Horse (creature)

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Horse
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Relative Level ?
Skill Cap ? to ?
Skinnable Yes
Has Coins No
Has Gems No
Has Boxes No
Evil No
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Backstabbable Ambush only
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks Unknown
Special Defenses Unknown
Located:
Skinning Details
Skin Name horse hide
Skin Weight 10
Bone Name horse bones
Bone Weight Unknown
Ranks Required Unknown
Max Value Unknown
Max Arranged Unknown
 
Manipulation
Manipulatable Unknown
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown



Description

In Depth

Hunting Info

Horses are usually only encountered in the wild by rangers attempting to capture one of a herd. In the process of breaking the herd, the horse may attack the ranger. Additionally, player-owned horses are covered by this entry, being killable through a bug and skinnable once slain.

Cutting the Herd

Finding and hunting horses can be a chore. A member of any guild may separate one from the herd, but know that only Rangers can catch horses.

In the steppes around Horse Clan, you will find herds of wild horses. To encounter a lone horse, you must cut the herd. First, hide, then STALK HERD about 3 or 4 times until you are "dangerously close" Then you can CUT HERD which will isolate a horse from the herd. Occasionally the herd will move rooms as you are stalking it, and you will need to follow it and start the stalking process all over again.

Once cut from the herd, a Ranger of at least 60th circle may attempt to catch the horse, but anyone can kill it. If left to their own devices, lone horses are usually promptly devoured by golden pards.

Social Repercussions

While historically, horse tanning would have been commonplace, horse-hide goods are often frowned upon (anachronistically) by players in Dragonrealms.

Killing a player-owned horse is currently a bug and is therefore against policy.