The Dwarven Crate is the 3rd crate season, and it was available during Q3 2017. The items included are clearly inspired by the Dwemer, and their aesthetics that have been a core part of The Elder Scrolls franchise for so many years!

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Radiant Apex Rewards

Radiant Apex rewards weren’t still introduced in ESO with the Dwarven crate, but these items behaved the same – you couldn’t buy them with crown gems of the crown store, only win them through the crates.

Adamant Dwarven Horse “Silverhoof” (Mount)

Though Dwemer constructs are made mostly of so-called Dwarven Metal, some rare animunculi have parts forged from a super-hard whitish alloy known to blacksmiths as Dwarven Adamant. It’s one of the rarest materials on Nirn.

Ebon Dwarven Senche “Chrome Cat” (Mount)

Certain rare Dwarven Senche Vamidiums are constructed with key mechanical components forged, not of the usual Dwarven Metal, but of Ebony and Ebony-steel alloys.

Vitrine Dwarven Wolf “Gruffgears” (Mount)

Of all known Dwarven mounts, or vamidiums, one of the rarest is the Wolf animunculus with critical components made, not of Dwarven Metal, but of some sort of Dwemeri Glass.

Resplendent Sweetroll

Resplendent Sweetroll, Apex Consumable, Scalecaller Crown Crate (image by Zenimax Online)
Resplendent Sweetroll, Apex Consumable, Scalecaller Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)

This is a small house item. This item can be converted to a large number of Crown Gems.

Apex Rewards

Dwarven Bear “Btham Ahrk” (Mount)

Dwarven Bear, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)
Dwarven Bear, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)

Scholar of the Dwemer Guylaine Marilie theorized that bear vamidiums were animunculi mounts reserved only for those Deep Elves of high rank or status. “Imagine a noble in full armor on a Dwarven Bear Mount,” he wrote. “What could be more impressive?”

Dwarven Camel “Mzan Nchark” (Mount)

Dwarven Camel, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)
Dwarven Camel, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)

Dwarven Camels are most often found among the ruins of the desert-dwelling Rourken clan of the Dwemer, who left northeast Tamriel and traveled west to found cities in the remote back-country of Hammerfell.

Dwarven Guar “Thuanchuth” (Mount)

Dwarven Guar, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)
Dwarven Guar, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)

Guar vamidiums, or Dwarven Guar Mounts, are most often associated with Dwemer sites in Morrowind—as might be expected, since that’s where guar are most in use as pack and riding animals.

Dwarven Horse “Duabthar” (Mount)

Dwarven Horse, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)
Dwarven Horse, Apex Mount, Dwarven Crown Crate (image by @serpentaa)

The ancient Deep Elves made animunculi of many kinds, imitating nature with mechanical constructs. The Dwarven word for mount was “vamidium,” but their equine automata are more commonly known as Dwarven Horses.

Dwarven Senche “Mzan Thunch” (Mount)

Since nearly all Dwemer sites are in northeast Tamriel, where the only large feline is the sabre cat, scholars of Dwarven civilization have long wondered why they chose to make animunculi mounts that resemble the senche-tigers of the south. It’s a mystery!

Dwarven Wolf “Btharumz” (Mount)

Dwarven Wolves, or Lupine Vamidiums, are most often seen in proximity to Dwemer ruins of northern and western Skyrim, where wolves are most common in the wild. Its loping gait is said to give the most comfortable ride of any mechanical mount.

Legendary Rewards

Crown Crafting Motif 38: Draugr Style

Use to learn the Draugr crafting style. Also teaches the equivalent Draugr Outfit Styles.

Crown Crafting Motif 39: Minotaur Style

Use to learn the Minotaur crafting style. Also teaches the equivalent Minotaur Outfit Styles.

Crown Crafting Motif 40: Order Hour Style

Use to learn the Order of the Hour crafting style. Also teaches the equivalent Order Hour Outfit Styles.

Dro-m’Athra Senche “Soul-Eater” (Mount)

The Senche-shaped dro-m’Athra are known to the Twilight Cantors as the sar-m’Athra, but everyone else just calls these eerie and uncanny mounts the Dro-m’Athra Senche.

Gorne Striped Wolf “Loper” (Mount)

The Isle of Gorne off the east coast of Morrowind is home to many strange creatures found nowhere else in Tamriel. One of these is the giant Striped Wolf, packs of which terrorized the island’s settlers till they were suppressed in the Troubled House Hunt.

Pale Velothi Guar “Ash” (Mount)

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.

Clockwork Shalk “CogRoach” (Non-Combat Pet)

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?

Copperback Bear-Dog “Winker” (Non-Combat Pet)

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

Dro-m’Athra Senche Cub “Woe Kitty” (Non-Combat Pet)

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!

Mossy Netch Calf “Emerald” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Breton Hero Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume pays tribute to a legendary Breton hero of the Daggerfall Covenant. Now you can honor this nameless rogue by adopting his intimidating outfit.

Elven Hero Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume pays tribute to a legendary High Elven hero of the Aldmeri Dominion. Now you can honor this nameless Altmer by adopting her epic appearance.

Nord Hero Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume pays tribute to a legendary Nord hero of the Ebonheart Pact. Now you can honor this nameless warrior by adopting his savage appearance.

Blossom Burst Bonnet (Appearance > Hats)

Who says a flower garden can’t look aggressive? Your enemies will be abashed and taken aback when you bound into battle in your Blossom Burst Bonnet!

Dwarven Master Miter (Appearance > Hats)

This is a replica of the headgear scholars of the Dwarves believe was worn by the “Tuathumz” or “central pylon” of their Thought Calling system. The three finials are either broadcast-foci, or convenient tabs for wall hanging.

Dwarven Spiked Miter (Appearance > Hats)

Though the spikes on this so-called “miter” look aggressive, scholars of the long-lost Dwemer believe they actually functioned as “etheric antenna,” helping to pull in long-distance “Thought Calls.”

Dwemeri Tonal Attenuator (Appearance > Hats)

Dwarven tonal architects were careful to wear deflective headgear to protect their ears and thought-organs against harmonic feedback fluctuations. “The Tonal Attenuator is clear evidence that the Dwemer lacked all concept of glamor” —Guylaine Marilie

Nchuleft Tonal Visor (Appearance > Major Adornments)

This omnigatherum based on designs discovered in the Dwarven ruin of Nchuleft combines the Brow Shields and the Goggle Horn into one mighty upper-face visor that’ll have you saying, “Thuabtharng btham!”

Dwemervamidium Mirage (Memento)

This enables its possessor to temporarily assume the appearance of wearing a suit of Dwemervamidium, or steam-assisted semi-mechanized heavy Dwarven armor. Its genuinely awe-inspiring, albeit only briefly.

Statue of Masked Clavicus Vile with Barbas (Furniture > Courtyard > Statues)

This is a large house item.

Clavicus Vile Banner (Furniture > Parlor > Banners)

This is a standard house item.

Clavicus Vile Tapestry (Furniture > Parlor > Tapestries)

This is a large house item.

Grand Gold Coast Experience Scroll (Consumable)

Grand Gold Coast Experience Scroll, Crown Consumable (image by UESP.net)
Grand Gold Coast Experience Scroll, Crown Consumable (image by UESP.net)

You gain a 150% Experience Point bonus from all sources for 1 hour. The timer pauses when you are offline, and resumes when you return.

Created by a Priestess of Meridia, for whom time is relative.

Epic Rewards

Green Narsis Guar “Narsty” (Mount)

The robust Green Narsis is the standard mount and dray-beast of central Morrowind.

Blue-Cap Shroom Shalk “SporeBug” (Non-Combat Pet)

For the Dark Elves, the Shroom Shalk is a companion animal that brings calm and serenity 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.

Deep-Moss Ash Hopper “Wub Bug) (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Fennec Fox “Li’l Vixen” (Non-Combat Pet)

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

Molag Amur Cliff Strider “LeatherWing” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Ninendava Sacred Goat “Hircine” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Tuxedo Vvardvark “Stibbons” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Blooming Bouquet Hat (Appearance > Hats)

Be the personification of spring itself in the vibrant Blooming Bouquet Hat, bringing colorful cheer wherever you go!

Dwarven Crested Hood (Appearance > Hats)

This is a re-creation of the Crested Hood worn by the light infantry of Dumac’s Own Royal Skirmishers at the Battle of Red Mountain.

Dwarven Visor Miter (Appearance > Hats)

Use of the term “Miter” for this Dwemer headgear is a misnomer, as the Dwarves were a secular race without a priesthood. The originals of these Visors are believed to have magically amplified thought projection, or “Calling.”

Deep Elf Goggle-Horn (Appearance > Major Adornments)

Scholars of the vanished Dwarven race theorize that this device augmented Dwemeri vision by adding an elevated “third eye” that added time-perspective to depth perception. We just like the way it looks!

Dwarf-Style Sun Goggles (Appearance > Major Adornments)

When your entire civilization lives in subterranean cities, you devise high-quality goggles to protect your eyes from the blinding sun of the surface world! Dress to impress with these stylish bronze shades inspired by the long-lost Dwarves of the deeps.

Magenta Rainbow Hair (Appearance > Hair Styles)

Show your pride in your hair, mane, or bristles with this shimmering rainbow that veers into the ultraviolet.

White River Braids (Appearance > Hair Styles)

Extravagant White River braids—they’re not just for Nords anymore! Long pale tails, first popularized by the Priestesses of Kyne, now available in every salon.

Anvil Sunset Eyeshadow (Appearance > Facial Hair)

Gaze at them with eyes like a fiery sunset over the Abecean Sea with this striking eyeshadow adornment.

Tangerine Spike Eyeshadow (Appearance > Facial Hair)

When you’re weird as Falinesti and want people to know it, here’s the eye adornment to put that idea across. Go grotesque!

White-Gold Eyeshadow (Appearance > Facial Hair)

This mystic eye-shading is a favorite of members of the Mages Guild, as it makes their eyes resemble the guild’s famous magic-eye symbol. Enchanting!

Dwarven Tonal Forks (Memento)

There’s something strangely soothing about the subtle vibration and crackling sparks emitted by these Dwarven Tonal Forks. So very soothing. In fact, you’d like to see them, feel them again. Right away. And for a long time.

Major Crown Crate Experience Scroll (Consumable)

You gain a 100% Experience Point bonus from all sources for 1 hour. The timer pauses when you are offline, and resumes when you return.

Created by a Priestess of Meridia, for whom time is relative.

Superior Rewards

Bal Foyen Nix-Hound “Skeeter” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Ashlander Kagesh Tribe Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume represents the armor of the nomadic Ashlanders of the Kagesh tribe.

Ashlander Mabrigash Hunt Clothes (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume represents the hunting clothes of the nomadic Ashlanders of the Mabrigash tribe.

Ashlander Mabrigash Travel Wear (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume represents the travel attire of the nomadic Ashlanders of the Mabrigash tribe.

Classic Ordinator Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

The classic dark-gold armor worn by Ordinators of the Tribunal while keeping the peace and combating heresy in Mournhold and its surrounding regions.

Hand of Almalexia Uniform (Appearance > Costumes)

The elite Ordinators who guard Mother Morrowind are the Hands of Almalexia, who wear distinctive armor of white and blue.

Nedic Duraki Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume replicates the armor of the warriors who followed the ancient Nedic king Durac.

Nedic Keptu Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume replicates the simple but sturdy armor worn by the warriors of the ancient Keptu tribe of Nedes.

Nedic Perena Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

This costume replicates the full-helmed armor worn by the warriors of the ancient Perena tribe of Nedes.

Ordinator Night-Raid Armor (Appearance > Costumes)

When rounding up criminal scum or raiding hives of heresy in the dark of night, the Temple’s Ordinators don this night-dark armor.

Crimson Garden Flower Hat (Appearance > Hats)

Everyone will know you have something to celebrate when you’re bedecked with a wreath of crimson Narsis Peonies—so vibrant, so vivid!

Sadrith Mora Quilted Snood (Appearance > Hats)

Once a person reaches a certain station in life, they wish to dress so as to reflect that honor and dignity, if only out of self-respect. The Sadrith Mora Quilted Snood sends the message that you are a person of consequence in the community.

Dwarf-Style Brow Shields (Appearance > Major Adornments)

These high-concept Dwarven adornments are like pauldrons—for your face! If anyone asks you what they’re for, just waggle your brows, smile, and say, “Bthun nchuan.”

Dwemeri Monocular Contrivance (Appearance > Major Adornments)

It’s said that the original ancient device this was based upon enabled the Dwarves to see the tonal composition of reality. Fake out your friends by telling them that this replica enables you to see through their clothes!

Dwarven Puzzle Orb (Memento)

Warning: for thousands of years, everyone who has ever fiddled with these ancient Dwarven Puzzle Orbs has died. It’s true that sometimes they seem to have died peacefully at an advanced age, but still.

Read the official Dwarven Crown Crate announcement from Zenimax Online

Fine Rewards

Instant All Research (Consumable)

Reduces each in progress Blacksmithing, Clothing, and Woodworking Research Timer by 1 days. If a Research Timer has less than 1 days remaining, it will be completed.

This item has no cooldown.

Crown Lesson: Riding Capacity

Expands your character’s inventory by 1 slot per lesson. Riding Capacity allows you to carry more items and takes effect on your character regardless of the mount you have set active.

Crown Lesson: Riding Speed

Increases your character’s riding speed by 1 per lesson. Riding Speed allows you to move faster while mounted and takes effect on your character regardless of the mount you have set active.

Crown Lesson: Riding Stamina

Increases your riding stamina by 1 per lesson. Riding Stamina helps prevent being dismounted, allows your mount to sprint longer, and takes effect on your character regardless of the mount set active.

Crown Repair Kit

When used, this repair kit restores all your damaged equipment to its original condition.

Crown Soul Gem

These soul gems can be used to revive players of any level, and to fully charge weapons of any level.

Gold Coast Experience Scroll

Created by a Priestess of Meridia, for whom time is relative.

You gain a 50% Experience Point bonus from all sources for 1 hour. The timer pauses when you are offline, and resumes when you return.

Crown Combat Mystic’s Stew

Use of this food increases maximum Health and Magicka.

Increase Max Magicka by 4.575 and Max Health by 5.054 for 1 hour. These effects are scaled based on your level.

Crown Stout Magic Liquer

Use of this food increases the regeneration rate of Health and Magicka.

Increase Magicka Recovery by 425 and Health Recovery by 468 for 1 hour. These effects are scaled based on your level.

Crown Vigorous Ragout

Use of this food increases maximum Health and Stamina.

Increase Max Stamina by 4.575 and Max Health by 5.054 for 1 hour. These effects are scaled based on your level.

Crown Vigorous Tincture

Use of this food increases the regeneration rate of Health and Stamina.

Increase Stamina Recovery by 425 and Health Recovery by 468 for 1 hour. These effects are scaled based on your level.

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