The Xanmeer Crown Crate is the 9th crate season, lasting from December 6, 2018 until March 28, 2019. There’s a heavy Murkmire / Argonian / Lizard theme to it, making for some amazing mounts, and unique cosmetics for your character.


You can check & contribute to the crate’s drop rates, which are low as always, and probably won’t award you that Radiant Apex mount! I really wonder when they will make these buyable with crown gems, since it may cost you more than 1,000$ to drop one otherwise 😑

Table of Contents

Radiant Apex Rewards

Scorching Horse-Lizard “Firebrand” (Mount)

Scorching Horse-Lizard "Firebrand" (Mount), Xanmeer Crown Crate, The Elder Scrolls Online
Scorching Horse-Lizard “Firebrand” (Mount), Xanmeer Crown Crate, The Elder Scrolls Online

“It is hard to start a campfire in the damps of the deep marsh, yes? Not when you have a Scorching Horse-Lizard! With one of these as your mount, you will never again have to eat cold eel stew!” —Ukaspa, Stablemaster of Lilmoth

Venomous Wolf-Lizard “Nightlight” (Mount)

Venomous Wolf-Lizard "Nightlight" (Mount), Xanmeer Crown Crate, The Elder Scrolls Online
Venomous Wolf-Lizard “Nightlight” (Mount), Xanmeer Crown Crate, The Elder Scrolls Online

“Nothing says ‘Back off!’ like riding into town on a mount so seething with poison that it glows in the dark. When one comes from a place as bizarre as Black Marsh, one really has to go over the top to be impressive.” —Ukaspa of Lilmoth

Chilling Senche-Lizard “Frost-on-Scales” (Mount)

Chilling Senche-Lizard "Frost-on-Scales" (Mount), Xanmeer Crown Crate, The Elder Scrolls Online
Chilling Senche-Lizard “Frost-on-Scales” (Mount), Xanmeer Crown Crate, The Elder Scrolls Online

“This Chilling Senche-Lizard is quite rare; it comes from very deep in the swamp, from a tribe said to be dedicated to Frost spells as a means of living longer by living slower. Their Hist tree even drips with icicles (whatever they are)!” —Ukaspa

Apex Rewards

Wolf-Lizard Steed “Scaly-Wolf” (Mount)

“Almost every stablemaster of the Marsh has fine, scaly lizard mounts available for purchase in various forms, all familiar to dryskins but specifically adapted to deep swamp conditions. So convenient, our lizard-steeds, so scaly and personable!” —Ukaspa


Senche-Lizard Steed “Kitty Lizard” (Mount)

“More than once I have been asked, ‘Ukaspa, why are your lizard-steeds shaped like mounts from other parts of Tamriel? Why aren’t your so-very-handsome mounts shaped like, well, lizards?’ These are good questions!” —Ukaspa of Lilmoth

Guar-Lizard Steed “Jaunty” (Mount)

“Some dryskins ask, ‘Since a Guar is already a swamp reptile mount, why create Lizard-Steeds shaped like Guar? Isn’t that somewhat redundant?’ These dryskins are unusually perceptive!” —Ukaspa of Lilmoth

Camel-Lizard Steed “Moss-Spitter” (Mount)

“Maybe the Camel-Lizard was created so we heroic Argonian adventurers could travel in arid climes like Anequina—or maybe it was so heroic Khajiiti adventurers could have something to ride in Black Marsh. I don’t know, I just want one.” —Heem-Jas

Bear-Lizard Steed “Roly-Scaly” (Mount)


“So, it’s a Bear. Only it’s a Lizard. And you can ride it? Shor’s bones! That’s all I need to know. I’ll take it!” —Celebrated Nord Envoy Rigurt the Brash

Horse-Lizard Steed “Lizardhoof” (Mount)

“Sometimes Argonians want to travel a long way for a long time, and how do people do that? On mounts! And so useful lizards become Lizard Steeds of proven shapes, and then Argonians can ride, tall in the saddle and proud!” —Ukaspa of Lilmoth

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.

Legendary Rewards

Voriplasm Sword (Weapon Styles > One-Handed)

An Outfit look for one-handed weapons in the Voriplasm style.

Voriplasm Battle Axe (Weapon Styles > Two-Handed)


An Outfit look for two-handed weapons in the Voriplasm style.

Voriplasm Bow (Weapon Styles > Bow)

An Outfit look for bows in the Voriplasm style.

Voriplasm Staff (Weapon Styles > Staff)

An Outfit look for staves in the Voriplasm style.

Hist Guar “Apricot” (Mount)

In Black Marsh this mount is called Scales-Seem-Daubed-with-Hist-Sap, but the rest of Tamriel just calls it the Hist Guar. It is the only subspecies of guar known to enjoy music.


Nightfall Sabre Cat “Chiaroscuro” (Mount)

The Reachmen of the upper Karth valley, who train them as mounts, swear that the Nightfall variant is sacred to the Daedric Prince Nocturnal. Riding Skill does not affect this mount’s appearance.

Nightfall Sabre Car Cub “Duskitty” (Non-Combat Pet)

“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

Lustrous Nix-Ox Fabricant Steed “Splendiferous” (Mount)

Before Saints Llothis and Olms had to be confined in the Asylum Sanctorium, they used to ride through the Brass Fortress on holy days on these bizarre Fabricant mounts. But the parades are long gone, and the synthetic steeds have been repurposed.

Firepet Spider “Rotisserie” (Non-Combat Pet)


In the Clockwork City, mechanical Firepot Spiders can be programmed to follow chefs around like little walking barbecues. Someone has devised a secret method for exporting them from Sotha Sil’s hidden world—but how? Better get one while you still can.

Bright-Throat Scale (Appearance > Skins)

“Kaoc! That luridly patterned Scale Skin style worn by the Bright-Throats is far too gaudy. Could a serious person appear in public like that? I think not.” —Jaxsik-Orrn of the Dead-Water Tribe

Dead-Water Scale (Appearance > Skins)

“Not to be overly critical, but in my opinion the shadowy Scale Skin of the Dead-Waters is entirely too austere. Though it is, I admit, simple and elegant.” —Xukas

Vossa-satl (Memento)

This memento enables one to play the bizarre Argonian vossa-satl, or Frog-Pipes. Party in the swamp!


Gas Blossom (Furniture > Services > Traps)

This exotic plant sprays gas when approached, dealing Poison Damage to targets in the area.

Lantern Mantis (Furniture > Services > Traps)

This exotic plant periodically strikes out when approached, dealing Physical Damage to targets in a cone.

Static Pitcher (Furniture > Services > Traps)

This exotic plant emits electricity when approached, dealing Shock Damage and draining Magicka and Stamina from targets in the area.

Instant All Research, Major (Consumable)

Instant All Research, Major, Crown Consumable (image by UESP.net)
Instant All Research, Major, Crown Consumable (image by UESP.net)

Reduces each in progress Blacksmithing, Clothing, and Woodworking Research Timer by 7 days. If a Research Timer has less than 7 days remaining, it will be completed.

This item has no cooldown.

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

Sep Adder “Scaly Death” (Non-Combat Pet)

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!

Marshlord Formal Bugshell Robes (Appearance > Costumes)

For the Saxhleel who dares to scintillate, the reclusive Jaxa the Hermit presents this season’s must-have formal-wear, the multi-layered Marshlord robe set, sewn with the shiny shells of thousands of tiny swamp insects!

Lizardly Four-Fabric Skirt Set (Appearance > Costumes)

“The Hermit presents the latest in silky swamp chic,” says Jaxa-Kel, “combining flax, feathers, alit-scales, and spun dank-cotton in contrasting layers of chevrons and lightning. So lizardly!”

Xanmeer Doyen’s Worship Robe (Appearance > Costumes)

“Corset of kagouti-leather, full skirt of dank-cotton, beaded-shell vambraces and bird-skull pauldrons: everything a Xanmeer Doyen needs when welcoming worshipers into the Arboreal Reverie. The Hermit’s outdone itself this time,” says Jaxa-Kel.

Xanmeer Doyen’s Feather Tiara (Appearance > Hats)

This gorgeous tiara is replicated from the intricate regalia of the Xanmeer Priesthoods. Wow the crowd and stand out with this beautiful plumage waving above your brow.


Dead-Water Blood Face Tattoos (Appearance > Head Markings)

When the fierce Dead-Water tribe goes to a formal declaration of conflict, the warriors daub themselves with red dye that resembles smears of blood.

Dead-Water Blood Body Tattoos (Appearance > Body Markings)

When the fierce Dead-Water tribe goes to a formal declaration of conflict, the warriors daub themselves with red dye that resembles smears of blood.

Daemon Chicken (Non-Combat Pet)

Is this just a dark fowl, mere poultry of sinister visage—or does it hail from realms beyond Nirn, mayhap from the Deadlands of Mehrunes Dagon or the Ashpit of Malacath? Dare you ask yourself the dread question: Which came first?

Riverwood White Hen (Non-Combat Pet)

A hardy domestic chicken found all along Skyrim’s White River, said to have been originally bred in the old town of Riverwood. Owners grow extremely attached to them, and become outraged if they’re harmed.

Kaleidotropic Dragon Frog (Non-Combat Pet)

This little critter’s bright, beautiful colors are actually a warning to predators that it’s a potent mouthful of poison. Fortunately for Tamriel’s humanoid mortals, its venom affects them as no more than a mild hallucinogen.


Butterscotch Dragon Frog (Non-Combat Pet)

“The Butterscotch Dragon Frog presumably got its name from the Argonian practice of naming creatures after flavors, whether those things taste like that or not. This one has no intention of finding out whether it does.” —M’aiq the Liar

Instant All Research (Consumable)

Instant All Research, Crown Consumable (image by UESP.net)
Instant All Research, Crown Consumable (image by UESP.net)

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.

Major Gold Coast Experience Scroll (Consumable)

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

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

Craglorn Welwa “Ears gro-Loth’Na” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.

Amber Ash Hopper “Ald’skippy” (Non-Combat Pet)

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.


Bitter Coast Cliff Strider “Shrieky” (Non-Combat Pet)

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!”

Bright-Throat Chalk Face Tattoo (Appearance > Head Markings)

Cheerful face daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in sharp white chalk dye.

Bright-Throat Chalk Body Tattoo (Appearance > Body Markings)

Cheerful body daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in sharp white chalk dye.

Bright-Throat Woad Face Tattoo (Appearance > Head Markings)

Cheerful face daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in colorful blue woad dye.

Bright-Throat Woad Body Tattoo (Appearance > Body Markings)

Cheerful body daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in colorful blue woad dye.


Bright-Throat Algae Face Tattoo (Appearance > Head Markings)

Cheerful face daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in colorful green algae dye.

Bright-Throat Algae Body Tattoo (Appearance > Body Markings)

Cheerful body daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in colorful green algae dye.

Bright-Throat Yolk Face Tattoo (Appearance > Head Markings)

Cheerful face daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in colorful hackwing egg-yolk dye.

Bright-Throat Yolk Body Tattoo (Appearance > Body Markings)

Cheerful body daubings in the Bright-Throat style, in colorful hackwing egg-yolk dye.

Dead-Water Tooth-and-Tusk Tiara (Appearance > Hats)

The Dead-Water Tribe of Naga Argonians are a spiky lot to begin with, and when they want to look tough, they just pile on more spikes. This trick works for just about anyone, really.

Bonding-Rite Headdress (Appearance > Hats)


For the Argonian tribes that follow the custom, the Bonding Rite is a significant ceremony that requires an appropriately gaudy headdress to mark its importance.

Mire Drum (Memento)

Of the many instruments used by the Argonians of Murkmire, the drum is the simplest and most common.

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