. 42,700 GoldIcon
[?] Gray Yokudan Charger Shadow Horse Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from March 17 2015 - May 26, 2015. 900 Crowns Icon
Imperial Horse Online Imperial Horse Diamond Horse Only available with purchase of the Imperial Edition. Free
Mind-Shriven Horse Mind Shriven Horse Voidwatcher Horse Formerly available on the Crown Store. 2,200 Crowns Icon
Nightmare Courser Nightmare Courser Darkness Horse Available on the Crown Store. Has a unique fiery appearance. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Palomino Horse Online Palomino Horse Fishystick Horse Formerly available on the Crown Store. Will be reissued as part of the The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition on September 9, 2016 [3] 900 Crowns Icon
Piebald Destrier Piebald Destrier Ornery Horse Available on the Crown Store. 900 Crowns Icon
Common Horse Online Sorrel Horse Sweetroll Horse Lowest tier horse. Formerly known as Common Horse prior to Update 6. 10,000 GoldIcon
White Mane Horse White Mane Horse Snowmane Horse Available on the Crown Store. 900 Crowns Icon
Zombie Horse Zombie Horse Witherwhinny Horse Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from October 22 - November 2, 2015. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from October 27 - November 1, 2016. 1,200 Crowns Icon

SencheEdit

Mount Name Type Notes Price
Black Senche-Panther Black Senche-Panther Kismet Senche Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from May 21-26, 2015. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Clouded Senche-Leopard Clouded Senche-Leopard Calico Senche Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from August 13-17, 2015. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Dro-m'Athra Senche Dro-m'Athra Senche Soul-Eater Senche Available on the Crown Store for a limited time from May 26-30, 2016. 4,000 Crowns Icon
Pride-King Lion Pride-King Lion [?] Senche Available on the Crown Store. 1,800 Crowns Icon
Senche-Leopard Senche-Leopard Spangle Senche Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from April 16-20, 2015. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Senche Lioness Senche-Lioness Leola Senche Formerly available on the Crown Store. 1,800 Crowns Icon
Striped Senche-Panther Striped Senche Ratter-do Senche Before Tamriel Unlimited, this mount was a loyalty reward given to players who had been subscribed to the game since its launch. With Tamriel Unlimited, game subscription fees were eliminated and thus all loyalty rewards are no longer obtainable. Free

WolvesEdit

Mount Name Type Notes Price
Doom Wolf Mount Doom Wolf Nightfur Wolf Limited-time offer on the Crown Store from July 21-25, 2016. 2,500 Crowns Icon
Highland Wolf Mount Highland Wolf Rislav the Righteous Wolf Available on the Crown Store. 1,800 Crowns Icon

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • All mounts come with a default given name but can be renamed at any time by going into the Collections menu, right-clicking on the mount's icon, then selecting Rename from the menu.
  • Players who acquired mounts though limited-time offers or loyalty rewards while they were available may still use it.
  • The cosmetic upgrades of the mounts stack with each other. Meaning that a fully-upgraded mount can have all three upgrades (saddlebags, steel armor and leather straps) displayed on it at a time. These upgrades can be turned on and off at will, in the game's Gameplay options.

BugsEdit

This section contains bugs related to Mount (Online). Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:

  1. Please reload an old save to confirm if the bug is still happening.
  2. If the bug is still occurring, please post the bug report with the appropriate system template  360  / XB1  ,  PS3  / PS4  ,  PC  / MAC  , depending on which platform(s) the bug has been encountered on.
  3. Be descriptive when listing the bug and fixes, but avoid having conversations in the description and/or using first-person-anecdotes: such discussions belong on the appropriate forum board.
  •  PC   PS4   Players may occasionally be seen in a running animation on top of their mount while their mount is moving. This bug is purely visionary, and is temporarily stopped every time one stops travelling, as they will resume their normal sitting animation.
  •  PC   In cases of lag, summoning a mount may be delayed. This bug is visionary only on the player's side and not to others, and may result in the appearance of running very fast if it goes on too long. Eventually, the mount usually does appear, even after the sound effects and increased speeds are put in effect.

AppearancesEdit

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