Netch are large and peaceful creatures that resemble airborne jellyfish with the size and disposition of cattle, floating through the air supported by internal sacks of magical gasses. The females are called Betty Netch which are smaller than the males of the species and can be more easily provoked into aggression, especially in herds where the female-male ratio is kept lower than in the wild for faster breeding. The males are called Bull Netch being bigger than the female, with some able to shoot poison. These creatures are usually peaceful but can be defensive of their territory during their breeding season. The wild families are often found in groups of three to six: one bull, one to two betties, and one to three calves.
Netch are often domesticated on the Morrowind mainland, as their hide makes a good quality leather. Some wild families have been seen in Solstheim decades ago, perhaps drawn by the familiar flora that has grown up in the southern ashlands.
- Variations: Betty Netch, Bull Netch, Netch Calf
A medium-sized predator which has been known to hunt in packs.
 Nordic Barnacle
A species of barnacles found in the waters of Skyrim.
The Numidium or Anumidum, also known as the Brass God or the Brass Tower, was a gigantic golem of Dwemer origin. Constructed by Tonal Architect Lord Kagrenac, Numidium was directly related to the disappearance of the Dwemer, and since then has been resurrected several times. Reactivating the Numidium required a replacement heart, for which the Mantella was used, a soul gem that mimicked the properties of Lorkhan's Heart when filled with the soul of a Shezarrine. The golem was controlled by a Totem that can only be wielded by those of royal blood or great power.
A beautiful creature, but not without its danger. Nymphs require silver or better weapons to be harmed, have some inherent magical abilities, and drain their opponents fatigue in addition to health. Nymphs have their own melodious tongue, which sounds similar to Ayleidoon and faerie but shares none of the vocabulary.